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Maxi Cosi Pebble Baby Car Seat - Mosaic Blue Was £165 Now £117. Free Delivery @ Winstanleys Pramworld
Maxi Cosi Pebble Baby Car Seat - Mosaic Blue Was £165 Now £117. Free Delivery @ Winstanleys Pramworld

Maxi Cosi Pebble Baby Car Seat - Mosaic Blue Was £165 Now £117. Free Delivery @ Winstanleys Pramworld

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We are looking for travel system for baby (due in dec) .. Is there any good deal?

dhanepud

We are looking for travel system for baby (due in dec) .. Is there any … We are looking for travel system for baby (due in dec) .. Is there any good deal?



​try joie chrome on mothercare.

This is the old option, for the best saftey get the pebble plus. The plus never goes on sale and will cost you but its worth it.

There is no safety difference between the Pebble and the Pebble Plus. And in fact, despite its name, the Pebble Plus won't last as long as the Pebble because it has a lower weight limit (12kgs as opposed to the standard 13kgs for all other infant carriers) and also has a height restriction (as in cm, you can't just use the Pebble Plus until the babies head reaches the top of the seat like you can a standard infant carrier). So all in all this deal on the Pebble looks like a good one!

andreah903

There is no safety difference between the Pebble and the Pebble Plus. And … There is no safety difference between the Pebble and the Pebble Plus. And in fact, despite its name, the Pebble Plus won't last as long as the Pebble because it has a lower weight limit (12kgs as opposed to the standard 13kgs for all other infant carriers) and also has a height restriction (as in cm, you can't just use the Pebble Plus until the babies head reaches the top of the seat like you can a standard infant carrier). So all in all this deal on the Pebble looks like a good one!


There are differences between the models. The height information is the new way of measuring for iSize.
With the iSize one too with the way it fits on the base it allows for more leg room rear facing. Height relative to the shoulder straps is also a consideration as well as how tall the baby is relative to the top of the seat.
buggypramreviews.co.uk/max…ew/

Edited by: "jdRiggs" 14th Sep 2016

dhanepud

We are looking for travel system for baby (due in dec) .. Is there any … We are looking for travel system for baby (due in dec) .. Is there any good deal?


It's not quite that straightforward What do you need the travel system to do? Have large air tyres for country roads or narrow and tidy wheels for around a city? Is your preference that the buggy seat can face you? Do you need height adjustable handles? Do you have a car or if not the size of the basket becomes more important. Do you want a carrycot or if the buggy seat lies completely flat is that just as good for you? Does it matter if it is heavy? I would recommend a travel system that includes a britax / maxi cosi / besafe / cybex car seat or adapters for those as they do very well in crash tests. Don't forget you will save quite a bit if the travel system comes with the car seat adaptors, cosytoes and raincover. They add up very quick.
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