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    "Cosi22"

    http://www.toysrus.ca/product/index....uctId=11636432

    I found this when looking for the new travel system to link to in the other thread. It looks like a new maxi cosi - anyone recognize the platform? (Sure Fit maybe?) Or is it brand new?
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    Re: "Cosi22"

    Looking at it more, I think this must be a Sure Fit/On Board platform. The contours and shape of the back of the shell, and the handle make me think that - it was just the front shot of the base that was making me wonder. The one picture says "cosi 35" though - and that reminds me of the on board 35. Dorel loves to use platforms over and over, so if they have the one meeting new standards, would make sense that they're just transferring it, right?
    Trudy - Canadian CPSAC certified CRST Instructor-Trainer and mommy to:
    Janeen - 17 yrs and learning to drive!
    Jillian - 11 yrs, 80'ish lbs, 5-stepping in each car. :O
    Jonas - 8yrs, 65lbs, Riding in an Oobr in each car.
    Both safely riding in either a 2007 Outlook or a 2015 Subaru Legacy depending on the day.


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    Re: "Cosi22"

    The Cosi 35 is available in the US. There is a thread somewhere in Chat about it. I agree it's a SureFit or whatever in a Maxi Cosi outfit.
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