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miah201811 m ago

Voted cold as its seems store specific


I wasn't planning on checking all stores before posting but I fancy a drive and can take the baby now with my new car seat
I think we all know about the rear facing for as long as possible and that’s wonderful for you if you have tiny small kids that don’t scream and scream though all car journeys....

For the rest of us with tall screamy kids it’s a little different!

I’d love my 3 year old to still be a rear facing but we are all different and having people constantly preach about the well known info about rear facing or every single car seat post is a little dull.
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Voted cold as its seems store specific
miah201811 m ago

Voted cold as its seems store specific


I wasn't planning on checking all stores before posting but I fancy a drive and can take the baby now with my new car seat
Sure it’s a decent price for a booster seat but it’s proven much safer to keep young babies and toddlers rear facing so wouldn’t personally use it with the harness function
glasgowgirl06/02/2019 00:16

Sure it’s a decent price for a booster seat but it’s proven much safer to k …Sure it’s a decent price for a booster seat but it’s proven much safer to keep young babies and toddlers rear facing so wouldn’t personally use it with the harness function


You seem to copy the same message in every related thread.

Question for you, how old are your kids? I'm guessing under 3/4.
The_Hoff21 m ago

You seem to copy the same message in every related thread.Question for …You seem to copy the same message in every related thread.Question for you, how old are your kids? I'm guessing under 3/4.


Related to forward facing car seats advertised for babies? Yes, I will have said similar in that case. Im happy if it helps inform choices
I think we all know about the rear facing for as long as possible and that’s wonderful for you if you have tiny small kids that don’t scream and scream though all car journeys....

For the rest of us with tall screamy kids it’s a little different!

I’d love my 3 year old to still be a rear facing but we are all different and having people constantly preach about the well known info about rear facing or every single car seat post is a little dull.
Can any kind folks let me know if this has been spoted in other stores down south
I personally never preach so I don’t understand why people seem to take offense
sequinsgirl06/02/2019 08:23

I think we all know about the rear facing for as long as possible and …I think we all know about the rear facing for as long as possible and that’s wonderful for you if you have tiny small kids that don’t scream and scream though all car journeys....For the rest of us with tall screamy kids it’s a little different!I’d love my 3 year old to still be a rear facing but we are all different and having people constantly preach about the well known info about rear facing or every single car seat post is a little dull.


Thing is people DON’T know, so like glasgowgirl says it’s worth repeating the rear facing message over and over!

Kids don’t scream because they are in a rear facing seat. All babies have to be rear facing, they don’t know that there is any different way to travel so they can’t suddenly develop a preference for forward facing once they are 9 months old. Babies go through a developmental phase at about that age, they may become upset in an infant carrier because by that age they are awake in the car for longer periods but can’t see much and can’t understand why they can hear your voice but not see you. A bigger, more upright rear facing seat and a mirror placed on the back seat headrest will sort that, or put them rear facing in the front (if you can turn the airbag off). Rear facing in the front is not dangerous, it’s just as safe as rear facing in the back of the car.

You may be of the opinion that direction of travel does make a difference, and that it’s personal choice - yes it is personal choice but I don’t believe any parent who knows the actual scientific facts about how much more protection a rear facing seat gives would choose to put their baby or toddler in a forward facing seat.

And as for long legs, it’s never an issue. Children are very happy to bend them and are comfortable sitting like that. My daughter is nearly 7, she’s very capable of speaking her own mind but has never once said she doesn’t like her rear facing seat or said she is uncomfortable.
andreah90306/02/2019 09:19

Thing is people DON’T know, so like glasgowgirl says it’s worth repeating t …Thing is people DON’T know, so like glasgowgirl says it’s worth repeating the rear facing message over and over! Kids don’t scream because they are in a rear facing seat. All babies have to be rear facing, they don’t know that there is any different way to travel so they can’t suddenly develop a preference for forward facing once they are 9 months old. Babies go through a developmental phase at about that age, they may become upset in an infant carrier because by that age they are awake in the car for longer periods but can’t see much and can’t understand why they can hear your voice but not see you. A bigger, more upright rear facing seat and a mirror placed on the back seat headrest will sort that, or put them rear facing in the front (if you can turn the airbag off). Rear facing in the front is not dangerous, it’s just as safe as rear facing in the back of the car. You may be of the opinion that direction of travel does make a difference, and that it’s personal choice - yes it is personal choice but I don’t believe any parent who knows the actual scientific facts about how much more protection a rear facing seat gives would choose to put their baby or toddler in a forward facing seat.And as for long legs, it’s never an issue. Children are very happy to bend them and are comfortable sitting like that. My daughter is nearly 7, she’s very capable of speaking her own mind but has never once said she doesn’t like her rear facing seat or said she is uncomfortable.


A 7 year old in a rear facing seat? You're a minority.

Mine both switched at group 2, so 3.5.
The_Hoff06/02/2019 09:47

A 7 year old in a rear facing seat? You're a minority. Mine both switched …A 7 year old in a rear facing seat? You're a minority. Mine both switched at group 2, so 3.5.


She’s small for her age - below the 9th centile for both height and weight. She’s the same height/weight as her cousin who is just over two years younger than her.

