Cybex car seat S-Fix (iso-fix) £234 @ John lewis (RRP £260)
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Cybex car seat S-Fix (iso-fix) £234 @ John lewis (RRP £260)

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Found 2nd MayEdited by:"Slackuro"
The latest in the cybex pallas range. Usually found for £260. Seems the cheapest price around matched with UberKids for a relatively new product.

  • Group 1/2/3 - from 9 months to 12 years, or 9-36kg
  • Isofix compatible (points attached)
  • Integrated linear side-impact protectors (L.S.P system)

Lavastone colour as linked.

Grey version below.
johnlewis.com/cyb…089

Uberkids: (if you want other colours)
uberkids.co.uk/pra…eat
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:shrug: good deal for me, since I'm looking for the latest for my baby.
that looks well comfy, adult sizes too?
Slackuro1 h, 12 m ago

:shrug: good deal for me, since I'm looking for the latest for my baby.


unless it's rear facing you shouldn't be putting a baby in it.
I already have a 0+ group rear facing car seat. This is when he grows out of it. Been looking for 1/2/3 group seat. But dont fancy the joie every stage.
roots29 m ago

unless it's rear facing you shouldn't be putting a baby in it.

I bought one like this, I had to send it back as it used the seat belt to secure the child and reaching around the seat to plug in the seat belt would have become to difficult for my daughter, as she is expecting again. I far prefer the isofix with a 'foot' to secure the seat. these come with a 5 point harness so not quite as easy in the first instance to secure the child. The seats with isofix and a webbing strap to a secure location in the boot also work well.

I also found it a challange to fit in a 5 door Seat Ibiza, not a chance in a M4.
roots3 h, 55 m ago

unless it's rear facing you shouldn't be putting a baby in it.


So if my wee one, just over 2yr old now (getting closer to the 105cm i-size limit every day), is growing out of his Concord Reverso Plus seat, which is i-size, which is rear-facing, which is well rated by ADAC and Which? what would you recommend? I haven't seen any seat that would comfortable sit him rear-facing for the next two or three years. Budget isn't a question, it is my child's safety but surely you can't sit them rear-facing forever.
My sister has a cybex lile this for her 2 year old she loves it and has been using it since her son was 1.
Alllfff1 h, 29 m ago

So if my wee one, just over 2yr old now (getting closer to the 105cm …So if my wee one, just over 2yr old now (getting closer to the 105cm i-size limit every day), is growing out of his Concord Reverso Plus seat, which is i-size, which is rear-facing, which is well rated by ADAC and Which? what would you recommend? I haven't seen any seat that would comfortable sit him rear-facing for the next two or three years. Budget isn't a question, it is my child's safety but surely you can't sit them rear-facing forever.


Children ideally should be rear facing until they are at least 4 years old. And for as long as possible after that. Rear facing always offers more protection no matter how old they are.
What you need next is a Britax Two Way Elite or Axkid Minikid. The Two Way Elite is cheaper but less fancy, and probably just has the edge on height, the Minikid has a lot more features but it costs more. Either seat should last your son at least two more years, if not three.
Alllfff2 h, 53 m ago

So if my wee one, just over 2yr old now (getting closer to the 105cm …So if my wee one, just over 2yr old now (getting closer to the 105cm i-size limit every day), is growing out of his Concord Reverso Plus seat, which is i-size, which is rear-facing, which is well rated by ADAC and Which? what would you recommend? I haven't seen any seat that would comfortable sit him rear-facing for the next two or three years. Budget isn't a question, it is my child's safety but surely you can't sit them rear-facing forever.


Rear Facing:
Radian 5, takes effort to install first time but excellent seat. Very comfortable more importantly safe seat.


Forward Facing:
As your child is age 2 you would be looking at a group 1/2/3 seat these Cybex impact shield style seats are the only group 1/2/3 seats to do well in the adac safety tests.
Joie have brought out a new 123 seat that is harnessed up to 26kg, it isn't tested independently yet.
However do remember with a front facing harnessed 1/2/3 seat the 5 point harness on the vast majority must be discontinued at 18kg. If your toddler is a light build that should be fine but if they are likely to approach 18kg before the age of 4 most people have a challenge that they haven't the maturity to sit still in the seat with just the seat belt around them.
dwain5 h, 39 m ago

I bought one like this, I had to send it back as it used the seat belt to …I bought one like this, I had to send it back as it used the seat belt to secure the child and reaching around the seat to plug in the seat belt would have become to difficult for my daughter, as she is expecting again. I far prefer the isofix with a 'foot' to secure the seat. these come with a 5 point harness so not quite as easy in the first instance to secure the child. The seats with isofix and a webbing strap to a secure location in the boot also work well.I also found it a challange to fit in a 5 door Seat Ibiza, not a chance in a M4.


The isofix and isofix foot style only caters for children up to 18kg approx 4 years old. The impact shield front cushion can be removed from 18kg so reaching over for the parent is easier from then. This seat does to age 12 approx. Though yes reaching over the impact shield is a nuisance and won't suit everyone for that phase.
Slackuro2nd May

I already have a 0+ group rear facing car seat. This is when he grows out …I already have a 0+ group rear facing car seat. This is when he grows out of it. Been looking for 1/2/3 group seat. But dont fancy the joie every stage.


Get a group 1 or group 1/2 rear facing seat and then buy a seperate group 2/3 (high backed booster) when needed. Seats with harness shields are not recommended for safety reasons.
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