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Where can I buy a new shell and newborn headhugger for a maxi-cosi cabriofix?

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Hi Claire - When we say the 'shell' of a carseat we mean the black plastic carseat itself, without polystyrene or fabrics: This is not available as a spare part item to purchase.
The newborn headhugger is not available as a seperate spare part item. It comes as part of a complete replacement fabric set which is RRP 60GBP and can be ordered via your local Maxi Cosi retailer or direct from the customer service department on 01284 413 141 Mon-Fri 8.30-4.30. If purchased direct there is p+p charge of 3.99GBP additional.

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Changing from newborn to three months old. removed head hugger but do i need to put the booster cushion part in?


Good Afternoon

At three months old your baby is not ready to have the headhugger removed. You should remove the lumbar support cushion from the bottom of the headhugger to provide additional space now that baby is 3 months old, but replace the headhugger without the additional lumbar support cushion. The headhugger is designed to protect vulnerable neck and spinal muscle in a side to side collision and should not be removed until baby can confidently sit up unaided - this is normally between 6 and 9 months old.

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I've lost the head rest and back support foam. Where can I buy a new one?


Good Afternoon

The headhugger/lumbar support wedge are not available as a seperate spare part item from Maxi Cosi. They come as part of the complete replacement fabric set for the CabrioFix carseat.

If you're in the UK you can order the complete replacement fabric set via your local Maxi Cosi retailer or direct with the customer service department on 01284 413 141 Mon-Fri 8.30-4.30. The RRP is £39.99 and if you purchase direct cost will be RRP plus £3.99 p+p.

If you're outside the UK please go to www.maxi-cosi.com and select the country you're in, then use "Contact Us" to enquire about availability and costs from the customer service department in your country.

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Do you know where I can get a replacement filling block to make it flatter for a newborn in the maxi cosi infant seat?


Good Afternoon

The lumbar support wedge (the sponge section to sit under the newborn) is not available as a seperate spare part item.

To obtain a replacement, you'd need to purchase an entire replacement fabric set, and the lumbar support wedge comes as part of the headhugger.

If you're in the UK, please go to your nearest Maxi Cosi retailer to ask them to order the fabrics on your behalf.

If you're not in the UK please go to www.maxi-cosi.com and use the "Contact Us" tab to get in touch with the customer service department in your area and ask them for availability and costs on replacement.

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Hello i would like to know where i can purchase a (side) head protector on the maxi cosi car seat please


Hi - The headhugger section of the Maxi Cosi CabrioFix carseat is not available as a spare part item. It comes as part of the complete fabric set which can be ordered via your local Maxi Cosi retailer or direct from the customer services department on 01284 413 141 Mon-Fri 8.30-4.30. RRP is 60GBP and if ordered direct there is 3.99GBP p+p additional. Alternatively if it is the internal polystyrene you require this is RRP 25GBP.

Feb 19, 2011 | Maxi-Cosi CabrioFix (Black Reflection)...

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Lost my straps for maxi cosi cabrio carseat, can i buy new ones and install myself?


hi yes you can do it yourself easy to do if you in the uk
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Maxi-Cosi-Cabriofix-Car-Seat-Group-0-Harness-/120640170048?pt=UK_Baby_BabyCarSeatAccessories_SM&hash=item1c16b6e840

or contact maxi cosi direct this is for the uk
http://www.maxi-cosi.com/gb-en/contact


if you need for another country please let me know

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Ive got a maxi cosi cabrio fix - i washed the headhugger/bottom support cushion that comes out (for when they are tiny) and the material has torn and the foam inner has come out - can i get a replacement...


Hi,

It is normal for the headhugger to be attached to a peice of fabric lower down that contains the newborn foam cushion, this fabric is usually open so that the foam can be removed for washing.
If you want to purchase a new part, contact the link below, who will be able to assist.

http://www.maxi-cosi.com/maxicosi/forms/contact.aspx?mode=contact&language=gb-en

I hope this helps.

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My daughter is only 18lb's but seems too tall for the maxi cosi cabriofix. when can she move in to her maxi cosi axiss???


Hi,

You should keep your child in her Cabrio carseat unless she exceeds 13kg OR her head is higher than the back of the carseat. Make sure that you have removed the newborn support and head hugger too as this can free up a lot of space.
If she is too tall for the Cabrio and is at least 9kg and can sit un-aided for 20 mins, she can move up to the next seat (group 1), this would be the axiss.

I hope this helps.

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Broken handle


Hi,

If you contact www.maxi-cosi.com they should be able to advise althought I fear that you will have to buy a replacement car seat shell as I am not confident that just the handle can be replaced.

I hope this helps.

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Need a head and back support cussion for my black cabriofix


Hi,

If you contact www.maxi-cosi.com you will be able to purchase the parts from the supplier.

I hope this helps.

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