GEORGE UP - UP TO 20% OFF ON SELECTED CAR SEATS
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GEORGE UP - UP TO 20% OFF ON SELECTED CAR SEATS

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Found 16th Dec 2017
GEORGE UP - UP TO 20% OFF ON SELECTED CAR SEATS
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Shame everything is delivery by the 24th January 2018
My lil one is 6 months and my group 0 car seat seems lil snug on her.. Would I be best to get one of these all through ones and would they be as good and safe as a maxi cosi for example?
Who11111242 m ago

My lil one is 6 months and my group 0 car seat seems lil snug on her.. …My lil one is 6 months and my group 0 car seat seems lil snug on her.. Would I be best to get one of these all through ones and would they be as good and safe as a maxi cosi for example?


I'm not sure to be honest. You could contact the retailers...? Maybe checking online in forums will give you more information. Check the description of the item you are interested in and maybe contact George for more information. Thanks
Edited by: "Snowy2611" 16th Dec 2017
Who1111121 h, 1 m ago

My lil one is 6 months and my group 0 car seat seems lil snug on her.. …My lil one is 6 months and my group 0 car seat seems lil snug on her.. Would I be best to get one of these all through ones and would they be as good and safe as a maxi cosi for example?


Pretty sure I’m right in saying that littles need to remain rear facing until 15months with latest regs and recommended as long as possible. Provided your little isn’t too heavy or too tall for your group 0 seat then best to stay in this until they actually out grow it, snug isn’t necessarily bad!

There’s loads of info about extended rear facing if you search and obviously it’s a choice between ease of interacting with your child from the front, childs view out of the car and safety. (The majority of high speed accidents are frontal impacts and rear facing is much better in this instance as it reduces loading on baby’s neck.)
Who1111121 h, 4 m ago

My lil one is 6 months and my group 0 car seat seems lil snug on her.. …My lil one is 6 months and my group 0 car seat seems lil snug on her.. Would I be best to get one of these all through ones and would they be as good and safe as a maxi cosi for example?


You can drive yourself nuts searching for car seats, we used car seat safety centre in mk who were great. Have them all on display, test fit them in your car and can try little one in it too. Thoroughly recommend them (think there are a few centres around the country) you need to book an appointment btw.
Who11111218 h, 52 m ago

My lil one is 6 months and my group 0 car seat seems lil snug on her.. …My lil one is 6 months and my group 0 car seat seems lil snug on her.. Would I be best to get one of these all through ones and would they be as good and safe as a maxi cosi for example?


None of the seats available in Asda allow rear facing beyond 10kg, so they aren’t suitable for a 6 month old.
To get the most out of your current seat make sure you’ve removed all the extra padding that you can and when you put your daughter into the seat pull her bottom forward so her nappy is right up against the crotch strap.
When her head becomes level with the top of the seat, or she reaches 13kg/28lbs the seat is outgrown and you need to buy her a bigger rear facing seat. Forward facing before the age of 4 is the least safe option, I know it’s the ‘normal’ thing to do in the uk, but please do some research about extended rear facing for yourself before you buy a forward facing seat for your daughter. Do not rely on what you are told by the sales staff in high street shops - do your own research or go to a specialist retailer like the In Car Safety Centre mentioned by someone above.
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