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Wanted: FORWARD FACING CAR SEAT

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months agoFeedback:111 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi im after a forward facing car seat, not the big bulky ones, really like the Britax evolva 123 - the ones that are like a booster seat with a back (preferably a short back as for a convertable) must be also from group one as LO only ten month and tiny. Let me know prices and pics, West Yorkshire for collection or prices if willing to post. Thanks for reading :)
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months agoFeedback:111 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
I know this isn't an answer to your post, but just wanted to say don't rush to move your baby into a forward facing car seat. They are much safer and better protected in an accident in a rear facing car seat, so keep them in that as long as they will fit. My daughter is 10 months, and still has plenty of space in her rear facing seat (so long as their heads do not pop over the top they are fine, even if their legs seem a bit squashed :thumbsup:). I am planning on keeping her in it for a good while before changing to a forward facing seat.
Sorry if I am stating the obvious to you :oops:
:)
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mummy22angels
I know this isn't an answer to your post, but just wanted to say don't rush to move your baby into a forward facing car seat. They are much safer and better protected in an accident in a rear facing car seat, so keep them in that as long as they will fit. My daughter is 10 months, and still has plenty of space in her rear facing seat (so long as their heads do not pop over the top they are fine, even if their legs seem a bit squashed :thumbsup:). I am planning on keeping her in it for a good while before changing to a forward facing seat.
Sorry if I am stating the obvious to you :oops:
:)



+1 and to be honest it's not worth risking a 2nd hand one from someone you don't know, get one fitted somewhere. I can't believe how many people move them too soon(mine were rear facing till 12+15mths)in a birth to 4 seat
#3
im in the same situation lo is coming up 9mths hubby cant wait to move her into big one but i think little one is far safer i like her backwards and i think the 1st seats are so much bigger now they defo ok till 12mths im gona hold off as long as poss, and ill 2nd lostscot you never know if they have been in accident even if seller says theyve not its not worth the risk you only need to buy it once buy the best new one you can afford
kiddicare get some good offers :thumbsup:
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Bumpy
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Closed as requested by OP, thank you for the report.

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