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Joie Every Stage Group 0+/1/2/3 Car Seat, £149.99 @ John Lewis + number of other retailers

£149.99 @ John Lewis
Been looking for a multi stage car seat now that the baby is growing out if the stage 0 one. A thread of discussion on an offer on another seat suggests rearward facing is a better option for toddlers… Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Been looking for a multi stage car seat now that the baby is growing out if the stage 0 one. A thread of discussion on an offer on another seat suggests rearward facing is a better option for toddlers and younger kids (till age 4) which this seat seems to support.

This usually goes for £200 odd so £50 reduction seems like a good deal to me.

Currently also the same price at Boots, Halfords and Argos.
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1 Like #1
Fantastic seat, rear facing is the way forward (no pun intended).
My boy's been in this now for a year and half (almost 3) and he doesn't have any issues
#2
Isn't this £70 in. m&p outlet store ?
We got one yesterday as our. Initial one has a. Product recall
#3
vig1lante
Fantastic seat, rear facing is the way forward (no pun intended).
My boy's been in this now for a year and half (almost 3) and he doesn't have any issues


this shouldn't be used rear facing for anything after group 0+. If your son us still using it rear facing at 3 he's either very small or you're using it wrong.
1 Like #4
black one is £135 if you buy from argos eBay store and use code CEBAYARGOS
#5
nitro228
vig1lante
Fantastic seat, rear facing is the way forward (no pun intended).
My boy's been in this now for a year and half (almost 3) and he doesn't have any issues


this shouldn't be used rear facing for anything after group 0+. If your son us still using it rear facing at 3 he's either very small or you're using it wrong.


it can be rearfacing up to 18kg.
#6
mb021
Isn't this £70 in. m&p outlet store ?
We got one yesterday as our. Initial one has a. Product recall


I think you're probably talking about the Stages which only goes up to 25kg (approx age 7). this goes to 36kg so theoretically you shouldn't need to buy another seat once you have this so fab value for money
#7
Car seats have an expiry date so you will not be able to use this seat from birth until 12 yrs of age or when the child reaches 135cm

http://www.joiebaby.com/faq/carseats/

There is the faithful saying 'jack of all trades, master of none '

It is much safer to seat your child in the group rating that they are suitable for :-
Group 0
Group 1
Group 2& 3
#8
in America (and Canada) car seats do have an expiry date (it's actually stamped onto the seat shell) but here they generally don't. maxi cosi used to state seats needed replacing after 5 years but have recently said up to 10 years. britax say that their seats will not expire. obviously the materials will degrade over a long period of time, but under normally use and stresses that shouldn't occur within the time you're using a seat for your child.
As as for 'Jack of all trades...' I generally agree but these are fab seats for people on a budget where they may otherwise buy 4 cheaper (often inferior) seats, or for occasionally used seats.
1 Like #9
spamboil
Car seats have an expiry date so you will not be able to use this seat from birth until 12 yrs of age or when the child reaches 135cm

http://www.joiebaby.com/faq/carseats/

There is the faithful saying 'jack of all trades, master of none '

It is much safer to seat your child in the group rating that they are suitable for :-
Group 0
Group 1
Group 2& 3


what's the basis of the comment of your statement that it's safer to have separate seats for each group? surely the fact that its rear facing up to 18kg makes it safer than the 90% of group 1 seats that are forward facing?
It's also safer than the booster seats most people use for group 3 as it offers far better neck and back support so I think your argument's flawed.
#10
Not cheap I bought this a year ago and paid £150
#11
partygirlz1972
Not cheap I bought this a year ago and paid £150


impressive finding such a good deal on a newly released seat!
2 Likes #12
nitro228
spamboil
Car seats have an expiry date so you will not be able to use this seat from birth until 12 yrs of age or when the child reaches 135cm

http://www.joiebaby.com/faq/carseats/

There is the faithful saying 'jack of all trades, master of none '

It is much safer to seat your child in the group rating that they are suitable for :-
Group 0
Group 1
Group 2& 3


what's the basis of the comment of your statement that it's safer to have separate seats for each group? surely the fact that its rear facing up to 18kg makes it safer than the 90% of group 1 seats that are forward facing?
It's also safer than the booster seats most people use for group 3 as it offers far better neck and back support so I think your argument's flawed.


