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Britax Evolva SL SICT Group 1/2/3 car seat in Mineral purple - £149.99 @ AMAZON

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£149.99 @ Amazon
Britax Evolva SL SICT Group 1/2/3 car seat in Mineral Purple on sale for £149.99, cheapest i can find, unfortunately only colour on for that price. This is the newest version of the Britax Evolva. Has… Read More
Britax Evolva SL SICT Group 1/2/3 car seat in Mineral Purple on sale for £149.99, cheapest i can find, unfortunately only colour on for that price. This is the newest version of the Britax Evolva. Has…
DuchessinBlack Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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The difference is the side impact is improved on the new version.
It doesn't have isofix bars just straps with a clip at the end that if is useful when using as a high back booster as it keeps the seat in place when the child is not using it. Booster seats are supposed to be strapped in when not in use so they don't fly cross the inside of the car in an accident.
The isofix bars or connectors are handy on a high back booster if you have moulded back seats to prevent the seat sliding over the buckle when trying to strap the child in.
There is also a non-ISOFIX version of the seat, that will be cheaper. If it doesn't have 'SL' in the name of the seat it's not the ISOFIX one.
kolibri
Reviews say no ISOFix?


If it's the 'SL' version of the seat it DOES have ISOFIX (the SL means Soft Latch - this is what Britax use to describe the ISOFIX connectors on a length of strap that this seat has). You still have to use the seatbelt to secure the seat in the car, the ISOFIX function is neither here nor there when you are using the seat for a child under 18kgs (with the 5-point harness securing the child into the seat). Where the ISOFIX comes in handy is when you convert the seat to be a high backed booster - the fact that it's clipped into the ISOFIX points in your car means you won't have to remember to fasten the seatbelt over the empty seat if you are in the car without your child.
Reviews say no ISOFix?
All britax gone down in Halfords 20%
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Britax Romer Dualfix Child Car Seat £214.00 Delivered @ John Lewis (Save at least £100 compare to other retailers)

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£214.00 @ Halfords
I was looking for a good rear-facing car seat and found this good deal! This is at least £100 saving compared to other retailers like Amazon/Halford, etc. This is an excellent car seat and I never see… Read More
I was looking for a good rear-facing car seat and found this good deal! This is at least £100 saving compared to other retailers like Amazon/Halford, etc. This is an excellent car seat and I never see…
sunnydurian Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago21 Comments
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mrsroberts11
just looked no cash back for John lewis
get on kidstart
there are a few retailers doing cashback on them that are not on any other sites


thanks bringit
mrsroberts11
just looked no cash back for John lewis
get on kidstart
there are a few retailers doing cashback on them that are not on any other sites
just looked no cash back for John lewis
back down in price. any one no how much cash back you will get?
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The Britax Evolva 123 Car Seat - £65.00 @ ASDA George

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£65.00 @ George (Asda George)
Great price and certainly the cheapest I can find online. Just ordered. The Britax Evolva 1-2-3 combination seat features padded side wings, performance chest pads, upright or recline position… Read More
Great price and certainly the cheapest I can find online. Just ordered. The Britax Evolva 1-2-3 combination seat features padded side wings, performance chest pads, upright or recline position…
sparrowandco1 Avatar2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago5 Comments
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jameswalker457
damn! I got excitied then


Sorry :( I'd keep checking as it appears to pop back into stock now and again.
damn! I got excitied then
Syzable
Thanks for sharing but already OOS i'm afraid, expired.


Sorry! I must have got the last one :(
Thanks for sharing but already OOS i'm afraid, expired.
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Britax Romer KIDFIX XP SICT Booster Seat - Cosmos Black £119.00 with code @ Halfords

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£119.00 @ Halfords
20% off high back booster seats when you trade in any booster cushion* Use voucher code saferseat + quidco 4% Read More
20% off high back booster seats when you trade in any booster cushion* Use voucher code saferseat + quidco 4%
bagin Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago4 Comments
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I agree, it is a good seat with excellent reviews on Which?
XP is more expensive everywhere.. i bought this on previous halfords offer.. tis a good seat but VERY upright.. my 5 year old cant sit back in it x
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Britax Römer KIDFIX SL SICT High-Backed Booster Car Seat, Group 2/3 (15 - 36 kg), Collection 2017, Flame Red £79.95 @ Amazon PRIME Exclusive

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was looking for a new car seat for my 3 year old found this in Amazon with this great price only down side is delivery estimated to be in 1-4 weeks Britax Romer Kidfix SL SICT Car Seat include… Read More
was looking for a new car seat for my 3 year old found this in Amazon with this great price only down side is delivery estimated to be in 1-4 weeks Britax Romer Kidfix SL SICT Car Seat include…
mahmouddiaa Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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received mine in under 10 days
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admando
Shame, we need the reclining one. Our boys are top heavy with big heads so we have to recline them for dozing!!


I am having second thoughts is there any good stage 3 reclining seats ?


group 2/3 seats don't generally have much recline as it puts LO at risk of submarining under the seatbelt in the event of a crash.
We've got the Cybex Solution hbb - it has a reclining headrest which, along with the headrest sides, is generally enough to keep her head tilted back when she sleeps (although we have recently bought the Radian 5 to make her a bit comfier on long drives).
admando
Shame, we need the reclining one. Our boys are top heavy with big heads so we have to recline them for dozing!!


I am having second thoughts is there any good stage 3 reclining seats ?
zizzles
Great price . VH

nraja
Only for prime members :(
No new members are being accepted this year, message me, I can probably get you in for about £200





??? I have used the free prime membership on my account so will have to open a new one
Great price . VH

nraja
Only for prime members :(
No new members are being accepted this year, message me, I can probably get you in for about £200




Edited By: zizzles on May 05, 2017 10:31
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20% off Carseats even already reduced ones with code eg Joie Juva stage 1 car seat was £39.99 now £28.80, Britax Romer Eclipse was £135 now £68 more in post @ Halfords

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20% off car seats at Halfords using code B17CS03 until 25/4/17. Does NOT combine with the trade in booster seat and get 20% off offer and its not valid on Maxi Cosi or car seats sold through their app… Read More
20% off car seats at Halfords using code B17CS03 until 25/4/17. Does NOT combine with the trade in booster seat and get 20% off offer and its not valid on Maxi Cosi or car seats sold through their app…
emribena Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago17 Comments
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Thanks for posting this. I just bought 2x Recaro Young Sport Hero Child Car Seat - Performance Black for £216 (and 3% quidco on top). The seats are £135 in Halfords before discount compared to £180 elsewhere.
Lilmonkey
Shame the search doesn't allow iso-fix and rear facing.. Too many to click through just to find out which ones are both iso-fox and rear facing.


