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Graco junior maxi car seat £18.75 @ Asda

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6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago
Reduced again instore in Widnes so presume nationwide. Sorry can't add picture.

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Graco is one of the leading companies for exciting new baby products. This Graco Junior Maxi Car Seat, is a customer favourite and we've had some great feedback about this product. Its simple and easy to use, which is great when you've got little one's running around. 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 and high adjustable armrests to give good hip support. And just in case you do have any in car spillages, there is a removable and machine washable cover and cup holders on each side. It can be converted into a booster seat by removing the backrest.

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* 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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#1
We got 2 of these last time they were £15 I think, quite happy with them.
Certainly as good/better than anything else you'd get for sub £50
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#2
loads at Pembroke Dock. told offer ends on sunday.
#3
I bought this from asda yesterday for £25? meh
#4
Good find op - much more expensive on other sites.

Shame not on line (£25 on there) and there's not an Asda nearby :?

If anyone finds a cheap price like this elsewhere, can you PM me please (have looked at all sites i know).
#5
Would this suit a large 2 or 3 year old?
#6
jazid
Would this suit a large 2 or 3 year old?


It depends on the weight.

* Maximum Child Weight 36kg
* Minimum Child Weight 15kg

My daughter is 4 and is still less than 15kg, so she is still in a 5 point harness seat.

My personal view is the longer we can keep her in the 5 point harness seat the better.
#7
Thanks to Goose for making my post look good!
Got this seat for my daughter who was a large 3 year old and she's been very comfortable in it.
#8
G0OSE
We got 2 of these last time they were £15 I think, quite happy with them.
Certainly as good/better than anything else you'd get for sub £50
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Not true. Britax seats are much better in crash tests. These were crap.
We replaced our ones like this, with Britax evolva 2,3 which cost £37 each and are much better and far more comfortable.
You get what you pay for. These are uncomfortable and do not offer much protection, they are merely legal.

Heat added for the good price, but I read the which report and replaced ours that week.
#9
mbailey
It depends on the weight.

* Maximum Child Weight 36kg
* Minimum Child Weight 15kg

My daughter is 4 and is still less than 15kg, so she is still in a 5 point harness seat.

My personal view is the longer we can keep her in the 5 point harness seat the better.


I am the same, my 14 month old is still refacing. Sadly my 3 yr old weighs 20kg so I had to take her out of the 5 point harness :x
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savagevixen
Not true. Britax seats are much better in crash tests. These were crap.
We replaced our ones like this, with Britax evolva 2,3 which cost £37 each and are much better and far more comfortable.
You get what you pay for. These are uncomfortable and do not offer much protection, they are merely legal.

Heat added for the good price, but I read the which report and replaced ours that week.


any chance you could post up the which report pls? these graco seats are £70 in tesco, so you might not always get what you pay for. also, there has been confusion over which graco seat did badly by which. there was one that did very badly, but it was not this model.
#11
My son uses the booster seat of this and it is great,shame its for 4+ years my 2 and half year old boy is in need of a new seat :( good price
#12
we have a similar one bought from Halfords a year ago, no complaints from the kids, so it's a good deal, and much safer for kid than a simple booster seat
#13
Great find - we need another of these. Was going to buy it at £25 as well so glad I waited. Have some heat :thumbsup:
#14
This is a great buy, we also bought this the last time they were on offer at ASDA. My daughter is 7 very small and light for her weight and so this still fits her. She also loves the storage compartments (which should be used for drinks) to store all her little toy animals in :p
#15
savagevixen
Not true. Britax seats are much better in crash tests. These were crap.
We replaced our ones like this, with Britax evolva 2,3 which cost £37 each and are much better and far more comfortable.
You get what you pay for. These are uncomfortable and do not offer much protection, they are merely legal.

Heat added for the good price, but I read the which report and replaced ours that week.


Hi, where did you buy it?? I can't find it online??
#16
savagevixen
Not true. Britax seats are much better in crash tests. These were crap.
We replaced our ones like this, with Britax evolva 2,3 which cost £37 each and are much better and far more comfortable.
You get what you pay for. These are uncomfortable and do not offer much protection, they are merely legal.

Heat added for the good price, but I read the which report and replaced ours that week.


Tried several Britax the fittings are shockingly bad with the final retainer being little more than a question mark shaped piece of metal, no fiddling around appeared to tighten the seat up and the padding was crap, if they're impossible to fit properly then it doesn't matter how safe they were in a crash test if the avg punter can't get them fitted properly. I can't remember which models we tried but they were all of the same basic design with no real locking mech.

Went for the Maxi Cosi Tobi after trying loads as it locks the seat belt in place and has a pre-tensioning system to pull the belt even tighter after fitting ok not cheap but very very good!

Would never touch Britax again after that faff, also depends on the car
#17
dealhunterqueen
Hi, where did you buy it?? I can't find it online??


Hi I think its been renamed the Britax KID Plus.

Review taken from Which

KID Plus is the new name for the Britax Evolva 2-3 Ultra. It is a highly-rated seat that performed well in our safety tests. It is designed for use by children between 15 and 36kg (aged about 4 to 12).

This Best Buy from Britax is quite similar to the KIDFIX (previously known as the Evolva 2-3 ISOFIT model), except it has no Isofix mounts, instead using the adult seat belt to secure both the child and the seat in position.

The instructions are clear and it is very easy to route the adult belt to secure it. It is fairly light weight and so is easy to move between cars.

As it isn't secured in with the Isofix system, the seat might be thrown around on your car's back seat when your child isn't sitting in it - a minor complaint for an otherwise good seat which our testers praised for its high finish quality.

