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    We bought our Maxi Rider with AHR when DD was 8months old & she's nearly four and its just wonderful, we've already got one for our baby boy who's only 10 wks.

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    To put him in when he's 6 months :-)

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    This may be of some help - page 2 of the brochure has the safety ratings of the most commonly bough seats.

    http://www.racv.com.au/wps/wcm/conne...13ffdec5734ddb

    The Maxi Rider AHR has a lower rating than i thought it would've.

    We bought the HiLiner, and it's great-wont ever need to buy another seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nelle7250 View Post
    im considering the new maxi rider as an upgrade for my daughter might even get one for the new baby as ive read bub can go into them from 6mths on interested to hear other feedback.
    I would buy a seat that reat faces to 12kg and not turn before the limit was reached.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrentsMummy View Post
    This may be of some help - page 2 of the brochure has the safety ratings of the most commonly bough seats.

    http://www.racv.com.au/wps/wcm/conne...13ffdec5734ddb

    The Maxi Rider AHR has a lower rating than i thought it would've.

    We bought the HiLiner, and it's great-wont ever need to buy another seat.
    These tests don't contain the results for the new maxi rider.
    I'm not saying it will be different, I'm not saying it won't...
    Just saying its not the same seat.


    Sent from my iPhone using Bub Hub-that's why it's full of bad grammar and spelling mistakes!

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    We got one for our 2 year old DD and she loves it, so do we.


 

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