Graco Nautilus Elite Child Car Seat Suitable for ages 9 months - 12 years Weight: Suitable for 9 to 36kg down from £150 to £100 @ Halfords £2.99 delivered or click and collect to store for free
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Graco Nautilus Elite Child Car Seat Suitable for ages 9 months - 12 years Weight: Suitable for 9 to 36kg down from £150 to £100 @ Halfords £2.99 delivered or click and collect to store for free

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Found 27th Feb 2017
No-rethread harness grows with your child
Suitable for ages 9 months - 12 years
Weight: Suitable for 9 to 36kg
Safety surround protection - side impact protection that truly grows with your child and offers increased head protection
Padded body support for younger children
3 recline positions help keep your growing child comfy even when asleep
Maximum side impact protection
Width and height adjustable headrest for added protection and safety
EPS, energy absorbing foam for effective impact energy management
Steel reinforced frame provides strength and durability
One hand, 5 position, adjustable headrest easily adapts to your growing toddler's needs
Seat belt guide correctly positions the diagonal seat belt when used as a high back booster
Intuitive lock-off mechanism for safe and secure seat belt installation
Contoured armrests with cup holder and storage pockets
Dimensions: 72.5cm x 50cm x 55cm (HxWxD)
Complies to ECE R44/04 regulations
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Hi, thanks for the deal, we were about to get the graco all-in-one but will the legislation change next year, so only iSize isofix child seats will be legal to use?
bednim

Hi, thanks for the deal, we were about to get the graco all-in-one but … Hi, thanks for the deal, we were about to get the graco all-in-one but will the legislation change next year, so only iSize isofix child seats will be legal to use?



​no, the law wont change for a very long time yet. Lots of cars still dont have isofix, plus r44/04 seats are still being sold alongside iSize seats so will probably be legal to use for another 10 or so years if of the current r44/03 seats are anything to go by.
But if you're planning on buying this for a baby - Don't! keep them rear facing as long as possible as it's so much safer.
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bednim

Hi, thanks for the deal, we were about to get the graco all-in-one but … Hi, thanks for the deal, we were about to get the graco all-in-one but will the legislation change next year, so only iSize isofix child seats will be legal to use?


Have a wee read of this for some clarification http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/uk-child-car-seat-laws-latest-changes-everything-need-know-baby-booster-a7601406.html

Have a read of the government regulations here too gov.uk/chi…eat
laurieleigh

​no, the law wont change for a very long time yet. Lots of cars still d … ​no, the law wont change for a very long time yet. Lots of cars still dont have isofix, plus r44/04 seats are still being sold alongside iSize seats so will probably be legal to use for another 10 or so years if of the current r44/03 seats are anything to go by.But if you're planning on buying this for a baby - Don't! keep them rear facing as long as possible as it's so much safer.


Hi, thanks!

With the isofix cars - if your car doesn't have it, you can get it fitted apparently.

I did go for iSize car seat from Joie - posted here about two weeks ago. Only ordered it today.
bednim

Hi, thanks! With the isofix cars - if your car doesn't have it, you can … Hi, thanks! With the isofix cars - if your car doesn't have it, you can get it fitted apparently.I did go for iSize car seat from Joie - posted here about two weeks ago. Only ordered it today.



​yes you can buy the kit and fit for about £20 but there's also lots of belt fitted seats that are just as safer (or safer) than iSize seats and go to a higher weight limit
Edited by: "laurieleigh" 27th Feb 2017
The Independent article states that children under 15 months must be in rear facing seat but is this not just for the newer isize seats??...
Is it just me or is The Independent article confusing things? I thought that children could forward face from 9 months and that it was only isize seats that required them to remain rear facing until 15 months????...
Momsanalien

Is it just me or is The Independent article confusing things? I thought … Is it just me or is The Independent article confusing things? I thought that children could forward face from 9 months and that it was only isize seats that required them to remain rear facing until 15 months????...



That's almost right - it is only I-size seats which require rear facing to 15 months. However baby in an 'old' R44/04 weight-based seat has to be 9kgs in order to go forward facing - there is no age limit so in theory a 5 month old baby could go forward facing if they weighed 9kgs.
Momsanalien

Is it just me or is The Independent article confusing things? I thought … Is it just me or is The Independent article confusing things? I thought that children could forward face from 9 months and that it was only isize seats that required them to remain rear facing until 15 months????...



Best advice is to ignore the 'rules' and keep children rear facing as long as possible (until at least 4 years) Forward facing is very dangerous.
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