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Been looking for a car seat that is isofix and spins for my 10 month old for a good while. Cheapest I can find at the moment. Same price at Mothercare as well
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Hi removed the £199.99 NBP (next best price) as the item appears to be available for £170 at multiple retailers
New I size is now out which is why this has dropped.
Heat added, great price for the car seat.

Halfords will price match too, I asked earlier in the week based on the Mothercare price as was easier to get there for the free fitting compared to nearest Mothercare store
Dear lordI thought this was an actual office chair
dav1s19/09/2019 10:49

Dear lordI thought this was an actual office chair


This needs to be made!
A "Spin 360" car seat, sounds like a good way to get your babies into the thrills of the waltzer at the earliest opportunity.

"Prepare to spin, Mummy's going round a corner" and "scream of you want to go faster".
What age will this go up to? Guessing doesn't work with prams?
JWeldo19/09/2019 10:37

Heat added, great price for the car seat.Halfords will price match too, I …Heat added, great price for the car seat.Halfords will price match too, I asked earlier in the week based on the Mothercare price as was easier to get there for the free fitting compared to nearest Mothercare store


@JWeldo
dm me if you haven't purchased yet, I have something that may help you in Halfords.

p.s. I won't be freely giving this to everyone and anyone that is messaging me!
Edited by: "Skybles" 19th Sep
ses6jwg19/09/2019 11:21

What age will this go up to? Guessing doesn't work with prams?


It won't work with prams this is a fixed car seat. It's for up to 4 year olds but most children will go onto the next seat before then.
tibbs19/09/2019 10:45

New I size is now out which is why this has dropped.


Is the i size that much different? Or safer?

The wife is just about to have back surgery and thought this be better than the fixed maxi cosi pearl we current have for her
Is this the cheapest its ever gone down to?
We paid a lot more than this, £250 I think
S.Blackey19/09/2019 12:59

Is this the cheapest its ever gone down to?


Don't think it's the cheapest it's ever been but certainly cheapest I've seen it whilst we have been looking
andy18219/09/2019 14:50

Don't think it's the cheapest it's ever been but certainly cheapest I've …Don't think it's the cheapest it's ever been but certainly cheapest I've seen it whilst we have been looking


I got one from winstanleys for £150 last week
Great price. Excellent chairs. We have one in each car.
stokeingy19/09/2019 12:27

Is the i size that much different? Or safer?The wife is just about to have …Is the i size that much different? Or safer?The wife is just about to have back surgery and thought this be better than the fixed maxi cosi pearl we current have for her


I size has a more convenient spin button and size impact thingies.
stokeingy19/09/2019 12:27

Is the i size that much different? Or safer?The wife is just about to have …Is the i size that much different? Or safer?The wife is just about to have back surgery and thought this be better than the fixed maxi cosi pearl we current have for her


We thought long and hard about this and I spin (i size). Our current seat is a isofix fixed rear facing and is i size (compatible with pram our pram). On discussion with Mamma's & papas and own research. I size is tested for better strength at side impact but statically most crashes involving babies are rear shunts. But not much in it so we decided on the normal spin which meets all EU safety requirements. My child is 18 mths with stronger neck muscles to support his head which further supported our decision (babies can be fores facing from 15mths old but alot of research suggests keeping them rear facing as long as they will tolerate it) . Some may say, get the best available however the decision is yours.
S.Blackey19/09/2019 12:59

Is this the cheapest its ever gone down to?


NO, Halfords had 20% off a few weeks ago, so £160. However I've been keeping an eye on prices. My partner stalled at £160. We ended up buying it a couple of weeks ago at JL for the £170.

You could wait for black Friday but I'd snap it yo now if you need one.
aljack19/09/2019 23:56

We thought long and hard about this and I spin (i size). Our current seat …We thought long and hard about this and I spin (i size). Our current seat is a isofix fixed rear facing and is i size (compatible with pram our pram). On discussion with Mamma's & papas and own research. I size is tested for better strength at side impact but statically most crashes involving babies are rear shunts. But not much in it so we decided on the normal spin which meets all EU safety requirements. My child is 18 mths with stronger neck muscles to support his head which further supported our decision (babies can be fores facing from 15mths old but alot of research suggests keeping them rear facing as long as they will tolerate it) . Some may say, get the best available however the decision is yours.


Which spin car seat will you suggest which is not isize?
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