Even so, an ‘average’ child of her age would only just be getting to the weight limit of her seat (25kg weight limit), so there is plenty of scope for keeping any child rear facing until they are at least 6.
andreah90306/02/2019 09:50

She’s small for her age - below the 9th centile for both height and w …She’s small for her age - below the 9th centile for both height and weight. She’s the same height/weight as her cousin who is just over two years younger than her. Even so, an ‘average’ child of her age would only just be getting to the weight limit of her seat (25kg weight limit), so there is plenty of scope for keeping any child rear facing until they are at least 6.


It's very little to do with weight in my case.

It's more problematic from a comfort perspective, shoulder heights, but also leg length.

As someone else said, the rear facing vegans preaching on every thread like it's some magical discovery is utterly tiresome.

Comment on the DEAL that has been posted, and don't turn every thread in to a health and safety forum pretending to be an authority. If you want that, go to Misc and post, all of the vegan ERF people can all chat happily in there and bore each other to death.

Thanks!
miah20185th Feb

Voted cold as its seems store specific


Voted hot to cancel out your vote. Its not store specific.
Edited by: "steveblackman" 7th Feb 2019
Brilliant price -so voted hot - but then couldn’t not say that marketing it as suitable for 9m + is actually horrifying - my boys are 1 and 3 and we plan on rear facing them as long as we can. Their seats erf to 18kg.
Edited by: "nuttyginger" 6th Feb 2019
This may be a good price for this seat but Graco seats don't undergo additional safety testing... Spend a bit more and get a seat that has been tested beyond 30mph frontal and 18mph rear impacts plus has undergone side impact testing. Your child's life isn't worth scrimping on!!
sequinsgirl9 h, 45 m ago

I think we all know about the rear facing for as long as possible and …I think we all know about the rear facing for as long as possible and that’s wonderful for you if you have tiny small kids that don’t scream and scream though all car journeys....For the rest of us with tall screamy kids it’s a little different!I’d love my 3 year old to still be a rear facing but we are all different and having people constantly preach about the well known info about rear facing or every single car seat post is a little dull.


Well said 🏼 🏼 🏼 🏼
Cracks me up that a lot of parents won’t think twice about spending over a £1000 on a branded pushchair because everyone will see it but spend more on a car seat that could save there life? No!
I mean when I was a kid we used to ride on the parcel shelf but that's none of my business.
The_Hoff06/02/2019 09:57

It's very little to do with weight in my case.It's more problematic from a …It's very little to do with weight in my case.It's more problematic from a comfort perspective, shoulder heights, but also leg length.As someone else said, the rear facing vegans preaching on every thread like it's some magical discovery is utterly tiresome.Comment on the DEAL that has been posted, and don't turn every thread in to a health and safety forum pretending to be an authority. If you want that, go to Misc and post, all of the vegan ERF people can all chat happily in there and bore each other to death.Thanks!


Tall kids are fine rear facing ... just buy the correct seat for them. Not really an excuse not to keep them as safe as you possibly can!
laurieleigh06/02/2019 19:04

Tall kids are fine rear facing ... just buy the correct seat for them. Not …Tall kids are fine rear facing ... just buy the correct seat for them. Not really an excuse not to keep them as safe as you possibly can!


But, you like the other preachers don't understand there is no deal for an ERF seat here.

I always wrap my child in cotton wool and bubble wrap before any journey. They wear knee pads at school too.
The_Hoff06/02/2019 21:38

But, you like the other preachers don't understand there is no deal for an …But, you like the other preachers don't understand there is no deal for an ERF seat here.I always wrap my child in cotton wool and bubble wrap before any journey. They wear knee pads at school too.


I'm not preaching, just negating your uneducated comments.
laurieleigh11 m ago

I'm not preaching, just negating your uneducated comments.


You're not really though, are you? Nobody is learning anything as everybody already knows what you're selling.

Now go find a seat and post a deal and stop dictating.
Deary me, some people really just love an argument. Mentioning that there are better options to keep our younger kids safe should not make people irate

Happy Wednesday!
Just picked one up in Northern Ireland. Plenty of stock in-store in the Holywood superstore =') thanks OP!
timhaihoyan49 m ago

Just picked one up in Northern Ireland. Plenty of stock in-store in the …Just picked one up in Northern Ireland. Plenty of stock in-store in the Holywood superstore =') thanks OP!


No bother mucks.
Sure there are better and more expensive (maybe safer) options out there, but good price for what it is.. we bought one at higher price for trips with rental cars, lightweight so it is easy to carry around. It pays for itself after one trip or two and now we have it as a backup seat when needed. Wish the deal was available when we bought it.
sequinsgirl6th Feb

I think we all know about the rear facing for as long as possible and …I think we all know about the rear facing for as long as possible and that’s wonderful for you if you have tiny small kids that don’t scream and scream though all car journeys....For the rest of us with tall screamy kids it’s a little different!I’d love my 3 year old to still be a rear facing but we are all different and having people constantly preach about the well known info about rear facing or every single car seat post is a little dull.


Car seats get incrementally better. However if someone’s gonna preach then they be better off preaching about road safety. Sticking to speed limits, not rushing, not taking unnecessary risks and not driving tired will save million times more crashes than a car seat that is 0.2% safer than a slightly older model!
Benji246th Feb

Can any kind folks let me know if this has been spoted in other stores …Can any kind folks let me know if this has been spoted in other stores down south


Tesco Shoreham have a couple left!
Reduced to clear in Tesco Corstorphine. Down from £70. Good deal if you need a new seat!
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