It does on the left choose "baby seats" to get rear facing as it incudes the toddler seats and then choose isofix
Thank you OP. Got the Cosatto Isofix for £79.99. Great price.
We're is this discount code advertised to?
thought i'd try just incase and it worked for me with maxi cosi rodi!! thanks!! £20 saving!
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Britax Romer Kidfix SL SICT high back isofix grp 2/3 booster RRP£150 £90.00 @ Amazon - Prime Exclusive

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£90.00 @ Amazon
reduced from £150 in flame red only. I've Just bought another one of these as I'm really impressed with the first one we have. It's lightweight and not too bulky but still scores high for safety. Su… Read More
reduced from £150 in flame red only. I've Just bought another one of these as I'm really impressed with the first one we have. It's lightweight and not too bulky but still scores high for safety. Su…
macorobi Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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dodgymix
been this price 3 or 4 times in last 6m and now they've got this pointless prime only deal which should be in the title
Erm... it does say Prime Exclusive in the title....and it's not pointless to the many who have Prime. Grouchy!

Edited By: macorobi on Apr 03, 2017 16:40
£68.00 & FREE Delivery without isofix
been this price 3 or 4 times in last 6m and now they've got this pointless prime only deal which should be in the title
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Britax Romer duo plus with ISOfix Group 1 (9kgs - 18kgs) car seat £30.00 @ Smyths Instore

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Britax Romer Duo Plus Group 1 car seat found in Smyths Bolton for £30. Could be national Was £149 down to £30 that is a bargain (currently £230 on kiddicare) Read More
Britax Romer Duo Plus Group 1 car seat found in Smyths Bolton for £30. Could be national Was £149 down to £30 that is a bargain (currently £230 on kiddicare)
wafflekiraz Avatar5m, 1d agoFound 5 months, 1 day ago14 Comments
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jdRiggs
This seat requires a top tether for compatibility with most cars, check the fitting guide still a bargain but the tether must be purchased separately, smyths don't stock it.


I may be dumb but what's a tether? I haven't had a problem fitting it in any of the cars I have used it in


it's just a strap that attaches the top of the seat to a tether point in the boot/behind seat/under parcel shelf (depending on car)
jdRiggs
This seat requires a top tether for compatibility with most cars, check the fitting guide still a bargain but the tether must be purchased separately, smyths don't stock it.


I may be dumb but what's a tether? I haven't had a problem fitting it in any of the cars I have used it in
I was under the impression that the top tether was an additional 'optional' fitting if you had a tether point and wasn't actually required as such.
This seat requires a top tether for compatibility with most cars, check the fitting guide still a bargain but the tether must be purchased separately, smyths don't stock it.


It definitely is, I will post the receipt if you like, I got it from the Bolton store
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britax evolva 123 plus in chilli pepper - £20.00 (+ Further 10% off today) @ Halfords

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Britax evolva 123 plus in chilli pepper colour, £20 + 10% off today. £18 when added to basket for today only - possible misprice as all other colours are £145! Now OOS - grinnaslee Read More
Britax evolva 123 plus in chilli pepper colour, £20 + 10% off today. £18 when added to basket for today only - possible misprice as all other colours are £145! Now OOS - grinnaslee
clarescott188 Avatar5m, 2d agoFound 5 months, 2 days ago163 Comments
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I got conformation text and email. It still shows confirmed and delivery on or before 28th March.
I don't mind if it's cancelled, these things happen but halfords have my phone number and email. They have not called, text or emailed me to say it's cancelled and that is a very poor show. As is working through a list as an excuse for not being on top of it. A company of this size can select and bang out a thousand generic cancellation emails in a few clicks.
They are just a rubbish company. And if you want conformation of that you don't have to go any further than their own staff. Ask at the tills what they think of halfords systems and get ready for some honest opinions of a low paid shelf stacker!
Did anyone manage to actually pick one up or get it delivered?
1234321
Still saying from the 28th when I track it so I just phoned my local store where I was supposed to collect it from today and she looked on the computer system and said it should be in the next delivery on Thursday:-) fingers crossed
Mine is the same so phoned and got told it should be in tomorrow's delivery (by the manager) - shop seems unaware of any issues and I didn't let on either!

My order was placed at 11.21

Edited By: paulagalloway on Feb 28, 2017 18:04
Still saying from the 28th when I track it so I just phoned my local store where I was supposed to collect it from today and she looked on the computer system and said it should be in the next delivery on Thursday:-) fingers crossed
I thought you were meant to get an update when your reserve and collect item was available to collect?
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Britax Eclipse Forward facing toddler seat certified for plane travel - smyths £59.99 free C&C

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£59.99 @ smyths toys
Reduced from £84.99 to £59.99 It is one of a few toddler car seats certified for airplane travel. The Britax Eclipse is a forward facing car seat. With its slim base, the Eclipse is the ideal solu… Read More
Reduced from £84.99 to £59.99 It is one of a few toddler car seats certified for airplane travel. The Britax Eclipse is a forward facing car seat. With its slim base, the Eclipse is the ideal solu…
jdRiggs Avatar5m, 4d agoFound 5 months, 4 days ago8 Comments
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aishakhan894
Isn't Mothercare's Madrid car seat the same for less dosh?


This one is forward facing only the Madrid can be fitted rear facing up to 13kg around a year. Some of the reviews found it too upright for a tiny baby wgdm rear facing but that would be determined by the slope of the back seat of the car
gmerchant
hi guys..seen you all commenting about this car seat being good if you have less space..can you advice if in a 7 seater I put 2 of these one each near the door- can someone (an adult) then sit in the middle seat?thanks


It would depend on the car. Some cars don't have a full width middle seat. others have moulded back seats that limit options. If yet haven't a full width middle seat this one is usually a good fit for the middle. Two of the same seat beside each other won't save you much width as the gain is aligning a lower height seat like the joie elevate or Britax adventure beside it. That style slots in depth and height wise beside the base part of the eclipse aligning with under the chair area.
hi guys..seen you all commenting about this car seat being good if you have less space..can you advice if in a 7 seater I put 2 of these one each near the door- can someone (an adult) then sit in the middle seat?thanks
The_IMF
aishakhan894
Isn't Mothercare's Madrid car seat the same for less dosh?

No. The Madrid is 48cm wide, the Eclipse is 43cm wide. It's ideal for people trying to put 3 car seats in the back of a car.


