Disney Frozen Beline SP Highback Booster Car Seat £34.99 Mothercare free C+C
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Disney Frozen Beline SP Highback Booster Car Seat £34.99 Mothercare free C+C

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Found 10th Jul 2017
Was just about to order from Very for £69.99 then found Mothercare have a sale on up to 50% off
£3.95 delivery or free C+C
Also have Disney Cars seat still in stock.

The sale is on across the whole website
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Very poor quality chairs I bought one and had to return
I would not put my son in such poor quality chair
AVOID AVOID AVOID
mahmouddiaa21 m ago

Very poor quality chairs I bought one and had to returnI would not put my …Very poor quality chairs I bought one and had to returnI would not put my son in such poor quality chairAVOID AVOID AVOID

Are they really that bad?
It's for my 4 year old in grandparents car so won't be used often, but may have to look into the reviews now you've said that, thanks for letting me know
I think its £29.99 in smyths and they have a code till tomorrow for £5 off TOY5 and free delivery over £20 if that helps
This one keeps coming up, nania / beline didn't do well in the crash tests from what I recall.
This one keeps coming up, nania / beline didn't do well in the crash tests from what I recall.
If you google crash tests the video has the headrest come off in a crash over 30km/hr.
It doesn't recline for a younger kid it could be an issue too.
k3rrii3x03 h, 24 m ago

Are they really that bad? It's for my 4 year old in grandparents car so …Are they really that bad? It's for my 4 year old in grandparents car so won't be used often, but may have to look into the reviews now you've said that, thanks for letting me know

​Yes they are that bad. Worth bearing in mind too that the law is changing because backless boosters are not as safe to ensure kids stay in high back boosters as long as possible. Frozen is a phase she will grow out of long before she is old enough to go without a booster.
Joie ones are often on offer and do well in crash safety tests. Maxi cosi / cybex / Britax do too but are usually more expensive
k3rrii3x04 h, 17 m ago

Are they really that bad? It's for my 4 year old in grandparents car so …Are they really that bad? It's for my 4 year old in grandparents car so won't be used often, but may have to look into the reviews now you've said that, thanks for letting me know

Both build quality and crash test test results are among the worst I have ever seen. Bought the Disney cars one for my boy but returned in 2 days as it was clear not up to bar with even the cheapest Graco seats
These were the seats used in the Watchdog tests last year (not with Disney covers, but the same seat just with various different brandings) - they are hard to install correctly (often there is no instruction manual) and have only passed the basic R44/04 testing.
The other thing that bothers me is that they are made of quite light flimsy plastic and the harness straps aren't on a continuous loop like a branded seat (such as Britax or Joie) harness is. The only thing stopping the harness pulling through the slot to become free at the front of the seat is a small piece of metal. Lots of people don't realise that the harness on these types of seats must be removed once the child reaches 18kgs, and there is a danger that if a heavier child were still using the harness it would just rip away from the seat shell in a collision.
I would look for the Joie Elevate as an alternative to this seat, it doesn't matter how infrequently your child is in this seat in a car - each time you start the engine there is a chance that you could be involved in a collision at the end of your road. You can't predict when an accident will occur.
k3rrii3x0

Are they really that bad? It's for my 4 year old in grandparents car so … Are they really that bad? It's for my 4 year old in grandparents car so won't be used often, but may have to look into the reviews now you've said that, thanks for letting me know



If it's for a 4 year old the chances are they will be at, or very close to, the 18kgs weighted limit for the harness. There is no point buying a seat like this only to have to remove the harness. You would be much better off buying a decent high backed booster such as the Britax Adventure for a few pounds more kiddicare.com/p/B…htm
Thanks for all the replies, it hasn't been despatched yet so I'm going to try and cancel the order and look for a different one, much appreciated 😊
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