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This is the usual £25 seat in the Asda baby event. Graco Junior Maxi

Was £25, then £18.75, now £12.50

Get em while they're hot

Rugby ASDA had 3 on the shelf left after I got mine
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#1
Beat me too it just brought one of these they had 2 left in Spondon store Amazing price! H+R
#2
no stock in birmingham or sutton coldfield
banned#3
very good deal
#4
if it's instore only, please put this in the title to avoid confusion :whistling:
#5
these were still £20 in the asda norwich yesterday and they had shelves full of them.
#6
fantastic , i got last one in toryglen glasgow, great price :whistling:
#7
Absolute bargain! Gotta have a look!
#8
not voted either way as although its a good price its not a great car seat, better spending a little more and getting something better imo, cant put a price on your childs life
banned#9
tracyhay
, cant put a price on your childs life


What a load of crap

the price doesnt make it an unsafe seat

stop scaremongering
#10
dimebars
What a load of crap

the price doesnt make it an unsafe seat

stop scaremongering


no it doesnt, but a which report does fyi, just because they are 'legal' and conform to whatever safety standards, its nothing compared to how it performs in an actual crash, also I did not say that because it was cheap it was unsafe, you can pick up better ones for not much more, but if you feel the need to twist things to suit your argument.......
#11
One terrible feature of these is that a child can unclip themself from the seat incredibly easily.
My daughter is just over 2 and she manages it.
It's quite frightening, especially when you are in the driving seat alone and can do nothing refastening the belt.
#12
Midwinter
One terrible feature of these is that a child can unclip themself from the seat incredibly easily.
My daughter is just over 2 and she manages it.
It's quite frightening, especially when you are in the driving seat alone and can do nothing refastening the belt.


are these any different to other booster seats? This just uses the car seatbelt and clip
#13
Midwinter
One terrible feature of these is that a child can unclip themself from the seat incredibly easily.
My daughter is just over 2 and she manages it.
It's quite frightening, especially when you are in the driving seat alone and can do nothing refastening the belt.


these are for children over 4 though not 2yo, they need the 5 point harness, for that reason:thumbsup:
#14
A friend of ours recommended this to us but I'm holding out for a Kidfix although this one might be alright for Granny's car.
#15
great price!
1 Like #16
tracyhay
cant put a price on your childs life


^^^^^^This.
Not saying that because its cheap but because it doesnt get great reviews.
You cant go by price as when looking for one for our son we looked at the Recaro ones cos Im an ex boy racer but despite being twice the price of most others they got crap ratings so I gave them a swerve.
Would hate to think of any child being injured because their parents saved £12.50.
#17
Jimston
these were still £20 in the asda norwich yesterday and they had shelves full of them.


have they ever been £20?
#18
Cheers just been up to Rugby Store and had last one also got bugy for £15:w00t:
#19
martyboy70
^^^^^^This.
Not saying that because its cheap but because it doesnt get great reviews.
You cant go by price as when looking for one for our son we looked at the Recaro ones cos Im an ex boy racer but despite being twice the price of most others they got crap ratings so I gave them a swerve.
Would hate to think of any child being injured because their parents saved £12.50.


exactly rep added. if only more parents did a bit more research and not buy just cause its a 'hot deal'
#20
Look, a few years ago, it was acceptable for kids to sit in the car with just a seat belt. The basic design and use of these car seats makes car travel for children massively more safe by implementation alone. This car seat is fine and fit for purpose. And a great price.
#21
cheekyoldcow
Look, a few years ago, it was acceptable for kids to sit in the car with just a seat belt. The basic design and use of these car seats makes car travel for children massively more safe by implementation alone. This car seat is fine and fit for purpose. And a great price.


yes and a few years before that we wore no seatbelt at all, but now we know better. there are so many car seats on the market wouldnt you want the safest one for your child/car? me too:thumbsup:
#22
tracyhay
yes and a few years before that we wore no seatbelt at all, but now we know better. there are so many car seats on the market wouldnt you want the safest one for your child/car? me too:thumbsup:


I would like to have some advice,my daughter is 2+ and the car seat we use(i dont even remember company name at the moment) seems to me a bit uncomfortable,like from the middle,so can u or any one else advice me a good and comfy car seat for 2+,but not very expensive.
Thanks
#23
tracyhay
no it doesnt, but a which report does fyi, just because they are 'legal' and conform to whatever safety standards, its nothing compared to how it performs in an actual crash, also I did not say that because it was cheap it was unsafe, you can pick up better ones for not much more, but if you feel the need to twist things to suit your argument.......