Thanks
aishakhan894
Isn't Mothercare's Madrid car seat the same for less dosh?

No. The Madrid is 48cm wide, the Eclipse is 43cm wide. It's ideal for people trying to put 3 car seats in the back of a car.
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20% off baby travel online eg 3 way baby carrier now £12, travel cot now £21.60, Britax prince black thunder car seat now £40 @ Asda

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Online only 20% off baby travel which includes sunshades, reins, raincovers, cosy toes, travel toys, car seats and bases, changing bags, baby carriers, buggies, travel cots, buggy boards, carrycots an… Read More
Online only 20% off baby travel which includes sunshades, reins, raincovers, cosy toes, travel toys, car seats and bases, changing bags, baby carriers, buggies, travel cots, buggy boards, carrycots an…
emribena Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago4 Comments
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had literally just ordered an average car seat from tesco then came across this and saw a much nicer one for 2 quid more. so cancelled and ordered that one! also picked up a single bed sheet and a waterproof mattress protector for 4 quid each so good purchase. thanks op!
Cheers op. I needed a travel cot and they seem to be about £60 elsewhere.
£2.95 for delivery is pretty good too given its size.
Thanks OP heat! Picked up a backpack with reins for £5.40 :)
Nice one OP. Heat added :)
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Britax Eclipse Black Thunder Group 1 car seat was £84.99 now £59.99 & Graco mirage travel system was £99.99 now £69.99 delivered with code - cheapest anywhere @ Smyths Toys

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Smyths Toys have an offer at the moment for £10 off a spend of £50 or more on car seats, travel systems and strollers instore or online. The code is BY10 If you want to use it in store, here is the li… Read More
Smyths Toys have an offer at the moment for £10 off a spend of £50 or more on car seats, travel systems and strollers instore or online. The code is BY10 If you want to use it in store, here is the li…
emribena Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago13 Comments
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With which part do you disagree? that generally speaking the safest seats are more expensive, or that many people have their priorities wrong when it comes to spending money to protect your child? It costs an average of less than £1 per week for the safest car seats you can buy and I don't believe this is cost prohibitive for the majority of parents.
I am not here to argue. I disagree with your comments, you are very lucky to be able to afford the top range. Many of us are not. This is not because we don't care, it's because the seats are so expensive. Many other countries rearface till 4, and the seats are appropriately priced. The companies are ripping us off and putting profit before safety of children. The mark up on these seats is huge. And where do you get the figure of £1 per week? There's no payment option plan like a phone or a computer (if need be). I have 3 children in car seats and they are very expensive.
I'm sorry but lots of people I know are good parents but can't afford the new seats.
The £1/week is from the fact that these seats typically last 4 years, so 208 weeks.
If you genuinely can't afford a rear facing seat then that's unfortunate, I just hope you're not unlucky enough to be involved in an accident. My point was not about you specifically, but more about people in general who claim not to be able to afford a safer seat yet still find money for holidays, iPhones, etc. There is also a lot of ignorance surrounding the issue and I think the government should be doing more to keep children safe in cars and educate people about the dangers of forward facing toddlers.
Also driving an old people carrier that is worth only £300 itself, there are lots of car seats that don't fit.
I agree with your sentiment, but strongly feel the seats should be more affordable. The car seat that this post is about is very good. It also fits lap belts as well as 3 point seat belts.
It seems you are just assuming most people are privileged and well off.
You're correct. the car seat in this post is very good, unless you happen to have a head on crash at 40mph which will probably result in a paralysed or dead child. But yes, apart from that it's very good indeed.
I don't believe everyone is well off, we are far from well off but were prepared to make sacrifices elsewhere to ensure that our child is as safe as practicable when in a car.
Most people can easily make savings by not buying gimmicky baby accessories like cot sensors etc and buying second hand clothes etc rather than insisting they buy from the likes of Boden.
What an extremely odd and judgemental post. You have no interest in this post, you have come here to be rude. I certainly have no cot sensor, in fact I have not even got a baby monitor, because personally I think they are ridiculous and unnecessary in most modern houses and for most healthy children. I am genuinely getting confused by your ranting.
My daughter rearfaced till 15 months, my son till aged 2. What are you so stressy about? What age are you suggesting rear facing until?
The law is changing to only 15 months? My children fit their first size (group 0) car seats until then easily. It's a 13kg weight limit.
I've then purchased an eclipse.
What exactly is your issue? Are you saying we should rearface till 4? Are you simply just cross that people use this seat at all?
When I was in mothercare collecting my seat, the lady said that the new advice was children rearface till 15 months then forward face. So if my daughter sits forward facing in this from 15 months till 4 years what on earth am I doing wrong and why is this any different to any other legal forward facing seat on the market?
All people who forward face their children from 15 months surely face this risk regardless of car seat? Please could you be clear what your point is when you are saying that using this seat and being hit at 40 will result in paralysis or death? Even the expensive seats forward face from 15kg?
Ah just realised you are pro rear facing till 25kg, and yes I know all the research, I agree but sadly this country is not up to date with that. Good for you and your child, but maybe just go elsewhere as you are just arguing for the hell of it...


I assumed, obviously incorrectly, that when you stated in one of your own posts that you'd bought a baby monitor/sensor that you were telling the truth. Obviously you were not.

I have an interest in this only because other people may read it and you are continually posting inaccurate information.
You have repeatedly said that this is a very good car seat. A car seat has one job and that is to save a child's life in the event of a crash. Front facing seats are not very good at this job, particularly when the occupant is a toddler. As such describing any front facing seat as very good is simply not true.

