Cybex Juno Fix Group 1 Impact Bar Car Seat from Bambino Direct for £121.97 del only black/Grey (Rocky Mountain)
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Cybex Juno Fix Group 1 Impact Bar Car Seat from Bambino Direct for £121.97 del only black/Grey (Rocky Mountain)

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Found 4th Dec 2013
This is a Which best buy and normally costs £185.00 (the normal RRP) Amazon have one for £164.85 but I haven't seen one as cheap as this. Only is Rocky Mountain (black/grey) other colours range upwards in price, I have one already buying for 2nd car and have found it great.

Heres the spec details

The Juno seat features a newly developed adjustable safety cushion. Similar to an inflated airbag, the forces of an impact are absorbed over a large area, offering greater safety compared to conventional 5-point harness systems. The forces of a collision are distributed over the safety cushion and are reduced by its impact absorbing materials. This system resembles a blown up airbag and helps to reduce the forces significantly in case of an accident. The belt does not injure the child while at the same time the sensitive neck and shoulder area is protected.
Need to know:
The international team of CYBEX experts have been researching solutions on how to achieve greater safety for forward facing Group I children. The result is Juno-fix, test winner in Group I at German independent testing institute Stiftung Warentest (06/2012) with a mark of VERY GOOD in the safety category
The safety features also include an optimized Linear Side-impact Protection (L.S.P. System Plus) - the forces of a side impact collision are systematically sorbed and the ISOFIX Connect system offers enhanced safety and greater stability
A headrest that can be perfectly adjusted to the child’s height offering superior comfort and safety. The air circulation system guarantees a comfortable journey for the child
Adjustable safety cushion (patent pending) – comfortable protection without restriction as well as maximum safety when compared to conventional five-point harness systems
Optimized Linear Side-impact Protection (L.S.P. System plus) protects the sensitive neck and shoulder area
ISOFIX Connect for additional safety and stability
Air circulation system
Reclining position
8-position height adjustable headrest
Very lightweight for easy changing from one vehicle to another
Reclining backrest for a perfect adjustment to the vehicle seat
Breathable fabric covers machine washable at 30°
Age: Suitable from 9 months to 4 years
Car seat supported weight: 9kg to 18kg
Size: H61-66 x W55 x D40 cm
Weight: 6.7kg
Installation: ISOFIX
Seating Position: Forward facing
Travel System: n/a
What's included: 1 x Cybex Juno-Fix car seat
Colour: Rocky Mountain

26 Comments

I nearly bought a car seat for my daughter with one of these pads instead of a 5 point harness and then i watched this video

http://youtu.be/l6yFfwVXy4Y

These seats aren't tested in a car roll
Also think about rear facing.. please do your research

just watched the YouTube clip above. I feel sick. cold from me I'm afraid.

how have they passed safety?....!!!!

Original Poster

I did do my research and I won't rise to post videos opposing the 5 point harness (they are some!), there are lots of factors you have to consider when buy a car seat, this was the safest option for me. I am also sick of people that try to make people feel guilty for making an educated choice for themselves. The biggest risk in an accident for a child is being in an incorrectly fitted seat which many aren't correctly fitted
Edited by: "neanie" 4th Dec 2013

Not keen on these types of seat myself but it gets good reviews. Is the video of this actual seat?

Personally our kids rearface and will do til around age 4.

I am not commenting on the seat, but instead the company BambinoDirect. I have had a friend let down by them and heard some awful things on Mum&Baby forums. Just a look at their facebook page says it all.

Ive done loads of research into these and they are by far the most safe car seat on the market, so the rear facing car seat performs better in a crash least likley to happen, I wanted a car seat theat protects my child in 99% of RTA's and thats approved by WHICH?

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another extended rear facer here I'm afraid... but a few of my friends have this style seat and i believe they are safer in the more common, non-rolling, car crashes due to the reduced forces placed on the neck at impact compared to harnessed ff seats, meaning the child is much less likely to suffer a broken neck (always a bonus!).
no seats are tested in a rolling car crash in order to meet ECE R44/04 regulations. they merely have to pass a 30mph frontal impact and an 18mph rear impact - side impact is not even tested!!.
if you're truly worried about your child's safety look for seats that have passed the much more rigorous Swedish Plus test.

The seat in the video is a kiddy brand seat that uses a similar pad... im not trying to make anyone feel bad, just pointing out i had a car seat similar to this one on order because i thought it was one of the safest and then i saw the video that britax posted..

I then looked into rear facing car seats

glasgowgirl

Not keen on these types of seat myself but it gets good reviews. Is the … Not keen on these types of seat myself but it gets good reviews. Is the video of this actual seat?Personally our kids rearface and will do til around age 4.



I used a rear facing seat until my son was 18 months, that is long enough. Driving is a time to teach your children things about the outside world, you can't do that when they're facing the other way.

which are a load of rubbish also

I bet you have been rear faced in a few cars....

Gball

I used a rear facing seat until my son was 18 months, that is long … I used a rear facing seat until my son was 18 months, that is long enough. Driving is a time to teach your children things about the outside world, you can't do that when they're facing the other way.



what an absolute numpty lol

nseaman if you havent got anything constructive or positive to say then **** off! im supprised your allowed near kids!

ppp81

nseaman if you havent got anything constructive or positive to say then … nseaman if you havent got anything constructive or positive to say then **** off! im supprised your allowed near kids!



so the video wasnt constructive or helpful?

Gball that is a strange comment, when rear facing they can see plenty through the side and rear windows.

I have no concerns about my choice to rear face, I did my research the same as everyone else does when buying a car seat and I'm happy with it.

glasgowgirl

Gball that is a strange comment, when rear facing they can see plenty … Gball that is a strange comment, when rear facing they can see plenty through the side and rear windows. I have no concerns about my choice to rear face, I did my research the same as everyone else does when buying a car seat and I'm happy with it.



totally agree

glasgowgirl

Gball that is a strange comment, when rear facing they can see plenty … Gball that is a strange comment, when rear facing they can see plenty through the side and rear windows. I have no concerns about my choice to rear face, I did my research the same as everyone else does when buying a car seat and I'm happy with it.


i second that. my daughter also looks out of the front windscreen using the mirror attached to the headrest (although i thought i put it there to keep an eye on her!!)

Anyways, I voted this deal hot as it gets good reviews and is viewed as a safer option than a traditional forward facing seat.

nseaman

so the video wasnt constructive or helpful?



NOPE!

ppp81

NOPE!



lol

Great seat. We have a different model to this one. It will get a lot of stick from the scaremongers but heat from me

just to be clear... this would not be my choice of seat for my child but I gave it HEAT as it's a good deal (which is what i thought this site was about!!)

In what is an absolute minefield of information on carseats, this subject drives me insane everyone knows best but the reality is nobody knows best! an erf carseat would be good if you live in Sweden as statistics show you are more likely to have a frontal impact due to more animals in the road, in this country your just as likely to be hit from behind or the side thus making a erf carseat not such a good idea as if you was hit from the side the other car plows straight into the weakest part of your car thus plowing right into your rf childs head :-/ (doesn't seem such a good idea anymore huh) the fact of the matter is that we cant plan an accident we can only prepare for it! by getting the best fitting appropriate for age weight hight that we can and by being the best driver that we can! This site is about deals not an advise center! for this DEAL I rate hot. Good job I cant rate individual posts for their advice coz it would be a lil chilly!

With my driving the seat needs to backward facing

http://www.bambinodirect.co.uk/Cybex_Juno_Fix_Group_1_Car_Seat__Classic_Black_513119016/version.asp#maindesc

still available but black
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