Winnie the Pooh Booster Seat - £6.99 + del @ Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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Was £14.97

This Pooh Booster Seat will ensure the correct positioning of both diagonal and lap seatbelts. It has a removable and washable cushion and is suitable for children from the age of 4 years upwards.
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#2
Err, is this special because it has winnie pooh on? Not sure here - I bought a booster from Halfords for the same money yesterday.

What's the deal here? Seems like a load of push and shove to get what is essentially a booster seat.
#3
sicknote
Err, is this special because it has winnie pooh on? Not sure here - I bought a booster from Halfords for the same money yesterday.

What's the deal here? Seems like a load of push and shove to get what is essentially a booster seat.

The fact that it is less than half price might have something to do with the deal and that they are essential!! :roll:
#4
love it.. my daughter loves winnie pooh :)

good price imo
#5
I wouldnt put my kids on any of this rubbish, the padding is **** how can you expect kids to sit on these cheap boosters with 1cm of rubbish foam underneath on a car journey is beyond me.
#6
deanos;1764740
...1cm of rubbish foam underneath on a car journey is beyond me.....


Well, the £12.99 pinkish booster seat bought from Halfords has the same padding. :)
#7
edi
Well, the £12.99 pinkish booster seat bought from Halfords has the same padding. :)



Proably has, but i wouldn't put my kids on uncomfatable seats :thumbsup:
#8
Most are not designed for luxury comfort but to be extra safe. That is the most important thing. If I bought this and my kids started complaining that they were weren't comfy then I'd obviously think about changing it, but I know heaps of kids that sit on these and never complain.

I think you're just complaining for the sake of complaining.

Thanks for the deal, it's great.....
#9
I posted this weeks ago.
#10
leona71
Most are not designed for luxury comfort but to be extra safe. That is the most important thing. If I bought this and my kids started complaining that they were weren't comfy then I'd obviously think about changing it, but I know heaps of kids that sit on these and never complain.

I think you're just complaining for the sake of complaining.

Thanks for the deal, it's great.....


Dont be silly, would you sit on one of those uncomfortable seats for a long period instead of a comfy seat, of course you wouldnt and i would expect my kids to either
#11
Get real deanos, go blow your trumpet elsewhere...............!
#12
im not blowing my own trumpet, just think kids deserve better than a hard piece of plastic and a crapp piece of foam
#13
KELLY 'N' STEVE;1764116
The fact that it is less than half price might have something to do with the deal and that they are essential!! :roll:


Read my post before jumping in. :roll:
Half what price - would anyone really pay double the price advertised for a booster seat that you can get in Halfords?
Must be something that appeals to Winnie fans.
#14
deanos;1766787
im not blowing my own trumpet, just think kids deserve better than a hard piece of plastic and a crapp piece of foam


Totally agree - this is the emporers new clothes.
banned#15
I'm sorry but kids shouldn't be in seats like this. With full seats that offer side protection for kids up to the age of 12 for the £30-£40 mark and with recent crash testing by 'which', I value the lives of my kids more than £6.99, or even £14.99.
#16
deanos
im not blowing my own trumpet, just think kids deserve better than a hard piece of plastic and a crapp piece of foam


My Son used one of these style booster seats uuntil recently. He is 10 and never once complained of being uncomfortable. Believe me, If he were he would have whinged very loudly!

My Son is in no way deprived...

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