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    Has anyone here used the JJ Cole Bundleme carseat cover? How do you like it?

    Can you leave it on while driving? I'm debating on one for Cole because it is already coooooold here!

    Thanks in advance.
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    I had a friend use it or one like it a few years ago on her babies. But i have heard that you are suppose to use it while the car is cool/cold and once warm remove so they don't overheat.



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    If it's the shower curtain type of cover, it's fine to use. If it's the one that goes in the actual car seat, no it's never recommended to use.

    This one is fine
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    Thank you guys!

    It is the curtain type so I think I'm going to go ahead and order one.
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    Thank you guys!

    It is the curtain type so I think I'm going to go ahead and order one.

    Yeah those are fine! We used the jolly jumper one for the girls- def keeps them warm!
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    Quote Originally Posted by airmanssweetie View Post
    If it's the shower curtain type of cover, it's fine to use. If it's the one that goes in the actual car seat, no it's never recommended to use.

    This one is fine
    This is the exact one I use. Just be sure not too many layers of clothing. Even at -40 Emma had on one layer and a jacket and was hot to the touch. She actually sweats under it when its like +30 or higher



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    We use the kind that sits inside the carseat...
    I leave it on. I unzip it and fold the flap down while driving. I love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serpentine View Post
    We use the kind that sits inside the carseat...
    I leave it on. I unzip it and fold the flap down while driving. I love it.
    The problem with using something that sits in the car seat is that it messes with the straps tightness and it voids the carseat's warranty because it's an after-market product.

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