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    Default Infa secure Comfi Caprice??

    Just wondering if anyone has the Infa secure Comfi Caprice and is able to give me a review?? It seems to be relatively new on the market and there isn't much in the way of reviews according to google....but it looks pretty good just at a glance. However given that I'm thinking of putting my DD in it I'd love some actual reviews from parents!

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    Bumpity bump....anyone?

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    Bit of a bump for you

    Don't have the comfi caprice but do have I think it is the kompressor caprice as DS is only 9mo.

    I researched infa secure a lot before buying and am very pleased with them. Will likely go to the comfi caprice when DS outgrows his seat

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    I don't have one but just recently looked into one. I compared the infa alongside the s&s mrea and ended up loving the infa more. If you are on fb I would jump on to the page - child restraints: is your child restrained correctly? There are heaps of parents on there who would be able to give you a personal review. Also an Infa employee who is more than happy to answer any technical questions you may have.
    The only reason we didn't buy one is because we decided to keep our 2yr old ds in his current 0-4 seat until he outgrows it (which is an infa secure seat!)

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