Cozy n safe group 1/2/3 car seat - £50 @ ASDA George
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Cozy n safe group 1/2/3 car seat - £50 @ ASDA George

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Found 8th Jan
This is a great price for a car seat that reclines so younger child can sleep easily
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This states from 9 months but is a forward facing seat.

Rear facing the way forward, for babies to 3 year olds.
rearfacing.co.uk/
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Good find at a good price - thanks for posting @AishaSa!

And welcome to HUKD
Hi, thanks for posting this, I wanted to ask you or anyone who is reading this and know about car seats...

I recently bought mothercare.com/hig…tml

and was wondering if the OP one is better? (Don't mind about the price difference just want a better one for my child)

Thanks for info
iz1234567891 h, 19 m ago

Hi, thanks for posting this, I wanted to ask you or anyone who is reading …Hi, thanks for posting this, I wanted to ask you or anyone who is reading this and know about car seats...I recently bought https://www.mothercare.com/highback-boosters-with-harness-group-1-2-3/britax-romer-evolva-1-2-3-high-back-booster-car-seat-with-harness/LGB424.html and was wondering if the OP one is better? (Don't mind about the price difference just want a better one for my child) Thanks for info


Here's the link to the product on cosy'n'ssfe's website...

cozynsafe.com/gro…361

I have no idea about the seat other than what's on the website.

The seat you've purchased is a very good seat. I'm familiar with it.

The only thing that worries me about buying a seat from a supermarket or similar is the lack of trained fitting advisors to inform you of things such as buckle crunch, safe movement allowances, adjustment of the seat to fit the child, and the fact that not all car seats 'fit' all cars.
looks good thanks for posting
This states from 9 months but is a forward facing seat.

Rear facing the way forward, for babies to 3 year olds.
rearfacing.co.uk/
Is this an isofix seat ?
dounavilla31 m ago

Is this an isofix seat ?


Per the website; no.
dale86uk1 h, 59 m ago

This states from 9 months but is a forward facing seat. Rear facing the …This states from 9 months but is a forward facing seat. Rear facing the way forward, for babies to 3 year olds.http://www.rearfacing.co.uk/


...and even older 😊 so much safer. Totally agree with you and it annoys me that these types of seat are still advertised (and sold) for babies as young as 9 months.
Edited by: "laurieleigh" 9th Jan
TakenAtDawn15 h, 1 m ago

Here's the link to the product on cosy'n'ssfe's …Here's the link to the product on cosy'n'ssfe's website...http://www.cozynsafe.com/group-1-2-3-est-361I have no idea about the seat other than what's on the website.The seat you've purchased is a very good seat. I'm familiar with it.The only thing that worries me about buying a seat from a supermarket or similar is the lack of trained fitting advisors to inform you of things such as buckle crunch, safe movement allowances, adjustment of the seat to fit the child, and the fact that not all car seats 'fit' all cars.


If you like the seat but don't want to buy it from a supermarket this is also available at Halfords for £55

halfords.com/kid…ack
I have the Cozy n Safe group 0-1 car seat and for those asking, It's solid, well built and feels safe. Only thing what bugs me is the straps are forever getting tangled and twisted. This doesn't happen with my maxi cosi pearl however the maxi cosi was £190... therefore heat for this deal!
Bought! Nice one. Let you know tomorrow what it's like.
Purchased. Thanks OP
Edited by: "saf789" 9th Jan
Should be illegal to advertise a front facing car seat for under 1.5 years
cas3982 h, 12 m ago

Should be illegal to advertise a front facing car seat for under 1.5 years


Please provide source of what you claim.

Here is a little bit of my research: childcarseats.org.uk/typ…ts/
Quote: "Once children have outgrown a rearward-facing seat, the safest option is to use a group 1 forward-facing child seat with an internal harness"
Site Footer: "Produced with the support of the Department for Transport."
Edited by: "Darude" 9th Jan
sylwright5 h, 49 m ago

If you like the seat but don't want to buy it from a supermarket this is …If you like the seat but don't want to buy it from a supermarket this is also available at Halfords for £55http://www.halfords.com/kids-zone/car-seats/toddler-car-seats/cozy-n-safe-group-1-2-3-child-car-seat-with-cupholders-grey-black


Halfords will price match in-store. Not that I would buy it.
laurieleigh6 h, 18 m ago

...and even older 😊 so much safer. Totally agree with you and it annoys …...and even older 😊 so much safer. Totally agree with you and it annoys me that these types of seat are still advertised (and sold) for babies as young as 9 months.


I used rear facing for my son till he turned 5 and he is a tall boy. Will do the same with my daughter. I thought by now they would change the regulations. Did they not?
Edited by: "tuncsi" 9th Jan
Darude33 m ago

Please provide source of what you claim.Here is a little bit of my …Please provide source of what you claim.Here is a little bit of my research: http://www.childcarseats.org.uk/types-of-seat/forward-facing-seats/Quote: "Once children have outgrown a rearward-facing seat, the safest option is to use a group 1 forward-facing child seat with an internal harness"Site Footer: "Produced with the support of the Department for Transport."


