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Britax Romer Duo Plus Isofix Forward Facing Car Seat £80.99 using code @ Amazon

£80.99 @ Amazon
RRP £225 Use Amazon prime code BABYGC16 for £15 off £60 spend on baby items to get it to £80.99 Best price I've seen for this group 1 (9kg -18kg) car seat by far! I thought it was good the other… Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
RRP £225

Use Amazon prime code BABYGC16 for £15 off £60 spend on baby items to get it to £80.99

Best price I've seen for this group 1 (9kg -18kg) car seat by far! I thought it was good the other week at £120 so ordered another. Good car seat brand with good reviews. Black colour only.
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1 Like #2
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
#3
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
Seriously!? Up to 4 year old in a rear facing seat!?
#4
mistermoleymole
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
Seriously!? Up to 4 year old in a rear facing seat!?

Yes, my almost 7 year old is still rear facing and has done so since birth. Extended rear facing is not a new thing.... its just the UK are quite a bit behind other European countries in their laws regarding child car safety.
#5
mistermoleymole
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
Seriously!? Up to 4 year old in a rear facing seat!?
Yep
#6
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.

What do you recommend? That is ISO Fix and rear facing.
1 Like #7
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.

This a deal for this product not a debate on which is safest. Sure go ahead and buy a rear facing one if you have the room in your car and the extra money it costs. For those who don't, a forward facing seat which has still passed safety standards may be a better option.
#8
Robb104
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
This a deal for this product not a debate on which is safest. Sure go ahead and buy a rear facing one if you have the room in your car and the extra money it costs. For those who don't, a forward facing seat which has still passed safety standards may be a better option.

I have a (small) Astra hatchback with 2 rear-facing seats in the back, and often you can get a rear facing seat for under £120.
#9
ellie27
Robb104
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
This a deal for this product not a debate on which is safest. Sure go ahead and buy a rear facing one if you have the room in your car and the extra money it costs. For those who don't, a forward facing seat which has still passed safety standards may be a better option.
I have a (small) Astra hatchback with 2 rear-facing seats in the back, and often you can get a rear facing seat for under £120.

Do you have links to deals then for those who wish to buy rear facing for under £120?
#10
Robb104
ellie27
Robb104
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
This a deal for this product not a debate on which is safest. Sure go ahead and buy a rear facing one if you have the room in your car and the extra money it costs. For those who don't, a forward facing seat which has still passed safety standards may be a better option.
I have a (small) Astra hatchback with 2 rear-facing seats in the back, and often you can get a rear facing seat for under £120.
Do you have links to deals then for those who wish to buy rear facing for under £120?
What brand and model is the rear facing ISO Fix version you have?
1 Like #11
ellie27
mistermoleymole
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
Seriously!? Up to 4 year old in a rear facing seat!?
Yes, my almost 7 year old is still rear facing and has done so since birth. Extended rear facing is not a new thing.... its just the UK are quite a bit behind other European countries in their laws regarding child car safety.

Up to 7 years? How far must the seat go back to accommodate this and where do the child's legs go???
#12
if you haven't got room for a rear facing seat then its likely that you won't have room for ANY seat! forward facing seats need a minimum gap between child's head and the back of the front car seat to avoid them impacting on it in the event of an accident.
#13
Robb104

Do you have links to deals then for those who wish to buy rear facing for under £120?

Hauk varioguard £105 (with the £15 off Amazon code)

There are many belted rear facing seats that are as safe as Isofix as long as they are fitted properly and



Edited By: ellie27 on Dec 07, 2016 14:06: .
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ellie27
Robb104

Do you have links to deals then for those who wish to buy rear facing for under £120?
Hauk varioguard £105 (with the £15 off Amazon code)
There are many belted rear facing seats that are as safe as Isofix as long as they are fitted properly and
That's a really a dangerous Child Car Seat.
http://www.which.co.uk/news/2015/05/which-advice-dont-buy-hauck-varioguard-car-seat-404405/

"Which? is advising parents who own the Hauck Varioguard child car seat – and are using it with the base belted-in, forward-facing – to replace it. This seat was downgraded to our lowest test score of 0% following a failure in one of our key crash tests."
You should get this deal.

Edited By: Lucky88 on Dec 07, 2016 14:22
#15
Lucky88
ellie27
Robb104

Do you have links to deals then for those who wish to buy rear facing for under £120?
Hauk varioguard £105 (with the £15 off Amazon code)
There are many belted rear facing seats that are as safe as Isofix as long as they are fitted properly and
That's a really a dangerous Child Car Seat.http://www.which.co.uk/news/2015/05/which-advice-dont-buy-hauck-varioguard-car-seat-404405/
"Which? is advising parents who own the Hauck Varioguard child car seat – and are using it with the base belted-in, forward-facing – to replace it. This seat was downgraded to our lowest test score of 0% following a failure in one of our key crash tests."
You should get this deal.

