Concord Transformer Pro XT Group 1/2/3 isofix child car seat - £183.98 inc delivery or £153.98 with code @ Very
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Concord Transformer Pro XT Group 1/2/3 isofix child car seat - £183.98 inc delivery or £153.98 with code @ Very

£183.98
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Found 2nd Mar
You can also get this for £153.98 if you take up a Very store account and enter in code LA4K9. This is what I did and credit already applied (first time customers only).

£230-£290 elsewhere

If not remember quidco or TCB for 7/8% cashback.

Product link; en.concord.es/pro…ro/

The TRANSFORMER XT PRO is equivalent to the TRANSFORMER XT in all its safety and comfort features. The seat can even be used for a child from the age of 9 months with the impact body, without it the seat is suitable for children up to 12 years.

Dimensions: L 45 x W 45 - 55 x H 63 - 82 cm / Weight: 10.4 kg + 0.9 kg

PROCOMFORT SYSTEM: continuously variable sit/recline adjustment at the touch of a button, pneumatically supported
VARIOSIZE SYSTEM: headrest height as well as shoulder protector height and width continuously and simultaneously adjustable at the touch of a button
Ergonomically shaped seat shell
Soft, padded covers, easy to remove and wash
Soft, padded armrests
TWINFIX SYSTEM: simple attachment of the seat to the Isofix points in the vehicle; TWINFIX connectors extend at the touch of a button, pneumatically supported by lockable pneumatic spring
TRIPLE LAYER IMPACT PROTECTION: three cushioning layers for optimum side-impact protection
Intuitive strap guide opens at the touch of a button, automatic locking

8 Comments

Original Poster

If using the code the £30 discount comes off as store credit automatically - make sure it says this on the order page before confirming

Cold. Front facing seats are dangerous.

Original Poster

Driving is dangerous...no?

kasabians

Driving is dangerous...no?



Yes it is, that's why children should be in rear facing seats until they are at least 4 years old. That's going to give them to best chance of escaping serious injury if you are in a collision.

Original Poster

Yes I'm not disagreeing and have done research when purchasing this seat. Yes rear-facing is better in some cases but I've also read evidence where is doesn't perform as well in another type of crash. Plus some families can't afford the £300+ mark for a rear-facing seat (plus then another forward facing seat possibly after 4 yo). Also why not comment on which car you must drive - must be highest NCAP rating etc. But thank you for making sure that every post about a front facing car seat gets the "if you buy this you are a bad parent" treatment

nitro228

Cold. Front facing seats are dangerous.


This seat is one of the safest booster seats it caters for age 4+ too and it is suitable for up to 12 years old! You are voting it cold on the assumption people will only buy it if their kid is under 4?

jdRiggs

This seat is one of the safest booster seats it caters for age 4+ too and … This seat is one of the safest booster seats it caters for age 4+ too and it is suitable for up to 12 years old! You are voting it cold on the assumption people will only buy it if their kid is under 4?



Yes I am. It's unlikely people would spend this much money if they only want it for a group 2/3 seat. There's plenty of very good high back boosters for less than this price.

I'm sure someone with a user name like "Nitro" drives very safely at all times. X)
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