Maxi Cosi Prezi Infant Car Seat, Devoted Black

Maxi Cosi Prezi Infant Car Seat, Devoted Black
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Maxi Cosi Prezi Infant Car Seat, Devoted Black

Maxi Cosi Prezi Infant Vehicle Seat, Devoted Black

  • Rear facing 4-30 pounds and up to 29″
  • Superior side impact overall performance: featuring new G-cell HX and air safeguard
  • five position adjustable headrest, no rethreading essential
  • five position adjustable base with anti rebound bar incorporated
  • Maxi Cosi adapters are at present obtainable from the following stroller manufacturers: Baby Jogger, Bugaboo, Bumbleride, iCandy, Jeep, Maclaren, Mamas and Papas, Micralite, Mountain Buggy, PhilandTeds, Quinny, Stokke, UPPAbaby, and Valco Baby

It Has Every little thing

The Maxi-Cosi Prezi Infant Auto Seat has almost everything to hold your baby covered in the course of travel, from security to comfort. The Prezi combines Air Protect and G Cell for far better protection from birth all the way to thirty pounds. The advanced protection of our Air Protect cushion system about the head performs alongside our patented G Cell HX foam, designed with hexagonal shapes for superior protection about the torso.

European-style sun canopy stows away when not in use

Effortlessly adjustable head rest — no want to rethread the harness

Ergonomic parent deal with

Adjustable base with rebound bar incorporated

Deep seat pan provides additional leg room whilst the removable cushion provides added assistance for smaller babies

Effortless-out harness adjusts for a suitable fit

The Maxi-Cosi Prezi Infant Auto Seat does not just give your little one with security. It is our comfiest seat but, letting you and your child travel in comfort and style with padded harness covers and cushioned, premium fabrics for a softer seat. The Prezi also characteristics a deep seat pan for added leg space, and a European-style sun canopy to give shade when necessary. With a specially created, ergonomic parent manage, the Prezi infant seat is comfy for Mom and Dad too, when they require to carry it outdoors the vehicle.


Added Characteristics

  • Rear-facing four-30 lbs. and up to 29 inches
  • Superior side impact protection featuring G-Cell HX & Air Shield technologies
  • Easy-out harness lifts out of the way for straightforward placement of child in the seat
  • 5-position, no rethread headrest makes it effortless to adjust to the right height
  • 5-point harness very easily adjusts from the front
  • five-position adjustable base makes it less complicated to install and has built in rebound handle
  • 1-click mini latch connectors for simple installation
  • Cushioned fabrics provide a comfortable and cozy seating region with an infant insert, harness covers, and Cosi cover
  • European-style sun canopy stows away when not in use
  • Compatible with a multitude of premium strollers such as Quinny strollers

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Query by Ink.Purple.Pink: what sort of booster seat should my son be in?
He just turned 6 hes 47″ and 45lbs when I appear on the web it just says booster. I have him in a booster with no back just the bottom seat but ought to he be in a single with a back?

The sort hes in.

http://www.wltz.com/story/14984671/new-booster-seat-guidelines?clienttype=printable

The type im questioning if he ought to be in

http://siliconvalleymamas.com/2012/01/new-for-2012-booster-seats-till-age-eight/

Very best answer:

Answer by Sami F
Based on your auto or the automobiles he is in. If he is tall sufficient that his ears reach the seat he is sitting in he must be in a higher back booster. The safest way to go would most likely be with a high back booster until he out grows it and then go back to the backless.

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  1. Sanaz Hariri says:
    20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works great with my BabyJogger City Select & Twins!, November 29, 2012
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    Sanaz Hariri (Menlo Park, CA United States) –
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    This review is from: Maxi Cosi Prezi Infant Car Seat, Devoted Black (Baby Product)

    We purchased the Maxi Cosi about 8 weeks ago, and we couldn’t be happier. First of all, I’ll note that this was the product of tons of research. My family – including the extended family friend who purchased me two *alternative* seats which I returned, think I’m nuts. But, I really wanted safety and convenience, and with a common-use item like this it seemed worth the effort.

    So, why this seat? What I love:

    1> Safety features. The airbags by the head, the strapping, the overall “fit” of the restraints. Everything seems designed as a no-compromise fit for safety. I look at my little kids in these seats and I feel good as a Dad that I’ve put their safety first. This is both a feature thing, and a snugness of fit thing.

    2> Build quality. I picked up and trialled the other seats. They didn’t have the same sturdiness of build. On the downside, this seat weighs a bit more … But jeez, isn’t that a good thing? Until they start using titanium – and we start wanting to pay for it – I’m happy to pull a few extra pounds for this kind of feel.

