Harmony Dreamtime Child's Seat £18 @ Asda
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Harmony Dreamtime Child's Seat £18 @ Asda

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Found 25th Jan
Harmony Group 2/3 Dreamtime Deluxe Comfort Booster - Silver Tech.

Reduced from £30.00 to £18. Out of stock online, but tons in store at Stanley Asda hence the photo image.

Should be the same price in any Asda store.
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What is the ADAC review? Or at least what Which? say about them?
Ordered online for free click and collect from store within next 2 weeks. Thank you OP
caliber200126th Jan

What is the ADAC review? Or at least what Which? say about them?


Can't find any info on it.

Personally I wouldn't put my child in this as I can't find any info on how it performs in crashes.
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GeordieAffy20148 h, 10 m ago

Can't find any info on it.Personally I wouldn't put my child in this as I …Can't find any info on it.Personally I wouldn't put my child in this as I can't find any info on how it performs in crashes.

Here is the description with reviews from Walmart. Has good reviews. walmart.com/ip/…748
lotuschap3 h, 30 m ago

Here is the description with reviews from Walmart. Has good reviews. …Here is the description with reviews from Walmart. Has good reviews. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Harmony-Juvenile-Dreamtime-Deluxe-Comfort-High-Back-Booster-Car-Seat-Blue/48859748


Reviews from people mean nothing in terms of crash test data.
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GeordieAffy201414 h, 6 m ago

Reviews from people mean nothing in terms of crash test data.


Then please go and do some research on that topic and perhaps you will find something to help others on here.

...or rtfm...

"Safety and comfort features: Exceeding the European ECE standards, US FMVSS 213 standards and the Canadian CMVSS 213 standards, the Dreamtime leads the market with its unparalleled full body impact protection with its deep supportive head and body structure, and with its no-torque backrest. The energy-absorbing structure coupled with the high-density foam throughout the seat cocoons your precious cargo and disperses energy away from your child in the event of a crash; The belt-path routing was purposely designed to keep the shoulder belt perfectly placed and the lap-belt low on your child’s hips which protects against submarining; And, the premium comfort foams and soft fabrics cushion your child for a comfortable ride."
Edited by: "lotuschap" 28th Jan
lotuschap5 h, 34 m ago

Then please go and do some research on that topic and perhaps you will …Then please go and do some research on that topic and perhaps you will find something to help others on here....or rtfm..."Safety and comfort features: Exceeding the European ECE standards, US FMVSS 213 standards and the Canadian CMVSS 213 standards, the Dreamtime leads the market with its unparalleled full body impact protection with its deep supportive head and body structure, and with its no-torque backrest. The energy-absorbing structure coupled with the high-density foam throughout the seat cocoons your precious cargo and disperses energy away from your child in the event of a crash; The belt-path routing was purposely designed to keep the shoulder belt perfectly placed and the lap-belt low on your child’s hips which protects against submarining; And, the premium comfort foams and soft fabrics cushion your child for a comfortable ride."


Obviously all pass the EU regulations otherwise they wouldn't be able to sell them in the UK.

But anyways I only buy car seats that get good ratings from an independent German car seat testing centre called ADAC.

But that's not to say any other ones aren't safe just having been tested independently.

Anyways I shall leave it here and go do some more research.
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