I believe you're talking about the Graco Junior Plus
http://m.hotukdeals.com/mobile_item.php/148474/which-car-seat-report-or-recommend-

The one from the OP looks like a Graco Junior Maxi.
http://www.testfreaks.co.uk/baby-car-seats/graco-junior-maxi/
http://www.mumsnet.com/Reviews/CarSeatsFromFourYears/26-graco-junior/

The Top 4 from Which with RRP were:

Maxi Cosi Cabriofix with Easyfix base £195.00 82%
Britax BABY-SAFE plus (Isofix) £120.00 81%
Volvo Infant seat £197.00 81%
Graco Logico S HP £78.00 80%

Given the importance of the life and limb of a child I'd choose one of these tbh. The maxi doesn't seem too bad if budgets are really that tight. But if you're driving a car then I don't believe you couldn't stretch to £78 (rrps are always inflated) for a top end seat.

edit: for £1 you can get a months trial from Which? and get full reports on the things you're after. Highly recommended, an no I don't work for them ;)
#24
We have bought this in advance for our little one when she grows out of her other car seats. This is simply a booster seat which we aren't intending to use until she's around 4. We got for £18.75 on Friday which I thought was a bargain. Surely this is better with a back and not just a simple booster for when she gets to that stage?

I don't think there is anything wrong with trying to save money on something you will have to buy anyway - and not compromising a child's safety. The other car seats we've had are a silver cross ventura, britix first class and maxi cosi tobi, which none are "cheap" however we've also made sure we got the best deal around when buying.

Heat added.
#25
Great price but i'd only buy one of these to put in a Nannas car for occasional use. Not wanting to start an arguement but i'd sooner spend more money on one that performs better in a crash. I may well pop down to Asda to have a look on Nannas behalf.
#26
Still priced at £25 in Milton Keynes store yesterday
#27
aishaukhan
I would like to have some advice,my daughter is 2+ and the car seat we use(i dont even remember company name at the moment) seems to me a bit uncomfortable,like from the middle,so can u or any one else advice me a good and comfy car seat for 2+,but not very expensive.
Thanks


We currently use the britax highliner for my older girls which were about £50 each cheap but did good in the which tests for my 3 yo we have the maxi cosi priory with the belt tensioner managed to pick it up for £80 the rrp is nearer £150 had to open a store card to get it that price but again it performed well in tests. The belt tensioner made the difference for me as you can only tighten it so much by hand. Seems comfy enough for him to sleep in and adjusts back easily. Need to make sure it fits ur car though halfords usually do it for free as do mothercare
#28
Out of stock in High Wycombe - HTH.
Suggest calling first - local store numbers easily accessible through asda.com (unlike Tesco).
#29
Children using this seat need to weigh at least 15kgs, (approx 3 and a half/ 4years old) because it is the weight of the child that holds this seat in place in the vehicle. It has no 5 point harness, it just uses the seat belt across the childs lap and shoulder. Also this particular model has no padded arm rests, just plastic ones. Im not trying to scare you against this seat, just make sure you know the facts before purchasing it for your little ones.
#30
The store in Leigh has loads of these left... but that is because they are still scanning through at £25 each. Apparently they were reduced to £12.50 in the baby and toddler event that they had on and which has now ended!

Any way hope that helps somebody!:)
1 Like #31
cheekyoldcow
Look, a few years ago, it was acceptable for kids to sit in the car with just a seat belt. The basic design and use of these car seats makes car travel for children massively more safe by implementation alone. This car seat is fine and fit for purpose. And a great price.


a few years ago there were more child injuries than there are now too. What you saying, there is no point using one because you were lucky not to be in a crash ? dont you value airbags, ABS and ESP on cars, none of which were about some years ago but they all help make driving safer.

I have bought one of these seats and promptly disposed of it, is basically a cloth cover on a lump of polystyrene, and thats it.
#32
does each store reduce them at a different time? went yesterday n nothing was reduced,
do they change the price tags or is it just pot luck when you scan at the till?

thanks
#33
naughty_lawty
does each store reduce them at a different time? went yesterday n nothing was reduced,
do they change the price tags or is it just pot luck when you scan at the till?

thanks



in slough, the price tags were being changed last night, i got an axis lindam safety gate thing for £7.50 - there were quite a few left
#34
not wanting to cause more arguments, but my 6yr old has this seat in the more padded version an I think it's great, main reason being it's the second one we've had as 2 yrs ago he was in a serious crash and to quote the police, 'that seat saved him from serious injury', he got away with a fractured collarbone, while grandma sat next to him ended up in intensive care. So as i see it buy what you can afford and make sure you use it properly. x
#35
Midwinter
One terrible feature of these is that a child can unclip themself from the seat incredibly easily.
My daughter is just over 2 and she manages it.
It's quite frightening, especially when you are in the driving seat alone and can do nothing refastening the belt.


!!!! Good Grief a child of 2 should not be in a seat like this.
#36
back to £25 now, not far of normal price at Kiddicare.com

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