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CYBEX Gold Pallas S-Fix 2-in-1 Child's Car Seat - £143.70 @ Amazon
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CYBEX Gold Pallas S-Fix 2-in-1 Child's Car Seat - £143.70 @ Amazon

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Posted 24th Oct 2019

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This is a great price for this car seat, normally around the £200 mark. Currently £260 in mothercare. Suitable for cars with or without Isofix.

This is the colour collection 2019 model.

Also have it in black for £128.41

amazon.co.uk/dp/B07GLDKHPT/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_c_api_i_sfySDbPCNVTC4

I understand it’ll probably start a debate regarding which direction a child should face and also the price however, the deal may appeal to someone. I use last years model for my daughter and she loves it.

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From the manufacturer

2-in-1 Car seat for children approx. 9 months - 12 years

Safety you can customise2-in-1 Car seat for children approx. 9 months - 12 yearsThe Pallas S-Fix always fits your child perfectly: This 2-in-1 child car seat grows with your child from 9 months old to 12 years of age. For children from approx. 3 years of age, the seat can be converted into a group 2/3, high back booster seat in just a few easy steps. The child car seat can be easily installed, removed and is quickly refitted. The one-hand adjustable impact shield of the Pallas S-Fix reduces the risk of severe neck injuries without restricting the child.

Adjustable Impact ShieldOptimised, one-hand adjustable impact shieldOptimal comfort and maximum safety compared to conventional harness systems


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DescriptionProduct DescriptionSturdy and high-quality child car seat for long-term use - For children aged approx. 9 months to approx. 12 years (9-36 kg), Suitable for cars with and without ISOFIX - Maximum safety – Depth-adjustable impact shield, 3-way adjustable reclining headrest, Built-in side impact protection (L.S.P. System), Energy-absorbing shell - 12-way height-adjustable comfort headrest, One-hand adjustable reclining position, Easy conversion to Solution S-Fix car seat for children 3 years and older (group 2/3) by removing impact shield and base - Easy installation in the car with seat belt and with optional ISOFIX connection for extra stability, Removable cover - machine washable (30°C), Optional accessories available: summer cover and cup holder - Contents: 1x Pallas S-Fix car seat with ISOFIX Connect system, Incl. ISOFIX installation aids, Cover material: 100% polyester, Dimensions (LxWxH): 43 x 50 x 68.5 cm, Weight: 10.1 kg, Colour: Manhattan Grey

Box Contains1 x Car Seat PALLAS S-FIX

Features & detailsSturdy and high-quality child car seat for long-term use - For children aged approx. 9 months to approx. 12 years (9-36 kg), Suitable for cars with and without ISOFIX
  • Maximum safety - Depth-adjustable impact shield, 3-way adjustable reclining headrest, Built-in side impact protection (L.S.P. System), Energy-absorbing shell
  • 12-way height-adjustable comfort headrest, One-hand adjustable reclining position, Easy conversion to Solution S-Fix car seat for children 3 years and older (group 2/3) by removing impact shield and base
  • Easy installation in the car with seat belt and with optional ISOFIX connection for extra stability, Removable cover - machine washable (30°C), Optional accessories available: summer cover and cup holder
  • Contents: 1x Pallas S-Fix car seat with ISOFIX Connect system, Incl. ISOFIX installation aids, Cover material: 100% polyester, Dimensions (LxWxH): 43 x 50 x 68.5 cm, Weight: 10.1 kg, Colour: Manhattan Grey

Product information Colour collection 2019 , Manhattan GreyAwards WonTest ADAC 10/2018: gut, Testsieger Stiftung Warentest 11/2018: gut 2,1 (Lizenz: 18PN30)Model Number519001033Product Dimensions43 x 50 x 68.5 cmItem model number519001033Target genderUnisexMinimum Weight Recommendation9 KilogramsMaximum Weight Recommendation36 KilogramsMaterial TypePolyesterAdditional product featuresNot applicableStyleColour collection 2019Batteries requiredNo
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27 Comments
Hmm, seems to be most seats that aren't rear facing are reduced these days. Not for me. I'm holding out for a deal on sirona s.
foodieclaire24/10/2019 12:38

Hmm, seems to be most seats that aren't rear facing are reduced these …Hmm, seems to be most seats that aren't rear facing are reduced these days. Not for me. I'm holding out for a deal on sirona s.


Not too sure I agree that ‘most’ are reduced, some perhaps and that also applies to the rearward facing.

