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Britax Explora Isofix Car Seat - Zurich £137.99 (20% + 15% + 10% off)

£137.99 @ Boots
Use 10% code for this price !, extra 15% off for 2 days, + 20% off car seats + 3.5% Quidco Seems to be selling for £220 elsewhere ! An easy to use Isofix compatible car seat with added comfor…
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9y, 3m agoFound 9 years, 3 months ago
Use 10% code for this price !, extra 15% off for 2 days, + 20% off car seats + 3.5% Quidco


Seems to be selling for £220 elsewhere !

An easy to use Isofix compatible car seat with added comfort of our Ultra range covers and ease of our one hand adjusta fit system to cope with the needs of a growing child.

Suitable from 9-18kg (approx 9months - 4 years)
Optiimum side impact protection
Safe-Strap indicates when your child has been safely seated in their harness
ISOFIX system anchors the child seat directly to the car
Unique to Britax,"pivot link"; which reduces the movement of your child within the seat in the event of a crash
One hand Adjusta-Fit, simple and fast harness and headrest adjustment
Machine Washable
12 Months Warranty/Guarantee Period

Now £183.99 (Was £229.99)
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#2
Looks like a very good price for that particular seat. However, there's also this Britax Duo Isofix car seat for £140 before 4% Quidco. We got one recently and it seems a very good seat for the money. The Isofix makes it much easier to fit and move between cars.
#3
Thanks Deanos. Might be just the ticket for us.
#4
Ravelin
Looks like a very good price for that particular seat. However, there's also this Britax Duo Isofix car seat for £140 before 4% Quidco. We got one recently and it seems a very good seat for the money. The Isofix makes it much easier to fit and move between cars.


The Dou Plus is no where near as comfy as this seat, i know i went to Kiddicare yesterday to check them out :)

The padding is at least double, plus it has the safe strap indicators, it is the top of the range of the Britax Isofix seats, the Duo Plus dosent have the support leg either which makes it even safer,, not saying yours is unsfe it comes high in the Which tests , but for the same money its a wiser choice going for the better seat:thumbsup:
#5
Only thing putting me off a bit is that the Duo Plus we have now has very limited recline compared to, say, the Maxi Cosi equivalent.
#6
It says it has 4 reclines so should go back further
, the Duo has 3

I did look at the Maxi Cosi yesterday but again the padding was very poor compared to the Explora Ultra, the Bebe Conford Isofix did look very good but i cant find any crash info on these you also need a top tether in your car
#7
I want one and the baby isn't due for 6 months yet...
#8
Blimey mine arrived first thing this morning, quickest delivery ever from Boots :thumbsup:
#9
publicnme
I want one and the baby isn't due for 6 months yet...



Might be a bit early you cant use them until they are 9kg and able to sit upright unaided approx 12 months old,
#10
deanos
Might be a bit early you cant use them until they are 9kg and able to sit upright unaided approx 12 months old,


I know, but I still want one... obviously wouldn't put baby in it till appropriate but i just can't resisit a bargain and it looks sooo cool
#11
I've ordered this too: http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=122374

I just love it :-)
#12
publicnme
I know, but I still want one... obviously wouldn't put baby in it till appropriate but i just can't resisit a bargain and it looks sooo cool


Get one and then stick it in the loft , we dont need ours for a few months :thumbsup:
#13
Thanks for the heads up OP. With all the discounts about £125 bargainous spot. I can't seem to click on hot, is it me?
#14
abomb1969
Thanks for the heads up OP. With all the discounts about £125 bargainous spot. I can't seem to click on hot, is it me?


How does that figure break down ?
#15
Paid £137 less 4% on my capital one and also quidco 3%
#16
Dont forget Advantage card points too :thumbsup:
#17
I'll say one thing about this seat and it's not all that positive from our POV. The front to back depth is immense compared to our last one (Britax Duo Plus ISOFIX). In our current car - a Nissan Almera Tino - with this seat fixed in and the front seats as they were, there is zero 'leg drop' room for the tot in the EXPLORA as it touches the back of the front seat. This is a right pain as it looks like the front passenger will now have to contend with poor leg room to accomodate this seat behind them. Our rear seats don't move at all so the front will have to slide forward at least six inches. Anyone thinking of 'putting one of these in the loft for six months' would be wise to check the seat fits at all first.
#18
It's also worth doing a LOT of research to confirm that the seat is *approved* for use in your car. It's one thing for it to fit; it's another thing altogether for it to have been officially tested and approved for use in your car.

That's one of the Duo Plus's plus points - it has been tested and approved for a really wide range of cars, unlike most other makes and models. Also, you can fit a top tether kit to it if your car supports it, so it's attached to 3 points, as opposed to two with a brace leg.
#19
I've seen some of those lists of approved cars and they seem really out of date though and read reports online of people with unlisted vehicles saying that their seat fits fine. It's still a bit of a lottery.

Incidentally, I did check the Britax fit finder online for this EXPLORA seat and it said that a Nissan Almera is approved "where ISOFIX points are fitted". Ours is the Mini-MPV Tino version with ISOFIX anchors and, if i'm not very much mistaken, a tad more legroom front and back. So I thought there'd be no problem. I wonder just how stringent these so-called approval listings really are ?
#20
Pistol
It's also worth doing a LOT of research to confirm that the seat is *approved* for use in your car. It's one thing for it to fit; it's another thing altogether for it to have been officially tested and approved for use in your car.

That's one of the Duo Plus's plus points - it has been tested and approved for a really wide range of cars, unlike most other makes and models. Also, you can fit a top tether kit to it if your car supports it, so it's attached to 3 points, as opposed to two with a brace leg.


Thats the good thing about Britax they do test all there seats in a wide range of cars, not checked mine yet but will do later, it on the approved list
#21
how do you get it at for £137.99
#22
It says in the first post ;-)

Extra 15% now ended
#23
Flimber
I'll say one thing about this seat and it's not all that positive from our POV. The front to back depth is immense compared to our last one (Britax Duo Plus ISOFIX). In our current car - a Nissan Almera Tino - with this seat fixed in and the front seats as they were, there is zero 'leg drop' room for the tot in the EXPLORA as it touches the back of the front seat. This is a right pain as it looks like the front passenger will now have to contend with poor leg room to accomodate this seat behind them. Our rear seats don't move at all so the front will have to slide forward at least six inches. Anyone thinking of 'putting one of these in the loft for six months' would be wise to check the seat fits at all first.



Just checked in my Vectra C and it fits perfect, and loads of legroom left for them.

I guess as yours is not on the list it isnt approved, which is a shame as its a very good seat
#24
TBH, I think we'll get away with it just that the front passenger might feel a tad squeezed in compared to previously. Won't be able to check again until tomorrow now but I will look at it again.
#25
whats the best price now for this item,?
#26
Boots is still the cheapest at £195 , there may be some codes around to get 10% or extra points knocking around

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