Read this (just something I found after a quick search) which.co.uk/rev…ros

Also there are videos available on youtube which will show some testings. I remember a few years back they been planning to change the regulations here in the UK as well.
tuncsi14 m ago

I used rear facing for my son till he turned 5 and he is a tall boy. Will …I used rear facing for my son till he turned 5 and he is a tall boy. Will do the same with my daughter. I thought by now they would change the regulations. Did they not?


Do you mean rear facing?
The law hasn't changed... it's still perfectly 'legal' to forward face a 9kg baby in an ece r44/03 or r44/04 seat but if you have an iSize seat (conforming to r129) you cannot turn it ff until baby is 15 months... an age still way below recommendations in some other countries.
laurieleigh1 m ago

Do you mean rear facing?The law hasn't changed... it's still perfectly …Do you mean rear facing?The law hasn't changed... it's still perfectly 'legal' to forward face a 9kg baby in an ece r44/03 or r44/04 seat but if you have an iSize seat (conforming to r129) you cannot turn it ff until baby is 15 months... an age still way below recommendations in some other countries.


Yep rear facing. It was a maxi cosi mobi I think.
Darude1 h, 10 m ago

Please provide source of what you claim.Here is a little bit of my …Please provide source of what you claim.Here is a little bit of my research: http://www.childcarseats.org.uk/types-of-seat/forward-facing-seats/Quote: "Once children have outgrown a rearward-facing seat, the safest option is to use a group 1 forward-facing child seat with an internal harness"Site Footer: "Produced with the support of the Department for Transport."


​Forward facing group 1 seat USED to be considered the safest option when a baby outgrows the infant carrier. The childcarseats.org website hasn't been updated that's all.

The gov.uk site is more up to date.
gov.uk/child-car-seats-the-rules
Edited by: "jdRiggs" 9th Jan
@jdRiggs@tuncsi Thanks, this is all very interesting information, I can't believe car seats have become so technical and complicated.
Darude9 h, 56 m ago

@jdRiggs @tuncsi Thanks, this is all very interesting information, I …@jdRiggs @tuncsi Thanks, this is all very interesting information, I can't believe car seats have become so technical and complicated.



​It's a good thing they have become safer too.

The adac are independent crash testing in Germany

They list the ones they found safest
Here
to use Google translate or chrome when opening it.
Edited by: "jdRiggs" 10th Jan
iz1234567899th Jan

Hi, thanks for posting this, I wanted to ask you or anyone who is reading …Hi, thanks for posting this, I wanted to ask you or anyone who is reading this and know about car seats...I recently bought https://www.mothercare.com/highback-boosters-with-harness-group-1-2-3/britax-romer-evolva-1-2-3-high-back-booster-car-seat-with-harness/LGB424.html and was wondering if the OP one is better? (Don't mind about the price difference just want a better one for my child) Thanks for info

​The Britax one is only satisfactory as @geordieaffry2014 explains Here
The cosy n safe one is unlikely to be better than the Britax as the Britax brand is generally one of the best ones. There is some side impact protection on the Britax not sure about the copy n safe one.

The 123 seats aren't usually as safe as a seat bought for a single group. Children grow so much in the span they try to cover.

The only 123 seats that do well in the adac crash tests from what I recall are the joie trillo shield. The joie transcend and the cybex pallas / pallasfix though they are all impact shield style not harnessed.
The Britax evolva and graco nautilus just get satisfactory ratings.

Im not an expert at all. 7 years ago my friend told me about rear facing seats. I just went on youtube to check test videos and did a bit of reading about it before I decided to get one for my son. At that time they never even hear about rear facing seats in Mothercare or any high street retailer. Luckily it is easier to get one nowadays. People still argue that the child will not like it and they will be uncomfortable in it etc. For one it was not an issue for us even tho he is tall for his age. Secondly safety comes first.
Doctors published research in the British Medical Journal NINE years ago stating that parents should be told to keep their children rear facing until they are at least 4 years old, sadly this still isn’t happening.

“She said healthcare professionals should advise that rear-facing seats are safer than forward-facing seats for children under four years.
She also called on manufacturers and retailers to make rear-facing seats for older children more available.
And she criticised the current weight-range labelling of European seats, which they said might imply that forward-facing seats are as safe as rear-facing seats for children over 9kg.”

news.bbc.co.uk/1/h…stm
Darude9th Jan

Please provide source of what you claim.Here is a little bit of my …Please provide source of what you claim.Here is a little bit of my research: http://www.childcarseats.org.uk/types-of-seat/forward-facing-seats/Quote: "Once children have outgrown a rearward-facing seat, the safest option is to use a group 1 forward-facing child seat with an internal harness"Site Footer: "Produced with the support of the Department for Transport."


Literally the worst article ive ever read. Complete with a picture of a child in a forward facing seat who is far too small lol
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