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BeSafe izi combi x4 group 0,1 car seat. Only £34.99 @ kiddicare.

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90% price drop on the besafe car seat. Rrp £349.99. Colour black is only available on deal. Delivery in 3-4 weeks. Read More
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90% price drop on the besafe car seat. Rrp £349.99. Colour black is only available on deal. Delivery in 3-4 weeks.
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#1
Surely a misprice but have ordered with fingers crossed :)
#2
juliedobson1
Surely a misprice but have ordered with fingers crossed :)

ditto
#3
Same! :D
#4
Make that 5 of us X)
#5
Thanks for posting what a great find. Has anyone seen any reviews?
#6
Wow I hope this arrives! I been wanting to get a rear facing seat but just couldn't afford one. Here's hoping! Thanks very much!
#7
Ordered, are you required to have an ISO fix base?
1 Like #8
No it doesn't need an isofix base.
#9
Thank you, my car has the ISO fix clips so I'm assuming I'd be okay to connect this to it?
#10
Ordered 2 for my twin Grandsons doubt I will get them but thank you for posting.
#11
Yes the seat will fit straight to the anchor points.
#12
Ordered! I know nothing about prams, chairs or ISO fixes! All I know is that my boy is due on the 1st December. I hope this fits straight into our car, it has those ISO fix thingys on the back seat ready for fitting. Will this work?
#13
make sure you don't have underfloor storage if it has a leg if you do then check your manual to see if it's strong enough to support the leg, and is fix rear facing belt fix forward! What's that about! I want 1 that isofixes both ways!
1 Like #14
chrismiddleton895
Ordered! I know nothing about prams, chairs or ISO fixes! All I know is that my boy is due on the 1st December. I hope this fits straight into our car, it has those ISO fix thingys on the back seat ready for fitting. Will this work?


Same boat as me lol! Mines due on the 15th but couldn't resist hitting purchase on this offer.
#15
s9stevo1
chrismiddleton895
Ordered! I know nothing about prams, chairs or ISO fixes! All I know is that my boy is due on the 1st December. I hope this fits straight into our car, it has those ISO fix thingys on the back seat ready for fitting. Will this work?


Same boat as me lol! Mines due on the 15th but couldn't resist hitting purchase on this offer.


All the best to you fella!
1 Like #16
chrismiddleton895
Ordered! I know nothing about prams, chairs or ISO fixes! All I know is that my boy is due on the 1st December. I hope this fits straight into our car, it has those ISO fix thingys on the back seat ready for fitting. Will this work?


You may find that you'll want to get a removable seat in the early stages & then move onto this one at about 9 months. Newborns wake easily & being able to lift them out while still strapped in is a godsend
1 Like #17
taker920
chrismiddleton895
Ordered! I know nothing about prams, chairs or ISO fixes! All I know is that my boy is due on the 1st December. I hope this fits straight into our car, it has those ISO fix thingys on the back seat ready for fitting. Will this work?


You may find that you'll want to get a removable seat in the early stages & then move onto this one at about 9 months. Newborns wake easily & being able to lift them out while still strapped in is a godsend


Totally agree! My little one is nearly 9 months and is still in his carry car seat although I kind of have to drag him as he is heavy but still under the 29lb requirement. Also if you have a sleeping baby there is no way you will want to wake them to take them in and out of the car so make sure you have car seat adaptors for the pram for if you are just nipping in and out of places. Good luck with the new arrivals :)
#18
Worth a punt. I doubt it'll be honoured but a few might slip through the net! If we get it brilliant we've got a decent car seat for the new babe when they arrive and will give the slightly less decent one to grandparents. If not then oh well nothing ventured nothing gained.
#19
350? Yeah right. Do you really believe in RRP? Lol

Edited By: lucyferror on Aug 04, 2016 01:02
1 Like #20
lucyferror
350? Yeah right. Do you really believe in RRP? Lol

Every where else I have looked is selling it for £350... so yeah guess a one second google says the RRP is correct.

