Rear facing car seat - Joie Stages Group 0+/1/2 £99.99 @ Mothercare (Caviar Colour to get price £99.99) - HotUKDeals
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Rear facing car seat - Joie Stages Group 0+/1/2 £99.99 @ Mothercare (Caviar Colour to get price £99.99)

£99.99 @ Mothercare
At a Glance The Joie Stages Car seat is suitable from birth and can be used up to the age of 7 years old, including in an extended rearward facing position that is suitable right up until your litt… Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
At a Glance

The Joie Stages Car seat is suitable from birth and can be used up to the age of 7 years old, including in an extended rearward facing position that is suitable right up until your little one reaches approx 18kg (approx 4 years old)

Features and benefits for Joie Stages Group 0+, 1 and 2 Car Seat - Caviar

Rearward facing birth to 18kg/40lbs (approx 4 years)

Can also be used forward facing from 9kg/20lbs (approx 9 months) to 25kg (approx 7 years)

Can be used rearward facing for longer and will last your child up to approx 7 years old

Side impact protection

Winner of Honourable Mention Red Dot award

Steel enhanced frame

Side ventilated headrest and sides

5 position harness and headrest height adjustment, adjust simultaneously and with one hand

No-rethread harness height adjustment

Harness stores in custom compartments when seat is being used in Group 2

4 recline positions: 1 rear facing and 3 forward facing

Plush, deluxe cushioning and fabrics

Breathable knit fabrics and sandwich foam headrest

Free 12 months guarantee

We recommend that you check this car seat is compatible with your vehicle before purchasing. Please click here to view the manufacturers fit guide.

Want to Know More?

The award winning Joie Stage carseat has been designed so children can travel in the rearward facing position for much longer - from birth right up until they are approximately 4 years old. The seat can also be used in a forward facing position from 9kg (approx 9 months) if your child prefers to travel in this positions, and then from the age of 4-7 it can be used as a high back booster seat.

The Joie Stage car seat features a steel enhanced frame with side impact protection and plush, deluxe cushioning and fabrics to ensure your little one's comfort. The five point safety harness and headrest are quick and simple to adjust as your little one grows and do not need to be rethread to adjust them. The seat can be reclined to so children can sit up to see the world go by or recline back if they like to sleep during the journey. In a rearward facing position the seat can be reclined in one position and in forward facing mode it features three different reclining positions.

As you child gets older and starts to use the seat as a highback booster, they are kept safely in the seat using the vehicles seatbelt and the harness that is used by younger children can be stored out of the way in a special compartment.

Don't Forget...

...not all car seats fit all vehicles, our trained staff will check the compatibility and ensure you get the right car seat for your vehicle.

Maximum child weight: 25 kg

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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Says "Availability: Estimated dispatch date: 21/11/2016"
#2
It's this price in lots of places.
#3
hfullwood
It's this price in lots of places.


Only one I found, take cashback into account and it is the cheapest
#4
the1C3MAN
Says "Availability: Estimated dispatch date: 21/11/2016"


They dispatch faster I got mine yesterday
3 Likes #5
It's political correctness gone mad when they have to call it caviar colour, not allowed to say black. oO
#6
Bought one of these and paid £150 bargain at £99 also great for children with special needs great for the childs back,neck and head support
#7
We have this seat, and it's been very good, my only criticisms are that 1) The straps are a bit awkward to loosen and tighten as the webbing end you pull to tighten can easily get jammed if you don't pull it in a perfectly straight line (you do naturally tend to pull slightly towards you when you're leaning in to strap baby in) and 2) Though it might be rear facing up to 18kg our 1 year old is already having to forward face as he doesn't have much room for his legs when rear facing (due to it only being usable in the fully reclined position when rear facing, meaning his feet are touching the backrest of the rear seats).

Edited By: Aliwoo18 on Nov 04, 2016 11:42: Typo
1 Like #8
boostii
It's political correctness gone mad when they have to call it caviar colour, not allowed to say black. oO
Don't be a moron
#9
Good for the price
#10
Aliwoo18
We have this seat, and it's been very good, my only criticisms are that 1) The straps are a bit awkward to loosen and tighten as the webbing end you pull to tighten can easily get jammed if you don't pull it in a perfectly straight line (you do naturally tend to pull slightly towards you when you're leaning in to strap baby in) and 2) Though it might be rear facing up to 18kg our 1 year old is already having to forward face as he doesn't have much room for his legs when rear facing (due to it only being usable in the fully reclined position when rear facing, meaning his feet are touching the backrest of the rear seats.


