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Up to 83% off Prams & Capsules (e.g. Arlo Vogue Stroller $150) @ Infasecure

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Arlo vogue stroller down from $900 to $150, Arlo infant carrier down from $359 to $80 - gotta buy the insert separately. Sale on until they run out of stock. Not all prams and car seats are included in sale.

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  • +1 vote

    Very good prices. Was very excited, hoping to find a car seat for an older child, but could only find the baby carrier

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      I think Baby Bunting has all infasecure seats 50% off atm, could be a go.

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        Saw some good seats, but no longer half price today, sigh. Do you know if they have it on a regular rotation where they are half price?

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          If you join the fb group 'Child restraints. Is your child restrained correctly?', you'll be in the know with seat sales and which ones are favoured for ease of installation and safety. Britax seats had a sale a while ago but that group is great for advice on ensuring the seat you want fits in your car.

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    This is WA only. I saw it the other day but spoke to Baby bunting and these ones are quiyr a few years old and wouldn't recommend them as they dont have the best safety support

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    got a pram thanks!

  • +1 vote

    That pram has really bad reviews on product review. Lots of other prams have 4 plus star reviews…

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    Any recommendations here for a new born?

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      Regardless of what Infasecure have, get a capsule that can be relocated from the base in the car to a pram/stroller with the adapters. Worth its weight in gold when your bub is asleep.

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        When they're that little, it's not hard to keep them asleep and move them about. At least ours wasn't. She also would have outgrown it in about 2-3 months (she's a tiny toddler but grew very quickly in the first couple of months) making it very ineffective cost wise.

        Spend the money on a good ERF seat. Keep them rear facing as long as possible.

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          Same with ours. We borrowed a baby carrier from the in laws but with bubs in it the wife struggled with the weight and it was basically unusable after 2 months. So glad we spent our money on a decent convertible seat instead

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          Yep I borrowed a friends capsule and only used it twice (get bub home from hospital and one outing) before returning it and switching to a baby seat.

          The way you need to unstrap the anchor for detaching the capsule did my head in and as you highlighted bub was so little we had no dramas with getting her in and out without disturbing her sleep.

          Also pro tip for all, you need to have plenty of room between your car and the other to remove the capsule, good luck if you’re in tight spots!

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          Cheers, yeah everything points to getting just a seat, but almost every story is linked to someone borrowing a capsule for the first 2 weeks. Looked at a heap of seats, but none of them seem well designed for adjustable head support as they grow. Guess they want you to buy more than one!

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            @tunzafun001: We've got Infa Grandeurs in our cars. Rear facing for 30 months but I'm guessing ours will be in there till she's 3. They are a very long seat so can be difficult to fit in some cars (depends on seat design) but it needs to be long to keep them rear facing for so long. They are expensive but you can find them on sale occasionally…and works out cheaper than buying two seats over 4 years.

            Super easy to adjust the head rest, no re-threading of straps etc.

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            @tunzafun001: Check the Britax ones - the Graphene is easy adjustment for headrest and straps.

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          Unless of course, a colic baby… sleeping colic babies are miraculous
          That detachable capsule was godsend

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        We used our capsule for almost 9 months. Could have gone longer but my brother in law had a kid so we passed the capsule to him and switched to our Rear Facing seat. The capsule was great IMHO - wheeling him around the shops as he slept, easy transfer into and out of the car. Could leave him in the seat at home if he fell asleep just before we got home.

        That said, our bub was on the small side when born, so if you're predicted to have a big baby then take that into consideration. We also bought the lightest capsule on the market that would fit in our car at the time. The lightest and best are the Nuna Pipa Klik, but they require a good medium sized car to large car to fit (unless you want a front passenger seat thats jammed against your glovebox!).

        Some people swear by the capsules (we do) and some don't. It all depends on what suits you, your car, your space, your style and capacity.

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        We had every plan up until a week ago to get a capsule to use as part of the travel system, but for the time being I bought a Britax Graphene yesterday at least for the trip home from the hospital because I don't think we'll be going out much… I would expect us to be in complete lockdown by mid-May. If things change we'll get a capsule, but I don't see the point for the time being!

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    did anyone read it as insecure pram and had to re-read it?

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    got arlo vogue pram in ivory thanks :-)

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    Just got a 10% off code from purchasing

    use THANKYOU19 for discount

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    Absolutely no need for another pram but really liked the ivory colour so ordered one ($165 including delivery to VIC). Probably won't see much action this year due to COVID-19 restrictions but the price was too good to pass up. Thanks OP!

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    It was 13 kilos

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    Buy now for 9 months time #coronababy

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    want one but no more in stock, anyone changed their mind and want to sell , let me know.

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    I might not have any need for it. It hasn't been delivered yet though…
    I got the pram and the capsule, hoping to have a full system, though I there aren't ANY arlo adapters available around Australia for me to put the capsule onto the pram.
    And I'm not looking for a regular pram at the moment.

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