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    Senior Community Member VoodooChile's Avatar
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    I saw the Prezi in American Airlines magazine!

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    I found my next seat if we get pregnant again. That is the coolest looking seat!
    B - 2/10 - Riding in the "Bentley" Radian XTSL or Frontier 90 in an '03 Sequoia AND a Recaro PerformanceSport in a '10 Cobalt

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    Re: I saw the Prezi in American Airlines magazine!

    looks awesome!

    Karen, mom to my crew...all 6 riding in '09 pilot

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    I would not want to carry that thing around.

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    Re: I saw the Prezi in American Airlines magazine!

    I can't read about this seat without thinking about a presentation software. To me, "Prezi" is all about presentations. http://prezi.com/


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    Re: I saw the Prezi in American Airlines magazine!

    I think it's great-looking, and if the baby factory wasn't shut DOWN, I'd totally consider it. I just thought it was super cool to see a car seat ad someplace besides a baby/parenting magazine.
    Dd 10/2005--Incognito
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    Nice seat but I don't see my self spending close to 300.00 dollars for an infant seat.

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    Re: I saw the Prezi in American Airlines magazine!

    The question is... Will their flight attendants pitch a fit if someone brings one on a plane?


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    Re: I saw the Prezi in American Airlines magazine!

    Quote Originally Posted by rosey2007 View Post
    Nice seat but I don't see my self spending close to 300.00 dollars for an infant seat.
    I know the dollar value is different in the US vs. Canada, but Peg infant seats are $299 up here, and the Britax Chaperone is $269. I can definitely see people spending $300 for a seat, especially if it's marketed well...
    Trudy - Canadian CPSAC certified CRST Instructor-Trainer and mommy to:
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    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: I saw the Prezi in American Airlines magazine!

    I've seen it in person, it's okay but I didn't like it better than the Aton. It lays FLAT like a bed!

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    Re: I saw the Prezi in American Airlines magazine!

    I actually played with one of these over winter break. It's not a bad seat. Install is super easy via latch and not much more difficult via seatbelt. The canopy however absolutely drove me bonkers and it's a very very thin material. Let me see if I can dig up the pictures.

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    As you can see in picture three the canopy isn't all the way out yet and you can see how thin the material is. I did like how easy it was to adjust the harness height and the adjuster itself is pretty smooth. Aso the harness covers are perpendicular to the seat so the harness is super easy to pull out from behind baby.

    eta: yes in the last picture that would be my little sister sitting in an rxt because we had been in buy buy baby for a few hours
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    Piper: 2 years, 26lbs rf in a monkey clek fllo
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    Re: I saw the Prezi in American Airlines magazine!

    I think it's hideous. *hides*
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