Britax adventure high back booster car seat Asda online £25 C&C /  £27.95 delivered
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Britax adventure high back booster car seat Asda online £25 C&C / £27.95 delivered

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Found 3rd Nov 2015
£25 plus £2.95 delivery price shows as £50 but £25 when added to basket. The cheapest I can find at the moment
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purchased thanks. had a car seat this brand for years and its been a good purchase

Please note that the following item(s) are only available for delivery. … Please note that the following item(s) are only available for delivery. They cannot be collected from a store.

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how to C&C , no option to change deliver y ?
RajUK

how to C&C , no option to change deliver y ?



You can't, the listing has changed or was an error from the OP.
Thanks OP just ordered, been looking for a new car seat.
These have been £29.99 for a while at mothercare. I went to buy one but it didn't have good padding on it. There was Graco Logico L (not to be confused with the Graco Maxi) next to it which u found alot better at £39.99. Halford are doing for £39.99 in pink or black at moment. You really need to try first.
Edited by: "chillbill" 3rd Nov 2015
This only JUST managed to avoid getting the dreaded Don't Buy when tested by Which with a score of 42%

The Graco Logico L did get a Don't Buy with a score of only 20%

Whilst they're better than nothing these are both awful seats with very poor protection for the child sitting in it!!
Get the Joie trillo for £34.99 @ Smyth's...a far better seat for £10 more.
I don't understand why people look only at the price tag when choosing car seat. usually they are cheap for a reason. Good car seats cost a bit but you can't put price on your CHILDREN'S SAFETY
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Why this if I could go on … Why this if I could go on this:http://www.halfords.com/kids-zone/car-seats/booster-seats/halfords-essentials-high-back-booster-seat



​You can't, the Halfords product isn't available for collection or delivery.
Ajka I completely agree this Isa rubbish car seat, yes its better than nothing but they're your kids they deserve the very best protection. Imagine how you'd feel if anything happened to them in a crash, you'd never forgive yourself if they could've got a better outcome in a better seat.

Put some of a months child tax credits and child benefit towards buying a great seat in the £100-200 range, as these seats will be stage 2 & 3 they'll last until they don't need a seat so over the years an expensive seat will cost peanuts
Great seats, have used for both of my kids
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