We have a joie car seat that has exactly the same issues with the straps. I've contacted customer services and my last email has been ignored. :(
1 Like #11
Aliwoo18
We have this seat, and it's been very good, my only criticisms are that 1) The straps are a bit awkward to loosen and tighten as the webbing end you pull to tighten can easily get jammed if you don't pull it in a perfectly straight line (you do naturally tend to pull slightly towards you when you're leaning in to strap baby in) and 2) Though it might be rear facing up to 18kg our 1 year old is already having to forward face as he doesn't have much room for his legs when rear facing (due to it only being usable in the fully reclined position when rear facing, meaning his feet are touching the backrest of the rear seats).


Please turn it back to rear facing, your son can cross his legs. If my 4 1/2 year old (she weighs 14kgs, so still within the 18kgs weight limit for rear facing) can sit rear facing I'm sure your 1 year old can.
1 Like #12
andreah903
Aliwoo18
We have this seat, and it's been very good, my only criticisms are that 1) The straps are a bit awkward to loosen and tighten as the webbing end you pull to tighten can easily get jammed if you don't pull it in a perfectly straight line (you do naturally tend to pull slightly towards you when you're leaning in to strap baby in) and 2) Though it might be rear facing up to 18kg our 1 year old is already having to forward face as he doesn't have much room for his legs when rear facing (due to it only being usable in the fully reclined position when rear facing, meaning his feet are touching the backrest of the rear seats).
Please turn it back to rear facing, your son can cross his legs. If my 4 1/2 year old (she weighs 14kgs, so still within the 18kgs weight limit for rear facing) can sit rear facing I'm sure your 1 year old can.

Yep there's never going to be much room but it's still safer, I have a 3year old who makes himself comfortable rear facing
#13
Great price seeing as rear facing are so expensive.
I'm already on the lookout for a deal for my 6 month old twins as getting this requirement without a deal would cost £££!
So confused though as so many to choose from
#14
andreah903
Aliwoo18
We have this seat, and it's been very good, my only criticisms are that 1) The straps are a bit awkward to loosen and tighten as the webbing end you pull to tighten can easily get jammed if you don't pull it in a perfectly straight line (you do naturally tend to pull slightly towards you when you're leaning in to strap baby in) and 2) Though it might be rear facing up to 18kg our 1 year old is already having to forward face as he doesn't have much room for his legs when rear facing (due to it only being usable in the fully reclined position when rear facing, meaning his feet are touching the backrest of the rear seats).
Please turn it back to rear facing, your son can cross his legs. If my 4 1/2 year old (she weighs 14kgs, so still within the 18kgs weight limit for rear facing) can sit rear facing I'm sure your 1 year old can.
You know what, I agree - the seat in my car is still rear facing but my partner decided to turn hers to forward facing last week. Will have that "discussion" this afternoon!
#15
Aliwoo18
andreah903
Aliwoo18
We have this seat, and it's been very good, my only criticisms are that 1) The straps are a bit awkward to loosen and tighten as the webbing end you pull to tighten can easily get jammed if you don't pull it in a perfectly straight line (you do naturally tend to pull slightly towards you when you're leaning in to strap baby in) and 2) Though it might be rear facing up to 18kg our 1 year old is already having to forward face as he doesn't have much room for his legs when rear facing (due to it only being usable in the fully reclined position when rear facing, meaning his feet are touching the backrest of the rear seats).
Please turn it back to rear facing, your son can cross his legs. If my 4 1/2 year old (she weighs 14kgs, so still within the 18kgs weight limit for rear facing) can sit rear facing I'm sure your 1 year old can.
You know what, I agree - the seat in my car is still rear facing but my partner decided to turn hers to forward facing last week. Will have that "discussion" this afternoon!


Have a look at Joie's own website, they are one of the only big manufacturers that are really doing anything to try and get patents to see how much safer rear facing is http://www.lookbacklonger.com It does also say in the Stages manual that when you baby/child is between 9 and 18kgs in weight (and therefore may use the seat rear facing or forward facing) that you should chose rear facing because it's safer.
1 Like #16
^ I mean 'parents' not 'patents'!
#17
the1C3MAN
Says "Availability: Estimated dispatch date: 21/11/2016"
I got mine from Kiddies Kingdom, they have it in stock and send as NEXT Day delivery for free. Big Bargain.
#18
I bought this last week from Babies R Us for £99.99 and it is a fantastic rear facing chair. VERY comfy and well built. Did a lot of research into this before I bought it. Save yourself the hassle, get it, worth every penny.
#19
Ant find thisnfor less than £150. Interested for the grandparents car

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