    3> Comfort. I can’t be sure of this, as my kids don’t talk to me … But they seem just fine. I put them in, and they pretty quickly fall asleep. I’ve left them in the seats for extended periods, no problem. Now, they are each about 6.5 pounds at this time, and started out closer to 5.5 pounds, so I haven’t taken this up to the heavier infant stage.

    4> Compatibility with my Baby Jogger City Stroller. I did see a few other comments above w/r/t stroller compatibility. I’m not sure what they pertain to … But I can say this seems to work beautifully with my City Stroller. We’ve been out and about. And I’ve tested the latches on the lock / click mechanism. I’m using the same adapter I would have used for a Chicco, and it works great.

    5> Ease of use. I think most of the seats are pretty good here. But it’s definitely worth noting, these guys are champs in / out of the car and the City Stroller. It’s not a safety issue, but sometimes you want to make things go quickly and your little ones are not going to understand it if you have a project of it. I’ll also give a +1 for simplicity … I don’t usually read instructions too closely, and thankfully this set had clear instructions and a simple model for operation.

    And, yes, as many have mentioned, it is the best looking car seat. We like that, but I think each of us were more swayed by the features above than anything else. As for cons … None of them match up to the pro’s, but it is worth mentioning:

    1> The seat straps can feel a bit tight with the way they lie. We’ve fiddled with adjusting the strap loosener and this seems to work fine. And, neither of our kids sweat or seem to mind – they look very comfortable.
    2> The seat-belt release by the crotch takes a bit more pressure than I’d like. I’m getting used to it, and the kids never seem to mind, but it would be nice perhaps if the button were larger / a bit deeper allowing for the depth (rather than resistance) to offer the security that the latch stays put (more like a regular car seatbelt)
    3> The sun shield is somewhat useful, but honestly we’ve had to use an additional sun blanket when we really want shade as it seems to fall a bit short of anything but mid-day (10 a.m. to 2 p.m.) sun.

    Overall, I’m really pleased with this purchase, and highly recommend the product to others based on my experience so far.

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  2. Tommy O says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Complete GARBAGE! Torture for infant!!!, July 5, 2013
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    Tommy O (Orlando, FL) –

    This review is from: Maxi Cosi Prezi Infant Car Seat, Devoted Black (Baby Product)

    I like the best of best so I figured this was the best of the best. WRONG. Here is why and I’ll be brief because I’m doing this review from my phone as I look at the horrible red pressing marks on my 3 day old sons little thighs.

    I read the reviews after I bought this and installed it and got nervous after reading so many reviews about how tight and uncomfortable this is for the baby but they are all correct.

    First the tech at the hospital that walked with us outside to put our baby in the car when my wife was released immediately saw the seat and said “oh boy, you guys will be returning this, this seat hurts babies”! It took the tech about 10 minutes to get our baby in. He cried for a bit then stopped so we figured the seat was fine. This AM we had a docs appointment and it was time for us to put him in the seat. Our baby is 8.0lbs, 19 inches and I pretty much had to smoosh and stuff our little babies legs and arms into the harness. He cried louder than ever and the straps dug into his thighs creating these horrible red marks that im looking at now. We tried to get him in the seat as perfect as possible so we are positive the seat and harness are just to small.

    The seat looks great and the Quinny stroller also looks great but I’m taking this thing back today. I’m 6’1 and 260lbs, so I’m not a small guy but this car seat is heavy, 10+ lbs for the seat and almost 20+ lbs all together with baby. My wife is 5’4 and 115lbs so I think she may have some issues moving this in and out of the SUV on her own.

    Also…anyone that says this car seat fits their baby great and is lightweight is obvoisuly either being paid by the company to write a fake review or doesn’t have the straps on the baby.

    Remember, our baby is under 9 lbs and barley fits into this seat and the company says it fits up to 30 lbs, yeah RIGHT!

    AVOID this seat if your babies comfort is important. I don’t buy that the baby has to be in pain in order to be safe and secure.

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  3. Helen V. Kim "Adventurer" says:
    4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Like it, October 30, 2012
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    This review is from: Maxi Cosi Prezi Infant Car Seat, Devoted Black (Baby Product)

    I pre ordered Maxi Cosi Prezi in August , got it in the end of September. I like it so far, though for my big baby it’s a bit too snug, but I guess that’s more of a protection. Here are my observations, but even though there are more cons, they all minor, except maybe the car seat base,but the big “pro” is that the seat has a lot of safety features and protection, and in the end, that’s all that really matters in a car seat.

