Disney cars car seat groups 1/2/3 - £35 @ Mothercare
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Disney cars car seat groups 1/2/3 - £35 @ Mothercare

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Found 8th Mar
Suitable from 9 months to approx 11 years old.

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nitro2283 h, 53 m ago

It would be fine for older children but if it’s only for older children t …It would be fine for older children but if it’s only for older children there are plenty of high back boosters that will be better than this.Up to six years old all children should be rear facing



With their chin resting on the knees?.
nitro2283 h, 56 m ago

Up to six years old all children should be rear facing



C’mon now,be serious...
Please don’t buy this if you like your children. Look for a proper rear facing seat that has passed the Swedish plus crash tests.
It might not be as fun as this but safety should come first
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Please don’t buy this if you like your children. Look for a proper rear facing seat that has passed the Swedish plus crash tests.
It might not be as fun as this but safety should come first
nitro22859 m ago

Please don’t buy this if you like your children. Look for a proper rear f …Please don’t buy this if you like your children. Look for a proper rear facing seat that has passed the Swedish plus crash tests.It might not be as fun as this but safety should come first


Yes i agree, up to a certain age...this would be fine for older kids.
There must be better deals out there for car seats
Mary_Mary36 m ago

Yes i agree, up to a certain age...this would be fine for older kids.


It would be fine for older children but if it’s only for older children there are plenty of high back boosters that will be better than this.
Up to six years old all children should be rear facing
nitro22848 m ago

It would be fine for older children but if it’s only for older children t …It would be fine for older children but if it’s only for older children there are plenty of high back boosters that will be better than this.Up to six years old all children should be rear facing


Everyone works to different budgets and its passed testing otherwise it wouldn't be sold. It actually has good reviews too. Anyway a subjective issue so lets leave it as that as I'm sure everyone has an opinion on what is right for their kids and at the end of the day, i saw a deal and thought i'd share as someone may be interested.
nitro2283 h, 53 m ago

It would be fine for older children but if it’s only for older children t …It would be fine for older children but if it’s only for older children there are plenty of high back boosters that will be better than this.Up to six years old all children should be rear facing



With their chin resting on the knees?.
nitro2283 h, 56 m ago

Up to six years old all children should be rear facing



C’mon now,be serious...
sb17057 m ago

With their chin resting on the knees?.


My daughter will be 6 at the beginning of next month. She’s very safe and very comfortable in her rear facing seat, her knees are nowhere near her chin. She’s not in an infant carrier baby seat, the rear facing seats for older children are the same size as forward facing ones, and you install them with a gap between the vehicle seat and the front edge of the child seat so the child has plenty of space for their legs. These seats have a 25kg weight limit on them, which is the weight of an average 6 year old.
Turnip1 h, 3 m ago

C’mon now,be serious...


We are. It’s completely normal in Sweden (and has been since the late 1960’s) for children to travel rear facing until they are 6 or thereabouts. And you know what, they have zero road deaths in children under 6, or virtually zero. The only recorded cases of young children dying in road traffic collisions over there are from situations where the direction of travel would have made no difference (like the car being crushed by a lorry from above, or the occupants drowning because the car was submerged in water). In every other situation their rear facing seats have saved countless children from death and serious injury.
If you were to look on the Swedish versions of the Britax or Maxi Cosi websites you wouldn’t find a single forward facing seat on there apart from high backed boosters for older children. All the seats with 5-point harnesses in are rear facing ones. Sweden isn’t some weird parallel universe, their cars and children aren’t any different from ours. The only thing that makes a difference to the road safety stats is their use of extended rear facing seats.

rearfacingtoddlers.com has a section on why rear facing is safer and a FAQ section.
Not driving at all is safer..
kingco8 h, 14 m ago

Not driving at all is safer..


I said this to my dad a long time ago and he said "well you could still get hit by a car even if you was walking" he is quite right really. People lose control at the wheel or what about the wheel that flew off a car and hit the girl on the pavement ( this happened recently).

I dont think anything is safe =(
Edited by: "notforyoureyes" 9th Mar
Mary_Mary12 h, 48 m ago

Everyone works to different budgets and its passed testing otherwise it …Everyone works to different budgets and its passed testing otherwise it wouldn't be sold. It actually has good reviews too. Anyway a subjective issue so lets leave it as that as I'm sure everyone has an opinion on what is right for their kids and at the end of the day, i saw a deal and thought i'd share as someone may be interested.


