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Narrow seat for 3 year old
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Posted 15 November 2012 - 11:30 PM
Sorry another question from me.....
Currently have a Hi-liner (booster mode) for ~6 year old DD and Cargo Marathon (5-point harness mode) for ~3 year old DS and am seriously considering Compaq (obviously rear-facing) for new baby. Tried this combo in my car today and looks like it won't fit
Lady at baby shop and I then removed the Marathon (which looked like it was the problem) and replaced it with a Maxi-Cosi Goliath and (hurrah!!) the Goliath, Hi-liner and Compaq (both RF & FF) all fit - YAY!!
Anyway, so at least I have this as an option (even if it does involve purchasing two new seats instead of one ) but I was wondering whether there were any other super-narrow seats suitable for a 3 year old? He is very tall for his age, but on the skinny side.
Thanks very much
Posted 16 November 2012 - 06:10 AM
Sns are releasing a new maxi rider which is slim. My 5 yo is in a compaq ATM.
Maxi cosi complete air.
Edited by lsolaBella, 16 November 2012 - 06:11 AM.
Posted 16 November 2012 - 05:55 PM
We use the Maxi Cosi Complete airs which are a 6mth-4yrst but my children are small and I envisage they'll stay in them until they're 7/8, Maxi Cosi has just release a seat that is similar to the complete air but is designed to go up to 8yrs so its worth checking them out, I was told they're similar/same width as the complete airs.
Posted 19 November 2012 - 09:41 PM
Thanks guys... I think the seat you are thinking CrunchyNut of might be the MaxiCosi Goliath (which is the one I'll probably get).
Just happy I don't have to splash out for a new car
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