    Pros:

    1) Safety combined with coolness- race car engineers were involved in designing this after all!

    2) unique car seat

    Cons:

    1) Heavy. It weighs 11 pounds- combine that with 13 lb baby- not an easy load to carry.

    2) Alll that protection is great, but it also means that baby gets super sweaty. My son’s back is always soaking wet ,after being in the car even for 10-15 minutes . Maybe that’s why he dislikes being in the seat so much.

    3) the car seat base wiggles a lot, maybe there is a trick to it, but so far I found that it sits sturdier without the base.

    4) I wish the canopy extended further, most of the time the sun hits my baby right in the eyes and that could easily be avoided with an extra 5 inches of canopy.

    I bought Quinny Senzz to use a a travel system with this car seat, but it ended up sitting too upright, without the possibility to adjust the angle. I just put my 6 weeks old in the stroller itself, the recline is better than it is in the car seat ( when used with the stroller)

    Overall, I like the car seat, the padding is soft, and the seat is very nice . I recommend it.

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  4. Dorothy Poole says:

    Where can you buy these in the US? Or order to the US??

  5. oswegolindzmeta says:

    Safest bet would be to keep him in a 5 point harnessed car seat. Yes this is still possible at his age and weight, they have 5 point harness car seats that you can use the 5 point harness in until 80 pounds! But second safest to this would be a high back booster. I would not put him in a backless booster as I have heard they are not as safe as a high back booster.

  6. Bobbi says:

    http://www.walmart.com/ip/Evenflo-AMP-High-Back-Booster-Car-Seat-Blue-Angles/19414730
    We have this one, about $ 40 at Walmart. A high back booster is safer for this weight/height than a backless booster. The problem with backless boosters is that lightweight kids or younger kids can ‘tip out’ of the backless booster in a car accident causing injury. Waiting till age 8, by then the child should be about 50+ pounds and good enough for the seat belt if too tall for the high back booster.

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    this is my beef, some of these seats say OK for 3 years AND 30 pounds. But what they do not tell you this is the minimum level of protection legally allowed for a child this age/size. Georgia wanted to do a study on the higher level of injuries in backless boosters as reported by the Highway Patrol vs the less amount of accidents in high back boosters. This study was not done, lawmakers said it would be hurtful to parents who had a child they thought was safe in a backless booster only to suffer severe injuries in a car accident. Well, a study would change this! I teach preschool. In my 20 years, I have known two children killed in accidents while in backless boosters at the size of your child, both accidents were under 35 mph. Another child split her forehead open after tipping out in a fender bender in the car line.

  7. boneheaderss says:

    The key part of a booster seat is the fit- if the lap belt is on the child’s tummy- it will sink in, injuring the child’s inner organs and the spinal. The video below gives you a ton of information about how a booster seat protects a child.

    http://www.boosttil8.org/

    I wanted to clarify what another responder had said- yes, there are car seats with a built in harness that go up to 65, 70 or 80 lbs, but most children will outgrow these car seats by height before hitting the weight limit. When a child is forward facing, it is extremely important that the harness straps are coming from at or above the child’s shoulders. Selecting car seats with tall top harness strap slots of at least 17 inches will keep a child in a car seat with a harness longer. The Graco Nautilus has 18 inch top slots and a 65 lb weight limit. The Britax Frontier 85 goes up to 85 lbs and about 20 inch top slots. So there are options to keep your child in a harness if you want to.

    If your child can sit properly while in a booster, then I would be absolutely okay with it. There is no reason to keep him in a harness. In fact, in Sweden, children ride rear facing until they are at least 4 years old. And after age 4, they ride in a booster seat that properly positions the adult seat belt. The Swedes do believe that a forward facing harnessed car seat puts more forces on the child’s neck. They believe this because the harness holds the child’s body back while the child’s head flys forward. In a booster, the body can move more with the neck. Now- I don’t want to confuse anybody- there isn’t any data suggesting whether or not a properly used forward facing car seat with a harness is any safer than a properly used booster. The key word here is properly used; if a child cannot sit properly in a booster, then the occupant is much better off in a car seat with a harness system that is used properly.

    There are no federal standards regarding side impact testing, which means a manufacturer can say a car seat has been side impacted test without meeting any sort of requirement. European car seats meet side impact testing and European car seats typically have very deep side wings. So if you select a car seat with deep side wings, like the Diono Monterey, then the occupant may have more side impact protection.



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