I agree with you and at the end of the day, we live in the UK not Sweden!! The Swiss have a different culture to us entirely. My son would love this seat so hot deal =)
andreah9038 h, 40 m ago

We are. It’s completely normal in Sweden (and has been since the late 1 …We are. It’s completely normal in Sweden (and has been since the late 1960’s) for children to travel rear facing until they are 6 or thereabouts. And you know what, they have zero road deaths in children under 6, or virtually zero. The only recorded cases of young children dying in road traffic collisions over there are from situations where the direction of travel would have made no difference (like the car being crushed by a lorry from above, or the occupants drowning because the car was submerged in water). In every other situation their rear facing seats have saved countless children from death and serious injury. If you were to look on the Swedish versions of the Britax or Maxi Cosi websites you wouldn’t find a single forward facing seat on there apart from high backed boosters for older children. All the seats with 5-point harnesses in are rear facing ones. Sweden isn’t some weird parallel universe, their cars and children aren’t any different from ours. The only thing that makes a difference to the road safety stats is their use of extended rear facing seats. www.rearfacingtoddlers.com has a section on why rear facing is safer and a FAQ section.


You make a good argument and have an excellent opinion but lucky enough we live in the UK. So the swiss way doesnt matter to us at all, they are completely different to us!
It passes the minimum safety tests which means it gives adequate protection in a 30mph forward collision and 20mph rear collision. It's not required to meet any side impact collision standards. For city driving it probably is safe if you mainly do motorway driving a seat that we'll exceeds the minimum safety standards would be much more appropriate if money will stretch for one.
It is a rebranded nania Imax, crash tests above minimum safety requirements shows head rest detaching from the seat
m.youtube.com/wat…5aw
Edited by: "jdRiggs" 9th Mar
Mary_Mary13 h, 17 m ago

Everyone works to different budgets and its passed testing otherwise it …Everyone works to different budgets and its passed testing otherwise it wouldn't be sold. It actually has good reviews too. Anyway a subjective issue so lets leave it as that as I'm sure everyone has an opinion on what is right for their kids and at the end of the day, i saw a deal and thought i'd share as someone may be interested.



Some manufacturers test more than others. The minimum a seat must be tested to is only 30mph front collision and 18mph rear collision... just because it’s allowed to be sold does not make it as safe as other seats that may be available and tested at much higher speeds.

My son is almost 3 and still happily rear facing... and will be until he outgrows his 25kg harnessed seat. Keeping him rear facing instantly makes him 5 times safer than the best forward facing seat in the same conditions... internal decapitation isn’t on my list of aspirations for him.
notforyoureyes2 h, 3 m ago

You make a good argument and have an excellent opinion but lucky enough we …You make a good argument and have an excellent opinion but lucky enough we live in the UK. So the swiss way doesnt matter to us at all, they are completely different to us!



The Swiss are different, and make particularly good chocolate. The Swedish however are also different but have a much greater safety culture. For many years Swedish cars (Saab and Volvo) have led the way with safety innovation. Rear facing is far safer so it’s not something you should compromise on in my opinion. Many people spend hundreds of pounds on a mobile phone but claim they can’t afford a rear facing child seat which is not really getting your priorities right. A child seat is essentially a machine for saving your child’s life. Hopefully it will never be tested but should you be unlucky/careless enough to be involved in a collision that left a child dead or paralysed would you still be happy that you saved a few quid on your car seat?
nitro2281 h, 52 m ago

The Swiss are different, and make particularly good chocolate. The Swedish …The Swiss are different, and make particularly good chocolate. The Swedish however are also different but have a much greater safety culture. For many years Swedish cars (Saab and Volvo) have led the way with safety innovation. Rear facing is far safer so it’s not something you should compromise on in my opinion. Many people spend hundreds of pounds on a mobile phone but claim they can’t afford a rear facing child seat which is not really getting your priorities right. A child seat is essentially a machine for saving your child’s life. Hopefully it will never be tested but should you be unlucky/careless enough to be involved in a collision that left a child dead or paralysed would you still be happy that you saved a few quid on your car seat?

No need to be personal ey? I am british not swiss. So dont need to put my child rear facing, so you argument is not valid. Think what you like. I have a phone I paid £30 for new and costs me £5 a month to run. My son has a child seat from smyths and my other son has one I brought off my friend for £10 ( she hasnt been in any accidents) shouldnt really have to explain myself really. Im happy with our british law =)
Edited by: "notforyoureyes" 9th Mar
Like i said, everyone has an opinion and its down to personal choice - no one should be made to feel like they have to justify their decisions or purchases. This is a deals forum, and my post is a good deal for those in the market for this particular car seat! So lets be civil people
notforyoureyes5 h, 1 m ago

You make a good argument and have an excellent opinion but lucky enough we …You make a good argument and have an excellent opinion but lucky enough we live in the UK. So the swiss way doesnt matter to us at all, they are completely different to us!