The laws on these things take years, if not decades to catch up with research. And unfortunately many children will die as a result of front facing before any laws are changed (i-size seats have to stay rear facing until 15 months but this regulation has not replaced the old one, it just runs alongside it).
Manufacturers are ahead of the law and already making seats that are safer for their occupants.
I know a lot of people are ignorant of the facts and research (not helped by large stores like Mothercare giving inaccurate information).
If just one person reading this goes on to educate themselves about the benefits of rear facing and buys a rear facing seat then it could potentially save a life, which in my mind can only be a good thing, even if it costs you an extra £100 or so.
savagevixen
nitro228
savagevixen
nitro228
With which part do you disagree? that generally speaking the safest seats are more expensive, or that many people have their priorities wrong when it comes to spending money to protect your child? It costs an average of less than £1 per week for the safest car seats you can buy and I don't believe this is cost prohibitive for the majority of parents.
I am not here to argue. I disagree with your comments, you are very lucky to be able to afford the top range. Many of us are not. This is not because we don't care, it's because the seats are so expensive. Many other countries rearface till 4, and the seats are appropriately priced. The companies are ripping us off and putting profit before safety of children. The mark up on these seats is huge. And where do you get the figure of £1 per week? There's no payment option plan like a phone or a computer (if need be). I have 3 children in car seats and they are very expensive.
I'm sorry but lots of people I know are good parents but can't afford the new seats.
The £1/week is from the fact that these seats typically last 4 years, so 208 weeks.
If you genuinely can't afford a rear facing seat then that's unfortunate, I just hope you're not unlucky enough to be involved in an accident. My point was not about you specifically, but more about people in general who claim not to be able to afford a safer seat yet still find money for holidays, iPhones, etc. There is also a lot of ignorance surrounding the issue and I think the government should be doing more to keep children safe in cars and educate people about the dangers of forward facing toddlers.
Also driving an old people carrier that is worth only £300 itself, there are lots of car seats that don't fit.
I agree with your sentiment, but strongly feel the seats should be more affordable. The car seat that this post is about is very good. It also fits lap belts as well as 3 point seat belts.
It seems you are just assuming most people are privileged and well off.


You're correct. the car seat in this post is very good, unless you happen to have a head on crash at 40mph which will probably result in a paralysed or dead child. But yes, apart from that it's very good indeed.
I don't believe everyone is well off, we are far from well off but were prepared to make sacrifices elsewhere to ensure that our child is as safe as practicable when in a car.
Most people can easily make savings by not buying gimmicky baby accessories like cot sensors etc and buying second hand clothes etc rather than insisting they buy from the likes of Boden.
savagevixen
nitro228
With which part do you disagree? that generally speaking the safest seats are more expensive, or that many people have their priorities wrong when it comes to spending money to protect your child? It costs an average of less than £1 per week for the safest car seats you can buy and I don't believe this is cost prohibitive for the majority of parents.
I am not here to argue. I disagree with your comments, you are very lucky to be able to afford the top range. Many of us are not. This is not because we don't care, it's because the seats are so expensive. Many other countries rearface till 4, and the seats are appropriately priced. The companies are ripping us off and putting profit before safety of children. The mark up on these seats is huge. And where do you get the figure of £1 per week? There's no payment option plan like a phone or a computer (if need be). I have 3 children in car seats and they are very expensive.
I'm sorry but lots of people I know are good parents but can't afford the new seats.

The £1/week is from the fact that these seats typically last 4 years, so 208 weeks.
If you genuinely can't afford a rear facing seat then that's unfortunate, I just hope you're not unlucky enough to be involved in an accident. My point was not about you specifically, but more about people in general who claim not to be able to afford a safer seat yet still find money for holidays, iPhones, etc. There is also a lot of ignorance surrounding the issue and I think the government should be doing more to keep children safe in cars and educate people about the dangers of forward facing toddlers.
Aeschylus
Thanks, we are looking, but I thought we are supposed to keep them facing backwards now?

advise is so confusing


yes for the safety of your children. if you don't care about potential harm to your baby in an accident get forward facing

Edited By: cjdean1983 on Feb 09, 2017 06:33: sp
With which part do you disagree? that generally speaking the safest seats are more expensive, or that many people have their priorities wrong when it comes to spending money to protect your child? It costs an average of less than £1 per week for the safest car seats you can buy and I don't believe this is cost prohibitive for the majority of parents.
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Britax affinity 2 pram, plus carry cot and colour pack with an rrp of over £500 for only £263.05 with code @ Boots

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The Britax affinity 2 silver chassis is currently in the half price sale. Along with carry cots and colour packs (limited colours available) Once you've added all to the basket use MVCSAVE10JAN2… Read More
The Britax affinity 2 silver chassis is currently in the half price sale. Along with carry cots and colour packs (limited colours available) Once you've added all to the basket use MVCSAVE10JAN2…
dani80 Avatar6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago9 Comments
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Over 50% cheaper than mothercare and it's voted cold?!...Yet something that's only a couple of quid cheaper, you lap up! You are a funny lot sometimes lol..





I think it is excellent deal. I am tempted to buy. But I have got three push chair. My husband will kill me, if I get another one:)


You don't get the seat only the carrycot


you get the seat and can customise with the colour pack
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Over 50% cheaper than mothercare and it's voted cold?!...Yet something that's only a couple of quid cheaper, you lap up! You are a funny lot sometimes lol..





I think it is excellent deal. I am tempted to buy. But I have got three push chair. My husband will kill me, if I get another one:)


You don't get the seat only the carrycot
we bought the Britax Smile offer from argos . Lovely well built pram / pushchair that will last .
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Over 50% cheaper than mothercare and it's voted cold?!...Yet something that's only a couple of quid cheaper, you lap up! You are a funny lot sometimes lol..





I think it is excellent deal. I am tempted to buy. But I have got three push chair. My husband will kill me, if I get another one:)


My two are over 5 now so I definitely don't need one, but hope someone will see this post and benefit from it, as it's a fab deal on a relatively new model.
woldranger
What about just keeping the title to a concise description? That way it's easier for people to quickly browse the site? "Another bargain" is your opinion, surely that's better off in the description (though, judging by the cold votes, not too many agree).


Taken on board and removed "my opinion".

I still don't see how the opener impacted on the vote because a quick google proves this pram is super cheap.

I don't even need a pram but wouldn't vote cold based on that.
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Britax Smile Pram/Carry Cot was £589 now £199.99 @ Argos

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Just bought one of these today. Supposedly £589 RRP but the best I've found elsewhere is £350 for an ex display model. Excludes car seat. Includes frame, seat and carrycot. Great reviews and good Read More
Just bought one of these today. Supposedly £589 RRP but the best I've found elsewhere is £350 for an ex display model. Excludes car seat. Includes frame, seat and carrycot. Great reviews and good
addsrich Avatar6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago6 Comments
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this looks good 2 for 200quid

http://direct.asda.com/hauck-malibu-xl-all-in-one-travel-system-toast-black/002605781,default,pd.html

Edited By: Qazar on Jan 15, 2017 19:27: adding price
has been this price since black friday weekend but it's a good price for what you get
Could be of interest, Icoo Acrobat Shop N Drive Baby Travel System Pushchair With Car Seat from £149 @ tesco Outlet, £498 @ Tesco Direct.
http://stores.ebay.co.uk/tescooutlet/pushchairs-/_i.html?_fsub=9649726014&_sid=983611004
I did the pick up thing in store - pay when you get there
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fantastic price for this Britax Smile Pushchair & Carry Cot - Red, black or silver was £589 now only £199.00 @ Argos

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I think they are solid tyres.


