Maxi-Cosi Maxi Cosi Priori XP Reviews
Product Type: Maxi Cosi child car seats
Description:Manufacturer: Maxi-Cosi / Seat Type: Booster / Seating Direction: Forward Facing / With 5-Point Safety Harness / No Detachable Base / Weight Limit 19.84 - 39.68...
Newest Review: ... children. Group 1 car seats like this one are suitable for babies from 9 to 18 kg. The approximate ages for this are ... more
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Customer Maxi-Cosi Maxi Cosi Priori XP Reviews (6)
by - written on 15/02/10, updated on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 236 readings)
My daughter is nearly 4 now, so just outgrowing this seat, which is useable from about 9 months old and for children from 9-18kg. I own the seat in "Black Reflection", but you will find that it is available in a number of different upholstery designs. It has a 5 point harness and has 4 recline positions and it is forward-facing. I bought this seat primarily as it seemed to be consistently highly rated in terms of safety in all the reports I read from "Which" and the like, it gets these high ratings presumably because it has side impact protection and performed well in safety tests. This seat was £80 at time of purchase but now seems to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/12 (Very useful, 55 readings)
My little girl may be almost 8 months old, but she outgrown her first rear facing car seat since about 7 months old, and needed to move into a Group 1 front facing car seat. Our first baby car seat was a Maxi Cosi to fit onto our Quinny Zapp, and we were extremely happy with it, and so our immediate thoughts were to look to the next size of Maxi Cosi, even though there are plenty of other makes of car seat out there, many cheaper, but not necessarily as safe. Knowing that our daughter would be in this car seat for a while, we wanted to ensure we got a good one that would last, and potentially do any future children we may have, and so I started searching on amazon. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/08 (Very useful, 587 readings)
I bought this car seat for my son when he was about 8 months old, after he'd finally outgrown his travel system car seat. I bought it from Mothercare for a very reasonable £100, since it was on sale down from £140. I have since found out that it has won a 'Mother & Baby Gold Award' for being a best travel item, so I was extra pleased. The seat itself is a forward facing seat, although it can also be used as a rear facing seat. It has a 5 point harness, and a seat belt tensioning system for that extra secure fit. It is suitable from about 20lbs up to 40lns (approx 4 years), so hopefully it should last me a good while. It is also very nicely ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/09 (Very useful, 113 readings)
I bought this when my son was approaching the upper weight limit for his infant seat, but actually started using it earlier than planned as it just seemed so much more secure even though it is not a rear facing seat. I still feel guilty for not researching something as important as a car seat more thoroughly before buying my son's infant seat as I was never totally happy with its secureness in the car. I bought the Priori as it was recommended as one of the safest seats without using isofix, and I got the XP version as I didn't mind paying a little extra for the additional safety feature of the seatbelt tensioner. The seat is really easy to fit, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/09 (Useful, 63 readings)
I brought the Maxi Cosi Prior XP because it was on offer at Halfords and I had been recommended it by a friend. It is extremely easy to fit and even the grandparents manage it ok after showing them only once. It has fitted in four different cars with ease and my son instantly falls asleep when we take him out in the car now. It has a reclining function which is easy to reach from the front seat and you just squeeze the lever and pull the seat in one motion and the seat is reclined. It has adjustable straps for when the toddler grows and an extra safety feature where is tightens the car's seatbelt so that it is secured in position. The cover is easy to remove so you . Read the complete review
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