Summary: I always wanted to get the maxicosi car seat as they are sturdy, stylish and I love the little sun canapy. I am happy with the product but it was really difficult to get on and off of the maxicosi chassis and you really need to practise over and over to get good because the brackets you have to attach on dont click out easily from chassis back to car seat so if you want a clean get away you could be dissapointed.
Pros: Strong Construction, Stylish
Cons: Difficult To Set Up, Heavy, Not Enough Pockets
Summary: We bought the Cabriofix before our son's birth, because of all the good reviews and first of all because it is considered to be one of the safest baby carriers.<br />At first we were thrilled with it, but now, when our son is 4 months old (and weighing 8,200 kgs)and wearing thicker clothing (it's november), we can barely stuff him in. He absolutely hates it!
Summary: The product itself is very well put together.<br />However do not buy this if you have a long baby or a baby that is over 6 months (approx) as the straps in the stroller do nt adjust enough when the footmuff is fitted. The other downside is there is not enough leg room if you have a long baby. On the whole if you have a newborn then it would be perfect.
Summary: does the job nicely, nothing fancy but a nice raincover for my maxi cosi keepin my 3mths old daughter nice and dry.<br /><br />only critasism i have is the little bag it comes with, unless your "super mum" its impossible to get the cover back in the little bag and do it up.. the rain cover would have to be folded and squased perfectly to fit back in the bag.
Pros: Comfortable, Easy to Adjust, Easy to Clean, Easy to install
Excerpt: If you're having a baby and you don't live within walking distance of the hospital, buying a car seat is pretty much compulsory. Even if you don't drive, the powers that be will insist on you having one to load your little bundle of joy into someone else's car or a taxi; the days of precariously balancing a newborn on your lap are thankfully long gone.