double push chair they takes maxi cosi car seat?
Jan 29, 2011 12:21PM
is there such thing? i have a maxi cosi car seat 0-12 months, and i need a double. is there a pram that can adapt to take car seat and then a normal double once car seat to big?
Jan 28, 2011 1:12PM
the icandy pear definately takes the maxi cosi cabrio (and pebble i think?)when u get the adaptors, i think so does the peach and also the baby jogger city select....i have the pear and there are several combinations inc using a carseat and/or carrycot whilst in double mode...
Jan 28, 2011 2:40PM
The baby jogger city select takes the maxi cosi cabriofix and possibly the pebble. It has 16 different seating combinations. We have it and it's brilliant, especially as neither child has to be shoved out of the way underneath.
Jan 28, 2011 3:59PM
we have the pear and it takes the maxi cosi just need the adapters x
Jan 29, 2011 10:42AM
All the baby joggers (side by side city mini/micro and the select) take the maxi cosi cabrio fix, phil and teds are a def too, and the icandy (believe they are linked to the company that make maxi-cosi). I think the lee bruss limo (can't remember what it's called) takes the maxi cosi too (along with their own car seat as an option too).
I believe the Jane ones only take the Jane seats but not totally sure as I'm pretty sure I saw an adapter for the maxi cosi on ebay. Ask the experts such as babyequipmentcomplete.com or glasgow pram centre - if you ring them I'm sure they will give you the low down.
Jan 29, 2011 12:07PM
I'd second the babyjogger city select - it takes the maxi cosi car seats and is an excellent pushchair
Jan 29, 2011 12:21PM
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