The SWEDISH are no different to us at all. A car is a car, they all crash the same, and a child is a child no matter where you live. Children here in the uk need their head and neck protecting in a crash just the same as any other child does.
notforyoureyes5 h, 45 m ago

I said this to my dad a long time ago and he said "well you could still …I said this to my dad a long time ago and he said "well you could still get hit by a car even if you was walking" he is quite right really. People lose control at the wheel or what about the wheel that flew off a car and hit the girl on the pavement ( this happened recently). I dont think anything is safe =(


I think we should all just wrap up in bubble wrap and lock ourselves away in a padded room.
Would probably starve or suffocate though...
In summary I don't think there is anything wrong with this seat
Using a rear facing car seat for your child isn’t going to over-protective extremes. A young child is so vulnerable when they are in the car, so as a parent why wouldn’t you chose the safest option?

It doesn’t have to be a horror motorway smash for your child to receive life-changing or serious injury to their head or neck. Google ‘Joel’s Journey’ and have a read of that story.
notforyoureyes7 h, 28 m ago

No need to be personal ey? I am british not swiss. So dont need to put my …No need to be personal ey? I am british not swiss. So dont need to put my child rear facing, so you argument is not valid. Think what you like. I have a phone I paid £30 for new and costs me £5 a month to run. My son has a child seat from smyths and my other son has one I brought off my friend for £10 ( she hasnt been in any accidents) shouldnt really have to explain myself really. Im happy with our british law =)



I’m not getting personal and regardless of your nationality my argument is valid.
British children are just as vulnerable as Swedish ones, in fact probably more so as most Swedish people have Swedish cars which are generally safer.
Of course no one can make you protect your children but most people don’t need a law to be put in place before they do so.
If you’re happy to put your child at increased risk of death or paralysis every time they go in the car that’s your prerogative. For most parents however the safety of their children in paramount but each to their own.
nitro22849 m ago

I’m not getting personal and regardless of your nationality my argument is …I’m not getting personal and regardless of your nationality my argument is valid.British children are just as vulnerable as Swedish ones, in fact probably more so as most Swedish people have Swedish cars which are generally safer.Of course no one can make you protect your children but most people don’t need a law to be put in place before they do so.If you’re happy to put your child at increased risk of death or paralysis every time they go in the car that’s your prerogative. For most parents however the safety of their children in paramount but each to their own.


Stop being so awful and nasty. My children are protected by the car seats they have. Get over yourself and stop telling me my children will die you nasty peice of work.
Edited by: "notforyoureyes" 9th Mar
nitro22851 m ago

I’m not getting personal and regardless of your nationality my argument is …I’m not getting personal and regardless of your nationality my argument is valid.British children are just as vulnerable as Swedish ones, in fact probably more so as most Swedish people have Swedish cars which are generally safer.Of course no one can make you protect your children but most people don’t need a law to be put in place before they do so.If you’re happy to put your child at increased risk of death or paralysis every time they go in the car that’s your prerogative. For most parents however the safety of their children in paramount but each to their own.


My children as any others would say are my life so stop being so rude to me!!!! I will report you to the police for harrassment you carry on.
notforyoureyes9th Mar

Stop being so awful and nasty. My children are protected by the car seats …Stop being so awful and nasty. My children are protected by the car seats they have. Get over yourself and stop telling me my children will die you nasty peice of work.



Your children are protected by the seats they have but only to a point. I was just pointing out that should they be unfortunate enough to be involved in a crash above about 20mph they are at much higher risk of serious injury than if they were in a rear facing seat.
It’s nothing personal against you, it’s a fact that front facing seats are not as safe as rear facing. The statistics speak for themselves. Internal decapitation, paralysis and death are all more likely in a front facing seat.
Car journeys are by far the most dangerous thing in a child’s life so it seems strange to me that anyone wouldn’t do all they can to reduce the risk and increase safety.
Obviously many people choose to buy front facing seats. They are either driven by cost or ignorance. For those who genuinely can’t afford to buy a rear facing seat then fair enough but if you can afford to run a car it’s a small investment given that most rear facing seats will last 4 years or more.
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