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Maxi-Cosi Pria 70 with Tiny Fit Convertible Car Seat, Total Black (Prior Model)

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About the Product
  • Rear-facing 4 to 40 pounds, forward facing 22 to 70 pounds
  • Flextech construction system for advanced crash energy management
  • Immediately reduces impact forces through the precise release of air
  • One Click latch System, with easy click-in and release for better installation
  • Gripping cup holder, integrated to securely hold beverages
  • Rear-facing 4-40 pounds, forward-facing 22-70 pounds
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Product Description

Color: Tiny Fit - Total Black

TinyFit System is providing a better fit for small babies and small cars. Rear-Facing 4-40 pounds, Forward-Facing 22-70 pounds. Air protect- Revolutionary Side Impact Technology, immediately reduces impact forces through the precise release of air. Perfect Fit one hand harness height adjustment, providing micro adjustments for an optimal fit. Deep rear-facing adjustment, making it easier and faster to correctly install rear-facing. FlexTech Construction System for advanced crash energy management. One Click LATCH System, with easy click-in and release for better installation. Gripping cup holder, integrated to securely hold beverages.

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Color: Tiny Fit - Total Black
Technical Details
Item Weight24 pounds
Product Dimensions21.2 x 29.5 x 22.8 inches
UPC884392565541 884392569808
Item model numberCC034APU
Minimum weight recommendation5 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation70 Pounds
Batteries requiredNo
  
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]
  • User Manual [1.84mb PDF]
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Best Sellers Rank #25,354 in Baby (See top 100)
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Color: Tiny Fit - Total Black
The Pria70 is our second car seat for our son who is tall and heavy for his age group (22 pounds, 29 inches, 9 months). The Pria has been a complete success, and I'm so glad I waited until this one came out. I was interested in a previous M.C. model -- the Priori -- but kept reading comments on message boards about Prioris not being wonderful for large/tall children. The Pria has tons of extra room. I love the thickly padded seat, too. It is a substantial upgrade for us (we had a Graco Snugride 35 previously). The Maxi-Cosi fabric is smoother and wicks sweat away well. This was a selling point for me -- we live in a hot, humid climate and I did not like the sweaty poly-lined Britaxes available right now with the faux-velvet linings. They seemed way too hot for where we live.

Fit-to-car comments: the Pria70 fits our 2011 Hyundai Santa Fe with ample extra space. We have to move our front seats really far back because we're tall adults, so rear-facing install space was a chief concern. The Pria fit much better than another seat we tried in the Hyundai (it was an Evenflo Symphony 65, which barely squished in, rear-facing).

Rear-facing usage (update): We're still rear-facing in this seat at 3 years old, with a tall kid. This seat tops out RF'ing at 40" or 40 pounds, plus head must be at or below top of head rest. I expect for my kid, we'll max out this seat somewhere between 40-48 months, so I'm pretty satisfied with how long it allows RF'ing, which is statistically safer for children than FF'ing.

Other details that are very nice: sturdy clips that are easy enough for an adult to unfasten. Height is adjustable with the sliding headrest, no problems there. Cup holder -- love that! and the LATCH system integrates well.
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Color: Tiny Fit - Total Black
After a massive disappointment with Orbit Baby Toddler Car Seat (I won't deal with this seat here, but feel free to read my review) I performed quite an extensive 6-month research on convertible car seats and went to stores to actually test them out - I played with them, I put my son in them, and I read all about them.
Maxi-Cosi Pria 70 and Britax were our top contenders, but we chose the Pria over the Britax for several reasons - while they both are very safe (both are sturdy with advanced side impact protection) and both allow for a 3-position recline, Pria 70 has nice extras, such as a built-in cup holder, easy 1-click harness height positioning (11 harness heights and 3 buckle positions), very appealing simple & modern design, more comfortable fabric (Pria's fabric feels much better that the velour-like fabric Britax uses - must be sticky in the summer), more padding (Pria is very soft, Britax is quite hard - probably not very comfortable for the little one), plus Britax car seats rate high(er) as far as harmful & toxic chemicals are concerned. Although the Pria is a new seat and hasn't been tested yet, Maxi-Cosi generally rates better than Britax (I will keep an eye on the new testing and will post an update once new results are available) - see HealthyStuff[dot]org.

Maxi-Cosi is a European brand and being from Europe myself I have seen many of them (sadly, the selection in the US is very limited). Everyone has a Maxi-Cosi car seat over there, it's a number 1 car seat in Europe. And I can see why.
The seat is really amazing. We installed it very fast - the entire installation took just 2 minutes - 3 clicks using the the LATCH - you just thread the lower anchorage belt through the car seat and click one buckle on the bottom left and one on the bottom right.
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Color: Steel Grey Verified Purchase
This seat is very comfortable and keeps considerably cool compared to the Britax Chaperone (Red) that we used before. We live in the tropics and we had to wait a considerable time for the air conditioning to cool down the car before we could put the baby in the Britax and even then she'd still end up sweating.

I chose the Maxi-Cosi Pria 70 over the Britax Advocate and the Diono RXT mainly because I wanted to ensure my little one was as comfortable and cool as possible so we could keep her rear-facing longer. I think I made the right choice. Here are some of the factors I considered as well as some things I know now that I have the seat:

HEAT - If keeping your baby cool is a major consideration then the fabric colour is the major factor. That's why I went with this lighter colour - Steel Grey. The downside is it has the potential to look worn quickly. And this colour doesn't pop out at you and say "brand new". The Maxi-Cosi has some pretty cool colour options but this and probably the tan are the only light colour options. Btw - this seat really does stay very cool!

SAFETY - If safety is your only consideration then I'd choose the Britax Advocate. (All car seats that pass NHTSA Tests are fine. But who wants just fine for their baby? Just remember the most important thing is installing it and strapping the kid in properly)

COMFORT - The fabric they use on the Maxi-Cosi Pria 70 is really well padded and soft. And if the seating on the Britax Advocate is made of same material as that on the Chaperone then it's not that comfortable and kind of rough to the touch. So Pria wins here by a landslide.
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