Think they're air according to below . X


yes it is air tyre...u need to buy pumper...i bought it at black friday deal
jdRiggs
I think they are solid tyres.


Think they're air according to below . X
caziking
Keep thinking to get this but think my partner will go mad lol
Does anyone know whether the tyres are solid or air filled.


This is what's in the description on the britax website:

WHEELS
Lockable front swivel wheels
Air-filled rear wheels
Quick release wheels
googling it there is a suggestion the oyster car seat adapters for using a maxi cosi car seat should fit it.
I think they are solid tyres.
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Britax Romer KIDFIX SL Booster Seat - Cosmos Black (2-3) @Halfords £63.99

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Not a bad price for a britax kidfix. However, stock is limited and Not available for delivery. You can only achieve the above price by selecting black and using the code below. If you have a topca… Read More
Not a bad price for a britax kidfix. However, stock is limited and Not available for delivery. You can only achieve the above price by selecting black and using the code below. If you have a topca…
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Good price, but would have to drive to Slough to get it :)
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Britax Romer evolva 123 £72.50 @ Mothercare

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This is the cheapest I've seen so far and these fit in sports cars such as Audi TT. Enjoy Read More
This is the cheapest I've seen so far and these fit in sports cars such as Audi TT. Enjoy
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Doesn't look such a good bargin here Britax evolva crash test


What's your point? Your link doesn't say it's a fail, also if this seat had any safety concern it would've been recalled like the mama and papa ones.


That there are seats that perform better. A fail is against the very minimum safety standards.
There is a large variation in the performance of seats that pass depending on how such they do or don't exceed the minimum safety requirements


Dude your advertising Britax products on your page, so if you are so concerned why are you promoting their stuff lol
aiz3n
jdRiggs
Doesn't look such a good bargin here Britax evolva crash test


What's your point? Your link doesn't say it's a fail, also if this seat had any safety concern it would've been recalled like the mama and papa ones.


That there are seats that perform better. A fail is against the very minimum safety standards.
There is a large variation in the performance of seats that pass depending on how such they do or don't exceed the minimum safety requirements
jdRiggs
Doesn't look such a good bargin here Britax evolva crash test


What's your point? Your link doesn't say it's a fail, also if this seat had any safety concern it would've been recalled like the mama and papa ones.
Doesn't look such a good bargin here Britax evolva crash test
Got one for my Grandson,daughter got a joie tilt, she says this is much better he looks more comfortable in this.
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britax smile pushchair & carry cot at Argos for £199.99

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Any one got this? Is it any good?


we bought it. fantastic quality
Any one got this? Is it any good?
10 % quidco as well
Also available in Red and Silver-scroll down the page to recommendations!
iz123456789
anyone find stock?


Yes in Manchester area.
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Save £20- Britax adventure booster - good budget seat @Asda £30.00

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£30 in Asda, still £65 in Argos and mothercare! Decent brand, Britax are well known for exceeding the very basic safety regulations on car seats. Height adjustable backrest, narrow but tall seat. De… Read More
£30 in Asda, still £65 in Argos and mothercare! Decent brand, Britax are well known for exceeding the very basic safety regulations on car seats. Height adjustable backrest, narrow but tall seat. De…
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Pretty standard price for this seat. Basic but does the job.
lol does the job you dont want it to just fo a job needs to be excellent
2 star which ratting
i unfortunately agree with you, which is why mine is sat in a cupboard as a spare. We've now got a recaro nova iso-fix which I can highly recommend.
Note price does not necessarily equal safety. My sister in law recently bought one of the most expensive seats on the market and discovered it had a serious safety issue.

Nuna Rebl?
ashmac
MrWani
Pretty standard price for this seat. Basic but does the job.


lol does the job you dont want it to just fo a job needs to be excellent

2 star which ratting


i unfortunately agree with you, which is why mine is sat in a cupboard as a spare. We've now got a recaro nova iso-fix which I can highly recommend.

Note price does not necessarily equal safety. My sister in law recently bought one of the most expensive seats on the market and discovered it had a serious safety issue.
Do your research don't settle for something because it's a 'good' price.
Don't know why anyone wouldn't buy the best car seat they can find, funny how most can afford all sorts of technology, holidays and the like but when it comes to their child's life in the car £30 will do.
ashmac
MrWani
Pretty standard price for this seat. Basic but does the job.
lol does the job you dont want it to just fo a job needs to be excellent
2 star which ratting

I am sure we would all like to have an unlimited budget to get an absolutely excellent seat for each car but it isn't always possible. Probably helpful though to include the which information, (though I don't know how a booster style seat could give frontal impact protection, it's role is only to position the adult safety belt correctly, or perhaps the £100+ ones have it? )

Pros: Acceptable side impact protection, easy to install, clear instructions, good finish quality.

Cons: Poor front crash protection, awkward to clean

Edited By: jdRiggs on Dec 23, 2016 23:31
MrWani
Pretty standard price for this seat. Basic but does the job.
Agreed it is often on offer, just happens to be ASDA this time :)
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Britax Romer Duo Plus Isofix Forward Facing Car Seat £80.99 using code @ Amazon

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RRP £225 Use Amazon prime code BABYGC16 for £15 off £60 spend on baby items to get it to £80.99 Best price I've seen for this group 1 (9kg -18kg) car seat by far! I thought it was good the other… Read More
RRP £225 Use Amazon prime code BABYGC16 for £15 off £60 spend on baby items to get it to £80.99 Best price I've seen for this group 1 (9kg -18kg) car seat by far! I thought it was good the other…
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Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
This a deal for this product not a debate on which is safest. Sure go ahead and buy a rear facing one if you have the room in your car and the extra money it costs. For those who don't, a forward facing seat which has still passed safety standards may be a better option.
I have a (small) Astra hatchback with 2 rear-facing seats in the back, and often you can get a rear facing seat for under £120.
I think it's great that you're advising people to look at rear facing seats but recommending a cheap, sub £120 seat is not necessarily the best advice. whilst the best rear facing seats are definitely better than the best front facing seats, that doesn't mean that all rear facing are safer than all front facing. There's a huge difference between the cheap rear facing ones and the premium branded ones. For the safest seats look for something that has passed the Swedish plus test - this is the strictest car seat test in the world, and the only one that measures forces on the baby's neck. You'd struggle to find one for under £300 but you are essentially buying a machine for saving your child's life should you be careless/unlucky enough to have a car accident. Cost shouldn't really come into it unless you are really in financial hardship. most people have phones costing more than £300 so can't really say they can't afford to spend it on a car seat

True.. But do most people buy their phones outright or are the majority on contracts that they pay a small amount each month as if it were a utility? Unfortunately for most their budget is a key factor; especially with all the other expensive equipment having a baby requires.

