Britax Römer ADVENTURE Group 2-3 (15-36kg) Car Seat £29.75 @ Amazon
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Britax Römer ADVENTURE Group 2-3 (15-36kg) Car Seat £29.75 @ Amazon

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Very poor seat imo. The seat pad isn't secured well, and is only held by three small plastic tabs. Any wriggling at all, and it's off. It's very thin as well.

Decent saving on the face of it, but a false economy.
Shame it does not have isofi*
Same price at mothercare, free c&c if you want to avoid it being thrown around by a courier.

mothercare.com/hig…tml

£35.00

15% off with code safety15

= £29.75
grex910112 h, 52 m ago

Very poor seat imo. The seat pad isn't secured well, and is only held by …Very poor seat imo. The seat pad isn't secured well, and is only held by three small plastic tabs. Any wriggling at all, and it's off. It's very thin as well.Decent saving on the face of it, but a false economy.


Seen the reviews of this but cant say I have seen the issue myself, but mainly used for school dropoffs only

Also note you can get a free nappy bin with it worth £15

amazon.co.uk/Bri…URE
Edited by: "coalfield" 19th Jan
swuarnegle11 h, 47 m ago

Shame it does not have isofi*


Not really, makes it more versatile
coalfield18 m ago

Seen the reviews of this but cant say I have seen the issue myself, but …Seen the reviews of this but cant say I have seen the issue myself, but mainly used for school dropoffs onlyAlso note you can get a free nappy bin with it worth £15https://www.amazon.co.uk/Britax-Römer-ADVENTURE-Group-15-36kg/dp/B01G5EWLPG/ref=sr_1_3_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1547887857&sr=8-3&keywords=Britax+Römer+ADVENTURE


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itchyone11 h, 57 m ago

Same price at mothercare, free c&c if you want to avoid it being thrown …Same price at mothercare, free c&c if you want to avoid it being thrown around by a courier. https://www.mothercare.com/highback-boosters-without-harness-group-2-3/britax-r%C3%B6mer-adventure-car-seat---cosmos-black/211832.html£35.0015% off with code safety15= £29.75


I wonder how it gets delivered to the store
windta1ker1 h, 33 m ago

I wonder how it gets delivered to the store


If it's a stocked item, I'd guess it's delivered along with the rest of their child seats in a lorry, removed from the lorry with care and attention.

If it's a non stocked item and being delivered to mothercare from their holding warehouse, I'd guess it's delivered with a fair amount of care.

itchyone7 m ago

If it's a stocked item, I'd guess it's delivered along with the rest of … If it's a stocked item, I'd guess it's delivered along with the rest of their child seats in a lorry, removed from the lorry with care and attention. If it's a non stocked item and being delivered to mothercare from their holding warehouse, I'd guess it's delivered with a fair amount of care.


Now there's a lot of assumptions

Unless you're there from it coming off the production line until it gets to store, you have no idea
windta1ker2 h, 1 m ago

Not really, makes it more versatile


Any isofix booster being used with the cars own seat belt to secure the child can be used without isofix too. isofix is only for convenience of not needing to secure the seat in place with the belt when the child isn't in it so it doesn't get flung around in a crash. As a car seat fixture fitting isofix is only tested and applicable to 18kg. in a crash it's the cars own belt that keeps the seat and child in place in booster seats.
windta1ker24 m ago

Now there's a lot of assumptionsUnless you're there from it coming off the …Now there's a lot of assumptionsUnless you're there from it coming off the production line until it gets to store, you have no idea


Assumptions?

Hmm well if they aren't delivered via a mothercare lorry or an internal courier I guess the car seats in mothercare get delivered by molecular teleportation. Unless you've another method I've not thought of?

jdRiggs1 h, 17 m ago

Any isofix booster being used with the cars own seat belt to secure the …Any isofix booster being used with the cars own seat belt to secure the child can be used without isofix too. isofix is only for convenience of not needing to secure the seat in place with the belt when the child isn't in it so it doesn't get flung around in a crash. As a car seat fixture fitting isofix is only tested and applicable to 18kg. in a crash it's the cars own belt that keeps the seat and child in place in booster seats.