I do not have it, but saw that it was isofix rearfacing
Lucky88
ellie27
Robb104

Do you have links to deals then for those who wish to buy rear facing for under £120?
Hauk varioguard £105 (with the £15 off Amazon code)
There are many belted rear facing seats that are as safe as Isofix as long as they are fitted properly and
That's a really a dangerous Child Car Seat.http://www.which.co.uk/news/2015/05/which-advice-dont-buy-hauck-varioguard-car-seat-404405/
"Which? is advising parents who own the Hauck Varioguard child car seat – and are using it with the base belted-in, forward-facing – to replace it. This seat was downgraded to our lowest test score of 0% following a failure in one of our key crash tests."
You should get this deal.

Ah right, just goes to show you definitely need to do your own research before buying a child car seat. I do stand by rearfacing for as long as possible though.

If I remember rightly, Which? only test the forward facing part of the seat, they do not test rear-facing performance which is why the 'best' rear facing car seats on the market score so low!
#16
code doesnt work?
#17
Code works for me. However does anyone know if you can use this code for multiple orders? I need two csr seats.
#18
JmeBud
Code works for me. However does anyone know if you can use this code for multiple orders? I need two csr seats.

One time use unfortunately :(
#19
Robb104
ellie27
Robb104
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
This a deal for this product not a debate on which is safest. Sure go ahead and buy a rear facing one if you have the room in your car and the extra money it costs. For those who don't, a forward facing seat which has still passed safety standards may be a better option.
I have a (small) Astra hatchback with 2 rear-facing seats in the back, and often you can get a rear facing seat for under £120.

Do you have links to deals then for those who wish to buy rear facing for under £120?


http://www.preciouslittleone.com/joie/&filt=1944-103-/
Joie do a large range of ERF seats at reasonable prices... Tilt, Steadi and Stages are all sub £100; for a bit more they also do the iAnchor advance (which is isofix) for £148 and then there's the Every Stage (which will last until a seat is no longer needed) which is about £180.
The Hauck seat mentioned is also a good ERF seat, for anyone who feels they have to have an isofix seat, and that's regularly sub £100.
#20
Robb104
ellie27
mistermoleymole
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
Seriously!? Up to 4 year old in a rear facing seat!?
Yes, my almost 7 year old is still rear facing and has done so since birth. Extended rear facing is not a new thing.... its just the UK are quite a bit behind other European countries in their laws regarding child car safety.

Up to 7 years? How far must the seat go back to accommodate this and where do the child's legs go???


The seat doesn't need to move anywhere, the child just sits cross-legged. That's perfectly natural for a child. My 7 year old is over 25kgs now (that's the weight limit for rear facing) so she has a high backed booster and regularly complains about her legs aching on long journeys. We have to put a soft bag in the footwell of the car so she can rest her feet on that and take the pressure off her thighs. We never get a word of a complaint from our 4 1/2 year old younger daughter in her rear facing seat.
#21
mistermoleymole
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
Seriously!? Up to 4 year old in a rear facing seat!?


We are way behind in child seat safety in the uk. In Sweden children have been in rear facing seats since the late 1960's.
1 Like #22
Anyway, back to the seat featured. Good spot op, I paid around the same with a Boots offer a couple of years ago and haven't seen it for less than £100 since.

It's a great seat that my daughter loves to travel in and even reclines.

*Actually I've found the invoice from Boots and I bought it back when they had the perfume glitch for £56.98! It's worth twice that.

Edited By: oddballjamie on Dec 09, 2016 00:08: update
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BTW we have one of the seats in a three door car, I couldn't even imagine how difficult it would be getting a nipper in and out of a rear facing seat in it.
#24
laurieleigh
Robb104
ellie27
Robb104
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
This a deal for this product not a debate on which is safest. Sure go ahead and buy a rear facing one if you have the room in your car and the extra money it costs. For those who don't, a forward facing seat which has still passed safety standards may be a better option.
I have a (small) Astra hatchback with 2 rear-facing seats in the back, and often you can get a rear facing seat for under £120.

Do you have links to deals then for those who wish to buy rear facing for under £120?


http://www.preciouslittleone.com/joie/&filt=1944-103-/
Joie do a large range of ERF seats at reasonable prices... Tilt, Steadi and Stages are all sub £100; for a bit more they also do the iAnchor advance (which is isofix) for £148 and then there's the Every Stage (which will last until a seat is no longer needed) which is about £180.
The Hauck seat mentioned is also a good ERF seat, for anyone who feels they have to have an isofix seat, and that's regularly sub £100.


