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Graco Junior Maxi booster seat Groups 2-3 £33.33 @ Tesco Direct

£33.33 @ Tesco Direct
A well-rated booster seat for a fraction of the normal price for booster seats. We bought this one about a year ago for £25 from Mothercare, but have struggled to find anything that price for grandma'…
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A well-rated booster seat for a fraction of the normal price for booster seats. We bought this one about a year ago for £25 from Mothercare, but have struggled to find anything that price for grandma's car. This is the best price I have seen for in stock availability.
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#1
Great, just ordered two .
#2
I have 2 of these one for my 4 year old and one for my parents car, nice light seat, that's comfy enough for long journeys. it's a compact size aswell, we can get 2 of these and a person in the back of my old a4 Avant.
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side crash protection on those was so bad, that which recommended not to buy them at all.
#4
nice find op, heat added
3 Likes #5
They get a terrible safety rating review...
#6
martaluscious
side crash protection on those was so bad, that which recommended not to buy them at all.


Beat me to it!
#7
martaluscious
side crash protection on those was so bad, that which recommended not to buy them at all.


​What would you recommend as the best based upon which and your own research? I'm looking to buy 2 car seats and to be honest it's a minefield out there when shopping around. Any info would greatly be appreciated :)
#8
OdhranC
martaluscious
side crash protection on those was so bad, that which recommended not to buy them at all.
​What would you recommend as the best based upon which and your own research? I'm looking to buy 2 car seats and to be honest it's a minefield out there when shopping around. Any info would greatly be appreciated :)
We've just bought a Britax Kidfix II XP SICT. It was £170 but I got it for £160 by signing up to a Mothercare kids club. Although pricier than a lot of the high back boosters out there, now we've got it, it's worth every penny and it's given excellent safety reviews on Which. The secure guard is invaluable in my opinion.
I's suggest a trip to kiddicare or Mothercare where you can try them out and also join which to read reviews. Hope this helps :)
#9
This graco didn't do well (you will need to use google translate)
https://www.adac.de/infotestrat/tests/kindersicherung/kindersitz-test/detail.aspx?KisiID=203&nc=True&info=GRACO+Junior+Maxi
If you need a seat for a similar price range the britax adventure / discovery (same seat new name) booster seat though is a better seat from a crash test viewpoint and also hasn't armrests making it a narrower seat to fit in the car.
https://www.adac.de/infotestrat/tests/kindersicherung/kindersitz-test/detail.aspx?KisiID=124&nc=False&info=R%C3%96MER+Adventure
The side impact protection is much better, the backrest doesn't remove but with the law changing that the backrest is compulsory for much longer I don't see that as a con. It is usually on offer for approx £35 somewhere ;)


Edited By: jdRiggs on Sep 11, 2016 14:58
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Just want to let people know that I whish I never purchased this from asda. It was cheap and thought wow but it didn't save...

Please research and buy something better a one with side protection and shoulder belts.

Make sure the kids belted, don't save money on these items that will be used to protect and save your loved one.

I am still researching and Graco nautilus is one I was looking at last but will checkout other poster above me sqizzawizza.
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We have the recaro monza which is isofix, it's a fab seat and is highly rated by Which. Paid £100 from Amazon.
#12
OdhranC
martaluscious
side crash protection on those was so bad, that which recommended not to buy them at all.


​What would you recommend as the best based upon which and your own research? I'm looking to buy 2 car seats and to be honest it's a minefield out there when shopping around. Any info would greatly be appreciated :)


​​​Well I would suggest CYBEX Solution M-Fix. it took me a little while to find the best one as I like to do proper research. this one ticked all the boxes from great results in crash tests, to isofix (can be used in a car without too) finally to reclined headrest keeps my son head in place while asleep. its super wide and extra comfy and it grows with him. only down side is price. but to be honest safety first...
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Have Recaro Monza and Young Sport, they're great. Side impact protection is well rated and the boys like them because they're the same as rally drivers have.
#14
I found the best balance of cost / safety was the Joie. You can normally get one on offer about £35. This is the model.

http://www.smythstoys.com/uk/en-gb/baby/car-seats-booster/c-591/groups-2-3-4-11-years-approx-/p-9855/joie-trillo-group-2-3/
#15
Helpful to see what others are recommending, thanks all.

