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Maxi Coxi Tobi Carseat reduced from £199 to £150.00 delivered @ Mothercare

£150.00 @ Mothercare
The Maxi Cosi Tobi is a group 1 forward facing car seat with side impact protection and is suitable from 9kg/20lbs (approximately 9 months old) and the high seating posiiton and multiple seat recline … Read More
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The Maxi Cosi Tobi is a group 1 forward facing car seat with side impact protection and is suitable from 9kg/20lbs (approximately 9 months old) and the high seating posiiton and multiple seat recline ensures they are always travelling in comfort.

Features and benefits for Maxi-Cosi Tobi Car Seat - Black Lines

Suitable for children weighing 9kg(20lbs) to a maximum weight of 18kg (40lbs) – approx 9 months to 4 years old

Side impact protection

5 recline positions

Easy to adjust harness and headrest

Installed using a 3 point seat belt

Spring loaded harness making it easier to place child in seat

Removable washable cover

Free 2 year guarantee
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
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#1
No comment on the deal, but just to say that whilst the seat may be physically capable of taking a child from 9 months old, in most cases, it's illegal to use this seat for a child under 15 months as they must be rear facing.
#2
Yes good point. This has confused me so much.. my little one is almost a year and holding on to his first car seat for as long as possible!! Shopping for second as we speak but such conflicting advise out there!
#3
I have to disagree as this is a weight based car seat which can be used forward facing for a baby over 9kg, according to gov anyway lol
1 Like #4
It isn't illegal to have a child forward face at 9 months but not recommended. The old rules are running side by side not being superseded, because the new isize seats are required to be isofix and not every car has isofix so they cannot be made a legal requirement for a few years yet. The old way of determining if the car seat is suitable was by the weight of the child which is approximate as children are different shapes so the height is more accurate.

Recommendations are that it is safer to keep baby rear facing as long as possible. You can get rear facing seats fitted with the seat belt for the same price bracket ,as this forward facing belt fitted seat.
Joie do some lower price seats that will rearface to approximately 4 years old. Which value for safety should is better in my opinion.
Slso if you are choosing to forward face britax do a forward facing only duo plus that can be fitted using either the seat belt or isofix if you have isofix I would consider the britax a better option for the price as though isofix isn't safer than a correctly fitted belted seat it does reduce the chances of the seat being incorrectly fitted.

Edited By: jdRiggs on Oct 17, 2016 15:31
1 Like #5
just bought the pearl for when my baby is old enough 149.99 from precious little one. She will be forward facing as she hates facing the back. travelling is a nightmare at the min in the pebble. If it was illegal it wouldn't be allowed to advertise that age range would it. folk spouting nonsense about car seats gets right on my goat!
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leewilson338
just bought the pearl for when my baby is old enough 149.99 from precious little one. She will be forward facing as she hates facing the back. travelling is a nightmare at the min in the pebble. If it was illegal it wouldn't be allowed to advertise that age range would it. folk spouting nonsense about car seats gets right on my goat!
It isn't illegal it is just not as safe, a lot of babies hate the infant carrier as the seating angle can bother babies with sensitive tummy's or reflux and they are not suitable to nosy babies because of the high sides, nor bigger babies as they get a bit confined in them. However it doesn't actually follow at all that they won't like facing rearward in the roomy toddler seat that they are high enough to see out the window and the angle suits them better.
Would recommend anyone in a similar situation to consider purchasing a seat that can be used both forward and rearward so you have your options open :) You can move baby into the toddler seat rear facing as it is suitable from birth and it may very well help a lot until baby is old enough for you to choose if you turn it around or not.
#7
yep she might like rear facing in a seat. Then again might not. I'm quite happy with what I have chosen
1 Like #8
Great advice jdRiggs. I can't talk about babies safety without coming across as rude. People who do not take their babies safety's seriously make drive me mad. My 3 yo is in an extended rear facing seat and it's not bothered. He did not like his first seat though but bought one bigger one and he's happy with that. Now looking to get one to last us until 25kg rear facing as this one is only up to 18kg. People should educate themselves and put the safety first.
#9
I just thought I'd share the love as car seats are so expensive!

Great advice jdRiggs

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