Graco Junior Maxi Hi Back Booster Seat Metropolitan was £74.99 now £34.99 + Free Fitting @ Halfords online / instore collect - HotUKDeals
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Booster seat suitable from 4 to 12 years approx (15-36kg)
Features & Benefits
Height adjustable head support grows with the child
Height adjustable arm rests to give better back support
Raised seat and belt guides ensure maximum performance
Colour coded seat belt guides
The back can be removed to leave a group 3 booster
2 position recline
2 retractable cupholders
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[mod] 7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
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banned 1 Like #1
Good deal! Well rated car seat that offers genuine protection for the kids. I purchased a couple of these year before last when they were on offer at £49 each when my Megane was rear ended. The kids love them and at this price its a complete bargain.
#2
Good price - in the national press at the weekend and got mine in store over the weekend.

Also worth a look is the Graco Rally Sport Vienna - this comes with sunshades and has more cushioning, downside being that it is slightly more expensive at £44.99 http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_storeId_10001_catalogId_10151_productId_509007_langId_-1_categoryId_165554
#3
excellent car seat - great value for money!
#4
Cheers ... need to get my wee one one of these ...
#5
Bought 2 at the weekend from Halfords after seeing the deal in the paper, but without reading any reviews so it is nice to see all the positive comments on this car seat, thanks.
#6
walibe
Good deal! Well rated car seat that offers genuine protection for the kids. I purchased a couple of these year before last when they were on offer at £49 each when my Megane was rear ended. The kids love them and at this price its a complete bargain.


Where are they rated? I have been told they were not tested in the Which car seat report so wondered where else could pne check? Thanks
#7
Same in asda metrocentre bought one today for 34.98 - voted hot!!!
#8
texfitz
Same in asda metrocentre bought one today for 34.98 - voted hot!!!


Which model is in Asda? The same as OP (Junior Maxi)?
(The missus noticed them today also but was unsure which model it was compared to the Halfords stock we previously looked at)

We were originally after the Rally Sport Vienna (£44 @ Halfords) but all my local Halfords were out of stock (even though one of them had at least 4 of them 'on display' in various stages of grubbiness)
[mod]#9
PhlangePhace
Which model is in Asda? The same as OP (Junior Maxi)?
(The missus noticed them today also but was unsure which model it was compared to the Halfords stock we previously looked at)

We were originally after the Rally Sport Vienna (£44 @ Halfords) but all my local Halfords were out of stock (even though one of them had at least 4 of them 'on display' in various stages of grubbiness)


Can you get it delivered to your local store for free? Just a thought.
#10
walibe
Well rated car seat that offers genuine protection for the kids


Its not a well rated seat, and does not offer genuine protection, its offers some yes i agree but not as much as other seats

Just look at the head and side support its very poor, compare it to a Britax Evolva 2/3 or a Maxi Cosi Rodi and you will see the vast difference in support, vital for head and chest protection in a crash

Below is a warning that Which produced after testing the Junior Plus which is the same design as this one !

"Ten inferior child car seats exposed by Which? in the past two years are still on sale.

Mamas & Papas supplies three of the poorest - the Navetta Carry Cot, the Elan and the Passaggio - while Britax manufactures three - Cruiser Plus, Ranger and Trio. The others to avoid are Concord Trimax X-Line, Meggy Kombi, Storchenmühle Starlight SP and Graco Junior Plus.

These seats all meet current minimum legal standards but under Which's more stringent tests, were found either to offer inadequate protection in a severe crash, or are difficult to install, which increases the risk of injury in an accident. They are better than no seat at all, but if possible buy a safer seat as soon as you can.

To meet the standard, seats must withstand a 30mph crash, without a child sustaining serious injury. Which? uses EuroNCAP crash test conditions, with a front-crash test at about 40mph and also a side-impact test.

Which editor Malcolm Coles says:

'We're very disappointed that some of the seats we exposed as inadequate as long as two years ago are still on sale.

We think simply making child car seats safe enough to pass the minimum safety test is downright irresponsible.

We asked the manufacturers why they still sell these inferior seats, but some just hid behind the regulations, while others failed to answer our questions.' "
#12


Thanks but this is a number of years out of date and many other seats are now tested. Think I will join Which (3 month trial for £3) just to check this important info out.
#13
fairy
Thanks but this is a number of years out of date and many other seats are now tested. Think I will join Which (3 month trial for £3) just to check this important info out.


Ive got last years, if you PM your email i can send it over :thumbsup:
banned#14
It was in the telegraph a few years back and was a well rated seat.
#15
walibe
It was in the telegraph a few years back and was a well rated seat.


Telegraph dont do crash tests do they :roll:
banned#16
Telegraph dont do crash tests do they


They also arguably don't make up the news, mearly report it. :roll:
#17
99% sure it wont be a proper test, more like they looked at some seats and rated them, which is alot different

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