Harmony Group 2/3 Dreamtime Deluxe Comfort Booster - Silver Tech was £30 now £18 C+C @ Asda George
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Harmony Group 2/3 Dreamtime Deluxe Comfort Booster - Silver Tech was £30 now £18 C+C @ Asda George

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Mod & Ed
Found 19th Jan
Great reviews, seems a bargain for the price, it's won quite a few awards too! was £30 now £18 C+C

Give your co-captain the VIP treatment with the fully featured Dreamtime Deluxe Comfort Belt Positioning Booster Seat! The Dreamtime Deluxe Comfort high back booster has a long history as a world-renowned and award winning booster so you can rest assured that it is equipped with the gold standard in safety, comfort and ease-of-use features. Winner of the North American IIHS award 2010-2017, the Dreamtime is also the winner of the 2015 Consumer Digest Best Bet Highback Booster Award, the 2009 JPMA Innovation award, and is rated highest in its class by Australian Road and Traffic Authority (RTA)

The Dreamtime highback booster includes market leading 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.

For your convenience, the Dreamtime includes a 7-height adjustable headrest. The ultra-plush fabric is removable for machine washing, and the smooth design will not harm your vehicle’s upholstery.

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• ECE Compliant: Group 2, 3
• For children 15 – 36 kg
• WINNER 2010-2017 IIHS Award
• WINNER 2015 Consumer Digest Best Bet Highback Booster Award
• WINNER 2009 JPMA Innovation Award
• Rated highest in its class by Australian Road and Traffic Authority (RTA)
• Full body side-impact protection
• Anti-torque backrest for added safety
• Integrated ergonomic side head support inhibits child’s head from falling forward when sleeping
• 7-position height-adjustable head support
• Ultra-plush premium microsuede fabrics with extra comfort foam padding
• Ultra-plush seat pad is removable for machine washing
• 2 recline positions
• Fits 3-across in most vehicles
• Visually pronounced belt guides promote correct installment of the seat belt
• Unique V-Shape design promotes better installations
• Anti-submarining belt path design
• Modern smooth and contoured seat saver design
• 2-year warranty
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Thanks OP.. Hot!
thank you, this is what I was looking for....
Great deal, was looking for one for both the wife's car and mine, thank you! Heat.
I am after seats for grandparents to use but I can’t find much online about the safety rating of this to be honest.

I have just spent £118 on a maxi cosi booster for my own car and will probably still buy similar seats for the grandparents. I’d rather the peace of mind
I have these in the back of my main car (brought them last time they were on here), as other boosters don't fit in the bucket-esqe rear seats.
I did some research and they seemed good so went for them.
Of course these aren't going to be on par with £100+ seats but they are pretty good for the price and on par with some seats double the price
Edited by: "PavB" 19th Jan
glasgowgirl41 m ago

I am after seats for grandparents to use but I can’t find much online a …I am after seats for grandparents to use but I can’t find much online about the safety rating of this to be honest. I have just spent £118 on a maxi cosi booster for my own car and will probably still buy similar seats for the grandparents. I’d rather the peace of mind

​Given it won the innovation award 9 years ago it would be interesting to know what year it was Rated highest in its class by Australian Road and Traffic Authority. Car seats have evolved a lot since 2009.
PavB2 m ago

I have these in the back of my main car (brought them last time they were …I have these in the back of my main car (brought them last time they were on here), as other boosters don't fit in the bucket-esqe rear seats.I did some research and they seemed good so went for them.Of course these aren't going to be on par with £100+ seats but they are pretty good for the price and on par with some seats double the price

​better than a backless booster anyway
PavB9 m ago

I have these in the back of my main car (brought them last time they were …I have these in the back of my main car (brought them last time they were on here), as other boosters don't fit in the bucket-esqe rear seats.I did some research and they seemed good so went for them.Of course these aren't going to be on par with £100+ seats but they are pretty good for the price and on par with some seats double the price

​We got a joie trillo lx in 2016 for the grandparents because according to the adac independent German crash testing it ranked on par with the higher Britax, Maxi cosi and cybex models.
You will need to use Google translate adac.de/inf…rue
jdRiggs2 m ago

​We got a joie trillo lx in 2016 for the grandparents because according to …​We got a joie trillo lx in 2016 for the grandparents because according to the adac independent German crash testing it ranked on par with the higher Britax, Maxi cosi and cybex models. You will need to use Google translate https://www.adac.de/infotestrat/tests/kindersicherung/kindersitz-test/detail.aspx?KisiID=367&nc=True&info=JOIE+Trillo+LX+(Isofix)&ergo=True


Funnily enough this is what we have in my wife's car
Alas they didn't fit well in my car otherwise I'd have gone for them also
jdRiggs31 m ago