Hope you manage to get your deal.
FYI, the Joie stages which can be used rear facing, is around £73 from Very using vouchers on new credit account. Not isofix though.
Now £145.89.
This is more typically £200, so this is a good price. Takes a bit of time to work out their range of seats and what each one offers. Suffice it to say if you want groups 1/2/3 this I think is the seat that does everything.

The cheaper M-fix 'SL' lacks the swivel and the pop out side protection, but can be had for £132 on ebay, I think the s-fix in the ops deal is worth the extra.
Edited by: "winchman" 25th Oct 2019
vbnmu24/10/2019 22:18

Now £145.89.


£144.78 for the black.

I can't help but think Cybex like many other companies play with your emotions, if you spend a little more, we'll protect your child more etc, make you feel bad as a parent to not spend an extra £20 to protect your child.. emotional blackmail....
Edited by: "winchman" 25th Oct 2019
winchman25/10/2019 07:52

£144.78 for the black.I can't help but think Cybex like many other …£144.78 for the black.I can't help but think Cybex like many other companies play with your emotions, if you spend a little more, we'll protect your child more etc, make you feel bad as a parent to not spend an extra £20 to protect your child.. emotional blackmail....


Now down to £142.88 for the grey.
funnily enough ive been looking at car seats for a while and I know its horses for courses and all that but from everything ive read kids have to be rear facing till they're 4 and even then you want to keep it that way as long as possible, Isofix also seems to be the best way to go.

the Joie spin seems like a good option because of spin but it only goes up to group 1 meaning you'll be shelling out double for a car seat from age 4 onwards

I came across the below which comes out in about a months time, has the spin, rear facing, isfofix and is also group 0-3 so a one stop option which ill be getting when it comes out. hopefully it helps someone else as ive done a fair amount of research!

cosatto.com/sho…est
Edited by: "c58" 25th Oct 2019
The_Shepherd25/10/2019 08:47

Now down to £142.88 for the grey.



£142.19 for the grey, lol. I've seen that before from Amazon where they keep dropping prices by a few pennies every hour, with the same item, although it was more around the £160-175 range that time.
c5825/10/2019 10:03

funnily enough ive been looking at car seats for a while and I know its …funnily enough ive been looking at car seats for a while and I know its horses for courses and all that but from everything ive read kids have to be rear facing till they're 4 and even then you want to keep it that way as long as possible, Isofix also seems to be the best way to go.the Joie spin seems like a good option because of spin but it only goes up to group 1 meaning you'll be shelling out double for a car seat from age 4 onwardsI came across the below which comes out in about a months time, has the spin, rear facing, isfofix and is also group 0-3 so a one stop option which ill be getting when it comes out. hopefully it helps someone else as ive done a fair amount of research!https://www.cosatto.com/shop/car-seats/all-in-all-rotate/fika-forest



Well spotted/researched.

I went for the Joie Stages from Very, at £73. Initially boght the everystage fx from Smythstoys but after a very helpful comment on here about the space on the everystage I returned it.
The spin on the Cosatto would be useful . I guess isofix is what allows it to spin but is isofix itself that big of a deal? or seatbelts are equally good?
vbnmu25/10/2019 10:55

Well spotted/researched.I went for the Joie Stages from Very, at £73. …Well spotted/researched.I went for the Joie Stages from Very, at £73. Initially boght the everystage fx from Smythstoys but after a very helpful comment on here about the space on the everystage I returned it.The spin on the Cosatto would be useful . I guess isofix is what allows it to spin but is isofix itself that big of a deal? or seatbelts are equally good?


Hope this helps....


Independent tests show that Isofix mounted seats are extremely safe. Rather than relying on a belt, the car seat is fixed directly to the base of the vehicle seat. That means there's less movement in the seat in the event of an accident, particularly a side on impact.
foodieclaire24/10/2019 12:38

Hmm, seems to be most seats that aren't rear facing are reduced these …Hmm, seems to be most seats that aren't rear facing are reduced these days. Not for me. I'm holding out for a deal on sirona s.


got mine in a black friday deal last year, so you should hopefully see one in a month.
lastjunkie25/10/2019 11:36

got mine in a black friday deal last year, so you should hopefully see one …got mine in a black friday deal last year, so you should hopefully see one in a month.


