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Team Tex Top Infant Car Seat- 75% Off £19.99

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[admin] 9y, 9m agoFound 9 years, 9 months ago
Reduced from £79.99 to £19.99, could save any parent-to-be a fortune! Kiddicare has loads of offers on at the moment, but I though this deal was particularly good.
Delivery is a bit steep, £5.99... but if you spend over £50, it's free.
Kiddicare also have a pricematch promise, if you find the same product cheaper, they refund 20% of the cost to you.

PRICEMATCH EDIT- Their website says they actually refund the difference to you, not 20% of the total as stated on cantbarsed.co.uk- julietbravo
- juliet_bravo

Thought I'd better add the website description on too

DESCRIPTION: Suitable from birth to approx 12mths, The Top cocoons your baby in the most protective & snug way.

Padded insert * includes Hood * 4 position carry handle
3 point harness * suitable from birth to approx 12 mths * machine washable covers at 30 degrees


Another fantastic deal can be found here http://www.kiddicare.com/invt/hkinftrvsysnvyyel?No=120&No=150&N=2519
(just paste to your browser)

A full travel system reduced from £649.99 to £279.97, available in red/black or yellow/navy. we paid around £800 for our travel system last year so I think this is a great price. I thought that deals on baby products are only going to appeal to a small group of members, which is why I haven't posted every deal seperately. I didn't want to flood the pages with similar products!


DESCRIPTION: Te infinity offers A multi-position lie back on a lightweight aluminum frame; it has 2 fixable swivel small front wheels for maximum maneuverability and 2 pneumatic rear wheels. Comes complete with a Carry cot for new baby that clips easily on the frame and a front and rear facing pushchair with an adjustable and removable bumper bar. The removable hood and bumper bar fabric are both machine washable.

The light weight lifesaver car seat fits easily onto the pushchair frame with the clips included, it is suitable from birth to 13 kg, and it comes complete with seatbelt pads and headrest protector. It has a detachable, full shell Styrofoam inlay and a one handed adjustable ergonomic style handle grip The rain sun canopy is included(to be removed before fitting into car).

Package includes foot muff, carrycot and pushchair

lifesaver car seat included
front and rear facing pushchair
lightweight frame
removable bumper bar and hood
footmuff included
Adjustable handle height 67 105 cm
Folded dimensions 88 x 44 x 45 cm
Weight 11 kg
- juliet_bravo
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#1
Excellent price for this :) Thanks!

http://www.kiddicare.com/content/ebiz/kiddicare/invt/teamtextopblkbbbus/teamtextopblkbbbus_l.jpg
#2
Thanks from me too juliet_bravo :)

Excellent spot !
#3
£79.99 is RRP (which can be meaningless in some cases)........ not reduced from price! Fair price though i guess
#4
I just received this chair through the post from Kiddicare. The missus is well impressed. A real bargain at 20 quid. I wouldn't be surprised at all to see it retailing at 80 quid. Loads of other bargains on site. We got completely kitted out with bouncer chair, cot, chair & stool, travel cot, steriliser, car seat (above) and loads of other bits and pieces for just over 300 quid. Quality of all is excellent. Kiddicare even dropped their 25 quid standard delivery charge to Northern Ireland
[admin]#5
Thanks for comment philh777- we've bought a lot of stuff from there too, they're really good. Good luck with your new baby!!!
#6
Team Tex ???

Personally i would go for the Maxi Cosi ones for £49.99 http://www.kiddicare.com/invt/carmaxcabhenriz?No=0&N=365+58 rather than a no name that i cant find any crash tests for that may be useless in a crash.

Alot of Kiddicare offers are even cheaper instore if you live nearby, and they will fit and check car seats for you before you buy one, as not all seats fit all cars
#7
Got to agree with Deano, not a bargain in my book unless it's going to keep a baby safe which I'm not sure this one would...
#8
Granted, there may perhaps be better ones out there but this one is far from "useless". It has to meet minimum standards (Which are pretty high). Chances are it's better than even a "quality" seat from five years ago.
#9
AndyToys
Granted, there may perhaps be better ones out there but this one is far from "useless". It has to meet minimum standards (Which are pretty high). Chances are it's better than even a "quality" seat from five years ago.



Yes there are "minimum" standards they have to meet which arnt that great to be honest as side impact isnt one of them , but some far exceed these requirements and are alot better in side impact testing under the more stringent Which test , is it really worth the risk saving a few quid and getting a seat with no crash test data , i couldnt live with myself if i had a crash and didnt have a seat that was alot safer and only £30 more and something happened to my daughter
#10
Made by Nania , that says it all . Their seats are renowned for splitting in two on impact !
#11
I think this is a bargain, I'm sure it must be a safe car seat for a store that looks like it specialises in baby products to sell it. maybe its a store own make or something ???.
I've always used mamas and papas but the new one we just bought for our
3rd child is really heavy not very practical to carry baby about in.
Never been on that site before wished I'd heard of it before I had my baby they have loads of bargains like steraliser, bouncing chair, baby swing added it to favs :thumbsup:
[admin]#12
natalie1974
Made by Nania , that says it all . Their seats are renowned for splitting in two on impact !


Yeah I'm sure that a reputable company would be allowed to sell car seats that split in two......
:whistling:
#13
Safc-Chick
I think this is a bargain, I'm sure it must be a safe car seat for a store that looks like it specialises in baby products to sell it. maybe its a store own make or something ???.


You think its a bargain, you dont sound so sure, like i said before these seats will all meet a "minimum" spec and this does not include side impact as they dont test for that, the Which tests however do test for side impact and higher impact speeds ,so go for one from the which tests that have met a far higher crash test,

I ask everyone again is it worth the risk with a babys life to save a few quid ?

Maybe reading this will change your minds ?
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/2964450.stm
#14
juliet_bravo
Yeah I'm sure that a reputable company would be allowed to sell car seats that split in two......
:whistling:



Yeah , well they are French and their safety standards are different to ours !

Have a read of this : http://messageboards.ivillage.co.uk/iv-ukpbcarseats/?msg=2989.2

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