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Britax Römer car seat 9-36 kg, EVOLVA 123 group 1/2/3 £30 @ Lidl (Leicester)
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Britax Römer car seat 9-36 kg, EVOLVA 123 group 1/2/3 £30 @ Lidl (Leicester)

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Posted 28th MayAvailable: East Midlands (Leicester)Edited by:"nermand"

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  • It is suitable for children from 9 months to 12 years
  • Reassuring safety from 9kg to 36kg
  • 5-point safety harness
  • Non SICT

Found at Lidl - Leicester / Upperton Road. 5 more in a basket. £79.99 on Amazon , £99 in Argos. 5 star reviews. Bargain in my opinion.
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That’s a good price but I need a 0 group one
Which one in Leicester?
Just got back from upperton Road they all sold out! Such a shame
Edited by: "MR+T" 28th May
Great price! I need a second child seat wondering if it’s worth trying my luck
Cold. Front facing seats for group 1 and 2 should be banned. It's crazy that people are willing to put their child in something like this.
How would I know if my child liked this
Good price seats. My 4 year old still using. Was debating on whether to buy another or trying reverse back to group 1.

30 quid seems like it's not worth the hassle now!
nitro22829/05/2020 01:00

Cold. Front facing seats for group 1 and 2 should be banned. It's crazy …Cold. Front facing seats for group 1 and 2 should be banned. It's crazy that people are willing to put their child in something like this.


Why?
Deadpool229/05/2020 09:44

Why?


Because they're not safe in the event of a collision. Rear facing is far safer and a child should remain rear facing as long as possible, at least until 4 years, ideally 6. The chances of being in a head on crash are small, but if you are, a front facing seat isn't going to do much to protect your child.
nitro22829/05/2020 11:12

Because they're not safe in the event of a collision. Rear facing is far …Because they're not safe in the event of a collision. Rear facing is far safer and a child should remain rear facing as long as possible, at least until 4 years, ideally 6. The chances of being in a head on crash are small, but if you are, a front facing seat isn't going to do much to protect your child.


Where do they put their legs of rear facing at age 4?? Behind their ears?? My daughter is 3 and a half and as tall as 5/6 yr olds. She wouldn’t be comfortable in a rear facing :/
nitro22829/05/2020 11:12

Because they're not safe in the event of a collision. Rear facing is far …Because they're not safe in the event of a collision. Rear facing is far safer and a child should remain rear facing as long as possible, at least until 4 years, ideally 6. The chances of being in a head on crash are small, but if you are, a front facing seat isn't going to do much to protect your child.


Spot the person who hasn't got a 3 year old yet!
rob8529/05/2020 14:50

Spot the person who hasn't got a 3 year old yet!


My daughter is three and is absolutely comfortable in a rear facing seat. Sometimes she swings her legs around the sides. I'm always shocked when I see little ones in front facing seats given the massive difference in safety when compared to rear facing.
tallone29/05/2020 13:24

Where do they put their legs of rear facing at age 4?? Behind their ears?? …Where do they put their legs of rear facing at age 4?? Behind their ears?? My daughter is 3 and a half and as tall as 5/6 yr olds. She wouldn’t be comfortable in a rear facing :/

My daughter is three and very comfortable, and my friends five year old just swings his legs around the side. The difference in safety between front and rear facing seats is absolutely massive.
Wow this is a crazy price for this. I'm sure I paid nearly double a few yrs back. Really good find OP.
7 months from now, there will be a shortage of car seats and nappies.
tallone29/05/2020 13:24

Where do they put their legs of rear facing at age 4?? Behind their ears?? …Where do they put their legs of rear facing at age 4?? Behind their ears?? My daughter is 3 and a half and as tall as 5/6 yr olds. She wouldn’t be comfortable in a rear facing :/


She would be fine. My son's 4 and very tall for his age and still rear facing. There's plenty of room for his legs. He just bends his knees
rob8529/05/2020 14:50

Spot the person who hasn't got a 3 year old yet!


Nope, I've got a four year old and still rear facing just fine.
rob8529/05/2020 14:50

Spot the person who hasn't got a 3 year old yet!


My 3.5 year old is rear facing. He crises his legs or just wriggles then till he’s comfy. Plenty of room. He will stay this way for as long as his seat still fits him.
Used to have this. It was too narrow for my son's shoulders when he turned 4. Can only recommend this for ages 1-3 years based on my experience.
Just got back from Lidl , still 3 seats available!
Could not find at Lidl in Salford Manchester
Had a couple for the grandparents car from ages 5 up, that's all I would use them for. My children both rear faced til 7 yrs old. Still can't believe how far behind other countries the UK is on rear facing and how it is still a new thing here. My daughter is 10 and we bought our first extended rear facing seat 9 years ago, thought by this time it would be the norm!
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Just got back from Lidl , more seats have come. If anyone interested.
nermand01/06/2020 17:53

[Image] Just got back from Lidl , more seats have come. If anyone …[Image] Just got back from Lidl , more seats have come. If anyone interested.


Anyone can confirm if its national ? I tried Manchester Salford but they didn't had any
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