The Issue Dorel Juvenile Group (Maxi-Cosi) issued a recall of Maxi-Cosi Coral XP infant seats for the inner carrier failing to meet FMVSS213 standards for labeling and design. NHTSA found several noncompliances related to the design and labeling of the Coral XP’s inner carrier including Installation, Labeling, Printed Instructions, and Dynamic Procedure. Coral XP’s child
Maxi-Cosi Magellan Multimode Car Seat Review Canada A team of reviewers spent a good bit of time with the Maxi-Cosi Magellan when it was first released in the United States. Through a lot of trial and error, they found there’s a pretty specific group of families who would find the seat a great option —
When we saw Maxi-Cosi’s new Kore Pro i-Size high back booster seat we knew we wanted a closer look! It’s one of only a small handful of i-Size boosters currently on the market in Europe, and it has some cool features that looked really intriguing. Luckily, Maxi Cosi was kind enough to send us one
Greetings from the wild wild west, where the CSFTL Media Team has converged on the ABC Kids Expo for coverage of the latest and greatest in the car seat world. Here’s a rundown of what we saw today:
Maxi-Cosi is a well-known name worldwide for rear facing only seats. There have been several renditions of the Mico seat here in the US. The Mico Max 30 is the latest version. Maxi-Cosi has increased the height and weight limit and added an anti rebound bar to the base. Let’s check it out.
Looking for a convertible that is easy to use from birth and can fit in a small space? The Maxi-Cosi Pria 70 with TinyFit is a great convertible seat that should fit your needs perfectly. The Pria 70 comes in two different models, with and without the TinyFit infant insert. This review will cover the model with the TinyFit.
We would like to introduce the newest model in Maxi-Cosi’s convertible lineup, the Maxi-Cosi Vello 65. This is a simplified version of their popular Pria convertible seat and we’ve been very impressed with it.
The Maxi-Cosi Pria 85 is an update to the well-loved Pria 70 convertible car seat. The Pria 85 takes many cues from its European counterpart, incorporating plush fabrics and little details like the no re-thread harness, easy to remove cover , and harness holders to make buckling the child easier.
Though booster seats don’t have as many moving parts as a harnessed car seat, there’s a large range of features and fit on the market. Choosing the right one can be a real challenge! For my booster rider, we need a booster that’s fairly padded and has a high top shoulder belt guide position since my kiddo is fairly tall and quite slim.
Booster seats serve one primary purpose: to place the car’s seat belt over 3 strong points of a child’s body. A properly fitting booster will sit low over the hips and across the center of the shoulder to spread the possible force from a crash over these strong areas.