I'm not sure that's correct, I accept that it's down to ensuring seat Is secured properly but I'm not sold all isofix seats can be installed using just the belt instead...but I'll be quite happily proved wrong on that
Edited by: "windta1ker" 19th Jan
itchyone12 m ago

Assumptions?Hmm well if they aren't delivered via a mothercare lorry or an …Assumptions?Hmm well if they aren't delivered via a mothercare lorry or an internal courier I guess the car seats in mothercare get delivered by molecular teleportation. Unless you've another method I've not thought of?


Yes assumptions, that all delivery drivers, stackers who deliver to mothercare are more careful than any other delivery company
coalfield2 h, 55 m ago

Seen the reviews of this but cant say I have seen the issue myself, but …Seen the reviews of this but cant say I have seen the issue myself, but mainly used for school dropoffs onlyAlso note you can get a free nappy bin with it worth £15https://www.amazon.co.uk/Britax-Römer-ADVENTURE-Group-15-36kg/dp/B01G5EWLPG/ref=sr_1_3_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1547887857&sr=8-3&keywords=Britax+Römer+ADVENTURE


It may have been a run of defective seats, perhaps.
Certainly, I ignored the Amazon reviews regarding the issues, but I really should have paid attention to them.
windta1ker3 h, 20 m ago

Yes assumptions, that all delivery drivers, stackers who deliver to … Yes assumptions, that all delivery drivers, stackers who deliver to mothercare are more careful than any other delivery company


Hmm. Maybe you could help me out?

Can you please point out exactly where I claimed that all delivery drivers, stackers who deliver to mothercare are more careful than any other delivery company? I think you'll find that's an assumption you've made.

Common sense (and plenty of evidence available online in the form of videos) suggests that a courier firm delivering to a residential address would perhaps take less care of it than a lorry driver delivering to a store. The mothercare lorry driver delivering to a store doesn't have to unload his truck in extremely tight timescales. Where as the courier would have to deliver a huge amount of parcels in a relatively small timescale to a multitude of addresses in order to get paid.
Edited by: "itchyone" 19th Jan
itchyone12 m ago

Hmm. Maybe you could help me out?Can you please point out exactly where I …Hmm. Maybe you could help me out?Can you please point out exactly where I claimed that all delivery drivers, stackers who deliver to mothercare are more careful than any other delivery company? I think you'll find that's an assumption you've made. Common sense (and plenty of evidence available online in the form of videos) suggests that a courier firm delivering to a residential address would perhaps take less care of it than a lorry driver delivering to a store. The mothercare lorry driver delivering to a store doesn't have to unload his truck in extremely tight timescales. Where as the courier would have to deliver a huge amount of parcels in a relatively small timescale to a multitude of addresses in order to get paid.


No I cant help you out, nor would I want to
windta1ker4 m ago

No I cant help you out, nor would I want to


That's a shame. No problem. Well, it's been very interesting this discussion of ours. Catch you again some time?

itchyone1 m ago

That's a shame. No problem. Well, it's been very interesting this …That's a shame. No problem. Well, it's been very interesting this discussion of ours. Catch you again some time?


Possibly, I'm off to do some tarring with the same brush
windta1ker5 h, 14 m ago

I'm not sure that's correct, I accept that it's down to ensuring seat Is …I'm not sure that's correct, I accept that it's down to ensuring seat Is secured properly but I'm not sold all isofix seats can be installed using just the belt instead...but I'll be quite happily proved wrong on that


Every high backed booster I’ve ever had (various Britax ones, a Cybex one and a BeSafe one) have all had the ability to push the isofix arms in and use the seat without them.

It’s not the same for isofix seats with a 5-point harness in. A few can be fitted with either seatbelt or isofix (like the Britax Duo Plus for example) but most are either seatbelt OR isofix.
andreah90312 m ago

Every high backed booster I’ve ever had (various Britax ones, a Cybex one a …Every high backed booster I’ve ever had (various Britax ones, a Cybex one and a BeSafe one) have all had the ability to push the isofix arms in and use the seat without them. It’s not the same for isofix seats with a 5-point harness in. A few can be fitted with either seatbelt or isofix (like the Britax Duo Plus for example) but most are either seatbelt OR isofix.


