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Graco Junior Maxi Car Booster Seat - Instore Only @ ASDA - Only £25.00 !

£25.00 @ George (Asda George)
Saw these in the latest Baby and Toddler event. They had them on sale ealier this year at this price so a good deal if you missed it then. Desciption: The high back booster seat has an integrated …
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Saw these in the latest Baby and Toddler event. They had them on sale ealier this year at this price so a good deal if you missed it then.

Desciption:
The high back booster seat has an integrated seat belt guide in headrest to always ensure correct position of the seat belt. It has an easy to use height adjustable back rest, high adjustable armrests to give good hip support, removable and machine washable cover and cup holders on each side. It can be converted into a booster seat by removing the backrest.

Full Specification
Age Range 4 years+
Brand Graco
Type Group 2 and 3 child car seat
Minimum Age 4 years
Maximum Child Weight 36kg
Minimum Child Weight 15kg
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banned#1
great price, heat added
[mod]#2
#3
Went instore especially for this early and was still marked as £35 :-( going back after work to look again!
#4
I got one of these last time.

It's great! Price elsewhere was between £40 and £50 so a real bargain.
#5
Lynette80
Went instore especially for this early and was still marked as £35 :-( going back after work to look again!


Price on shelf was £35 but scanned at £25.
The event was supposed to have started today so maybe they haven't put the reduced prices up yet ?
#6
Just picked one up at Harpurhey. Loads on the shelf.
Thanks OP.
H&R

Incidentally, I know the height and weight are most important but it does say age 3-12 on the box.
banned#7
Amazing price.
Not sure if this one did too well in the Which? independent crash tests though. Not that Which? know what theyre talking about.
#8
Mascherano;5059921
Amazing price.
Not sure if this one did too well in the Which? independent crash tests though. Not that Which? know what theyre talking about.

And the "value add" of this post is what?!?! :roll:
#9
I need a Group 1 seat, any ideas where I can find a good quality one for not many notes?
#10
im after a child seat for a 2 year old .the one im using is the one which i got with our first pram and now he wants to look out the window but the seats too short for him to look out the window..any ideas?
#11
Great price, thanks. Heat added. Will pick up one tomorrow.
#12
teerex
I need a Group 1 seat, any ideas where I can find a good quality one for not many notes?


Me too, I missed the Britax 1-2-3 one at Argos for £65 - gutted!
#13
Is this not part of the baby fair which has already been posted?
#14
Brewer
And the "value add" of this post is what?!?! :roll:


:oops:The value of this post being that Which have said this chair should be banned as it is 'unsafe'. Any parent who doesn't see the value in such a comment is thinking of their purse more than safety! When I was looking for a seat like this, I didn't want to spend much either but after reading reports about this, I actually spent £100 on a 'safe' seat as it was worth it.
Hope someone appreciates it
#15
It's Me
:oops:The value of this post being that Which have said this chair should be banned as it is 'unsafe'. Any parent who doesn't see the value in such a comment is thinking of their purse more than safety! When I was looking for a seat like this, I didn't want to spend much either but after reading reports about this, I actually spent £100 on a 'safe' seat as it was worth it.
Hope someone appreciates it




Well said it's me
#16
It's Me;5075911
:oops:The value of this post being that Which have said this chair should be banned as it is 'unsafe'. Any parent who doesn't see the value in such a comment is thinking of their purse more than safety! When I was looking for a seat like this, I didn't want to spend much either but after reading reports about this, I actually spent £100 on a 'safe' seat as it was worth it.
Hope someone appreciates it


If you had taken the time to properly read the post I was criticising, you would have seen that a) the poster said they thought this hadn't done too well in the Which tests, but then b) went on to say the Which tests were in effect a waste of time and not to be trusted.

Hence, explain the "value add" in that? :whistling:
#17
Does anyone know if you can buy the backrest separately anywhere? I've got the booster seat part but my daughter calls asleep on long journeys and her head flops all over the place

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