Cybex Juno Fix Car Seat - Pure Black ISOFIX 9 months to 4 years - £75 @ Mothercare
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Cybex Juno Fix Car Seat - Pure Black ISOFIX 9 months to 4 years - £75 @ Mothercare

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Found 29th Dec 2017
£137.39 from Amazon and £1149 from Argos.
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£1149 from Argos? Jesus, what crooks.
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Just to note as this has an impact shield you should be strapping the seat with the impact shield in place in when it isn't in use, same as a high back booster for older children so it won't be thrown about in an impact. Offsets the benefit of isofix a bit, other then it won't slide over the buckle when putting the child in and out. That the seat belt routing is done correctly is as important on this seat as a non isofix seat, but it is fast to do.
It's quite a low seat so if you have a nosy parker of a toddler or high side windows the reduced view might wear their patience faster than some other seats.
£1149 from Argos? Jesus, what crooks.
Anyone have this car seat and can provide feedback?
The cybex pallas m-fix is listed here too on offer in mothercare for £140 and can be used from around 1 to approx age 12 instead of 4. It costs more but lasts longer. Not sure how that balances out value wise.
sinxa3 h, 53 m ago

£1149 from Argos? Jesus, what crooks.


Can't be right?
Bal_Dhamrait3 h, 25 m ago

Anyone have this car seat and can provide feedback?


I have two...my kids prefer the bit in front to having the straps over both shoulders. Also gives them somewhere to rest book / toy / snack / whatever. Important as others have said to ensure seatbelt routing is correct, but easy to do. Would recommend.
The wife has spoken, apparently legislation is changing in 2018 in relation to the direction a child faces which would essentially void this item unsafe? Apparently a child should be rear facing until they are at least 2? Maybe why it’s so cheap?
Edited by: "sinxa" 29th Dec 2017
jdRiggs5 h, 11 m ago

The cybex pallas m-fix is listed here too on offer in mothercare for £140 …The cybex pallas m-fix is listed here too on offer in mothercare for £140 and can be used from around 1 to approx age 12 instead of 4. It costs more but lasts longer. Not sure how that balances out value wise.


Do you have a link for that one, please?
sinxa2 h, 12 m ago

The wife has spoken, apparently legislation is changing in 2018 in …The wife has spoken, apparently legislation is changing in 2018 in relation to the direction a child faces which would essentially void this item unsafe? Apparently a child should be rear facing until they are at least 2? Maybe why it’s so cheap?


I’ve checked up on this. The two laws will run in parallel for a period of time. It is fair to say that rear facing seats have been proven to be safer as most accidents are front impact.

This seat is based on the current EU rules - not the new I-fix standards coming in (note: I-fix seats are still incredibly expensive in comparison and there is a limited market currently). I understand both standards / regulations will run in parallel for a period of time but I’ve seen nothing that states one will be retired next year. I own this seat so would be interested if you know something I don’t. :-).
jdRiggs9 h, 0 m ago

The cybex pallas m-fix is listed here too on offer in mothercare for £140 …The cybex pallas m-fix is listed here too on offer in mothercare for £140 and can be used from around 1 to approx age 12 instead of 4. It costs more but lasts longer. Not sure how that balances out value wise.



Can you stick a link up to this, please? I can only see it for £190. Cheers.
kekomemo19 h, 43 m ago

Do you have a link for that one, please?

​I am using the app. It should come up if you look for kids deals and order by new.
Rofflecopter29th Dec 2017

Can you stick a link up to this, please? I can only see it for £190. …Can you stick a link up to this, please? I can only see it for £190. Cheers.



Appears to be OOS

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We have the Cybex Sirona, as do several of our family members and friends. It is the gold standard of rear facing car seats, I think a tank could hit us and the baby would be safer than us!

Highly recommend Cybex products, ignore the silly name.
Edited by: "lf1983lf" 6th Jan
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We had one for our son and they are a handy little car seat... was easy to strap seatbelt around and he use to rest his hands on secure front bit... I WILL BE BUYING THIS for my daughter great find HEAT
Ordered... Thanks.
What group is this car seat? Does code "KABF" work for anyone?
Georgeharris198225 m ago

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Where is this one from please and what is it called?
I got one the other day, only problem is delivery by yodel! Second day sat at home waiting for it to arrive!!
carlblakemore1 h, 49 m ago

I got one the other day, only problem is delivery by yodel! Second day sat …I got one the other day, only problem is delivery by yodel! Second day sat at home waiting for it to arrive!!