It's like security, you are are never going to be 100% safe but with a bigger budget you can reduce the risk %. I could fortify my house like a castle if I had the money but I don't therefore I need to weigh up the options and choose the safest and lowest risk I can afford. Hopefully, my laser powered burglar disintegration system will never need to be used, as with any car seat.
ellie27
Robb104
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
This a deal for this product not a debate on which is safest. Sure go ahead and buy a rear facing one if you have the room in your car and the extra money it costs. For those who don't, a forward facing seat which has still passed safety standards may be a better option.

I have a (small) Astra hatchback with 2 rear-facing seats in the back, and often you can get a rear facing seat for under £120.


I think it's great that you're advising people to look at rear facing seats but recommending a cheap, sub £120 seat is not necessarily the best advice. whilst the best rear facing seats are definitely better than the best front facing seats, that doesn't mean that all rear facing are safer than all front facing. There's a huge difference between the cheap rear facing ones and the premium branded ones. For the safest seats look for something that has passed the Swedish plus test - this is the strictest car seat test in the world, and the only one that measures forces on the baby's neck. You'd struggle to find one for under £300 but you are essentially buying a machine for saving your child's life should you be careless/unlucky enough to have a car accident. Cost shouldn't really come into it unless you are really in financial hardship. most people have phones costing more than £300 so can't really say they can't afford to spend it on a car seat
ellie27
Lucky88
ellie27
Robb104

Do you have links to deals then for those who wish to buy rear facing for under £120?
Hauk varioguard £105 (with the £15 off Amazon code)
There are many belted rear facing seats that are as safe as Isofix as long as they are fitted properly and
That's a really a dangerous Child Car Seat.http://www.which.co.uk/news/2015/05/which-advice-dont-buy-hauck-varioguard-car-seat-404405/
"Which? is advising parents who own the Hauck Varioguard child car seat – and are using it with the base belted-in, forward-facing – to replace it. This seat was downgraded to our lowest test score of 0% following a failure in one of our key crash tests."
You should get this deal.

I do not have it, but saw that it was isofix rearfacing
Lucky88
ellie27
Robb104

Do you have links to deals then for those who wish to buy rear facing for under £120?
Hauk varioguard £105 (with the £15 off Amazon code)
There are many belted rear facing seats that are as safe as Isofix as long as they are fitted properly and
That's a really a dangerous Child Car Seat.http://www.which.co.uk/news/2015/05/which-advice-dont-buy-hauck-varioguard-car-seat-404405/
"Which? is advising parents who own the Hauck Varioguard child car seat – and are using it with the base belted-in, forward-facing – to replace it. This seat was downgraded to our lowest test score of 0% following a failure in one of our key crash tests."
You should get this deal.

Ah right, just goes to show you definitely need to do your own research before buying a child car seat. I do stand by rearfacing for as long as possible though.

If I remember rightly, Which? only test the forward facing part of the seat, they do not test rear-facing performance which is why the 'best' rear facing car seats on the market score so low!


it passed all the tests for the isofix.

"The Hauck Varioguard failed one of our key crash tests when used as a Group 1, forward-facing seat, with the base fixed to the car using the adult seat belt. The car seat did not fail the same test when the base was installed using the Isofix connectors."
laurieleigh
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ellie27
Robb104
ellie27
Freezing cold, its a forward facing car seat for under 4 year olds when rear facing is the safest way to travel at such a young age.
This a deal for this product not a debate on which is safest. Sure go ahead and buy a rear facing one if you have the room in your car and the extra money it costs. For those who don't, a forward facing seat which has still passed safety standards may be a better option.
I have a (small) Astra hatchback with 2 rear-facing seats in the back, and often you can get a rear facing seat for under £120.

Do you have links to deals then for those who wish to buy rear facing for under £120?


http://www.preciouslittleone.com/joie/&filt=1944-103-/
Joie do a large range of ERF seats at reasonable prices... Tilt, Steadi and Stages are all sub £100; for a bit more they also do the iAnchor advance (which is isofix) for £148 and then there's the Every Stage (which will last until a seat is no longer needed) which is about £180.
The Hauck seat mentioned is also a good ERF seat, for anyone who feels they have to have an isofix seat, and that's regularly sub £100.


For those that are interested, the Joie Every Stage seems to be £150 (for the black one) at a number of stores at the moment - Argos, Boots, JL, Halfords

Seems to be a good buy.

Edited By: Delio79 on Dec 09, 2016 03:37: additional info added
BTW we have one of the seats in a three door car, I couldn't even imagine how difficult it would be getting a nipper in and out of a rear facing seat in it.
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Britax Romer Adventure High Back Booster (RRP £59.99) @ Mothercare (Black Friday Deal) ****over 50% off**** £24.99

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That's why it was £24.99!
was after one also :(
can a mod please delete. Thanks.
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Britax Romer Evolva Plus Combination Car Seat - Cosmos Black £82.99 Prime members using code @ Amazon

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Car set which is good for around 9 months to 12 years. It is a belt harnessed seat which my little ones nana needed as she doesn't have isofix in her 2009 e class (bit bizarre) £15 off when you sp… Read More
Car set which is good for around 9 months to 12 years. It is a belt harnessed seat which my little ones nana needed as she doesn't have isofix in her 2009 e class (bit bizarre) £15 off when you sp…
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I got this for 79.99 a while back no code. Its a decent enough seat.
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Britax Romer Adventure Highback Booster Car Seat - £28.00 delivered at Amazon

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I have the Britax Kidfix XP II, it has a crotch guide for the seat belt so that it's placed in the correct position. I'm looking for another for my car. They are currently £150 but the safest I could find.


I was thinking of getting one too. Amazon have them around 120. I think I need to get it checked it fits my car first. So the one you mention has an Isofix and the adventure doesn't. Does this make a difference to the safety?


