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Hello Kirsty - The original Maxi Cosi Priori carseat was discontinued in the UK some time ago and replacement polystyrene inserts for this product are no longer available. If it is a Maxi Cosi Priori SPS, XP or Fix model, you can purchase replacement polystyrenes via your local Maxi Cosi retailer or direct from the customer service department on 01284 413 141 Mon-Fri 8.30-4.30.
The original Maxi Cosi Priori carseat has been discontinued in the UK for some years and it is no longer recommended for use as in the UK it is at least 5 years old. We recommend that a carseat is replaced once it is 5 years old as the plastics and polystyrenes which make the carseat safe will naturally degrade over time and in the event of an accident it may not provide the protection required. For this reason we are not able to provide spare part items in the UK for this product. If it is a Maxi Cosi Priori SPS, Priori XP or PrioriFix please contact customer services regarding this by going to www.maxi-cosi.com and selecting the country you're in for your message to be sent to the customer service department in your country.
It is not possible to buy replacement polystyrene for an original Maxi Cosi Priori as this seat was discontinued production many years ago and is now considered unsafe to use due to the age of the seat.
The 'Isofix guides' are available to buy from Dorel UK LTD (01842 767965) (See maxicosi website/customer services) for £7.99+P&P @ £3.99.
When I called (as one of mine is broken) they told me they are not essential to fit the car seat safely - they are simply 'guides' and if the actual forks on the seat are not damaged in anyway; not having the guides will not affect the car seat performance in any way.