Graco Group 2/3 Junior Maxi Car Seat (with cup holders) was £25 now £18 C+C @ Asda George (also instore)
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Graco Group 2/3 Junior Maxi Car Seat (with cup holders) was £25 now £18 C+C @ Asda George (also instore)

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Mod & Ed
Found 15th Mar
Excellent price for this very highly rated Graco Group 2/3 Junior Maxi Car Seat, was £25 now £18 with Free C+C, seems to be the cheapest around by a margin

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Graco Junior Maxi the lightweight highback booster protects children from 15 to 36kg. Kids love the hideaway cup holders and the “big kid” design features, especially the height adjustable head support and height adjustable armrests. Parents love that it helps protect their child by raising them up to the proper height for the seat belt.

Features:
• For children 15-36kg (approx. 4 to 12 years)
• Lightweight highback booster
• One hand height adjustable headrest
• Height adjustable armrests and hideaway cup holders
• Full coverage back support even as your child grows
• Machine washable covers
• Open-loop belt guides
• EPS, energy absorbing foam

2 Year Warranty: The warranty of 2 years covers the structural make up of the seat, the warranty on the covers is 1 Year only.
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These used to be on the Which do not buy list. They considered them unsafe and urged they be withdrawn from sale due to the lack of side protection (in an impact the child’s head smashes against the side of the car). Maybe they changed the design but I would do a bit of research before you buy.
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Excellent deal , ordered
Bought one of these last time it was posted. Solid seat, Bargain.
OOS online - Shame as that was a real bargian!!
These used to be on the Which do not buy list. They considered them unsafe and urged they be withdrawn from sale due to the lack of side protection (in an impact the child’s head smashes against the side of the car). Maybe they changed the design but I would do a bit of research before you buy.
Thanks for the tip
gari18950 m ago

These used to be on the Which do not buy list. They considered them …These used to be on the Which do not buy list. They considered them unsafe and urged they be withdrawn from sale due to the lack of side protection (in an impact the child’s head smashes against the side of the car). Maybe they changed the design but I would do a bit of research before you buy.


Yep, its because of the price they skimmed on the side impact protection and bottom seat cushioning. I would only use this as an emergency seat for an older group 3 child. But hey could be worse some parents let their kids play wrestling in the back while they sit in the front seat with their seat belt on driving around.
Wouldn’t trust a child seat that cheap
2tigger222 m ago

Wouldn’t trust a child seat that cheap


Inexpensive doesnt always mean cheap. Equally something being expensive doesnt mean it's good value.
marteee6 m ago

Inexpensive doesnt always mean cheap. Equally something being expensive …Inexpensive doesnt always mean cheap. Equally something being expensive doesnt mean it's good value.


I know what your saying but there’s cheap and then there’s just the really really cheap and especially if it has been on the which website
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It’s still on the Which? website as a ‘Don’t Buy’ seat with a score of 20%

“Despite being fairly easy to use, and offering average front-crash protection, the side protection of this seat is so poor, with or without the hi-back on, that it automatically becomes a Which? Don’t Buy.”
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andreah9032 h, 47 m ago

It’s still on the Which? website as a ‘Don’t Buy’ seat with a score of 20%“ …It’s still on the Which? website as a ‘Don’t Buy’ seat with a score of 20%“Despite being fairly easy to use, and offering average front-crash protection, the side protection of this seat is so poor, with or without the hi-back on, that it automatically becomes a Which? Don’t Buy.”


What are there recommend seats please?
Mucka15th Mar

What are there recommend seats please?


The Best Buy ones are mostly Britax, Cybex and Kiddy. However the Joie seats are much more affordable and only a few points below the ‘Best Buy’ seats that are twice the price. I know other independent child seat advisors use the Joie high backed boosters, I have a Cybex one and a Britax one but I don’t think you have to spend a fortune if you don’t want to. Essentially all a high backed booster does is lift your child up so that the seatbelt can fit them properly, as long as it has some side impact protection too you don’t have to spend over £100.
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