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Thread: new style HUGS

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    new style HUGS

    Anyone know when Britax started putting the new rubber hugs pads on their seats. I want my MAs to have the new style. I LOVE them! but the old style are literally longer than my 14 month olds torso so I wouldn't be able to use then RF. I love how they prevent the kids from really getting the chest clip out of proper position

    I plan on ordering the MAs online, so I want to call and check the manufacturer date.

    Julie-I have elected Fido for the 14 month old. She was in one the other day, and kept "petting" it again, so that is that. My 3 year old commented that she thought that one would look really nice because "our minivan is the same color." Gotta love those fashion-wise 3 year olds! Of course the Freedom fabric she wants doesn't match, but what can I do? She is fashionable, yet patriotic!

    mamamia (forgot to log in!)

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    CPS Technician bazanna's Avatar
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    i don't know the dates but i do like the 2nd version better too. i would think that britax would send you a 2nd, newer pair if you get the old low cost or possibly even free....
    YES I am a certified CPS Technician...Internet advice is never the same as having someone actually look at your seats, your kids, and your car. Have your seats CHECKED by a Technician.



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