Joie Bold FX Group 1/2/3 ISOFIX Car Seat - £139.50 delivered @ uberkids.co.uk (potential additional 6% cashback)
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Joie Bold FX Group 1/2/3 ISOFIX Car Seat - £139.50 delivered @ uberkids.co.uk (potential additional 6% cashback)

£139.50£15510%Uber Kids Deals
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Found 27th Jan
So, after looking for a safe, well priced stage 1-2-3 car seat, we decided on this.

It's well reviewed (madeformums, driving.co.uk, myfamilyfever.co.uk) and Joie are usually rated well on the ADAC site (although this particular model hasn't been reviewed).

It's £174.99 in most places, £155 at some (including Uber Kids), but with an additional 10% off using code UKJOIE10, this is the best price I can find it for.

Theres also 6% cashback at topcashback and Quidco, potentially making this an even sweeter deal.

Here's the official blurb:

Kids grow at a remarkable speed so why not buy a car seat that will see them through from 9kg to 36kg (approximately 9 months to 12 years). The Joie Bold FX will do just that! It utilises a 5 point harness all the way up to 25kg and from there it converts to a belted high back booster.

The 11 position Grow TogetherTM headrest is a great invention. No more rethreading the harnesses when they grow, just lift the headrest and the harness rises with it. When they outgrow the harness it simply stores inside the seat, so you don't lose it!

With Guard Surround SafetyTM panels the Bold provides, even more, side impact protection which folds into the seat when not in use.

This car seat uses the seat belt and a top tether to install into the car so please make sure this is suitable. It does have ISOSAFE, this is not the same as ISOFIX but does provide some extra benefit.

Suitable from 9 to 36kg (approx 9 months to 12 years)Forward facingR44/04 compliantBelted installation with top tether and ISOSAFECup holder included
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Hilarious. Cold vote within 1 second of me posting! #almostimpressed
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I have bought a car for less !!
It is isofix in the harnessed forward facing mode.
Though the description only references iso safe.
Check the cars manual to ensure it has an appropriate anchor point for the top tether.
Joie are well rated in adac though so are Britax and their 123 evolva only scored average as it's difficult to build a seat that does all the sizes as good as one dedicated to a particular group
Hmm..not sure about the harness. More hassle than a seatbelt.
I’m waiting for a Cybex M Fix deal..I like their reclining seats and reclining headrests.
kaylusha991 h, 5 m ago

Hmm..not sure about the harness. More hassle than a seatbelt.I’m waiting f …Hmm..not sure about the harness. More hassle than a seatbelt.I’m waiting for a Cybex M Fix deal..I like their reclining seats and reclining headrests.


Well, you could get this for £108 ish delivered (using the same UKJOIE10 code), with the potential of 6% cashback too.
GibsonSt191 h, 35 m ago

Well, you could get this for £108 ish delivered (using the same UKJOIE10 …Well, you could get this for £108 ish delivered (using the same UKJOIE10 code), with the potential of 6% cashback too.


Thanks but code is only for Joie stuff
kaylusha997 m ago

Thanks but code is only for Joie stuff


You're right, sorry. You can get £5 off with the code UKRMN01F05 though. Tried and tested.
GibsonSt191 h, 51 m ago

You're right, sorry. You can get £5 off with the code UKRMN01F05 though. …You're right, sorry. You can get £5 off with the code UKRMN01F05 though. Tried and tested.


You wouldn't be related to the Mr Gibson who happens to be a Director of Uberkids would you?
Methinks you need a better alias 😁
kaylusha994 h, 42 m ago

Hmm..not sure about the harness. More hassle than a seatbelt.I’m waiting f …Hmm..not sure about the harness. More hassle than a seatbelt.I’m waiting for a Cybex M Fix deal..I like their reclining seats and reclining headrests.


But safer than a seatbelt if your child is under 4 1/2 years old (regardless of weight).
I prefer to use a rear facing seat with a 25kg harness limit for my nearly-6 year old, but for parents who won’t believe how much safer rear facing is the Joie Bold can harness to 25kg forward facing and is useful for heavier toddlers who would otherwise be moved into a high backed booster far too early.
kaylusha994 h, 42 m ago

Hmm..not sure about the harness. More hassle than a seatbelt.I’m waiting f …Hmm..not sure about the harness. More hassle than a seatbelt.I’m waiting for a Cybex M Fix deal..I like their reclining seats and reclining headrests.

andreah9035 m ago

But safer than a seatbelt if your child is under 4 1/2 years old …But safer than a seatbelt if your child is under 4 1/2 years old (regardless of weight). I prefer to use a rear facing seat with a 25kg harness limit for my nearly-6 year old, but for parents who won’t believe how much safer rear facing is the Joie Bold can harness to 25kg forward facing and is useful for heavier toddlers who would otherwise be moved into a high backed booster far too early.


