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Cybex Gold Pallas 2 Toddler Car Seat Group 1/2/3 (Mahagony/ Brown) Amazon £114.72

£114.72 @ Amazon
I know many will vote cold as is forwards facing but this Group 1 2 3 car seat will take your kid from 9months to 11 years for the small fee of £114.72. One of the best rated seats in Germany (appa… Read More
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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
I know many will vote cold as is forwards facing but this Group 1 2 3 car seat will take your kid from 9months to 11 years for the small fee of £114.72.

One of the best rated seats in Germany (apparently). This is a non ISOFIX seat.

For those that would prefer an ISOFIX model the Cybex Silver Pallas-Fix Toddler Car Seat Group 1/2/3 (Blue Moon/ Navy Blue) is £143.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00DSKSGNW?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00

Note: both listed items are not currently in stock & are awaiting stock updates. Other colours are available for differing prices. There is a chance that these will not come back into stock, but for me its worth the risk.

Normal price is £200 - £250.
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#1
got this in pink for my daughter best car seat out there for safety hot hot hot as I paid £195 of amazon.de
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OOS
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randall1uk
OOS
Yep that is what it says in the original post. When and if they come back into stock you can bet Amazon will return the price to normal.
banned#4
Nine months is too early an age to be moving to a front facing seat.
Change to UK regulations on 'i-Size' child car seats still to be approved 18 months after EU law changed
A new regulation improving child safety in cars still hasn’t been approved by Parliament – 18 months after it was launched in the EU.
The R129, or i-Size, regulation will allow parents to use a safer standard of car seat that’ll keep babies rear-facing until they’re 15 months old. The current regulation, R44.04, lets them switch to a forward-facing seat from nine months. However, safety experts say at this age a baby’s neck is too weak to tolerate the forces from a front impact, bringing a high risk of spinal injury or death.
The above was taken from last weeks AutoExpress. In most other countries children stay rear facing up to the age of two to four years.
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bruceboy
Nine months is too early an age to be moving to a front facing seat.
Change to UK regulations on 'i-Size' child car seats still to be approved 18 months after EU law changed
A new regulation improving child safety in cars still hasn’t been approved by Parliament – 18 months after it was launched in the EU.
The R129, or i-Size, regulation will allow parents to use a safer standard of car seat that’ll keep babies rear-facing until they’re 15 months old. The current regulation, R44.04, lets them switch to a forward-facing seat from nine months. However, safety experts say at this age a baby’s neck is too weak to tolerate the forces from a front impact, bringing a high risk of spinal injury or death.
The above was taken from last weeks AutoExpress. In most other countries children stay rear facing up to the age of two to four years.



True, although I gather the new legislation will be phased in over some time. Eitherway this seat will still represent good value under the new standards as 15 months to 11 or 12 is still a long time.

Maybe I am slightly cynical but new regulations is always a good way to boost sales & who is funding the research!.... but I guess that is beside the point.

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