BubbleBum Inflatable Booster Seat £17.75 @ Amazon (£25 everywhere else) - HotUKDeals
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£25 - £30 everywhere else - weighs less than half a kg

Approved under the United Nations ECE Regulation R44/04 for safety for both Groups 2 and 3.

Perfect for pals cars, holidays, sitting at a table in a cafe etc. Pictures infirst post.

Mum of two, Grainne Kelly, came up with the idea for the BubbleBum after many years of carrying heavy, bulky, expensive booster seats around with the family.Designed to fit into your busy family life, the BubbleBum can go with them, wherever they go.

The light, compact design means that when deflated and folded, it can be easily transported in schoolbags, handbags or rucksacks, so that kids never have to be without a booster seat again.When travelling, it's the perfect companion. There's no need to carry a bulky booster seat again with this lightweight, compact solution.

Weighing less than half a kilo, it can fit comfortably into mum's hand luggage or a child's travel rucksack ready to inflate quickly and easily.

UK law states that every child under the age of 12 and shorter than 135cm must travel with a child seat or booster seat to help avoid serious injury in the event of a traffic collision.

The BubbleBum has been approved under the United Nations ECE Regulation R44/04 for safety for both Groups 2 and 3. It is designed for use with a standard 3 point adult seatbelt that has been approved to ECE Regulation 16 or equivalent.
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#2
Approved under the United Nations ECE Regulation R44/04 for safety for both Groups 2 and 3. Perfect for pals cars, holidays.......

As great as my mates are, they do not require a UN approved seat............Hot for price though
#3
Cheers, these have been £25 for ages.
#4
a7awo
Cheers, these have been £25 for ages.


they have great reviews - i was watching out for them to come down for travelling ;)
#5
Wow these look great! Didnt know you could get such a thing, how clever!
Might have to buy a couple now X)
1 Like #6
not sure why you would need an inflatable child seat. Either you have kids or you don't. If you have them then the seat will always be in the car.
Doesn't sound so safe either.

The only use I can think of would be if you were going to hire a car abroad and wanted to take a seat with you.
#7
Croftybaby
not sure why you would need an inflatable child seat. Either you have kids or you don't. If you have them then the seat will always be in the car.
Doesn't sound so safe either.

The only use I can think of would be if you were going to hire a car abroad and wanted to take a seat with you.


....not everyone drives. Amd yes they are for travelling. I have 3 under 3, carrying 3 childseats abroad would be a nightmare, carrying these is much easier.
1 Like #8
Croftybaby
not sure why you would need an inflatable child seat. Either you have kids or you don't. If you have them then the seat will always be in the car.
Doesn't sound so safe either.

The only use I can think of would be if you were going to hire a car abroad and wanted to take a seat with you.


Travelling abroad and to hire these along with a car is very expensive.
#9
a7awo
Croftybaby
not sure why you would need an inflatable child seat. Either you have kids or you don't. If you have them then the seat will always be in the car.Doesn't sound so safe either.The only use I can think of would be if you were going to hire a car abroad and wanted to take a seat with you.
Travelling abroad and to hire these along with a car is very expensive.

I'm currently looking to hire a car in Spain for two weeks in the summer and I'm being quoted around £10 per day for a booser seat. This is a great idea and thanks for the heads up.........!

Heat.......!
1 Like #10
Oops , meant Booster seat. oO

Don't drink and drive kids...............!!!!! :{
#11
KTp86
I have 3 under 3, carrying 3 childseats abroad would be a nightmare, carrying these is much easier.

Good for travelling with older children I imagine but I don't think this is for under 3's - In one place on the website it says "suitable from 3-11 years", and in the other it says "suitable from age 4 years"


Edited By: Battenburg on Jan 27, 2011 12:30
#12
If you ever hire a car at an airport abroad, then these look great. Assuming that they're of a decent build quality.

The cost car hire companies charge for legally required booster seats is a rip-off - many times the cost of buying a new one! Unfortunately, you have to either pay up, or face dragging your own boosters with you as luggage, wasting your expensive luggage allowance.
#13
We took one to Zante last year for our 4 year old to use whenever we got in a taxi. Perfect for that as easy to carry around in a bag.

Inflating is really easy as it is not a case of blowing into it until you blue in face like you would a lilo. More a case of couple of puffs and you there!

Worth ever penny.......great spot!
#14
Croftybaby
not sure why you would need an inflatable child seat. Either you have kids or you don't. If you have them then the seat will always be in the car.

My wife and I don't have children but we often go out with and babysit for a friend who has kids but no car. These are ideal to leave in the car without wasting the rear seats or taking up room in the boot!
#15
arent booster pads being phased out cos they dont offer any protection?? prob why they gonna start being cheap. i wouldnt use one for my 4 yr old tbh after seeing clips on you tube what happens in a crash.

also surely this could pop under pressure??? what if it has a slow puncture etc?? doesnt sound very safe to me.
#16
just ordered one for my nephew, thanks
#17
Battenburg
KTp86
I have 3 under 3, carrying 3 childseats abroad would be a nightmare, carrying these is much easier.


Good for travelling with older children I imagine but I don't think this is for under 3's - In one place on the website it says "suitable from 3-11 years", and in the other it says "suitable from age 4 years"



It is all to do with weight and height. Not neccessarily age.

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