I understand your point..but you're saying that your 5 year old faces backwards?? 😬
kaylusha998 h, 39 m ago

You wouldn't be related to the Mr Gibson who happens to be a Director of …You wouldn't be related to the Mr Gibson who happens to be a Director of Uberkids would you?Methinks you need a better alias 😁


I hadn't heard of Uber Kids until today, until I searched for the best price for the car seat. I won't stop being helpful to me people just because some are so cynical.

I've been a member of HUKD for over 14 years, and although I've not posted many deals, those I have posted are varied in their subject and generally well received. If you think I have anything to do with Uber Kids, that's your opinion. It just happens to be wrong.
Having just checked, Gibson is one of the director's middle names it would seem, however I fear there's no point arguing as, unflippinbelievably, Uber Kids appear to be based in my home town. That's an amazing coincidence, and I wouldn't blame anyone for thinking I was in any way connected!
Edited by: "GibsonSt19" 28th Jan
andreah9039 h, 45 m ago

But safer than a seatbelt if your child is under 4 1/2 years old …But safer than a seatbelt if your child is under 4 1/2 years old (regardless of weight). I prefer to use a rear facing seat with a 25kg harness limit for my nearly-6 year old, but for parents who won’t believe how much safer rear facing is the Joie Bold can harness to 25kg forward facing and is useful for heavier toddlers who would otherwise be moved into a high backed booster far too early.


Hmmm.... It's also safer for air travel and probably adult passengers in cars. If the safety was that over whelmingly higher I'd of thought the EU would have adopted this into law. Similarly to how Isofix is now an industry standard. I could be being ignorant though.
Edited by: "jameswalker457" 28th Jan
kaylusha9920 h, 23 m ago

I understand your point..but you're saying that your 5 year old faces …I understand your point..but you're saying that your 5 year old faces backwards?? 😬


Yes, she is rather small for her age, but her seat has a 25kg weight limit and lots of legroom so any ‘average’ 5 year old could comfortably sit rear facing in her seat.
andreah90310 m ago

Yes, she is rather small for her age, but her seat has a 25kg weight limit …Yes, she is rather small for her age, but her seat has a 25kg weight limit and lots of legroom so any ‘average’ 5 year old could comfortably sit rear facing in her seat.


I don't doubt that it's safer than forward facing - but it's also safer to never let your child climb a climbing frame.
Personally I believe in a balance - and I know that many 3/4/5 yr old world be bored witless facing the rear.
Child car safety is a bit different than let them have fun on a climbing frame!

Food old false equivalency argument there! I'd rather have a bored toddler.
kaylusha992 h, 30 m ago

I don't doubt that it's safer than forward facing - but it's also safer to …I don't doubt that it's safer than forward facing - but it's also safer to never let your child climb a climbing frame.Personally I believe in a balance - and I know that many 3/4/5 yr old world be bored witless facing the rear.


She’s not bored, she has a view out of the back windscreen instead of having to look at the back of the passenger seat.
She has older siblings aged 12 and 9 who are forward facing so she can interact more easily with them than if she were forward facing (much like a couple going out for a meal - you don’t sit side by side do you, you sit opposite each other). We also have pop-up seats in the boot space, so on the odd occasion those seats are in use she can easily talk to whoever is sitting back there.
But aside from all that, even if she were bored witless she would have to put up with being bored I’m afraid! She’s very good on climbing frames and at balancing as it happens, I’m happy to let her make her own choices and take risks in that respect, but in terms of how she sits in the car it’s a safety issue that she has no say in whatsoever!
Edited by: "andreah903" 28th Jan
kaylusha9927th Jan

I understand your point..but you're saying that your 5 year old faces …I understand your point..but you're saying that your 5 year old faces backwards?? 😬


My daughter was 6 when she moved out of a rear facing seat and into a hbb. It's safer to keep them rear facing as long as possible.
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