Pros: Safe, good instructions, easy to carry, covers are easily washable

Cons: Not Isofix
#18
Rich44
Tried several Britax the fittings are shockingly bad with the final retainer being little more than a question mark shaped piece of metal, no fiddling around appeared to tighten the seat up and the padding was crap, if they're impossible to fit properly then it doesn't matter how safe they were in a crash test if the avg punter can't get them fitted properly. I can't remember which models we tried but they were all of the same basic design with no real locking mech.

Went for the Maxi Cosi Tobi after trying loads as it locks the seat belt in place and has a pre-tensioning system to pull the belt even tighter after fitting ok not cheap but very very good!

Would never touch Britax again after that faff, also depends on the car


I'm sorry I have to disagree. We've a a couple of britax car seats and found all of them really straight forward to fit. I agree though it really depends on your car. If the seat isn't suitable for the make and model of your car then its never gonna fit properly.

There are always places that will fit your car seat for your (hlafords and mothercare spring to mind) your local police station and fire station may also have 'open' days where they will check your fitting and sort it for you if needed.
#19
Check your child's weight - my 2 year old daughter has been in this seat for months.

No complaints and it's fairly easy to wrestle her in and out of too (always a plus).

And before the Change 4 Life brigade show up, she's just very tall for her age, not a massive chip-filled bloater :)
#20
thanks
#21
We bought one of these a few weeks back ( not this cheap though) from Toys r us . I have to say it is great . the small arms that the belt goes under are long enough for it not to come out and the daughter loves it . we where going to buy it from a local independent shop but they wanted to charge us £5 for walking out to our car in their car park and seeing if it fitted !!! . NO CHANCE . May pick up another from ASDA for my other daughter ready for when she is old enough :thumbsup:.
#22
Just been to ASDA Cumbernauld. It is still £25. I bought one anyway as it's still a good price. Took back the crap one that I bought for 20 quid in Argos the previous day. Just need one to take on holiday and plan on leaving it there.
#23
I want an isofix one, any reccommendations????
#24
After having spent the last half an hour in my local store MILTON KEYNES. These car seats were priced at £25. After consulting an assistant who checked the till still saying £25. She they kindly called head office who I then myself spoke to said that these seats have never been priced at £18.75 and are reduced from £35 down to £25. No less.
:x.
COLD, VERY COLD.
#25
25 is still a good price, any less will probably be the store looking to clear their stock, but doubt it's nationwide
#26
LITTLE MISS STAR
After having spent the last half an hour in my local store MILTON KEYNES. These car seats were priced at £25. After consulting an assistant who checked the till still saying £25. She they kindly called head office who I then myself spoke to said that these seats have never been priced at £18.75 and are reduced from £35 down to £25. No less.
:x.
COLD, VERY COLD.


Sorry you had no joy but I promise I bought one in Asda Widnes for 18.75 on Wed. Not sure it's worth the petrol money for you though... Asda head office tell lies! :?
#27
Still £25 in my local Asda :-(
#28
Fluff
Check your child's weight - my 2 year old daughter has been in this seat for months.

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Thats not good - these seats are completely wrong for a 2 year old.
#29
phatbhoy
Thats not good - these seats are completely wrong for a 2 year old.


Why? Surely if they are tall and heavy enough it would be ok?
#30
jazid
Why? Surely if they are tall and heavy enough it would be ok?


Can you trust a 2yr old to stay in the seat and not pull the strap away? I know I couldn't with both my children.

A full 5 point harness is the best way to guarantee your child can't move while you are driving.
#31
It has to do with the strength of the child's body as well. A 4 year old will be much stronger and developed than a 2 year old.

Having said that, we will be using one of these for our daughter in the states who is almost 3 as can't rely on getting a decent seat from car hire companies and she will probably go into one of these before 4 as she is very tall for age and getting a bit big for existing seat.
#32
just to quick note to say my wife picked one up today in ASDA Rugby for £18.75 :thumbsup: . Thx for the deal .
#33
This is still full price in Cardiff Bay Asda,maybe the stores with too much stock are reducing them.
#34
when it says 4+ does it give you a top height indicator or do you just use the seat bit as they get older. not sure about the weight thing looking for a new seat for my tall but super skinny boy.
#35
The back is adjustable so as long as the seat belt is still in the correct position across their chest, they can use it until they are too big for it. It will become obvious I expect when the seat back can't be lifted any further and the seat belt starts to be too low. At that stage the back can be detached and the base part used on it's own.
#36
mbailey
Can you trust a 2yr old to stay in the seat and not pull the strap away? I know I couldn't with both my children.

A full 5 point harness is the best way to guarantee your child can't move while you are driving.


+1 there are better seats you can get that will be big enough and will still have the 5 point harness, I wouldnt trust my 3yo in a seat like this never mind at 2, havent voted on the deal as graco seats dont do that well in crash safety tests you can get a good britax or maxi cosi for a little more. its a good price for a not so good car seat, it was the graco junior that was recalled.
#37
tracyhay
+1 there are better seats you can get that will be big enough and will still have the 5 point harness, I wouldnt trust my 3yo in a seat like this never mind at 2, havent voted on the deal as graco seats dont do that well in crash safety tests you can get a good britax or maxi cosi for a little more. its a good price for a not so good car seat, it was the graco junior that was recalled.


Granted that a 2 year old would play with the seat belt and upon reflection would be far too young to place in this seat ,as my one would be all over the backseat!

It is interesting however that just over 27 years ago front seat passengers didnt even have to wear a seat belt! But then I suspect that there are more poor drivers on the road these days.

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