My daughter is only 15 months old but already the harness is tight if she has a coat and the footmuff on. I have been advised that you can get a 2nd stage seat cover with harness extensions. Can anyyone tell me where i can get these from?
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Hi, to fit the footmuff, you need to undo the straps which can be done right at the top shoulder bit. Once this done you then thread the harness through the side holes on each side of the footmuff, then through the top hole & re-attatch harness to pushchair. All that is left to do it push the **** strap though the bottom of the footmuff. Hope this is of help to you. Regards Marie
I would first suggest that you undo the zip on the front of the footmuff. At the top of the stroller shoulder harness, there are pads, underneath the pads you will see a metal hook, undo this to release the straps so that you can then put the footmuff on.
I hope that made sense!
I had this problem and phoned Dorell to complain. Apparently the new models have a 2nd stage seat that you use from 18 months. I have a 2007 model so I did not get this. Dorell the makers of the Quinny said that the company that I bought my Quinny from can order one from Dorell. So I went into Mothercare. It was a very long drawn out experience but my XL Seat Fabric arrived yesterday after 3 months. Also if you ask Dorell ( you can get the number from the Quinny website- should be a London number) they will send you some strap extenders for free. Hope this helps.
hey it took me a while to figure it out, at the top of the padded shoulder straps at the back if you feel with your fingers you will find a popper fastening you have to pull it so that it comes away then you should be able to find that the harness is attatched by a loop, take that off and then with the harness unattatched you can thread the slits of the footmuff through and then reattatch it all including the padded shoulder straps, i took mine apart today because my daughter has outgrown the comfort cushion so i took it off after realising there was a bigger seat unit undernath it i bet not alot of people know you can do this, anyhow, by adding the footmuff it makes it alot more padded and cosyier hope that helps!