Yes I has the duo, cracking seat tbh, but kids have grown

I honestly never twigged about iso fix in boosters being able to be used with stand alone seat belt, will definitely take that in consideration on next seat
jdRiggs5 h, 55 m ago

Any isofix booster being used with the cars own seat belt to secure the …Any isofix booster being used with the cars own seat belt to secure the child can be used without isofix too. isofix is only for convenience of not needing to secure the seat in place with the belt when the child isn't in it so it doesn't get flung around in a crash. As a car seat fixture fitting isofix is only tested and applicable to 18kg. in a crash it's the cars own belt that keeps the seat and child in place in booster seats.


This is inaccurate information!...

Isofix is a preferred standard of child seat fixture to simplify instalment, given traditional systems are often fitted incorrectly. Isofix is available in all new cars circa 2012. I own both standard of seats, plus ive had a hybrid 'easy fix' base on a baby seat and Isofix is by far more secure regardless of convenience as the makers intended. Yes it costs a fortune and could be priced fairer.

When your child is released from a non-isofix seat they use the belt from the child seat not from your car. Therefore the seat remains fixed in place without needing isofix. Your statement doesnt make any sense...?
Auric_Goldfinger54 m ago

This is inaccurate information!...Isofix is a preferred standard of child …This is inaccurate information!...Isofix is a preferred standard of child seat fixture to simplify instalment, given traditional systems are often fitted incorrectly. Isofix is available in all new cars circa 2012. I own both standard of seats, plus ive had a hybrid 'easy fix' base on a baby seat and Isofix is by far more secure regardless of convenience as the makers intended. Yes it costs a fortune and could be priced fairer.When your child is released from a non-isofix seat they use the belt from the child seat not from your car. Therefore the seat remains fixed in place without needing isofix. Your statement doesnt make any sense...?


its not a group 1 toddler seat. With the group 1 toddler seat the child is harnessed with the baby seat 5 point one same as in a pushchair. In these booster seats the child is harnessed by the cars adult seat belt. There is no difference in the installation of booster seats just toddler ones. The booster seat is kept in place along with the child by the adult belt.
For a booster seat to be fitted correctly it depends on the lap belt being over their hips not their tummy and the should belt sitting against their shoulder not their neck. Having isofix does not have any influence on belt routing on these style seats nor does it reduce the likelihood of fitting incorrectly.
Edited by: "jdRiggs" 19th Jan
jdRiggs6 m ago

its not a group 1 toddler seat. With the group 1 toddler seat the child is …its not a group 1 toddler seat. With the group 1 toddler seat the child is harnessed with the baby seat 5 point one same as in a pushchair. In these booster seats the child is harnessed by the cars adult seat belt. There is no difference in the installation of booster seats just toddler ones. The booster seat is kept in place along with the child by the adult belt. For a booster seat to be fitted correctly it depends on the lap belt being over their hips not their tummy and the should belt sitting against their shoulder not their neck. Having isofix does not have any influence on belt routing on these style seats nor does it reduce the likelihood of fitting incorrectly.


Apologies, I stand corrected that its a booster seat, not group 1 toddler seat. Isofix should however just be the accepted standard now for all cars and seats (at a reduced price point).
Auric_Goldfinger8 m ago

Apologies, I stand corrected that its a booster seat, not group 1 toddler …Apologies, I stand corrected that its a booster seat, not group 1 toddler seat. Isofix should however just be the accepted standard now for all cars and seats (at a reduced price point).


Isofix can’t be used for every seat though. The isofix points in a car can only support a total weight of 33kg (that’s the weight of the seat itself plus the weight of the child in it). There are lots of rear facing seats on the market, and a handful of forward facing ones, which allow the child to use the 5-point harness until they weigh 25kg, and these all have to be fitted with the seatbelt. Contrary to popular belief these seatbelt-only seats are not going to be phased out.

My car has three sets of isofix points in the middle seating row, I have three children and they have never had isofix seats. I do have one isofix high backed booster now, but that’s more so that I don’t have to remember to fasten the seatbelt over it when my daughter isn’t in the car.
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