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Pampero Comfisafe Child Car Seat - now £69.99 @ Halfords

£69.99 @ Halfords
RRP £139.99 Pampero Comfisafe Child Car Seat Description The Pampero Comfisafe Child Car Seat is perfect for your baby from 9 months to 4 years old. It is a group 1 child seat with a recline… Read More
missgem Avatar
6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
RRP £139.99

Pampero Comfisafe Child Car Seat Description

The Pampero Comfisafe Child Car Seat is perfect for your baby from 9 months to 4 years old. It is a group 1 child seat with a recline function that is ideal for when your baby is falling asleep. The Pampero styling offers padding for extra comfort and adjustable tensioners for a perfect fit for your child.
Features & Benefits of the Pampero Comfisafe Child Seat

* Suitable for ages 9 months to 4 years (9-18kgs)
* Quick and easy to remove washable covers
* Individual harness tensioners to provide your baby with a perfect fit
* Reclines to ensure a comfortable journey
* Easy to install and adjust
* Head support for maximum comfort
* Compact design easily fits in to your car
* Adjustable headrest and harness means that the seat will grow with your child
* Deep, softly padded side wings and chest pads for optimum safety
* Side impact protection for maximum security



Pampero is a new range of child car seats exclusively created for Halfords. Combining optimum safety features, modern styling and unbeatable value, the Pampero range of car seats is an excited new addition to our authoritive range.

All Pampero seats are designed with your child's safety and comfort in mind. As well as enhanced seat padding and robust safety features, the child seats are lightweight, easy to transfer from car to car and simple to fit.

Remember, at Halfords we pride ourselves on our unrivalled fitting service and customer support. Our fully trained child seat fitters will be on hand to fit your car seat free of charge and provide a fitting demonstration to ensure you are confident to use the seat you have selected.

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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
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#2
Might seem a bargain but it's a pretty rubbish car seat...if this is your budget, honestly go for the Britax Prince. The RRP of £139.99 is a joke too....this would NEVER EVER sell at that price...it would be inline with Britax Eclipse, Fist Class Plus, Maxi Cosi Priori XP etc which are a world away from this thing! Halford's 'Half Price' offers should be done by trading standards for misleading customers!

Edited By: luvvlychocolate on Apr 18, 2011 10:28
#3
The maxi cosi priori xp is a much better seat to go for, with the seat bealt tensioner, the easy strap adjustment, and is overall just a great seat. However if you really refuse to buy that, this is actually a better fit in most vehicles in comparisson than the britax prince. (I fit a lot of seats and i don't like that seat) The britax prince has a flimsy clasp that the seat belt goes through to hold it in place. The comfisafe has a clip that locks in place over the seat belt so you get much less movement and is less likely to wear over time than the britax prince's clasp.
#4
looks like a teamtex/nania seat to me.
#5
I'm a trained car seat fitter and would recommend the Prince over this altho' I realise a lot is down to personal taste. Had to use the Prince (or Freeway as it was known then) for my twins as it was the only seat I could fit 2 of in the back seat whilst still allowing room for my eldest.....fit perfectly, solidly and we never had any problems with the clasp in the 3 years we used them. I also find it to be a good option for cars fitted with seat belt buckles attached to webbing to avoid buckle crunch tho' on slightly longer webbing the First Cass Plus using alternative seatbelt routing is usually the only option.

Certainly wouldn't hesitate to use or recommend the Prince. With regard to the Pampero, I personally find red the lock-off clip to be quite flimsy and I'm not confident it would stand the test of time. recline isn't as 'fluid' as on other models altho' I would say the Prince's main downside is that it doesn't have the conventional recline...we used ours in a part recline all the way thru' so it never bothered me but can see that it might affect it's popularity.

Edited By: luvvlychocolate on Apr 18, 2011 11:35
#6
kinda OT but i see that halfords also have a Bellelli for the same price - have the seat gurus got any thoughts on that one? We're got a maxi cosi tobi (which is a great seat) in the wifes corsa (the axiss didn't fit) but i'm looking for an occasional use seat for my car. I was looking at the prince but the britax fitting guide doesn't show it fitting my car (alfa 166) so i'm not sure what to go for....i know a priori XP is a good fit in the car as another owner advised me of this (i think the seatbelt tensioner helps) but i was hoping to get something a bit cheaper since it will only be used occasionally.....
#7
well looks like i've answered my own question as the britax fit finder is now saying the prince fits! That's weird as it wasn't the other day....anyway, opinions on the bellelli would still be welcome :D
#8
scrap that, i was right the first time....doesn't fit in the rear seats.
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Thanks for this great deal! It has been featured over on the HUKD blog Playpennies!

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#10
I would also like to know what people think of the Bellini, I need a seat for our 2nd car, we have the Price in our other car which is fine but pretty basic. I don't really want to spend much more than £70.
#11
After reading comments don't think I will buy the Pampero,one thing would like to add, although Which class Kiddy infinity pro as a best buy, it's not! child hates it and slips down. Need a good safe alternative that won't break the bank, it's for 2nd car.

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