Cybex Pallas M-Fix Highback Booster with Impact Shield in RED scanning at £90 instead of £260 - instore at mothercare
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Cybex Pallas M-Fix Highback Booster with Impact Shield in RED scanning at £90 instead of £260 - instore at mothercare

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LocalFound 8th Jan
The Cybex Pallas M- Fix car seat is suitable from approx 9 months and can continue being used right up until your child weighs 36kgs (approx.12 years old) offering comfortable protection that grows with your child.

was priced at £260
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Good find - thanks for sharing.

We've got friends expecting this year, this would be a cracking present - I'll check my local store tomorrow evening
Avoid this type of seat, doesn't protect the child if the car tips over or worse when it rolls as it has no belt etc to stop them from falling out!
Edited by: "Qbazdz" 8th Jan
I think anyone with common sense would only buy this for a child over 4.
I see so many parents buying £30 car seats thinking its a bargain. Your child's life is not worth being a cheapskate (except for the less fortunate). Impact shield should also have isofix only theres some terrible crash test videos of seatbelt ones looking like they snap the child in two.

I voted Hot!
shanecr2 h, 41 m ago

I think anyone with common sense would only buy this for a child over 4.


Don’t be ridiculous! I have one similar and it holds my 2yr olds body tightly in place. There is no way she could possibly fall out not a chance! She can get out of straps even with Houdini hooks on! This is so much safer! Read the safety testing Research before commenting such rubbish!
Qbazdz2 h, 52 m ago

Avoid this type of seat, doesn't protect the child if the car tips over or …Avoid this type of seat, doesn't protect the child if the car tips over or worse when it rolls as it has no belt etc to stop them from falling out!


shanecr wrote:
I think anyone with common sense would only buy this for a child over 4.

Don’t be ridiculous! I have one similar and it holds my 2yr olds body tightly in place. There is no way she could possibly fall out not a chance! She can get out of straps even with Houdini hooks on! This is so much safer! Read the safety testing Research before commenting such rubbish!

Maybe verify what good advice you get before neglecting it. Not my children will sit in such a seat.


Also
Study for UN ECE

Btw. This seat is a new, modified version of old pallas which failed in those tests but I dont know of any tests of new type so there may be some improvement.
Edited by: "Qbazdz" 9th Jan
These seats should be banned by the EU. Shocking.
Edited by: "rjace" 9th Jan
reduced to 65 in store (new & boxed) when i was there today, only the gold orange colour, useful for anyone who wants to use it as 2/3 group. our son fits in 2/3 due to heigh and weight but he just takes off the belt so we have to stick to a 1/2/3 with harness until he stops....also had britax evolva 123 for £36 (display only)
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