Graco Junior Maxi Car Seat - £25.00 Back Again +£1.25 back from top cashback @ Asda Direct and In Store - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
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.

I saw this before for 50 and around that price.
More From George (Asda George):
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
Mackokoma Avatar
6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Options

All Comments

(26) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Bought this yesterday...great deal...voted hot!
#2
I saw Morrisons selling this same seat for £20 - not sure if they still are though?
#3
#4
It's a good price, but as usual Asda will be selling them off for half of this when the offer ends on 6th Feb (bought 2 the last time they did this for £12.50) :)
#5
Also in store!
#6
cheaper in morrisons
#7
Macdory

The only problem with the Morrisons one is just in store and not online and in store like this.
#9
£20 in morrisons and loads in stock in Cambourne..
#10
Hot from me, the car seat in Morrisons isn't available in Scotland.
#11
Morrisons at Kikstall in Leeds has lots still in stock at £20 for anyone still wanting one!
Just got my two this morning.......thats a £10 saving from the asda price plus Asda would charge me delivery too!!

Every penny counts!!
#12
is this the one that got recalled because of poor safety ratings? better than nothing I guess
#13
tracyhay
is this the one that got recalled because of poor safety ratings? better than nothing I guess


I hate it when HukD's make throwaway comments like that - its sold widely and is one the the best selling seats!!!! I work closely with Nursery buyers for one of the UK's leading retaillers and it is a top seller - and more important a simple yet effective booster for 4 years (or weight equivalent) and up.

Winner of Mother and Baby Best Second Stage Car Seat Gold award November 2003; Mother and Baby Readers Favourite Essential Baby Buys June 2003; Practical Parenting Best Value award October 2003 and September 2004, Practical Parenting Value Buy May 2007 and usually scoring 4.5+/5 on Tesco Direct/Argos etc

Quite a while ago Graco re-did an older version of this seat that got poor Which reviews (although still passed all the legal requirements) which is why it might have a poor rep.
Hot from me as i paid £34.99 for this from Halfords 3 weeks ago GRRRRRRRR :x
#14
sarahgt
IWinner of Mother and Baby Best Second Stage Car Seat Gold award November 2003; Mother and Baby Readers Favourite Essential Baby Buys June 2003; Practical Parenting Best Value award October 2003 and September 2004, Practical Parenting Value Buy May 2007 and usually scoring 4.5+/5 on Tesco Direct/Argos etc


Those awards have NOTHING to do with safety im affraid, not saying this is an unsafe seat those reviews and rewards mean diddly squat.
#15
deanos
Those awards have NOTHING to do with safety im affraid, not saying this is an unsafe seat those reviews and rewards mean diddly squat.


+ 1 just means that it is a popular seat, probably due to the fact you can always get it cheap!, was the which review I read it in, that this seat failed the tests, was an older version granted, but still, graco should stick to making pushchairs, even those arent that great, you can get a britax for a little more
#16
Sorry to add some credible retailer knowledge rather than trolling LOL :p

PS it failled the 'Which' test at the time, not the UK safety standard tests....I have it as a secondary seat on our other car and am happy with it. With these size seats the most important thing is where the seatbelt sits on the child, as thats the bit that does the majority of the work.
#17
Being a retailer means nothing IMO you buy and sell what makes you money not whats the safest , proper tests and reviews are on the web for people to look at, and not the bare minimum tests that they have to pass, i mean the ones that crash at higher speeds and include side impact tests, strangely there is no side impact test in the official tests a seat has to pass, quite bizarre i think

I'm certainly not trolling, child safety is something you take very seriously

http://www.which.co.uk/reviews/child-car-seats/page/how-we-test-child-car-seats/
#18
deanos
Being a retailer means nothing IMO you buy and sell what makes you money not whats the safest , proper tests and reviews are on the web for people to look at, and not the bare minimum tests that they have to pass, i mean the ones that crash at higher speeds and include side impact tests, strangely there is no side impact test in the official tests a seat has to pass, quite bizarre i think

I'm certainly not trolling, child safety is something you take very seriously

http://www.which.co.uk/reviews/child-car-seats/page/how-we-test-child-car-seats/


Point taken its a better test - the majority of people on this thread seem to disagree tho so we'll have to agree to disagree. The power of fear on parents is they way certain brands drive up their prices - you'd be shocked at the cost prices of Britax, Maxi Cosi etc.

As most decent cars have side airbags (mine certainly does) so it doesnt worry me too much - but youre right everyone should make up there own mind.
#19
Yes the prices of Britax/Maxi Cosi can be expensive but they always seem to come top of the Which crash tests year on year, some things are worth the extra investment arent they.

:thumbsup:
#20
deanos
Yes the prices of Britax/Maxi Cosi can be expensive but they always seem to come top of the Which crash tests year on year, some things are worth the extra investment arent they.

:thumbsup:


Not really, as I dont agree LOL - Its different when theyre babies but group 2 & up can be a licence to print money IMHO.

For me after 3-4 years of age the important factors are - Safe car (as safe as you can afford), right size booster seat, properly positioned seatbelt and a child that knows never to get out the seat/wriggle out of the seat belt (as you scarily see SO often).
#21
Macdory


How can it be cold if you don't live near a Morrisons?
#22
deanos
Yes the prices of Britax/Maxi Cosi can be expensive but they always seem to come top of the Which crash tests year on year, some things are worth the extra investment arent they.

:thumbsup:


definately worth the little extra, I got a britax for £45 (in the sale) still pretty good price for a child seat IMO, and I have more piece of mind also, knowing that its one that is better rated, I just wouldnt take the risk, although I do understand the point the other person said about them trying to scare parents:)
#23
matedodgy
How can it be cold if you don't live near a Morrisons?


Because it's more expensive than Morrisons ... good enough reason to be cold.

If you don't live near a Morrisons and you do live near an Asda then unlucky, you will be paying a fiver more than me.
#24
all gone!
#25
GJ AKA Da Ferret
all gone!


You still can get it on-line and pick up in store
#26
Argh just missed this. Any Asda insiders know whem the next baby event might be? And/or where to get one of these for sort of this price?

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!