Lol I'm professional car seat trained so my argument is certainly not flawed ! But thanks for your opinion

A group 0 seat is designed to protect infants upto the weight of 15kgs or height if it's Isize.

A group 1 seat is designed to protect a child upto 18kgs

A group 2/3 is designed to protect a child who weighs over 15kgs

The 3 different seats are very different in appearance and functionality - if you purchase one seat to go from Birth to twelve years of age it is a multi functioning seat therefore meaning it is not specifically designed for a newborn, 2 year old or 8 year old . So how can that seat offer premium protection to each age/weight ?

Of course rear facing is safer - I didn't realise I had stated that forward facing was ?
1 Like #13
spamboil
nitro228
spamboil
Car seats have an expiry date so you will not be able to use this seat from birth until 12 yrs of age or when the child reaches 135cm

http://www.joiebaby.com/faq/carseats/

There is the faithful saying 'jack of all trades, master of none '

It is much safer to seat your child in the group rating that they are suitable for :-
Group 0
Group 1
Group 2& 3


what's the basis of the comment of your statement that it's safer to have separate seats for each group? surely the fact that its rear facing up to 18kg makes it safer than the 90% of group 1 seats that are forward facing?
It's also safer than the booster seats most people use for group 3 as it offers far better neck and back support so I think your argument's flawed.


Lol I'm professional car seat trained so my argument is certainly not flawed ! But thanks for your opinion

A group 0 seat is designed to protect infants upto the weight of 15kgs or height if it's Isize.

A group 1 seat is designed to protect a child upto 18kgs

A group 2/3 is designed to protect a child who weighs over 15kgs

The 3 different seats are very different in appearance and functionality - if you purchase one seat to go from Birth to twelve years of age it is a multi functioning seat therefore meaning it is not specifically designed for a newborn, 2 year old or 8 year old . So how can that seat offer premium protection to each age/weight ?

Of course rear facing is safer - I didn't realise I had stated that forward facing was ?


Of course you are - I think you might need retraining then as the figure you stated for group 0 is completely wrong.
Realistically not many people are going to use this for group 0 as most people want the convenience of a travel system so will opt for a group 0/0+ infant carrier and buy this once their child is getting towards group 1 size.
For group 1, the vast majority of seats sold are forward facing. The fact that this is rear facing makes it safer than all of those.
For group 2/3 where many people use a simple booster cushion, the fact that this seat converts to a high back booster makes it a much safer option than the cushion alone.
There is absolutely no logic in your argument that being designed for one stage makes it a safer design. My car has adjustable drivers seat and steering wheel but it's no less safe than one that doesn't.
I said your argument was flawed as you have used completely flawed logic to get to your conclusion. A seat suitable for 4 groups has to exceed the minimum European safety standards for all four groups and the fact that it is multi function is totally irrelevant when it comes to how well it does its job.
If it's been well designed and manufactured there is absolutely no reason why it would be any less safe than seats designed for individual groups.
#14
nitro228
spamboil
nitro228
spamboil
Car seats have an expiry date so you will not be able to use this seat from birth until 12 yrs of age or when the child reaches 135cm

http://www.joiebaby.com/faq/carseats/

There is the faithful saying 'jack of all trades, master of none '

It is much safer to seat your child in the group rating that they are suitable for :-
Group 0
Group 1
Group 2& 3


what's the basis of the comment of your statement that it's safer to have separate seats for each group? surely the fact that its rear facing up to 18kg makes it safer than the 90% of group 1 seats that are forward facing?
It's also safer than the booster seats most people use for group 3 as it offers far better neck and back support so I think your argument's flawed.


Lol I'm professional car seat trained so my argument is certainly not flawed ! But thanks for your opinion

A group 0 seat is designed to protect infants upto the weight of 15kgs or height if it's Isize.

