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We've been trying to find a good combination car seat that will keep our baby rear facing for as long as possible as much safer. This looks to be one of the best out there just now but at £340 was quite a lot...now down to £272 with 20% off deal.

Lots of great features but mainly Rearward facing from birth to 18kg/40lbs (approx 4 years) allows you to keep your child rearward facing even longer .

Choose rearward facing or forward facing for your child from 9 (20lbs) - 18kg (40lbs) (approx 9 months to 4 years) - offers you the choice of position that best fits you and your child.

Available in different colours too, blue red and grape.


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kozyavka#1
Interesting but expensive!
onepinkbit#2
What price peace of mind? This is a good find
R6Nick#3
True it is a lot, but my argument was if I can justify more than that on a tv etc I can for the safety of my wee boy.

It does isofix rear and forward facing which is not very common and can stay rer facing for longer than a lot of other seats.

Oh but make sure you check it fits your car at http://fitfinder.britax.co.uk/

It doesn't fit in our Qashqai for example (despite me assuming it would as big car) but we are changing shortly so will do our next car.
glasgowgirl#4
Good price!
jo04112#5
this was probably cheaper before the 20% off. a few people have commented mothercare have done a homebase and increased their prices!
R6Nick#6
Cheapest I can see elsewhere is £322
fender_gurl#7
Unfortunately most of the extended rear facing seat are isofix only, there are only a few for those who don't have isofix! Good price though
superbuyer#8
Would like to know how you lift a 3 yr old in and out of a rear facing?
ellie27#9
Rear-facing til 18 kg is ideal but I have 2 extended rear-facing seats, one Britax and one Maxi-Cosi and got them both for £199 each so I would vote cold on this one due to price.

However, I am voting HOT as it is very rare to have extended rear facing seats on HUKD and I am all for rear facing!!
ellie27#10
fender_gurl
Unfortunately most of the extended rear facing seat are isofix only, there are only a few for those who don't have isofix! Good price though

Both my extended rear-facing seats are not isofix - Britax Max-way and Maxi Cosi Mobi.
ellie27#11
superbuyer
Would like to know how you lift a 3 yr old in and out of a rear facing?

Same way you lift a 3 yr old into a forward facing seat?? Lifting them in is just same, its them getting in themselves that is more difficult should they want to try climb up themselves.

My 4 yr old and 2 yr old are still rear-facing - have from birth so its the norm for them!
laurieleigh#12
superbuyer
Would like to know how you lift a 3 yr old in and out of a rear facing?
probably more easily than lifting them into a ff seat! the way that (most) car doors open allow easier access to a rf seat than a ff seat. my 2 year old climbs into her seat anyway and then i just clip her in.
laurieleigh#13
fender_gurl
Unfortunately most of the extended rear facing seat are isofix only, there are only a few for those who don't have isofix! Good price though
we've got a belt-fixed BeSafe seat... I'm sure there's just as many options for belt-fixed erf seats as there are ISOfix.
R6Nick#14
laurieleigh
superbuyer
Would like to know how you lift a 3 yr old in and out of a rear facing?
probably more easily than lifting them into a ff seat! the way that (most) car doors open allow easier access to a rf seat than a ff seat. my 2 year old climbs into her seat anyway and then i just clip her in.

You can rotate this seat to face you when putting child in, then rotate back to forward or rearward position
heidipiedy#15
jo04112
this was probably cheaper before the 20% off. a few people have commented mothercare have done a homebase and increased their prices!

Its been at this price for ages - been looking for a deal like this on a rear facing seat for a few months as our little one is getting to max size for his cabriofix - Can you not get 5.25% Cashback too with Topcashback??? Makes it a great price, with or without anyway.

Just need to pop into store to see if it fits our Vectra - slightly worried it wont!

Voted hot!!
laurieleigh#16
heidipiedy
jo04112
this was probably cheaper before the 20% off. a few people have commented mothercare have done a homebase and increased their prices!

Its been at this price for ages - been looking for a deal like this on a rear facing seat for a few months as our little one is getting to max size for his cabriofix - Can you not get 5.25% Cashback too with Topcashback??? Makes it a great price, with or without anyway.

Just need to pop into store to see if it fits our Vectra - slightly worried it wont!

Voted hot!!

have you had a look on Britax's fit finder?... that will give you an idea if it does or not to start with.
R6Nick#17
heidipiedy
jo04112
this was probably cheaper before the 20% off. a few people have commented mothercare have done a homebase and increased their prices!

Its been at this price for ages - been looking for a deal like this on a rear facing seat for a few months as our little one is getting to max size for his cabriofix - Can you not get 5.25% Cashback too with Topcashback??? Makes it a great price, with or without anyway.

Just need to pop into store to see if it fits our Vectra - slightly worried it wont!

Voted hot!!

It was up at £340 last weekend when we went to try him in it
heidipiedy#18
have you had a look on Britax's fit finder?... that will give you an idea if it does or not to start with.[/quote]
laurieleigh
heidipiedy
jo04112
this was probably cheaper before the 20% off. a few people have commented mothercare have done a homebase and increased their prices!

Its been at this price for ages - been looking for a deal like this on a rear facing seat for a few months as our little one is getting to max size for his cabriofix - Can you not get 5.25% Cashback too with Topcashback??? Makes it a great price, with or without anyway.

Just need to pop into store to see if it fits our Vectra - slightly worried it wont!

Voted hot!!
have you had a look on Britax's fit finder?... that will give you an idea if it does or not to start with.

We have and its not listed but we were told to pop into mothercare and get them to try it in the car. A friends car wasn't listed but it fits hers!
jo04112#19
unfortunatly for me the car seat i was looking at went from £100 to £125.
fender_gurl#20
laurieleigh
fender_gurl
Unfortunately most of the extended rear facing seat are isofix only, there are only a few for those who don't have isofix! Good price though
we've got a belt-fixed BeSafe seat... I'm sure there's just as many options for belt-fixed erf seats as there are ISOfix.

If that's the case I take my comment back, when I last looked there was not much choice except in isofix

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