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

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

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Found 7th Jun 2017
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 both isofix and standard belt, along with side impact technology, developed click safe system that lets parents know when the child is in correctly.
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Good find!

Other colours available at pramworld for slightly less with code BRITAX10
All britax gone down in Halfords 20%
Reviews say no ISOFix?

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.
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.
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.
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