A group 1 seat is designed to protect a child upto 18kgs

A group 2/3 is designed to protect a child who weighs over 15kgs

The 3 different seats are very different in appearance and functionality - if you purchase one seat to go from Birth to twelve years of age it is a multi functioning seat therefore meaning it is not specifically designed for a newborn, 2 year old or 8 year old . So how can that seat offer premium protection to each age/weight ?

Of course rear facing is safer - I didn't realise I had stated that forward facing was ?


Of course you are - I think you might need retraining then as the figure you stated for group 0 is completely wrong.
Realistically not many people are going to use this for group 0 as most people want the convenience of a travel system so will opt for a group 0/0+ infant carrier and buy this once their child is getting towards group 1 size.
For group 1, the vast majority of seats sold are forward facing. The fact that this is rear facing makes it safer than all of those.
For group 2/3 where many people use a simple booster cushion, the fact that this seat converts to a high back booster makes it a much safer option than the cushion alone.
There is absolutely no logic in your argument that being designed for one stage makes it a safer design. My car has adjustable drivers seat and steering wheel but it's no less safe than one that doesn't.
I said your argument was flawed as you have used completely flawed logic to get to your conclusion. A seat suitable for 4 groups has to exceed the minimum European safety standards for all four groups and the fact that it is multi function is totally irrelevant when it comes to how well it does its job.
If it's been well designed and manufactured there is absolutely no reason why it would be any less safe than seats designed for individual groups.


I cannot even be bothered just read the Adac reviews
#15
nitro228
vig1lante
Fantastic seat, rear facing is the way forward (no pun intended).
My boy's been in this now for a year and half (almost 3) and he doesn't have any issues


this shouldn't be used rear facing for anything after group 0+. If your son us still using it rear facing at 3 he's either very small or you're using it wrong.


It's Group 1 rear facing too, to 18kgs. My small 4 1/2 year old, who weighs 14.5kgs, is still rear facing in this seat.
#16
partygirlz1972
Not cheap I bought this a year ago and paid £150


Are you sure you didn't buy the Joie Stages, a totally different seat that is usually £150?
#17
spamboil
nitro228
spamboil
Car seats have an expiry date so you will not be able to use this seat from birth until 12 yrs of age or when the child reaches 135cm

http://www.joiebaby.com/faq/carseats/

There is the faithful saying 'jack of all trades, master of none '

It is much safer to seat your child in the group rating that they are suitable for :-
Group 0
Group 1
Group 2& 3


what's the basis of the comment of your statement that it's safer to have separate seats for each group? surely the fact that its rear facing up to 18kg makes it safer than the 90% of group 1 seats that are forward facing?
It's also safer than the booster seats most people use for group 3 as it offers far better neck and back support so I think your argument's flawed.


Lol I'm professional car seat trained so my argument is certainly not flawed ! But thanks for your opinion

A group 0 seat is designed to protect infants upto the weight of 15kgs or height if it's Isize.

A group 1 seat is designed to protect a child upto 18kgs

A group 2/3 is designed to protect a child who weighs over 15kgs

The 3 different seats are very different in appearance and functionality - if you purchase one seat to go from Birth to twelve years of age it is a multi functioning seat therefore meaning it is not specifically designed for a newborn, 2 year old or 8 year old . So how can that seat offer premium protection to each age/weight ?

Of course rear facing is safer - I didn't realise I had stated that forward facing was ?


I have this seat, and whilst I've never used it for a newborn I would be perfectly happy to do so - the angle that it sits in my car at is on a greater recline than the infant carrier I had and the inserts of the Every Stage are more snug than those in my infant carrier.

I use the Every Stage rear facing for my 4 1/2 year old, but out of interest converted it to a high backed booster and put my 8 year old in it to compare it to the high backed booster she normally has (Britax KidFix SL). I was really impressed with the Every Stage as a high backed booster, the seat is slightly deeper than the KidFix SL and there is certainly the same amount of head and body support.

I think this is a really good 'all stages' seat.

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