Cozy 'N' Safe K2 Group 2/3 Car seat £20 Tesco (+ £2 c&c / £3 delivery)
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Cozy 'N' Safe K2 Group 2/3 Car seat £20 Tesco (+ £2 c&c / £3 delivery)

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Found 26th Jul 2016
With the laws soon changing on child car seats this is a great deal at only £20 (Saving £30) free delivery if you spend over £29.99 or £3.00 standard delivery, Seat gets really good reviews. Sorry if this has already been posted but didn't see it.
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I was gonna buy this but then spotted the cuddle Co one at brooklyn trading for 29.99 which is a lot better
Are these safe as they have no straps on the car seat and if your using the car seat belt on this , i mean safe on a childs neck when thy fall aslepp
amzzzzyyyy

Are these safe as they have no straps on the car seat and if your using … Are these safe as they have no straps on the car seat and if your using the car seat belt on this , i mean safe on a childs neck when thy fall aslepp



​ Of course they're safe, couldn't be sold if didn't meet legal standards. Most 4+ year olds are too big to use harnesses anyway.
amzzzzyyyy

Are these safe as they have no straps on the car seat and if your using … Are these safe as they have no straps on the car seat and if your using the car seat belt on this , i mean safe on a childs neck when thy fall aslepp



it won't have straps/harness - it's a group 2/3 seat suitable from 15kg (although ideally shouldn't be used until 18kg when group 1 seat is actually outgrown). There's normally a guide tucked under the headrest for the shoulder belt.

personally though I'd rather spend a bit more and get an isofix seat to avoid having to strap it in on every unoccupied journey.
you_gotta_be_kidding

https://www.brooklyntrading.co.uk/catalogsearch/result/?q=Cuddleco


What does it mean when it says it has a "3 point seat harness"?

Edited by: "karen46" 26th Jul 2016
laurieleigh

it won't have straps/harness - it's a group 2/3 seat suitable from 15kg … it won't have straps/harness - it's a group 2/3 seat suitable from 15kg (although ideally shouldn't be used until 18kg when group 1 seat is actually outgrown). There's normally a guide tucked under the headrest for the shoulder belt.personally though I'd rather spend a bit more and get an isofix seat to avoid having to strap it in on every unoccupied journey.



Do you mean the strap or strap cover for the main car seat
errrr2

​ Of course they're safe, couldn't be sold if didn't meet legal s … ​ Of course they're safe, couldn't be sold if didn't meet legal standards. Most 4+ year olds are too big to use harnesses anyway.



​actually there is legal and there is safe! These no name brands are usually made to pass the legal minimum. They often rely on optical illusions in the way they are stitched to give the impression of extra padding. Not heard of this brand so there will be the minimum standards attained. If you pay £50+ for a branded seat they exceed the minimum legal limits, you should look for either E 1,4 or 11 (German/Dutch/UK) on the certificate as they have the highest (by far) standards. Firms like maxi-c britax joie etc test here. Let's make it clear, if the seat cost £40 more it is an extra 42p per month over the life of the seat. Question is, what price you put on child safety
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