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Hauck Bodygaurd Group 2/3 Car Seat £57.91 @ Amazon £58.95

£58.95 @ Amazon
Good reviews, decent design, memory foam padding and looks great. Beige is cheapest option, blue avble too for few quid more. Not Isofix, secured by belt only (isofix version is called bodygau… Read More
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Good reviews, decent design, memory foam padding and looks great.

Beige is cheapest option, blue avble too for few quid more.

Not Isofix, secured by belt only (isofix version is called bodygaurd plus, around £120)

If you are a prime customer and never used code before, you can also get £15 off £60 baby spends, one time use code BABYGC16

Update: Seats gone up in the beige to £58.95 from £57.91.......blue option sold out by zon so rocketed up
jinsta Avatar
7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Gone up slightly since posted. Now £58.95.

Heated.

:)

Edited By: WozzaX on Nov 04, 2016 01:44
banned#2
Good deal
#3
Great car seat as already have one but thanks for posting as got another one for a family members car.
#4
Excellent car seat, bought one last year when a deal was posted, very sturdy and easy to fit
1 Like #5
Is the Isofix version safer? Is it worth paying £60 more.
Advice please :)
1 Like #6
great seat also purchased last year when deal posted here, don't think the isofix is worth the extra in my opinion.
#7
Thanks I've just ordered.
Cheers op!
#8
Can't get the discount to work any ideas? Not used it before and making the order up so it's over £60
#9
afear
Can't get the discount to work any ideas? Not used it before and making the order up so it's over £60

Make sure both items are Prime. You have to choose the same delivery option.
I added a 2 packs of wipes to make it up to £61. Standard delivery for both. Other options didn't work.
#10
Alessandra15
Is the Isofix version safer? Is it worth paying £60 more.
Advice please :)

Yes ISOfix is safer than a belt fitted seat, but if you're really interested in safety go for rearward facing - we have one like this:

http://www.mothercare.com/search/?q=joie+ianchor+advance&lang=default

Recommend it.
1 Like #11
The_Hoff
Alessandra15
Is the Isofix version safer? Is it worth paying £60 more.
Advice please :)

Yes ISOfix is safer than a belt fitted seat, but if you're really interested in safety go for rearward facing - we have one like this:

http://www.mothercare.com/search/?q=joie+ianchor+advance&lang=default

Recommend it.


Good luck getting a four year old plus into a rearward facing seat.
#12
Thanks I had tried that but must of been doing it wrong. Got it working now
#13
Alessandra15
afear
Can't get the discount to work any ideas? Not used it before and making the order up so it's over £60
Make sure both items are Prime. You have to choose the same delivery option.
I added a 2 packs of wipes to make it up to £61. Standard delivery for both. Other options didn't work.
Hi, can you tell me which wipes you added? Can't get it to work either. Thanks
1 Like #14
Nevermind, found that I needed some better car shades and found these which worked: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B015N5FHJ0/

Thanks for the deal OP
#15
Couldn't get it to work with wipes, got onto online chat who applied it to just the car seat. £43. Bargain.

Thanks
1 Like #16
markymark34
The_Hoff
Alessandra15
Is the Isofix version safer? Is it worth paying £60 more.
Advice please :)

Yes ISOfix is safer than a belt fitted seat, but if you're really interested in safety go for rearward facing - we have one like this:

http://www.mothercare.com/search/?q=joie+ianchor+advance&lang=default

Recommend it.


Good luck getting a four year old plus into a rearward facing seat.


My average-sized daughter fitted ours until she hit the weight limit for it at age 6 1/2. My 4 1/2 year old is rear facing, my older daughter complains about her legs aching on long journeys because they are dangling off the front of her high backed booster with no support. The rear facing 4 1/2 year old has never mentioned her legs.
1 Like #17
markymark34
The_Hoff
Alessandra15
Is the Isofix version safer? Is it worth paying £60 more.
Advice please :)
Yes ISOfix is safer than a belt fitted seat, but if you're really interested in safety go for rearward facing - we have one like this:http://www.mothercare.com/search/?q=joie+ianchor+advance&lang=default
Recommend it.
Good luck getting a four year old plus into a rearward facing seat.

Who needs luck.

Do some research.
#18
The_Hoff
markymark34
The_Hoff
Alessandra15
Is the Isofix version safer? Is it worth paying £60 more.
Advice please :)
Yes ISOfix is safer than a belt fitted seat, but if you're really interested in safety go for rearward facing - we have one like this:http://www.mothercare.com/search/?q=joie+ianchor+advance&lang=default
Recommend it.
Good luck getting a four year old plus into a rearward facing seat.

Who needs luck.

Do some research.


Aware rear seaters have proven to be safer, but problem is most folks cars cant accomodate them or if are fitted, render front seat unuseble...more so as they get bigger. Practical decission as default by most. Cant say my nipper ever mentioned her legs hurting either but we dont do many long drives really, mostly townies ;)
#19
The_Hoff
markymark34
The_Hoff
Alessandra15
Is the Isofix version safer? Is it worth paying £60 more.
Advice please :)
Yes ISOfix is safer than a belt fitted seat, but if you're really interested in safety go for rearward facing - we have one like this:http://www.mothercare.com/search/?q=joie+ianchor+advance&lang=default
Recommend it.
Good luck getting a four year old plus into a rearward facing seat.

Who needs luck.

Do some research.


You only do two or three journeys in a rearward facing seat with a child screaming her lungs out as her legs are nearly in her chest before you give up on the idea. I am more than aware of the research unfortunately the practicalities don't make it possible for most people. It also means the front seat is useless unless the person using it doesn't have any legs.
#20
i bought this in the black and blue from the amazon.fr site a few mths ago for £50 inc delivery which was very fast. Its worth shopping around the european Amzons for a cheaper deal
#21
Cant get the code to work and I am a new prime member, never used a code
Also same price here:
http://www.preciouslittleone.com/product-information/39/25308/hauck-bodyguard-car-seat-(blackbeige)/?gclid=Cj0KEQjwhvbABRDOp4rahNjh-tMBEiQA0QgTGlqt8BnplhUVA7kUyoCzfsjyuPkkK_cy2xFBPTCsbv8aAsaH8P8HAQ

Edited By: Sandy1012 on Nov 05, 2016 16:25
#22
Code didn't work for me either, added second item in prime. No difference. Made the order and emailed them to apply the code and they declined. Advised the code is for Single items over £60. Cancelled the order.
#23
Easiest thing to do is add 2 seats and add code to see if elligible for discount, then remove one seat and add your secondary item. I added a tooth brush to make up diff. Peppa Pig Flashing Toothbrush https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01KDZFW90/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_08KhybE3N6PQX
#24
jinsta
Easiest thing to do is add 2 seats and add code to see if elligible for discount, then remove one seat and add your secondary item. I added a tooth brush to make up diff. Peppa Pig Flashing Toothbrush https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01KDZFW90/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_08KhybE3N6PQX

Thanks just tried that, it says:
"The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase"
#25
Sandy1012
jinsta
Easiest thing to do is add 2 seats and add code to see if elligible for discount, then remove one seat and add your secondary item. I added a tooth brush to make up diff. Peppa Pig Flashing Toothbrush https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01KDZFW90/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_08KhybE3N6PQX
Thanks just tried that, it says:
"The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase"

Its a prime customer deal/code, which i understand can only be used the once. Should work, but you may have to chat with the zon team on this one to manually apply

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