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      11-23-2012, 11:35 PM   #29
Silvertige
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Originally Posted by two+2 View Post
I disagree, the britax does fit fine - although my wife is not exactly what you would categorize as 'amazon'. I have 2 kids, 2.5yrs and a 11month old. Fit a britax (for the older one) and a Peg Perago rear facing for the younger in the back of the e92.

Yea, a little bit of a pain to setup but for the occasional weekend trips with the family its worth it. Congrats on the new baby and cheers to all the folks making an //M3 work with small children.

http://flic.kr/p/dvEqPU
I'm talking about the Britax infant carrier. The traditional Britax child seat is, of course, fine, just like any other child seat. The Britax infant carrier is huge due to an extra bar that they've added to help prevent rebound from a back end crash. Your peg perego doesn't have that which is why it works. I have a 4 and 2 year old. It does get even easier with boosters.

http://www.britaxusa.com/car-seats/chaperone
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