I am looking at agile plus. Debating to buy unity capsule or the steelcraft baby capsule that's specifically for agile plus, strider compact etc. They said unity might be on the heavy side?
Yes, by now it was getting pretty heavy but my little monster is already 10kg so that doesn't help;-) I didn't find it too bothersome in the weight department but I wanted it specifically because for the bigger age range so I accepted that it would be a little heavier
My friend just pointed out the CREP rating. Unity is rated pretty low. Are you ladies concern about it at all? Some capsules aren't even tested and rated.
I'm sorry but you sound really patronising and I'm sure you don't mean it.
As a parent everything you do comes under scrutiny, and you will sadly be judged by other parents. From the way you birth to the way you feed your baby to the way you wean them.
I'm going to stick to my recommendation about the unity. It's the only capsule that goes to. 12mths/12 kg. It's the best capsule for my family. We did do our research when we bought it years ago. Obviously we were happy with it and still are.
wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.
@bbhope You don't sound patronising at all Luv IMO. You've asked a legitimate
question. If others want to get defensive because they perceive that you're judging their choices, then that's their problem ok??
Have a look at the "Product Safety Australia" website, "Kidsafe" and "Choice" websites. "Choice" has reviewed and rated prams/capsules etc on theirs. When you're a first time Mum (especially if you've not had a lot to do with kids/babies) it can be difficult to know what's right and what's wrong in just about every area.
You want the best for your bub like we all do. Unfortunately, the PP is correct in saying judgement will occur at every turn for almost everything you do..including asking legitimate questions!!!
You just do the best you can with what you know and don't worry what anyone else thinks/does ok Luv?? Find your own path and your own way is my advice
As far as CREP goes I don't really look at it. The best seat for you is the one that fits best in your car. Add this to the fact that they don't test all of them and that there testing seems odd and I'm happy to go with any seat that passes our standards - they gave a folding booster that you only need to unfold and sit on the seat 2 stars for ease of use!
My apology if I sounded patronising. I was just wondering how accurate these ratings are. If it is a legitimate source of finding out info. The fact that they didn't test all capsules and seats is weird to me. I am just seeking recommendation.
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