No, no difference to safety. Having a booster attached to the isofix points in your car just means that you don't have to remember to fasten the seatbelt over the empty seat if you are in the car without your child (it's really important to do this so that the seat doesn't fly around the car in a crash and injure you), but in terms of safety for the child having isofix doesn't add any safety advantage for the child. All a high backed booster is there for is to lift your child up so that the adult seatbelt can protect them properly in a crash. I have used our two Britax Adventure seats for many years, I really like them.
nicolalambie
I have the Britax Kidfix XP II, it has a crotch guide for the seat belt so that it's placed in the correct position. I'm looking for another for my car. They are currently £150 but the safest I could find.


I was thinking of getting one too. Amazon have them around 120. I think I need to get it checked it fits my car first. So the one you mention has an Isofix and the adventure doesn't. Does this make a difference to the safety?
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Don't really rate britax group 2 and 3 seats as they not that well padded like others... Had a look at halfords yesterday... Recaro Monza 2 Nova was the best...
Definitely, I bought two of these from Halfords the other day and they are by far the best I've ever seen. If you trade in your old booster seats, you get discount (think it was 15%) plus usual cashback on top. Had mine delivered free and they didn't collect the old ones anyway
Do they still give the discount for booster seat trade? Couldn't find anything online
Yes, here you go:

20% off high back booster seats when you trade in any booster cushion*

Use voucher code: saferseat
I have the Britax Kidfix XP II, it has a crotch guide for the seat belt so that it's placed in the correct position. I'm looking for another for my car. They are currently £150 but the safest I could find.
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caevv
bad front protection


Can you explain this please? Surely it's just the seat belt


Which? Review.
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Flash sale online only inc Mamas & papas changing bag was £54 now £32.49 Britax car seat was £169.99 now £113.99, Cosatto Giggle 2 was £469.99 now £314.99 @ Toys R Us

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Flash sale online only at Toys R us. Seems to be loads of baby bargains inc car seats, prams, changing bags, travel cot matresses as well as stocking filler toys from £1.99. Britax First Class Plus… Read More
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Rear Facing group 0+1 Britax Romer Dualfix £280.00 @ Halfords

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Retails at £355 everywhere else. Available at this discounted price in Black or Purple. The reviews on Which are not great but Britax issued a rebuttal arguing the reviews marked it down for its… Read More
Retails at £355 everywhere else. Available at this discounted price in Black or Purple. The reviews on Which are not great but Britax issued a rebuttal arguing the reviews marked it down for its…
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We've had 2 of these for a year or so, good price
We have an Axkid minikid, a diono radian 5 and a britax TWE and I rate the axkid the best out of all of them. they're all a 25kg harness limit. our boys are big lads :-)
Celini
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excellent price for this but beware if you've got (or likely to have) a tall child - the Dualfix has one of the shortest shells for an ERF seat so little one is likely to outgrow way before age 4.

Thanks for that! I am myself looking for a rear facing seat for my girl, but she's 99 percentile, so this one is probably not a good option!
Any opinion on any of the Besafe Izi?


we've got a 14 month old in a besafe izi combi (beltfix) and 3 yr old in a besafe izi Plus - both excellent seats and would highly recommend either. The Plus has better recline and higher weight limit but does take up a bit more room. my 5 year old asked to ride in it this morning and still has plenty of room despite being on the taller side and wearing 6-7 clothes.
Hi Celini, we have the Besafe Izi Kid X2 in our main car... I highly recommend it :-)
I've got the britax max fix - i would recommend it, very good.
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Britax B Agile 3 pushchair reduced to £50.00 in boots Norwich ( Castle Mall)

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britax b agile 3 pushchair reduced to £50 in boots. 2 still left. plus many more baby stuff like highchairs, britax Carry cot for pram, britax pram colour pack £12.50.
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all written in title: Castle Mall ;)
Which boots was it
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Britax Hi Liner Group 2-3 Child Booster Seat in Black was £60 now £30.00 C+C @ Tesco Direct

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Super price for this Booster seat, cheapest around by quite a margin & it has excellent reviews across the net too. With the new guidelines on booster seats, now's the time to pick one of these up. Read More
Super price for this Booster seat, cheapest around by quite a margin & it has excellent reviews across the net too. With the new guidelines on booster seats, now's the time to pick one of these up.
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According to Which?, these ain't great in a crash, especially side on. My advice? Spend a tenner more and get the Joie Trillo: http://www.kiddicare.com/p/Joie_Trillo_2_3_Hi_Back_Booster_Seat_in_Earl_Grey.htm?product_id=595709

Very good crash test scores and looks great.


Are the loose chairs or Isofix ones better for safety?
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According to Which?, these ain't great in a crash, especially side on. My advice? Spend a tenner more and get the Joie Trillo: http://www.kiddicare.com/p/Joie_Trillo_2_3_Hi_Back_Booster_Seat_in_Earl_Grey.htm?product_id=595709
Very good crash test scores and looks great.
. Thanks picked up one of these from halfords at £32! Will be binning my Graco!
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5442175.htm

got this from argos a month back, really good seat, had a Britax earlier and find this much better
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This looks to be virtually the same as the Britax Adventure which is always around £30 at Amazon. Still really good value, I keep one for occasional use and it is decent although flimsier than our Britax Kidfix main seats.


It's basically a Britax Romer which isndeed the same price. Great seat though.
Awesome. Bought two!
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Britax Romer Prince Group 1 Car Seat - Black Thunder £60.00 delivered @ Boots

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The Britax Prince is a lightweight seat, which can be installed in a wide range of vehicles with either a 3-point seat belt or a 2-point lap belt. The slim base allows for a better fit in cars with… Read More
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We've got one as it goes on a plane seat.
hoping you get a notifier for my reply to this...

I just bought one of these for an upcoming trip abroad, for use on car journeys there with our 15 months old. the intention was to pack up the box it comes in with clothes and take it as checked luggage, but reading your tip sparked curiosity. Did the airline show any concerns about you taking it on board and did they charge any extra? we are flying UK to India with the relatively unknown (to us anyway) Turkmenistan airlines, so wondering if we can do what you mention

Edited By: aforumac on Jan 22, 2017 11:53: Quote courtster
Just be aware that although it has 3 recline positions the seat must be adjusted to your preferred position BEFORE you install it in the car and the recline cannot then be adjusted without loosening the seatbelt and re-installing the seat. It can't be reclined mid-journey. If that is important to you have a look at the Britax Eclipse or Britax First Class, I had a First Class and providing I was stopped at traffic lights or pulled over I could recline it with one hand by reaching back from the driver's seat.
We've got one as it goes on a plane seat. Cheaper at Amazon at £54.99 and most of the time it's £50.

Sits on this for transportation through airports https://www.amazon.co.uk/Design-Go-Luggage-Travel-Trolley/dp/B005BND8GO - the seat is secured to it using the trolley's integral bungees.

