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    Admin - CPS Technician Emeritus UlrikeDG's Avatar
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    Thumbs up Maxi Cosi Priori: $140 @ Target

    In addition to the Britax seats on sale, Target had the Priori for $140 when I was there today. I didn't see any on the shelf, so I couldn't check the manufacture date, but the Priori is similar to the Roundabout in quality. Taller slots, but much harder to change the harness height. Here's the brief review I wrote after playing with one last August.
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    CPST/Firefighter Judi's Avatar
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    Re: Maxi Cosi Priori: $140 @ Target

    They had them for $99 at my store. I seriously considered it.

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    CPS Technician pastrygirl's Avatar
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    Re: Maxi Cosi Priori: $140 @ Target

    They were $99 at my store, too. They had 3 that I could see.

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    Re: Maxi Cosi Priori: $140 @ Target


    the MCP is a PITA for changing harness heights, but most people don't need to change harness height all that often.

    For $99 (if you can find it for that price), this might be a good seat for people who want a small seat but who don't want a Scenera. I think this seat or the new Uptown-like seat (Avenue?) might be good ones. I think this seat is definitely more "luxurious" than the Avenue, though.

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