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    Maxi-Cosi Pria 70 Convertible Carseat

    The Maxi-Cosi Pria 70 is revolutionary in that it includes a seat-within-a-seat system called “TinyFit.” Many convertibles claim to fit 5 lbs. babies, but the harness doesn’t fit the child well—it’s too loose or the bottom harness slots are above his shoulders. With the Pria 70, it’s completely possible to take your preemie home and still use the seat for him when he’s 5.

    The Maxi-Cosi Pria 70 rear-faces from 4-40 lbs. and less than 40”, then converts to a forward-facing convertible for 22-70 lbs. and 34-43”. Because it encompasses such a large range of sizes, the Pria has a bit of a learning curve to it.

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    The Maxi-Cosi Pria 70 is a relatively complicated convertible that will take some time and instruction manual reading to make sure everything is set up correctly. That’s not to say it’s a bad seat by any means; simply make sure the TinyFit is installed correctly when you’re using it. The TinyFit system is a completely different way of addressing the “tiny baby in a convertible” dilemma and it’s pretty daring when you consider how conservative carseat manufacturers tend to be. It’s a great seat for baby-wearers and takes away the need for an infant seat that will fit small babies. And the deep seat pan will give needed legroom for larger rear-facers.

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