Bad choice of courier by Mothercare You’re supposed to replace car seats after impact and Yodel are sure to fling it over your fence rather then wasting time knocking on ur door
We have had a similar seat, the m&p cybex pallas (only recently changed as I change mine every 3 years regardless) and it's served us well. The feont impact shield only goes up to about 17kg though. Great for a child who always falls asleep in the car, my son always fell asleep on crossed arms on the impact shield. Amazing price too as I'm sure I paid over £150 for ours. Great side impact protection too. The polystyrene underneath you need to watch (as with any seat that has it) as it's brittle and can snap if you remove the cover for washing. Have just changed all 3 of ours to kinderkraft expander seats, as our children are a little older now and only need a hbb, for £55 each and with isofix I'm really pleased with the newer ones.
As long as you DO NOT care about your child survival in the accident , go for it!
lf1983lf6 h, 1 m ago

We have the Cybex Sirona, as do several of our family members and friends. …We have the Cybex Sirona, as do several of our family members and friends. It is the gold standard of rear facing car seats, I think a tank could hit us and the baby would be safer than us! Highly recommend Cybex products, ignore the silly name.


Yeah, your child being put in it without harness ( just totaly unsafe shield ) would be smashed in one second after collision, not with the tank but with Fiat 500. Get some real info from crash tests.
Piece of ***
Item out of stoc
Edited by: "filipr" 6th Jan
yummymummy26912 h, 20 m ago

Yeah, your child being put in it without harness ( just totaly unsafe …Yeah, your child being put in it without harness ( just totaly unsafe shield ) would be smashed in one second after collision, not with the tank but with Fiat 500. Get some real info from crash tests.


I'm not sure what you mean by "without harness", but the Sirona does very well in crash tests. blog.cybex-online.com/blo…st/


If you mean without using the straps, why the hell would you do that?

Anyway, no need for the saltiness, we obviously all want the best for our kids.
OOS.
lf1983lf2 h, 59 m ago

I'm not sure what you mean by "without harness", but the Sirona does very …I'm not sure what you mean by "without harness", but the Sirona does very well in crash tests. http://blog.cybex-online.com/blog/topnews/cybex-sirona-m-i-size-overall-winner-in-swedish-safety-test/If you mean without using the straps, why the hell would you do that?Anyway, no need for the saltiness, we obviously all want the best for our kids.


What I mean is that it doesnt have internal 5point harness but the shield/ cushion. Its only forward facing which for a 9month old baby is like a "death sentence" in the accident. No harness means your child in the accident will have a huge chance of either falling out of the seat or have the internal organs smashed. I know the shield-type car seats like this very well and I know for sure there are absolutely NOT safe. Do your research before buying. Its not about saltiness, its about real info because in the end we all want our child to survive the accident right?
yummymummy26915 m ago

What I mean is that it doesnt have internal 5point harness but the shield/ …What I mean is that it doesnt have internal 5point harness but the shield/ cushion. Its only forward facing which for a 9month old baby is like a "death sentence" in the accident. No harness means your child in the accident will have a huge chance of either falling out of the seat or have the internal organs smashed. I know the shield-type car seats like this very well and I know for sure there are absolutely NOT safe. Do your research before buying. Its not about saltiness, its about real info because in the end we all want our child to survive the accident right?


It's absolutely saltiness, because if you read my post, I clearly recommend the Cybex Sirona, which has a 5 point harness and I specifically mention that it's *rear facing*. I then go on to recommend the quality of the brand as a conversational point.

I don't need you trying to lecture me on the value of a rear facing car seat when I've already said that I have one

The Sirona is £250, a lot of people won't have that for a car seat. To say this seat is a "death sentence" is unhelpful hyperbole, even though a rear facing seat is obviously preferable.
sinxa29th Dec 2017

The wife has spoken, apparently legislation is changing in 2018 in …The wife has spoken, apparently legislation is changing in 2018 in relation to the direction a child faces which would essentially void this item unsafe? Apparently a child should be rear facing until they are at least 2? Maybe why it’s so cheap?


If you purchase before the law comes in then it’s not a problem
Interesting about it being safer. I have just bought a Recaro for my son, who is 11 months, 12 in a couple of weeks. My Daughter who is just 2 has a Recaro (same one I have bought my son. I always thought that rear facing ones could be safer, for the obvious reasons but the majority are front facing, for when they are older. Makes me want to get this model now really, I guess both are very good which is great, plus this one is a smaller form factor when going on holiday.
sinxa29th Dec 2017

The wife has spoken, apparently legislation is changing in 2018 in …The wife has spoken, apparently legislation is changing in 2018 in relation to the direction a child faces which would essentially void this item unsafe? Apparently a child should be rear facing until they are at least 2? Maybe why it’s so cheap?


matthewnunn198615 h, 27 m ago

If you purchase before the law comes in then it’s not a problem


Urm I just bought a britax group 123 front facing seat is that just 2x as bad?
iz1234567897 h, 38 m ago

Urm I just bought a britax group 123 front facing seat is that just 2x as …Urm I just bought a britax group 123 front facing seat is that just 2x as bad?


I don’t think you will have a problem as you’ve purchased the item before that time. They can’t just stay something is now unsafe and expect everyone to spend hundreds of pounds for new seats. It’s been safe for years and all they want you to follow is EU legislation
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