​We got a joie trillo lx in 2016 for the grandparents because according to …​We got a joie trillo lx in 2016 for the grandparents because according to the adac independent German crash testing it ranked on par with the higher Britax, Maxi cosi and cybex models. You will need to use Google translate https://www.adac.de/infotestrat/tests/kindersicherung/kindersitz-test/detail.aspx?KisiID=367&nc=True&info=JOIE+Trillo+LX+(Isofix)&ergo=True


I looked at this but does the back separate from the base when you lift it? That would bug me and it would likely get broken by some enthusiastic forgetful grandparent...
Can anyone please recommend a cheap (but safe) stage 1/2 car seat from the ones in the Asda event? I have a joie one in my car but want to buy a spare one for the grandparents car which will only get used 2-3 times a month. Thanks.
Bargain! Thanks OP
madno4 h, 51 m ago

Can anyone please recommend a cheap (but safe) stage 1/2 car seat from the …Can anyone please recommend a cheap (but safe) stage 1/2 car seat from the ones in the Asda event? I have a joie one in my car but want to buy a spare one for the grandparents car which will only get used 2-3 times a month. Thanks.


​No, the cheap ones in the asda event are nania or cosmos which are the same factory the Minnie, frozen etc are also the same absolute bare minimum standard. Maybe look somewhere other than asda?
Best quality for £45 in the 123 car seat group is probably the joie elevate. At least it has much better side impact protection than the cheap asda group 1 seats.
Edited by: "jdRiggs" 19th Jan
jdRiggs12 h, 30 m ago

​No, the cheap ones in the asda event are nania or cosmos which are the s … ​No, the cheap ones in the asda event are nania or cosmos which are the same factory the Minnie, frozen etc are also the same absolute bare minimum standard. Maybe look somewhere other than asda? Best quality for £45 in the 123 car seat group is probably the joie elevate. At least it has much better side impact protection than the cheap asda group 1 seats.


Thanks a lot for replying! That was my concern too..that they don’t look very safe. I will definitely look into the Joie seat you have suggested - one other major problem is that my Dad has a Qashqai and getting any car seat to fit with it’s incredibly short seatbelt is very difficult!
glasgowgirl19th Jan

I looked at this but does the back separate from the base when you lift …I looked at this but does the back separate from the base when you lift it? That would bug me and it would likely get broken by some enthusiastic forgetful grandparent...

​No the high back boosters need you to push the backrest back 90-180 degrees to remove the back.
As it's designed to come off. Taking it off isn't going to break it. It goes back on again.
jdRiggs3 h, 16 m ago

​No the high back boosters need you to push the backrest back 90-180 d …​No the high back boosters need you to push the backrest back 90-180 degrees to remove the back. As it's designed to come off. Taking it off isn't going to break it. It goes back on again.


Ah thank you, I’ve looked at so many I’m probably getting mixed up! I read about one that the back clips off really easily when you lift it by the back bit, that wouldn’t be any good! Thanks :-)

(What I meant was it might get dropped & broke if it separates too easily!)
Edited by: "glasgowgirl" 22nd Jan
Bought one few days ago. I am going to return it today. My LO keeps telling me it is hurting his back 🤔
Ordered. Thanks op
glasgowgirl19th Jan

I am after seats for grandparents to use but I can’t find much online a …I am after seats for grandparents to use but I can’t find much online about the safety rating of this to be honest. I have just spent £118 on a maxi cosi booster for my own car and will probably still buy similar seats for the grandparents. I’d rather the peace of mind


How big are your grandparents? I'll have a look for you to see if I can find something suitable
Is this suitable for a 18 month/2 year old?
Has it got isofix?
dtokez48 m ago

Has it got isofix?


No it is not.
chcane4 h, 11 m ago

Is this suitable for a 18 month/2 year old?


It is recommended for age 4 upwards. I think ☺
Alessandra153 h, 3 m ago

No it is not.


After I posted I realised these are booster seats anyway lol
Alessandra154 h, 19 m ago

It is recommended for age 4 upwards. I think ☺


My kids in one of these at 18 months old. Based on the weight on the kids. Believe it's 15kg upwards. She's massive though lol
chcane10 h, 4 m ago

Is this suitable for a 18 month/2 year old?


It’s seatbelt only so I’d think not. I’d look at extended rear facing for that age, much safer
MisterMadHatter10 h, 37 m ago

How big are your grandparents? I'll have a look for you to see if I can …How big are your grandparents? I'll have a look for you to see if I can find something suitable


Haha they are tiny which is handy

We got britax soft latch Isofix seats instead, £72 each but great safety rating
Ordered, thanks
It says this fits 3 across in most cars - does anyone know if this is narrow in width? We have a Familyfix ISOFIX base with maxi Cosi pebble car seat at one side, Britax first class at the other side and currently the booster part only if the Graco logico in the middle of our new Discovery 5. They all fit but it’s tight for my daughter to get her hands in between the seats to plug her seatbelt in for the middle. So she prefers to sit in the 3rd row. Any ideas welcome whether this or any other narrow boosters on the market would fit better than our current set up. Thanks
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