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Basic Child Booster Car Seat £4.99 @ Aldi

£4.99 @ ALDI
This is basic child ooster seat and more details below. - Comes with Manufacturer's 3 Years Guarantee - ECE Group II/III from 15 to 36 KG - 2 MM Foam - Hand Washable Cover Read More
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This is basic child ooster seat and more details below.

- Comes with Manufacturer's 3 Years Guarantee
- ECE Group II/III from 15 to 36 KG
- 2 MM Foam
- Hand Washable Cover
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#1
You get what you pay for with these seats....personally wouldn't entrust my kids' lives with one of these!

If anyone is going to buy a bog standard booster seat (not high back type), then please at least get one with the strap at the back that allows you to correctly position the seat belt at shoulder so that it doesn't cut against your child's neck in the event of an accident.

These should only be used for older kids.....personally wish they'd ban them as they offer virtually zero protection in a crash.
#2
Yup! I agree what you said and I would prefer to use this as extra child seat in need when driving in town but srely not on motorways.

But dealwise it does not look bad ! :)
#3
But you can have just as serious an accident driving round town as you could have on a motorway.......

I wouldn't touch it but appreciate there are some that would becos' of the cost.
#4
i saw these a couple of days ago. They looked reasonable until you feel them. They are rock hard plastic with a colourful cover on them. Personally I would give them a miss.
#5
As said they are good for older children. As children should be in car seats until age 11now(depending on weight) they do get embarrassed if seen by their friends as many older children do not even have booster seats and think its for 'babies'. It was something my children didn't have a say on though, their safety came first.
#6
One area that I wouldn't want to skimp is a child's booster seat.
If the money saving means less protection and/or less comfort then it's not worth the money, whatever the saving.
#7
hukd_Updater
Yup! I agree what you said and I would prefer to use this as extra child seat in need when driving in town but srely not on motorways.

But dealwise it does not look bad ! :)


Surely cheap booster seats could be deemed safer on the motorway where impacts are usually rear or side impacts and impact velocity is lower. Even with a back fitted to the seat it is unlikely to prevent the head hitting a window when thrown around.
In town impacts are more likely to be head on, in which case the safest seats are rear facing. This is what infuriates me in this country, try finding a rear facing seat for a 5 year old. In America these are available. I also can't believe that in this age of health and safety all passengers aren't restrained by 5-point harnesses (if you retrofit them it bumps up your insurance)
#8
Saw these instore. Fine for popping into town or any very short journey - but with the minimal 2mm of foam on plastic they will be very uncomfortable for any more than 10 minutes travel.
#9
I can't belive that in this country that kids are allowed to travel in a car seat in the front seat. Absolutely crazy but I guess this isn't a nanny state, or so everyone keeps telling me!
#10
Obiwan
I can't belive that in this country that kids are allowed to travel in a car seat in the front seat. Absolutely crazy but I guess this isn't a nanny state, or so everyone keeps telling me!


Really don't understand this, all the areas of a car have different vulnerabilities depending on where you get hit, if you get hit in the rear then anyone in the front is going to be the safer and vice versa so not really sure what you're getting at there.

We have our son in the front with me simple because the belts aren't long enough for his seat in the back (as it's one of the larger comfier and safer seat costing about £200) my older boy sits in the back as his seat fits and the younger one will go in the back when he goes into a later stage seat.

As for the cheapness of these seats you've got to remember that these must have passed some safety testing at least
#11
we got one so we can keep hold of it for when DD goes to stay at peoples houses and they want to nip out!
too uncomfortable to use for anything longer though!
#12
Great for using at the the dinner table, (thats if you use it as opposed to sitting them in front of the telly to eat! )
#13
Rich44
Really don't understand this, all the areas of a car have different vulnerabilities depending on where you get hit, if you get hit in the rear then anyone in the front is going to be the safer and vice versa so not really sure what you're getting at there.

We have our son in the front with me simple because the belts aren't long enough for his seat in the back (as it's one of the larger comfier and safer seat costing about £200) my older boy sits in the back as his seat fits and the younger one will go in the back when he goes into a later stage seat.

As for the cheapness of these seats you've got to remember that these must have passed some safety testing at least


I agree with you on the front seat thing, I had my son in the front with me when he was a baby as I didn't have an airbag. Personally I think it would be better to outlaw seats such as this.

The minimum safety testing for a carseat is not particularly rigourous. Seats are tested at about 30mph on a test-bench and are not tested at all for side impacts. Having seen how a poor carseat performs in the Which trials I would not use one unless there was no other option.

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