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We have the mutsy traveller carseat.we are unsure how to put it and our child correctly in our car. we have lost the users manual

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My Child is jumping out of the Straps (even it's tight enough)


Children are copy-cats. They watch your every move so closely and repeat it to see what happens when they do it. You're aware of them doing it a lot of the time - many people avoid swearing in front of their children, some people don't like arguing in front of them, you allow them to see you using the loo and brushing your teeth by way of encouragement of what they need to learn.

So what about when they copy the bad stuff? Stuff that we, as parents, need to do, but stuff that they really shouldn't. Stuff like opening the oven, pouring boiling water from the kettle, opening the buckle of their harness on their carseat.

Well, it's down to parental guidance: "Don't touch the oven", "Don't play with the kettle", "Don't undo the carseat harness". Most often than not, you'll follow up that statement with a reason - "Don't touch the oven - it's hot, and it might burn you". It's the same with the carseat harness buckle - you have to provide a reason why it's important for them not to undo it.

There are various pages set up on the internet to help parents with techniques for discouraging children from undoing their carseat harness; Tips such as making it into a game, demonstrating to them how everyone must wear a seatbelt and explaining the importance for it on a level that the child can understand, whether they're a curious toddler or a bored six year old. In addition, distraction techniques can be helpful, and for younger children the Maxi Cosi PlayTray will fit onto all the Group 1 carseats in the range, providing not just entertainment but also making it more difficult to access the red release button.

The Maxi Cosi carseat range requires a pressure of 60 Newtons of force to open it. This is the maximum allowed under UK safety law so we can't make it any harder to undo. To make it more difficult for the child to undo the harness, always ensure that the harness is adjusted to the appropriate height for their shoulders (it should be no more than an inch above or below their shoulder height) and also check before every journey that the harness has been properly tensioned. You should only be able to fit 2 fingers between the childs chest and the harness once it is correctly tensioned as per the user manual. While the child may not like being restrained in the carseat harness, you aren't hurting them by ensuring it's correctly tightened before each journey, and you must remember in the event of an accident you want the harness to be nice and secure to prevent them flopping around in the carseat.
The harness must be completely released by a single, red push button. This is the universally recognised seatbelt and carseat release button, and in the event of an emergency if someone other than yourself needs to get the child out of the carseat quickly they need to be able to do so easily and without specific guidance from yourself on how to do it, so adding things to the harness is not advised and some additional chest clips are in fact not legal for use under UK law.

If you're on a long journey and the child falls asleep, you may find that the harness appears looser on them than it did when you first set off - this is as they've relaxed, and as the harness is not self-retracting like an adult seat belt it may become loose as their posture changes in the seat. In this event, if you were to have an accident at this point, the harness would prevent the child from moving any further forward from the position they were originally in; the carseat harness has not loosened off at all. In the event that you're concerned about the amount of additional gap when the child falls asleep, pull over when it is safe to do so and give the tensioner strap that extra pull to remove the slack. If you're not sure that you are able to fit the carseat and tension the harness correctly, please refer to the website for video demonstrations on fitting the carseat, or ask your local retailer for a refresher lesson in how to correctly fit and tension it.

These sites are worth having a look at if you encounter the issue of your child trying to get out of the harness, whether they are releasing the red button or attempting to slip out of the harness any other way:
http://www.childcarseats.org.uk/choosing/children_undoing_belts.htm
http://www.trafficclub.co.uk/
http://www.dft.gov.uk/think/education/early-years-and-primary/

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Why not to buy the Bugaboo wheelie board for your Bugaboo


Because the Mutsy one is better, safer and cheaper. Mutsy make a wheelie board that comes with an rubber adapter for the all the Bugaboo's except the Bee. The Mutsy is made from metal vs Bugaboo's Plastic. The Mutsy has simply finger operated locks to take on and off vs having to virtually turn the Bugaboo upside down to get it off or on. The Mutsy has an adjustable length and a flat deck with no protrusions vs the Bugaboos fixed length and a massive protrusion in the deck. The Mutsy wheel is directly under the child putting less weight on the stroller vs the Bugaboo's wheel being behind the child putting half their weight on the stroller. And the clincher! It's half the price! Go try one out.

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Once removed how do you replace the cover and put the strap back correctly for rear facing maxi-cosi car seat?


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Instructions for replacing your fabrics are in your Maxi Cosi CabrioFix user manual. If you no longer have your user manual you can download another copy at www.maxi-cosi.com and selecting the CabrioFix carseat. Above the product image you will see a tab to download a user manual.

If you have removed the harness from the carseat completely this carseat needs to be sent to our engineers for them to re-thread the harness. Due to the safety implications of this being done incorrectly we cannot recommend that this is done by anyone else. The standard charge is £50 and this would include courier delivery service of the carseat back to your address. In addition you will need to make arrangements and cover costs for a courier delivery service of the carseat into our engineers.

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The car seat for baby has very short harness straps. Where can I order an extantion for harness straps?


There is no such thing as an extension for a carseat harness - it would be unsafe. The carseat harness has ample length for your child but will require extending as per the user manual to fit around the child safely.

Sep 28, 2010 | Maxi-Cosi Priori

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Raincover?


have you got the right cover as it simply goers all over the pram with the opening facing child as for it fitting ther duo unsure il get back to you on that

May 16, 2009 | Mutsy Urban Rider College Orange Standard...

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Mutsy traveller car seat


Hi

We have the same problem!!

You can download the manual in PDF from this www:
http://www.mutsy.nl/products/traveller/technical

But, you need to register first, and know the serial **- which we CAN'T READ!
The serial ** supposed to be on a white sticker at the bottom of a product.. but I can't read it, so we can't register!

If you will register, is it possible to forward the manual to us?? I'm really worried about fixing the car seat with the pictures at the back of it, cos I also think it shouldn't be so loose..

Here's my e-mail:
anjako.com@gmail.com

Hoper this help
RGDS
Anna

Feb 16, 2008 | Baby Gear

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Reassembly of carseat


Here's something you can read... Please dont forget your rating...thanks.
http://www.coscojuvenile.com/instructions.asp

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Mutsy


Hi guys, I had this problem when I first got my urban rider - the trick is to put the seat on correctly in the first place. If you look under the front of the seat (when seat is facing away from mum/dad) you'll see 2 plastic hooks - these need to be hooked over the first horizontal bar of three that you can see (it has a small black plastic nobbly bit on it) then, as you were doing, push the handle and pull the 'tube' on the left. If the seat is facing you (child travelling backwards) it won't fold, neither will it fold with the carry cot attached.
Hope this helps! Tegans mum x

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