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Maxi-Cosi Pria 70 with Tiny Fit Convertible Car Seat, Total Black
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- 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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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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
We brought our newborn home from the hospital in this car seat! Our baby was born at 7 lbs 5 oz/ 20 in and fit perfectly in the car seat when adjusted to the second smallest setting. She only needed the circular head pillow and little body pillow for a couple weeks. At two months old and about 11 lbs, she is now using it in the third smallest setting (the last one for the Tiny Fit insert). Our baby always seems content in the car seat and enjoys car rides.
We have the car seat installed in our little Chevy Sonic hatchback. It is a little tight, but it is currently set in the setting that takes up the most room (rear-facing, greatest recline). There is enough leg room in the front seat for my husband and I. Two smaller adults can still sit in the backseat with the car seat if need be.
We do not miss having the traditional newborn car seat and simply carry our baby or put her in the sling when we're out and about. We'd definitely recommend getting this car seat to start out with from day one!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This car seat is NOT small. If you have a small(er) car DO NOT buy this seat, you will be disappointed. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Great product! It brings confort and safety for my daughter!Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This car seat is wonderful! It is very padded and seems comfortable! We have had it for several years and had no issues with it.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I LOOVE love MAXI COSI's Pria 70 carseat! Sure it's expensive but it's an investment: it comes with TinyFit so you can use it from newborn to maybe 7 years old ?? . Read morePublished 6 months ago by Abigail
Our 3 year old loves this seat and says it is super comfy! The build quality is great and the fabric seems to be good quality. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Matt G Barron
I kinda wish I could give it a 4.5 star rating. I love this seat! Especially considering how much you will save in the long run not having to buy different car seats as your... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Nicholas C. Myers
I am so disappointed with this car seat. Shelling out over $200 for a product that says it will fit a child at all sizes (4-70lbs) you would think there would be no issues. Wrong. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Leesa K.
Contacted Maxi-Cosi about bearing falling out of harness buckle and is not working now. Maxi-Cosi will not respond. I have contacted them several times with no reply. Read morePublished 8 months ago by S K