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Maxi-Cosi Easyfix base @ Tesco.com - £78.29 (collect in-store) or +£5 home delivery

£78.29 @ Tesco Direct
Easier and safer way to fix your baby's car seat in your car than just using the seatbelt. Most places (Mothercare, John Lewis, Amazon etc.) selling it for £115, so this is a very good price. It's des… Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Easier and safer way to fix your baby's car seat in your car than just using the seatbelt. Most places (Mothercare, John Lewis, Amazon etc.) selling it for £115, so this is a very good price. It's designed for a car with IsoFix compatibility. If you don't have Isofix, you may as well save your cash and go for the Easybase.

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The Easyfix base from Maxi Cosi comes in black. It features colour indicators which show clearly and immediately whether installation of the car seat is correct. The Maxi Cosi Cabriofix is simple to install on the base using the click system. The Easyfix base can be installed with IsoFix and / or a 3 point belt and it complies with R044.04.

Brand Maxi Cosi
Colour Black
Features of Product Dimensions: 17x39x66 (with suppot leg short height 51cm with leg extended 68cm)
Safety Certification R044.04
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#1
scandalous price when you can buy other carseat bases for around £30-50
#2
golfer2007
scandalous price when you can buy other carseat bases for around £30-50


Show me an IsoFix car seat base for £30-50. There's a significant difference between a standard car seat base and an IsoFix one, The major differences being that there is no chance of an incorrectly fitted car seat and it creates a rigid link between the seat and the car.
#3
have a look at what i said key word being 'OTHER' car seat bases and as for major differences dont make me laugh
#4
golfer2007
have a look at what i said key word being 'OTHER' car seat bases and as for major differences dont make me laugh


There are major differences when using ISOFIX, the seat becomes part of the car shell and makes it alot safer than a base thats just strapped in.
#5
golfer2007
have a look at what i said key word being 'OTHER' car seat bases and as for major differences dont make me laugh


'OTHER' could've meant Britax, Graco or Recaro...who also make IsoFix car seat bases Maybe you should've been more specific and better informed before coming back with sarcy comments ;-)
#6
spratty
'OTHER' could've meant Britax, Graco or Recaro...who also make IsoFix car seat bases Maybe you should've been more specific and better informed before coming back with sarcy comments ;-)


is it isofix or easyfix cos they are two different things?
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golfer2007
is it isofix or easyfix cos they are two different things?


ISOFIX stands for "International Standards Organisation FIX". This is an international standard used by many manufacturers for installing child seats into cars and is intended to make fitting child seats quick and simple.

Easyfix is Maxi-Cosi's brand name for their base that uses the ISOFIX system.

So in answer to your question...the base is both, it is an Easyfix base that uses the ISOFIX system.
#8
i think you need to get your facts straight cos you are wrong - A Maxi-Cosi Easy Base (Non ISOFIX) is an easy to install car seat base for connecting the CabrioFix baby car seat, allowing babies up to 13 kg (29lbs) to travel rearward facing in the front or rear of most cars.

When cars are manufactured, ISOFIX points are built into them. Child seat manufacturers also build ISOFIX fitting points on their child seats. This will enable ISOFIX child seats to be simply plugged into the ISOFIX points in the car.

ISOFIX is an essential development because many people find it difficult to fit child seats correctly, and many surveys have found that a high proportion of the child seats are not fitted securely enough.

Most child seats are currently designed to be fitted by using a car's adult lap and diagonal seat belt (or sometimes, just a lap belt). However, car seats, seat belts, and their anchorages vary dramatically between different models of cars. Car seats have different shapes; some seat belts are much shorter than others, the position of the anchor points differs so some are further forward or have shorter stalks than others. All these factors make it virtually impossible to make a child car seat that fits all cars, and sometimes tricky to fit a child car seat correctly.

Basically the ISOFIX is the best and safest way to secure a child car seat.
#9
golfer2007
i think you need to get your facts straight cos you are wrong - A Maxi-Cosi Easy Base (Non ISOFIX) is an easy to install car seat base for connecting the CabrioFix baby car seat, allowing babies up to 13 kg (29lbs) to travel rearward facing in the front or rear of most cars.

When cars are manufactured, ISOFIX points are built into them. Child seat manufacturers also build ISOFIX fitting points on their child seats. This will enable ISOFIX child seats to be simply plugged into the ISOFIX points in the car.

ISOFIX is an essential development because many people find it difficult to fit child seats correctly, and many surveys have found that a high proportion of the child seats are not fitted securely enough.

Most child seats are currently designed to be fitted by using a car's adult lap and diagonal seat belt (or sometimes, just a lap belt). However, car seats, seat belts, and their anchorages vary dramatically between different models of cars. Car seats have different shapes; some seat belts are much shorter than others, the position of the anchor points differs so some are further forward or have shorter stalks than others. All these factors make it virtually impossible to make a child car seat that fits all cars, and sometimes tricky to fit a child car seat correctly.

Basically the ISOFIX is the best and safest way to secure a child car seat.


Ha, I think you'll find that you are the one that is wrong (slightly). Yes Maxi-cosi have an Easy-Base which is Non-Isofix, but they also have an Easy-fix base which is Isofix and is the one that has been posted as a hot deal. Having purchased an Easy-fix Base for my impending baby (5 weeks approx) which I got from Kiddicare for approx £90 this is a hot deal.

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