Maxi-Cosi Pebble Car Seat review

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RRP  £165.00
Maxi-Cosi Pebble Car Seat

by Mother & Baby Team |
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A great quality seat that’s easy to fit and impresses with its practicality and comfort. Very user friendly and the ISOFIX base can be used for Group 1 car seats, too.

An outstandingly good quality seat – impresses for its practicality, sturdiness and comfort. It’s not cheap, but you can get maximum use out of it, as it fits on a wide range of pushchairs to form a travel system.  As another plus, the FamilyFix ISOFIX base (£160 optional) can be re-used with the Maxi-Cosi Pearl Group 1 seat so will be useful for the first four years of your child’s life.


The Pebble is easy to fit into the car, with or without the base and has some excellent features

For further reassurance there are light and sound indicators on the base to show that the car seat is fitted correctly. The Pebble is easy to fit into the car, with or without the base and has some excellent features, for example, the buckle flattens, so it’s easier to get your baby into the seat. It comes with lots of accessories, too, like a footmuff and raincover and has an integrated sun canopy. If you can afford it, you’re unlikely to regret buying this model.

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Maxi-Cosi Pebble Group 1 Car Seat

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