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Thread: Pria or Nextfit

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    Pria or Nextfit

    I am looking to move 17 lb 1 yr old out of snugride and into a convertible. I like both the pria and nextfit for different reasons and would like to know others' experience. The cup holder built into the pria is really nice. However, I am a bit hesitant about the headwings. They look so big and close together. The nextfit looks like a really good option for installing. I love the cushiness of both. Which did you and your children prefer and why?

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    How tall is your baby? The Pria has a 40" RF limit. The NextFit will last several inches RF past that. For a smaller child I wouldn't care, for a taller child I'd get the NextFit.
    ~Shannon
    DD (11.5) Seatbelt; DS (9) Incognito; DD2 (7) Britax Parkway; DD3 (4.5) Graco Nautilus

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