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Maxi-Cosi pebble car seat with free familyfix isofix base at mothercare £350
Maxi-Cosi pebble car seat with free familyfix isofix base at mothercare £350

Maxi-Cosi pebble car seat with free familyfix isofix base at mothercare £350

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FREE Maxi-Cosi FamilyFix Isofix Base worth £175 when you buy the Maxi-Cosi Pebble Baby Car Seat - Black Lines and a Maxi Cosi Pearl Car Seat - Black Lines.

The Maxi-Cosi Pebble car seat is suitable for babies from birth to 13kg (29lbs) and is compatible with a range of pushchairs to form a travel system. It features side impact protection to keep your little one safe and can be used with a range of Maxi-Cosi bases to make it simple to install in your car.

Features and benefits for Maxi-Cosi Pebble Baby Car Seat - Black Lines

Suitable from birth to approx 12/15 months (up to 13kg/29lbs)
Compatible with a range of Maxi-Cosi bases (Familyfix and Easybase2) to make it simple to move in and out of your vehicle, or can also be installed using the vehicle's seat belt
Unique adjustable upward position for older babies when used with the Maxi-Cosi Familyfix ISOFIX base (sold separately)
Side impact technology for optimal protection in the event of a side on collision
Easy access integral sun canopy stores under flexible rim
Stay open harness allows you to place your child in the seat in seconds
Can be used with any Maxi-Cosi, Bugaboo, Quinny and Stokke pushchair to form a travel system
Car seat weight: 4.1kg
Free 2 year guarantee

11 Comments

Original Poster

sorry deal was incorrect. you have to also add the £185 seat

total would be 350 for three items

Damn.,, thought we were in for a bargain there.

Hot for me - I just bought the bought the pebble and family fix base for for £240 so this is better as Pearl costs £175 so the 3 for £350 is still a great saving. I got mine from precious little one.

preciouslittleone.com/pro…se/


Edited by: "Thomo1892" 26th Dec 2016

Familyfix not good as 2wayfix ......in fact familyfix is now redundant if you want to use it with new pearl

who in the world would pay 350 quid for this?

rokybalbo

who in the world would pay 350 quid for this?


OP

rokybalbo

who in the world would pay 350 quid for this?



I agree, it's stupid to pay so much for an infant carrier! Save your money and buy a cheaper infant carrier without a base, then you'll have the money for a bigger rear facing Group 1 seat later. Or buy a birth-18kgs rear facing seat that stays in the car! Shops need to stop making parents believe they must have a 'travel system' I've managed to bring three children up without having a car seat that clips onto the pram wheels.

andreah903

I agree, it's stupid to pay so much for an infant carrier! Save your … I agree, it's stupid to pay so much for an infant carrier! Save your money and buy a cheaper infant carrier without a base, then you'll have the money for a bigger rear facing Group 1 seat later. Or buy a birth-18kgs rear facing seat that stays in the car! Shops need to stop making parents believe they must have a 'travel system' I've managed to bring three children up without having a car seat that clips onto the pram wheels.



We are having this exact dilemma at the moment. My wife and I are expecting twins and we have opted to not bother with the baby infant carrier. We are going to invest in the 0 to 4 year old one on the new i-size system so its a future proof as it can be. If we didn't we would have two redundant baby seats within 6 months. Such a waste of money.

dont get me wrong - baby carrier with isofix base is great up to 6 months, then - forward facing non-travel chair is what worked for me.
Isofix base + besafe izi go cost me 3 times cheaper than OP

rokybalbo

dont get me wrong - baby carrier with isofix base is great up to 6 … dont get me wrong - baby carrier with isofix base is great up to 6 months, then - forward facing non-travel chair is what worked for me. Isofix base + besafe izi go cost me 3 times cheaper than OP



Forward facing seats are not suitable from 6 months. It's far safer to keep your children rear facing until they are at least 4 years old.
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