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Baby's 3 in 1 Silver Travel System (Tutti Bambini Riviera) - £265.30 @ Tesco Direct
Baby's 3 in 1 Silver Travel System (Tutti Bambini Riviera) - £265.30 @ Tesco Direct

Baby's 3 in 1 Silver Travel System (Tutti Bambini Riviera) - £265.30 @ Tesco Direct

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Hi.. Me and Mrs been looking for a decent travel system (that's a push chair, car seat and travel cot to newbies like me) and which didn't cost more than a small car or mortgage.. Finally came across this and after some digging looks decent to me.

Bonus is the sale price on from tesco.. Hope it helps someone.. If anyone has any wisdom on this stuff feel free to comment.. Hope it helps someone.

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Just a few things for a newbie to consider
Car seats: There can be a very big difference in how they perform in crash tests. All meet the minimum EC requirements but these are so low they are rather unrealistic, something like 30 m/ph forward impact, 20 m/ph rear impact and side impact isn't tested at all. Brands including Britax, maxi cosi, cybex well EXCEED the safety requirements and have adapters to make the seat compatible with many brands of pushchair. These also have the option of a base to stay in the car. An option definitely worth having.
Carrycot (Travel cot) - Not all carrycots are suitable for overnight sleeping.
Pushchair: Don't forget to check if you need an adjustable handle height, if it will fit in the boot of your car along with the groceries or travel cot etc. The weight of the pushchair for hauling in and out of the boot or off public transport. The size of the basket and if the footmuff and raincover are included as these can add a lot of expense later.

Edited by: "jdRiggs" 18th Apr

For anyone looking for an alternative, Safety 1st Kokoon includes a maxi cosi car seat and adapters to fit it on the pushchair. The pushchair faces both ways and lies flat so there is no need for a carrycot. (Carrycots are only used for a short while and then you need to find space to store them.)
Safety 1st Kokoon Pushchair with Maxi Cosi car seat £299
Edited by: "jdRiggs" 18th Apr

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Thank you for this.. Really helpful.. We went for the Rivera as wife liked the style and it seemed a lot cheaper for this model compared to lots of other websites.. Reviews were really good too..

Useful things to consider.. After some excellent points got me researching more.. This does have the both side fitting for front or back views, adjustable height adapters etc.. The only downsides I could find were this has the standard car seat not the iso fix but apprantly they are fine but you need to be careful installing using the belts.. But I might get the maxi cosi adapter later? Also no foot muffins but for this price I'll get a universal.

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Thank you for this.. Really helpful.. We went for the Rivera as wife … Thank you for this.. Really helpful.. We went for the Rivera as wife liked the style and it seemed a lot cheaper for this model compared to lots of other websites.. Reviews were really good too.. Useful things to consider.. After some excellent points got me researching more.. This does have the both side fitting for front or back views, adjustable height adapters etc.. The only downsides I could find were this has the standard car seat not the iso fix but apprantly they are fine but you need to be careful installing using the belts.. But I might get the maxi cosi adapter later? Also no foot muffins but for this price I'll get a universal.



​isofix isn't safer than a correctly fitted belted seat in a crash. Its plus point is isofix are generally easier to fit so the chance of fitting it incorrectly are a lot less.
If you read the manual and check youtube videos you will be fine with a belted one.
How well the seat itself performs in a test I don't know.

It's good value given there are maxi cosi adapters for it. Maxi cosi, Cybex and besafe use the same adapters. Go to a halfords or mothercare and try the seat in your car depending on the angle of the slope of your back seat some are much more upright than others when fitted in your car.
With the universal footmuff take the pushchair with you. Universal just means they have multiple holes for the strap height but if they don't align right it slips down and needs to be fixed every time you put baby in. Otherwise
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