Ah thanks for that. That's exactly when I'm waiting for! May I ask how much you paid? We have one already in my OHs car. I want one for mine as they are so good!
c5825/10/2019 10:03

funnily enough ive been looking at car seats for a while and I know its …funnily enough ive been looking at car seats for a while and I know its horses for courses and all that but from everything ive read kids have to be rear facing till they're 4 and even then you want to keep it that way as long as possible, Isofix also seems to be the best way to go.the Joie spin seems like a good option because of spin but it only goes up to group 1 meaning you'll be shelling out double for a car seat from age 4 onwardsI came across the below which comes out in about a months time, has the spin, rear facing, isfofix and is also group 0-3 so a one stop option which ill be getting when it comes out. hopefully it helps someone else as ive done a fair amount of research!https://www.cosatto.com/shop/car-seats/all-in-all-rotate/fika-forest


Looks good but how does this differ from the Cybex Sirona S in terms of rear facing durability? Still only til age 4, right? Same as Joie?
foodieclaire25/10/2019 11:44

Ah thanks for that. That's exactly when I'm waiting for! May I ask how …Ah thanks for that. That's exactly when I'm waiting for! May I ask how much you paid? We have one already in my OHs car. I want one for mine as they are so good!


£200, from baby planet
lastjunkie25/10/2019 11:50

£200, from baby planet


Nice. I'll keep an eye out. I currently have the cybex aton q in my car without isofix. Its served the purpose thus far, but now son is getting big and almost 10 months old he needs an upgrade and we've been very happy with Sirona S so I think why buy another type of chair when this one is so good.
We moved from a recaro to the cybex. It's been pretty good, and I would recommend
lastjunkie25/10/2019 12:03

We moved from a recaro to the cybex. It's been pretty good, and I would …We moved from a recaro to the cybex. It's been pretty good, and I would recommend


That’s what we did also, albeit a different model of Cybex. I can’t fault either brand.
foodieclaire25/10/2019 11:48

Looks good but how does this differ from the Cybex Sirona S in terms of …Looks good but how does this differ from the Cybex Sirona S in terms of rear facing durability? Still only til age 4, right? Same as Joie?


The one I linked to is a group 0 -3 meaning you can have it in rear-facing ISOFIX state until the child is 4 and then when they hit 4 you can spin it around to be forward facing (still with isofix) until they're 12 (realistically I wouldnt imagine it will last long past 8 or 9)

the reason it appeals to me is all the other rear facings ISOFIX mounts like the Joie spin only go to age 4 and then you have to buy another seat or the other ones which do all ages, to have rear facing you have to forego the ISOFIX mount and use the seatbelt for the first 4 years in rear-facing position meaning youre losing the ISOFIX for the time that arguably is the most important (0-4 years)


to my mind the one I have posted ticks all the boxes plus has a spinning function. its not been released yet so theres no reviews but its from a good company and I will take a punt for the £240 price (+5% TCB)
Edited by: "c58" 25th Oct 2019
c5825/10/2019 13:56

The one I linked to is a group 0 -3 meaning you can have it in rear-facing …The one I linked to is a group 0 -3 meaning you can have it in rear-facing ISOFIX state until the child is 4 and then when they hit 4 you can spin it around to be forward facing (still with isofix) until they're 12 (realistically I wouldnt imagine it will last long past 8 or 9)the reason it appeals to me is all the other rear facings ISOFIX mounts like the Joie spin only go to age 4 and then you have to buy another seat or the other ones which do all ages, to have rear facing you have to forego the ISOFIX mount and use the seatbelt for the first 4 years in rear-facing position meaning youre losing the ISOFIX for the time that arguably is the most important (0-4 years)to my mind the one I have posted ticks all the boxes plus has a spinning function. its not been released yet so theres no reviews but its from a good company and I will take a punt for the £240 price (+5% TCB)


Makes sense, I understand now!
Best car seat in the market
Lowest price ever, £128.50. Bargain really.
@Bazza78 Sorry mate, I have to say it ... The black one is now £123.29.
vbnmu03/11/2019 13:26

@Bazza78 Sorry mate, I have to say it ... The black one is now £123.29.


I paid £150 just over week ago for it thinking that was a good deal. That’s an amazing price now.
vbnmu24/10/2019 13:23

FYI, the Joie stages which can be used rear facing, is around £73 from …FYI, the Joie stages which can be used rear facing, is around £73 from Very using vouchers on new credit account. Not isofix though.


How did you manage to get it for 73 quid ?
cdm104/11/2019 17:16

How did you manage to get it for 73 quid ?


Was on offer for £100 + £3 delivery. There was a £30 voucher for new credit accounts, so applied for that but paid by credit card at checkout instead of using the credit.
Thanks
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