For those that are interested, the Joie Every Stage seems to be £150 (for the black one) at a number of stores at the moment - Argos, Boots, JL, Halfords

Seems to be a good buy.

Edited By: Delio79 on Dec 09, 2016 03:37: additional info added
#25
ellie27
Lucky88
ellie27
Robb104

Do you have links to deals then for those who wish to buy rear facing for under £120?
Hauk varioguard £105 (with the £15 off Amazon code)
There are many belted rear facing seats that are as safe as Isofix as long as they are fitted properly and
That's a really a dangerous Child Car Seat.http://www.which.co.uk/news/2015/05/which-advice-dont-buy-hauck-varioguard-car-seat-404405/
"Which? is advising parents who own the Hauck Varioguard child car seat – and are using it with the base belted-in, forward-facing – to replace it. This seat was downgraded to our lowest test score of 0% following a failure in one of our key crash tests."
You should get this deal.

I do not have it, but saw that it was isofix rearfacing
Lucky88
ellie27
Robb104

Do you have links to deals then for those who wish to buy rear facing for under £120?
Hauk varioguard £105 (with the £15 off Amazon code)
There are many belted rear facing seats that are as safe as Isofix as long as they are fitted properly and
That's a really a dangerous Child Car Seat.http://www.which.co.uk/news/2015/05/which-advice-dont-buy-hauck-varioguard-car-seat-404405/
"Which? is advising parents who own the Hauck Varioguard child car seat – and are using it with the base belted-in, forward-facing – to replace it. This seat was downgraded to our lowest test score of 0% following a failure in one of our key crash tests."
You should get this deal.

Ah right, just goes to show you definitely need to do your own research before buying a child car seat. I do stand by rearfacing for as long as possible though.

If I remember rightly, Which? only test the forward facing part of the seat, they do not test rear-facing performance which is why the 'best' rear facing car seats on the market score so low!


it passed all the tests for the isofix.

"The Hauck Varioguard failed one of our key crash tests when used as a Group 1, forward-facing seat, with the base fixed to the car using the adult seat belt. The car seat did not fail the same test when the base was installed using the Isofix connectors."
#26
ellie27
Robb104
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
This a deal for this product not a debate on which is safest. Sure go ahead and buy a rear facing one if you have the room in your car and the extra money it costs. For those who don't, a forward facing seat which has still passed safety standards may be a better option.

I have a (small) Astra hatchback with 2 rear-facing seats in the back, and often you can get a rear facing seat for under £120.


I think it's great that you're advising people to look at rear facing seats but recommending a cheap, sub £120 seat is not necessarily the best advice. whilst the best rear facing seats are definitely better than the best front facing seats, that doesn't mean that all rear facing are safer than all front facing. There's a huge difference between the cheap rear facing ones and the premium branded ones. For the safest seats look for something that has passed the Swedish plus test - this is the strictest car seat test in the world, and the only one that measures forces on the baby's neck. You'd struggle to find one for under £300 but you are essentially buying a machine for saving your child's life should you be careless/unlucky enough to have a car accident. Cost shouldn't really come into it unless you are really in financial hardship. most people have phones costing more than £300 so can't really say they can't afford to spend it on a car seat
#27
nitro228
ellie27
Robb104
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
This a deal for this product not a debate on which is safest. Sure go ahead and buy a rear facing one if you have the room in your car and the extra money it costs. For those who don't, a forward facing seat which has still passed safety standards may be a better option.
I have a (small) Astra hatchback with 2 rear-facing seats in the back, and often you can get a rear facing seat for under £120.
I think it's great that you're advising people to look at rear facing seats but recommending a cheap, sub £120 seat is not necessarily the best advice. whilst the best rear facing seats are definitely better than the best front facing seats, that doesn't mean that all rear facing are safer than all front facing. There's a huge difference between the cheap rear facing ones and the premium branded ones. For the safest seats look for something that has passed the Swedish plus test - this is the strictest car seat test in the world, and the only one that measures forces on the baby's neck. You'd struggle to find one for under £300 but you are essentially buying a machine for saving your child's life should you be careless/unlucky enough to have a car accident. Cost shouldn't really come into it unless you are really in financial hardship. most people have phones costing more than £300 so can't really say they can't afford to spend it on a car seat

True.. But do most people buy their phones outright or are the majority on contracts that they pay a small amount each month as if it were a utility? Unfortunately for most their budget is a key factor; especially with all the other expensive equipment having a baby requires.

It's like security, you are are never going to be 100% safe but with a bigger budget you can reduce the risk %. I could fortify my house like a castle if I had the money but I don't therefore I need to weigh up the options and choose the safest and lowest risk I can afford. Hopefully, my laser powered burglar disintegration system will never need to be used, as with any car seat.

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