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      04-15-2011, 07:06 AM   #23
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does the recaro have a "tilting" so the seat can allow for sleeping easier?
Yes.

Another user of the Recaro here, fits very well in the coupe.
And at a good price point, plus longevity betters almost all others.

Looks quality too
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      04-15-2011, 08:41 AM   #24
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I'm on the Cabriofix Maxi Cosi at the moment, kids only 2 months old and already thinking about the next seat up!
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      04-15-2011, 09:58 AM   #25
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I got a kiddy comfort Pro a German brand which is also rebranded by BMW. It seems to be the best of forward facing seats. Iso fix is only rated up to 18kg and anything heavier the seatbelt is safer.

Worth looking at
http://www.kiddy.de/en/kiddy-child-s...um-safety.html

My 2 year old and 10 month old both have a Kiddy Comfort Pro. Best seat out there IMO. So light and easy to move in and out of the car, doddle to get the kids strapped in and best of all the covers are machine washable (2yr old puked all over the car last week and his seat is like new after a quick spin).
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That is a disadvantage of the rear facers for older kids - an ar5e to get in and out of the car.
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My 2 year old and 10 month old both have a Kiddy Comfort Pro. Best seat out there IMO. So light and easy to move in and out of the car, doddle to get the kids strapped in and best of all the covers are machine washable (2yr old puked all over the car last week and his seat is like new after a quick spin).
+1

we have the infinity pro, very easy and quick to install.
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I use the Maxi Cosi Tobi in my E92. This was the car seat that had the features we wanted such as being able to recline whilst child is in it and being able to extend it as they grow. .
i have tried 3 carseats, including the BMW Sauber isofix child seat. Maxi Cosi is by far the best of all

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