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Mothers choice mystique?
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Posted 24 December 2012 - 11:50 AM
It's half price in target but is it any good?
I'll need it rearfacing for a small 6 month old when we return the ambulance service capsule.
Won't be using it for another 3 months but am tempted to buy just now due to price.
Posted 24 December 2012 - 11:54 AM
NO. Don't bother with a mothers choice seat. Will not RF for a short time and will be outgrown FF prematurely.
If you are looking for a cheaper seat Infa Secure Neon at Big W is a good seat.
Other seat I highly recommend is the SNS Lifestle/Compaq. You child will be able to RF a very long time in this seat and it will see the through to when they need a booster. My 5.5 yo who is 70%for height still fits in this seat with room to grow. Spending the money on a good seat which will last the distance is better then ourchasing a cheap seat now which you will have to replace in two years
Edited by lsolaBella, 24 December 2012 - 11:56 AM.
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