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    Default Height markers in maxi rider ahr

    Anyone have a maxi rider ahr with the height markers and can do some measurements for me?

    I have a maxi rider but although its still within its 10yr manufacture it was before they had the height markers.

    Hoping someone can help me out and letcme know the heights of the markers from where they sit on the seat

    Trying to work out whether to swap seats for DS

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    The maxi rider ahr is about 40cm to turn to booster. Maxi rider easy adjust is 45 and there is now the maxiguard which harnesses to the top of the seat (51cm).

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    I think before they had height markers it was 18kg Max

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    The maxi rider ahr is about 40cm to turn to booster. Maxi rider easy adjust is 45 and there is now the maxiguard which harnesses to the top of the seat (51cm).
    Thank you so much this has helped greatly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    I think before they had height markers it was 18kg Max
    Hmmm so seeing as mine is the weight based one does that mean that DS at 18.2kg is too heavy for the inbuilt harness?
    Meaning he needs a new seat cause he is only 3yrs 4mths old

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    Quote Originally Posted by RmumR View Post
    Hmmm so seeing as mine is the weight based one does that mean that DS at 18.2kg is too heavy for the inbuilt harness?
    Meaning he needs a new seat cause he is only 3yrs 4mths old
    Correct. I'd look at a seat like the maxi guard or maxi guard pro, evolve, Genesis, journey, ezy grow, Manhattan or sentry. They'll all let you harness to the maximum.

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    Yep what Amyd said. My DD reached the 18kg limit before she was 2 . I wasn't prepared to go to booster mode yet so I bought an evolve.

    Since he is quite young yeah I thought I think it's worthwhile investing in a new one, in theory it's the last one you will need to buy. I say in theory because my DD won't make 7 in the evolve, but she's miles off the chart for growth.

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    Im bummed he has grown faster than his sisters as they lasted in the seat till past 4 then went into a booster.
    Oh well guess ill start comparing prices & seats.

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    The inbuilt harnesses are much safer than a booster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    The inbuilt harnesses are much safer than a booster.
    Oh totally agree just wish DS would grow slower.lol. Wasnt planning on buying new seats quite so soon


 

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