Edited By: courtster on Aug 26, 2016 15:12
epoland
excellent car seat
I have just ordered one for my car, glad to hear its a good one.
excellent car seat
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Britax evolva 1-2-3 child carseat £65.00 - free c&c @ Asda

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aj2001
Can someone list some good seats please


for what age? centiles? budget? car?
Drea
aj2001
Can someone list some good seats please


personally for young babies I have always went for isofix. I bought this seat for my 4 year old to use as a highback booster with harness.

bear in mind that harness only has a 18kg limit
aj2001
Can someone list some good seats please


personally for young babies I have always went for isofix. I bought this seat for my 4 year old to use as a highback booster with harness.
Can someone list some good seats please
breslau
As someone who has had to navigate through the minefield that is children's car seats recently.. the following links are useful:

http://www.i-size.org.uk/
http://www.rearfacing.co.uk/

I was reading the NCAP safety ratings for, for example, the Skoda Fabia Mk2.
Children rear facing up to 18 months.. top safety rating.
Children up to 4 front facing (isofix) - mediocre safety rating.

I have had a non-isofix car up until recently, so I understand a belted seat can be essential for some parents, so I'm not judging, but, if you can afford it and have isofix, get an i-size compliant, rear-facing childseat.. but to confuse things further, not all rear-facing seats are i-size compliant.


and to confuse things further most of the safest seats aren't iSize compliant!! - those that have passed the Swedish Plus Test are the safest on the market.
In addition to that, isofix seats (with exception of one) are only capable of rear facing to 18kg, so you're better off getting a erf belted seat with a weight limit of 25kg.
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£69.99 @ Amazon
Good car seat with reasonable price and feedback. Previously posted Mothercare is out of stock. Free delivery. New model out soon and this one is discounted. Read More
Good car seat with reasonable price and feedback. Previously posted Mothercare is out of stock. Free delivery. New model out soon and this one is discounted.
1beetroot1 Avatar11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago1 Comment
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back up to 99 now just pence cheaper than new one
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Britax Affinity pushchair base + carrycot + colour pack £300.00 @ Boots online (+1200 points)

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£300.00 @ Boots
Great deal, purchased this pushchair for over £450 last year. Very sturdy and stylish! Plus lots of points to be gained too! Frame only available in chrome though Read More
Great deal, purchased this pushchair for over £450 last year. Very sturdy and stylish! Plus lots of points to be gained too! Frame only available in chrome though
cryder1 Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago1 Comment
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Was posted last week - £255 plus £50 back in points = about £80 less than your deal http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/britax-affinity-2-pushchair-270-boots-2487590?p=28521429
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Britax Affinity 2 pushchair £270.00 @ Boots

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£270.00 @ Boots
Boots are doing the new Britax Affinity 2 pushchair with carrycot and colour pack for £300 and I saved a further 10% using the code JULYSAVE10 so I paid £270 saving £315!!!!! I can't find this pushch… Read More
Boots are doing the new Britax Affinity 2 pushchair with carrycot and colour pack for £300 and I saved a further 10% using the code JULYSAVE10 so I paid £270 saving £315!!!!! I can't find this pushch…
vicki1012 Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago31 Comments
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ellie27
TECHC15 would have got you it for £255 and £50 adv points


£50 how? oO


Sorry didn't realise triple points was on at the time!
ellie27
TECHC15 would have got you it for £255 and £50 adv points


£50 how? oO
This is one of those rare true bargains found on HUKD although an iPad with a fiver off would likely be voted hotter. Make sure you sign up to boots parenting club to get the 10 pts per pound and this team system comes in at well under 300 quid, a Bargain when you look at what else is out there.
I couldn't get either voucher code to work. Am I doing something wrong or have they just expired?
Great find -wish I could get one but think my partner would kill me lol
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Britax Romer Adventure High Back Booster Car Seat Without Harness - Black Thunder £29.99 @ Mothercare - free c&c

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£29.99 @ Mothercare
Looks like a great car seat, currently half price online. Free C&C. Read More
Looks like a great car seat, currently half price online. Free C&C.
clarerymell Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago8 Comments
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ClaphamKiwi
clarerymell
Mothercare have the wrong picture on then. I'll find another. ☺

You have the right image - there is no ISOFIX version of this highchair :-)


The Britax Discovery is exactly the same seat but with ISOFIX.
This is a pretty standard price. I've had had it for a few years having paid the same. It's OK although the cover comes off its clips almost every time my daughter gets in the seat.
Also £29.99 at Amazon, free delivery. :3
Ordered thanks :)
clarerymell
Mothercare have the wrong picture on then. I'll find another. ☺

You have the right image - there is no ISOFIX version of this highchair :-)
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britax advansafix 123 car seat £189.00 at halfords until 10pm tonight!

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£189.00 @ Halfords
Discount applied to basket Just got britax advansafix car seat for £189 delivered to my local store. £250 on mothercare! Read More
Discount applied to basket Just got britax advansafix car seat for £189 delivered to my local store. £250 on mothercare!
emskilove Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago2 Comments
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andy_birdsey
Did you need to use a code to reduce the price from the current £210?


The deal was only available until 10pm, so I am afraid you may have missed it :(
Did you need to use a code to reduce the price from the current £210?
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Britax Romer Evolva Combination Car Seat - Black Thunder @ amazon £79.95

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£79.95 @ Amazon
Britax Romer Evolva Combination Car Seat - Black Thunder @ amazon £79.95 Read More
Britax Romer Evolva Combination Car Seat - Black Thunder @ amazon £79.95
topla Avatar1y, 3w agoFound 1 year, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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The model up has a mechanism that clicks when you have pulled the tightening strap far enough.

This model doesn't click, it relies on common sense, and really isn't that difficult!

This is a good price, you may find it slightly cheaper, often over £100. Good seat from a reputable car seat manufacturer.
I want to know too!
MyBoozyHell
Drea
Mermoo
Good seat, but it is the seat without the 'clicklock' system, which makes this pretty much the standard price...
what is click lock?
I think Mermoo meant 'Click Tight' as opposed to 'Click Lock'


What is Click Tight?
Drea
Mermoo
Good seat, but it is the seat without the 'clicklock' system, which makes this pretty much the standard price...
what is click lock?
I think Mermoo meant 'Click Tight' as opposed to 'Click Lock'
Mermoo
Good seat, but it is the seat without the 'clicklock' system, which makes this pretty much the standard price...


what is click lock?