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    Default Need to replace seats after an accident

    Soo our family car got rear ended on Monday thankfully everyone is ok (my babies were in the car) and I've requested our car seats get replaced (wasn't our fault so insurance was happy to replace). I've got a one year old and a two yr old and $1000 to spend... Can anyone recommend some seats? They need to be narrow as we will be having another baby at some stage meaning there will be three across thanks heaps!

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    Safe n sound compact and infa secure kompressor caprice both have narrow bases, thus allowing 3 seats across the back row. These seats also allow bubs to rearward face for quite awhile. Glad to hear you are all ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkers View Post
    Safe n sound compact and infa secure kompressor caprice both have narrow bases, thus allowing 3 seats across the back row. These seats also allow bubs to rearward face for quite awhile. Glad to hear you are all ok.

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    I second these seats.

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    Starting from Monday the new Safe n sound seats will be in stores which allow a somewhat extended rearface

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    I have no idea how wide they are but I want an Evolve. Sooo much.

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    Thanks heaps! Off to google!! Peanut monkey around $420! 😳.

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    Evolve is about 49cm wide. The extended rearface sns is huge and costs over $600.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Evolve is about 49cm wide. The extended rearface sns is huge and costs over $600.
    What's the sns seat called please?

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    Safe n sound platinum SICT? It's $659 at baby bunting!

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    Darn it the evolve wont fit in my car but will in DH's

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