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  1. #1
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    Is the Manhattan cover being discontinued?

    Why is it the only cover not sold as extra on the SKJP website? After I try my center install tomorrow I'll need to decide if I'm keeping the RN or not. Waiting for the 35lb RF limit is a factor in favor of returning it. But I really like the Manhattan cover and would hate it if it's not going to be available later? Plus, I feel kind of bad returning it...

    If someone knows what the supercool feels like IRL could you please share? Would it be easier to clean (think puke) than the Manhattan?

    TIA!
    DD 5.5yo, 38lbs, 43" - FF in a Radian XT and Frontier85 SICT
    DS 3yo, 33lbs, 38" - RF in Radian XT and Britax MT

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    Re: Is the Manhattan cover being discontinued?

    Quote Originally Posted by minismom View Post
    Why is it the only cover not sold as extra on the SKJP website? After I try my center install tomorrow I'll need to decide if I'm keeping the RN or not. Waiting for the 35lb RF limit is a factor in favor of returning it. But I really like the Manhattan cover and would hate it if it's not going to be available later? Plus, I feel kind of bad returning it...

    If someone knows what the supercool feels like IRL could you please share? Would it be easier to clean (think puke) than the Manhattan?

    TIA!

    Supercool has lots of wee holes - I would think vomit would get stuck, but no one replied to me about that when i asked.
    I would not think they would be discontinuing it, it seems to be a better seller than the creme coloured one.
    You could email SKJP and ask - they reply pretty quickly.

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    Re: Is the Manhattan cover being discontinued?

    Quote Originally Posted by NZ Child Restraints View Post
    Supercool has lots of wee holes - I would think vomit would get stuck.
    EEEEWWWW!
    DD 5.5yo, 38lbs, 43" - FF in a Radian XT and Frontier85 SICT
    DS 3yo, 33lbs, 38" - RF in Radian XT and Britax MT

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    Re: Is the Manhattan cover being discontinued?

    I wish i got manhattan cover - supercool would rock in summer though - manhattan may not.

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    Re: Is the Manhattan cover being discontinued?

    BUMP - anyone else??
    DD 5.5yo, 38lbs, 43" - FF in a Radian XT and Frontier85 SICT
    DS 3yo, 33lbs, 38" - RF in Radian XT and Britax MT

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