Britax Romer Evolva 1-2-3 High Back Booster Car Seat with Harness - Black £69.99 @ Mothercare
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Britax Romer Evolva 1-2-3 High Back Booster Car Seat with Harness - Black £69.99 @ Mothercare

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Found 29th Jun 2016
Good seat, good brand, good reviews, also 5% cashback via quidco.

Ordered 2 (one for each car), and got further £10 off the entire order (voucher code from signing up to online alerts/opening an account and spending over £100), with quidco mentioned above, works out to about about £62 each.

Im sure there will be a few comments around isofix, front versus rear facing debate, but for my daughter who is three this is ideal, will be able to use the seat for many years as groups 1-2-3.

Also Mothercare are a safe bet to buy from my experience.

At a Glance
The Britax Romer Evolva 123 is a highback booster seat with side impact protection, an integral harness, deep padding and retractable snack holders. It will grow with your child from 9 months through to 11 years old.
Features and benefits for Britax Romer Evolva 1-2-3 High Back Booster Car Seat with Harness - Black
Suitable for children from 9kg (20lbs) to a maximum weight of 36kg/79lbs) – approx 9 months to 11 years old
Side impact protection
Height adjustable headrest and harness
Pull out drink/snack holders
Removable, washable cover
Free 2 year guarantee
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The Britax Romer Evolva 123 is a highback booster seat that will last your child for many years and features optimum side impact protection to keep them safe in case of a side on collision. The Britax Evolva 123 is fitted in the car in a forward facing position using the seat belt, and younger children from 9 months until approximately 4 years are kept safely in place using the integral harness. The harness features chest pads for comfort, and special retainers keep it out of the way so you can easily place your child in the seat. To ensure the correct tension you simply use the one pull adjustment.

Once your child reaches around 18kg in weight the harness can be easily removed and your child can be secured in the Britax Evolva car seat using just the seat belt. The seatbelt guide ensures that the diagonal belt is correctly positioned across your child and the shape of the seat ensures that the lap belt is also in the correct position.

With your little one's comfort in mind, the Britax Evolva 123, has soft padding and the headrest adjusts in 11 different positions as your child grows. If your child doesn't like sitting too upright the seat back can recline and there is also a pull out holder for keeping drinks and snack in easy reach.

Don't forget...

...not all car seats fit all vehicles, our trained staff will check the compatibility and ensure you get the right car seat for your vehicle.
Fabric composition: 100% Polyester Mix
Care Instructions: Machine Washable 30 degree delicate wash
Safety warning: Do not use in the front seating area if there is an active airbag
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11 Comments
Very good price. I paid £99 for mine and that was on offer:|
Really can't understand why parents are willingly putting their children's lives at risk by not buying rear facing. I don't get it.

I'm not judging Im just generally interested as to the logical thought processes behind such decisions.

It's like not using stair gates, or not locking the cupboard that has the bleach in it, no?
This is a really good Group 1-2-3 seat, much easier to get a really good fit in your car than all the cheap Nania/Team Tex/own brand ones (those cheap ones were the ones Watchdog used in their investigation, it's very common to install them incorrectly and quite often they just don't fit at all). The Evolva has a plastic part underneath that flips back and forth to make the seat upright or 'reclined' - quite often it fits a lot better in your car one way or the other, so how you use it should depend on the fit, not which position you'd prefer it in. Also the 'recline' is not massive at all, if you put a young baby in this seat at the 9kgs minimum weight their head will fall forward as they sleep. But it's a good seat for an older toddler. Just be aware that the harness must be removed once the child reaches 18kgs, you cannot continue to use the harness for as long as you'd prefer them in it, after 18kgs it can only be used as a high backed booster.
ReflexReact

Really can't understand why parents are willingly putting their … Really can't understand why parents are willingly putting their children's lives at risk by not buying rear facing. I don't get it.I'm not judging Im just generally interested as to the logical thought processes behind such decisions.It's like not using stair gates, or not locking the cupboard that has the bleach in it, no?



It's parental choice about what seat they use for their children, although unfortunately the information parents get from high street stores doesn't allow them to understand how much safer rear facing is for under 5's. My 4 year old is rear facing in the Britax Multi Tech II, which is actually exactly the same seat as the Evolva 1-2-3 but with a support leg and tether straps attached to the back of it, but I do think that if you've chosen to use a forward facing seat the Evolva is a good one to have, and great blue for money at this price. I had one for my older two children prior to gaining knowledge of extended rear facing!
^ 'value' for money, don't know how my phone got 'blue' out of that!
Do not put your children under 4 years old in this seat! Can't vote hot on this.

"Rear facing is the way forward"
I have thia seat and it's terrible. The straps get jammed once you attach the seat to the car. It's not very safe at all.
andreah903

This is a really good Group 1-2-3 seat, much easier to get a really good … This is a really good Group 1-2-3 seat, much easier to get a really good fit in your car than all the cheap Nania/Team Tex/own brand ones (those cheap ones were the ones Watchdog used in their investigation, it's very common to install them incorrectly and quite often they just don't fit at all). The Evolva has a plastic part underneath that flips back and forth to make the seat upright or 'reclined' - quite often it fits a lot better in your car one way or the other, so how you use it should depend on the fit, not which position you'd prefer it in. Also the 'recline' is not massive at all, if you put a young baby in this seat at the 9kgs minimum weight their head will fall forward as they sleep. But it's a good seat for an older toddler. Just be aware that the harness must be removed once the child reaches 18kgs, you cannot continue to use the harness for as long as you'd prefer them in it, after 18kgs it can only be used as a high backed booster.



​Good luck trying to get the harness back if you want to revert it back to Stage 1. I have given up trying so now can't use mine to transport my granddaughter until she old enough for the later stages.
Grrrrr .
that should read "she's old enough..."
can't work out how to edit on my tablet
This isn't the 'clicklock' version of the seat, so the price isn't that amazing. However it is a good seat (with or without the clicklock)- we used it after our baby car seat got too small (so after phase 1) and used it with the recline function for a year, and continue to use it now on the upright setting.
pedant99

​Good luck trying to get the harness back if you want to revert it back t … ​Good luck trying to get the harness back if you want to revert it back to Stage 1. I have given up trying so now can't use mine to transport my granddaughter until she old enough for the later stages.Grrrrr .



Funny you should say that, I did take the harness out at one point and it was very tricky to put back in (first time I did it the straps would not tighten and it took me ages to figure out what I'd done wrong!) The instruction booklet was no help at all, so I would advise anyone removing the harness to convert this seat to a high backed booster to take photographs as they do it. This will definitely help if you ever want to get the harness back in to use the seat for a second child.
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