I purchased this one for occasional use - it's lightweight enough that grandma can keep it in the boot for "emergency" drop-offs and pick-ups, and simply doesn't want a bulky, heavy seat that is fiddly to install. At the moment she is using a Trunki Boostpak with no side or head protection whatsoever. I think this is certainly an improvement on that.
#16
sonalkhimji
Helpful to see what others are recommending, thanks all.

I purchased this one for occasional use - it's lightweight enough that grandma can keep it in the boot for "emergency" drop-offs and pick-ups, and simply doesn't want a bulky, heavy seat that is fiddly to install. At the moment she is using a Trunki Boostpak with no side or head protection whatsoever. I think this is certainly an improvement on that.


And obviously if you're starting to spend £100+ on these things, then of course you'll be buying something better!
#17
I ordered 2 of these for ours and grandads car, around this price in sale on kiddiecare site not long ago. Great quality. Highly recommend :)
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The Joie Trillo is excellent. It has performed well in safety tests, it's comfortable, narrow, if you need the space and is isofix compatible. We picked ours up in Halfords for about £30, but they retail fur about £50.

I dint get the point in buying an unsafe seat, even if it ' just for in grandparent's car'. It's still less protection of they're in a crash.
#19
aj2001
Just want to let people know that I whish I never purchased this from asda. It was cheap and thought wow but it didn't save...
Please research and buy something better a one with side protection and shoulder belts.
Make sure the kids belted, don't save money on these items that will be used to protect and save your loved one.
I am still researching and Graco nautilus is one I was looking at last but will checkout other poster above me sqizzawizza.
Don't forget that generally the 1-2-3 stage booster seats which have the 5 point harness though are bigger seats can only be used with the harness up to 18kg (same as the toddler seats) and can only use the recline in the up to 18kg harnessed stage.

Britax do an advansafix that supports using the 5 point harness longer but it needs isofix and I can't imagine a school age child still using it but you can use it with a seat belt afterwards. Not sure of any others that use the 5 point harness for longer?
The other option is the cybex pallas / m-fix, joie trillo sheild / joie transcend style with the front shield to help keep the child in the seat and absorb impact which are good for that awkward stage when the child is too tall for the toddler seat but a still too immature for a high back booster seat.

Edited By: jdRiggs on Sep 11, 2016 21:09
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sonalkhimji
sonalkhimji
Helpful to see what others are recommending, thanks all.

I purchased this one for occasional use - it's lightweight enough that grandma can keep it in the boot for "emergency" drop-offs and pick-ups, and simply doesn't want a bulky, heavy seat that is fiddly to install. At the moment she is using a Trunki Boostpak with no side or head protection whatsoever. I think this is certainly an improvement on that.

And obviously if you're starting to spend £100+ on these things, then of course you'll be buying something better!
Absolutely it isn't always possible to spend £100+ on the spare / emergency car seat, though personally for peace of mind I would return it and spend the £6.66 extra in argos for the britax discovery is better value, it is just as easy to install and does better in the crash tests. The deep sides for the headrest also much better for a snooze.
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5548495.htm
Either though is definitely better than the trunki :)
#21
Any recommendations for a group 1-2-3 chair for £50? Looking for a non-isofix spare for very occasional use.
1 Like #22
Have just ordered the jolie trio from halfords, £40 but used the 20% off code Saferseat so got for £32 - I will be trading in my Graco pictured above after the shocking reviews - thank you to the above posts


Edited By: mattaksgal on Sep 19, 2016 23:09

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