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Win a

Maxi-Cosi Opal

A group 0+/1 car seat that can be used from birth until your child is three and a half years

The Maxi-Cosi Opal is a unique car seat providing a high level of comfort and safety from birth to three and a half years, while still being straightforward to install and use. The unique two-position base allows the seat belt routing to be the same whether the seat is in its rearward-facing position or forward-facing position - making it much easier to strap in than many other car seats! Don’t feel forced into a forward-facing car seat too early - the Opal is a great transitional seat for longer, larger and faster growing children. The base is designed with a tilt at the optimal angle - giving your baby maximum leg room in its rearward facing position to enjoy maximum

safety for longer. When forward facing, the MaxiCosi Opal offers even greater flexibility with five reclining positions from sitting to sleeping while still maintaining optimum protection. The large padded support pillow included will keep your newborn as comfortable For your chance to win, use the questions, and snug as below, to fill out the crossword. The coloured possible, and squares are an anagram of a word linked to Maxi-Cosi. as they grow the Once you’ve worked that out, email your answer to height and width with the subject can be adjusted. line ‘Maxi-Cosi’, or post it to: Competitions, Flat 2, 2a Brook Once the baby in your care is truly Street, Worcester, WR1 1JB. ready for the forward facing position the car seat can Don’t forget to include your name and address. The turn on its base to be used as a forward facing car competition closes on October 31st 2011 and the first correct seat, until your child is approximately 18kg. entry drawn on this date will win the prize. RRP: £220



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How many words can you make using the letters in the box below? You can only use each letter once, but they can be used in any order. There is at least one nine-letter word to be found!





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