Edited By: m0nkeymrs01 on Aug 04, 2016 01:10
#21
candleslisapartylite
Wow I hope this arrives! I been wanting to get a rear facing seat but just couldn't afford one. Here's hoping! Thanks very much!

If this doesn't work, have you looked at the joie tilt? That rear faces until 18kg also, is compact enough for smaller cars and is usually between £60-£70. Bargain price and safe! :)
#22
m0nkeymrs01
lucyferror
350? Yeah right. Do you really believe in RRP? Lol
Every where else I have looked is selling it for £350... so yeah guess a one second google says the RRP is correct.
Don't believe everything what you read. Google is as trusted as Google maps lol
#23
ordered one too!
#24
Couldn't help myself, ordered.
#25
I can't order because I'm in Northern Ireland :( but code ISPY seems to work for further £5 off
1 Like #26
Thanks for the code but £2.99 for delivery.
#27
Clearly a price error, but ordered in hope they will honour. Good luck everyone!
#28
Thanks!
#29
Ordered worth a try, thank you op

Edited By: emmar2007 on Aug 04, 2016 07:54: Typo
#30
We have this seat (paid full price). It's a great seat and fixes in the car easily although it is heavy. It has a support leg so make sure your car floor is able to support it if you have under seat storage. Highly recommended.
#31
lucyferror
m0nkeymrs01
lucyferror
350? Yeah right. Do you really believe in RRP? Lol
Every where else I have looked is selling it for £350... so yeah guess a one second google says the RRP is correct.
Don't believe everything what you read. Google is as trusted as Google maps lol

we paid close on £300 for ours 4 years ago and they've definitely gone up in price since then
#32
chinadoll08
make sure you don't have underfloor storage if it has a leg if you do then check your manual to see if it's strong enough to support the leg, and is fix rear facing belt fix forward! What's that about! I want 1 that isofixes both ways!

besafe are one of the few manufacturers that have tested and allow the use of their seats' support legs with filled underfloor storage boxes.
It rear faces until 18kg (when you can move LO to a high backed booster) so there's no reason to turn it forward facing.
#33
ordered thanks OP. thanks for code rosebery x 5% cb with quidco :)

Edited By: willowwispy on Aug 04, 2016 07:23: spelling error
#34
My youngest had this car seat and yes it was very expensive but worth it, very well made and safe!
#35
Great for my car as a spare. Really hope this is honoured. Bargain!
#36
Worth a try, needing another for the grandparents car
#37
Superb find. Ordered 2.
#38
chinadoll08
make sure you don't have underfloor storage if it has a leg if you do then check your manual to see if it's strong enough to support the leg, and is fix rear facing belt fix forward! What's that about! I want 1 that isofixes both ways!


Nothing wrong with using the seatbelt. It's just as safe. ISOFIX was only developed as a simpler way to fit child seats, not a safer one.
#39
andreah903
chinadoll08
make sure you don't have underfloor storage if it has a leg if you do then check your manual to see if it's strong enough to support the leg, and is fix rear facing belt fix forward! What's that about! I want 1 that isofixes both ways!
Nothing wrong with using the seatbelt. It's just as safe. ISOFIX was only developed as a simpler way to fit child seats, not a safer one.
No it isn't, it really really isn't.
2 Likes #40
andreah903
chinadoll08
make sure you don't have underfloor storage if it has a leg if you do then check your manual to see if it's strong enough to support the leg, and is fix rear facing belt fix forward! What's that about! I want 1 that isofixes both ways!
Nothing wrong with using the seatbelt. It's just as safe. ISOFIX was only developed as a simpler way to fit child seats, not a safer one.

Nothing wrong with seat belt assuming it's fitted correctly. In research 80% of belted car seats are fitted incorrectly. Because ISOFIX is easier to install it makes it safer by design! This is reflected in the fact that ISOFIX is standard in the new i-Size legislation.

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