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Safety 1st Explorer Travel System - Redbrook

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Safety 1st Explorer Travel System - Redbrook
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  • Designer 22 infant car seat with ProTech energy absorbing EPP foam
  • Adjustable stay-in-car base
  • 1-hand fold ?n stand stroller
  • 3 section, 3-position canopy
  • Infinite position recline
  • Oversized spring-down storage basket
  • Premium reversible stroller seat pad


$193.61 $174.25
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 11 February, 2009.

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