Joie Stages group 0+/1/2 car seat £119.99 @ Argos
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Joie Stages group 0+/1/2 car seat £119.99 @ Argos

£119.99Argos Deals
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Found 7th Mar 2014
Rrp £149.99 but on offer for £129.99.

Sign up to Emma's Diary and use their '£10 off when you spend over £60 on a car seat' voucher to get it for £119.99 - a bargain for a seat that could last 7 years (depending on weight/height of your child).

The Joie Stages is a combination seat that can be used rear facing from birth right up to 18kg. It also has a forward facing option from 9-18kg, although it is much safer to keep children rear facing for as long as possible.  Once the 18kg limit has been reached, the Stages can be used forward facing as a booster seat until the child weighs 25kg, about seven years old.

note: the description on Argos' website is wrong as it says it goes up to 36kg.
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Nothing to with this deal exaclty (I voted Hot) but there have been some models of this seat recalled due to an issue with the safety harness in case anyone has one already Recall
This would not put me off buying this seat. There have been plenty of other car seats recalled for similar harness issues, Graco for example.
Edited by: "Khio77" 7th Mar 2014

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Khio77

Nothing to with this deal exaclty (I voted Hot) but there have been some … Nothing to with this deal exaclty (I voted Hot) but there have been some models of this seat recalled due to an issue with the safety harness in case anyone has one already RecallThis would not put me off buying this seat. There have been plenty of other car seats recalled for similar harness issues, Graco for example.


I think it was any with a manufacturing date before the end of 2012 that were affected.

laurieleigh

I think it was any with a manufacturing date before the end of 2012 that … I think it was any with a manufacturing date before the end of 2012 that were affected.



Cheers Laurieleigh, the link doesn't say what date unfortunately. thanks. Was thinking for people that bought one a while ago and maybe werent aware.
Edited by: "Khio77" 7th Mar 2014

Yay!!! An extended rear facing seat on hotukdeals!!

Not bad price, we got ours for £104 from Babysrus july last year. Toysrus regularly do 20% off online and have a 20% off voucher in store magazine.

Ours was amongst a huge batch that was recalled and I returned it. To be honest I was happy to return it as the seatbelt gets in the way - you have to manouvre your child under the belt or push the belt down and out of the way while getting child in. That really annoyed me, had the seat 2 months and was quite happy to return it.

If you want to keep your child rear facing for lonnger than just the 18 months or so and you cant stretch to the £200 for what I would say would be a less fiddly seat, then this is great!

Voted hot!!

Dont really understand cheap awful carseats at £12.50 get superhot and a great deal on an erf seat gets cold!

To be honest never used this seat but can't understand why people would just buy one from asda for £10 like previous posters have said ... This seems good for the money .... If you can stretch to maxicosi , they've been fantastic for us

never heard of or used this seat but having been in a position where I was trying to get a good deal on a particular seat I wanted I would have been delighted if someone had posted a good deal like this for it and saved me some money. voted hot

Had been looking at this as interested in rear facing our 13 month old, however which? Have given it a low rating as doesn't have good support from a side impact . Does anyone have this seat and like it ?

cherryontop

Had been looking at this as interested in rear facing our 13 month old, … Had been looking at this as interested in rear facing our 13 month old, however which? Have given it a low rating as doesn't have good support from a side impact . Does anyone have this seat and like it ?



facebook.com/Rea…ard Loads of the mums on this site have the Stages and can advise you.

There will be other erf seats that might give better side protection, but if your options are the Stages or a forward facing seat then the benefits of rear facing would win over any forward facing seat.
Edited by: "ellie27" 7th Mar 2014

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ellie27

Yay!!! An extended rear facing seat on hotukdeals!!


i found our besafe izi combi through HUKD for £200 about 18 months ago :-)
Was hoping to get this for 7mth old once he outgrows cabriofix (then swap with dd's Combi once she outgrows) but it has buckle crunch in our car :-(

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ellie27

Dont really understand cheap awful carseats at £12.50 get superhot and a … Dont really understand cheap awful carseats at £12.50 get superhot and a great deal on an erf seat gets cold!


Unfortunately for some people a 'deal' just means 'cheap', even where their child's safety is concerned.

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cherryontop

Had been looking at this as interested in rear facing our 13 month old, … Had been looking at this as interested in rear facing our 13 month old, however which? Have given it a low rating as doesn't have good support from a side impact . Does anyone have this seat and like it ?

cherryontop

Had been looking at this as interested in rear facing our 13 month old, … Had been looking at this as interested in rear facing our 13 month old, however which? Have given it a low rating as doesn't have good support from a side impact . Does anyone have this seat and like it ?


Check out the 'Extended Rearfacing Support' group on Baby Centre too. lots of people on there have this seat and will be able to advise or if you're willing to spend more on a dedicated ERF seat there's lots of info.
'Which?' unfortunately isn't the be -all-and-end-all as far as car seat safety goes... not sure about the side impact rating on this seat but aside from that they also give scores based on ease of fitting, padding and other random things.

The ones that has an issue were proper to the upgrade and were not rear facing for a a long as they were now it an issue with the buckle

twinkle1982

The ones that has an issue were proper to the upgrade and were not rear … The ones that has an issue were proper to the upgrade and were not rear facing for a a long as they were now it an issue with the buckle



It was exact same seat that was recalled, not the pre 18kg rf limit.

Thanks guys - will have a look at them. taking the which reviews with a pinch of salt as they don't seem to be very pro-ERF! Will need two eventually as expecting baby no 2 so want to make sure I get the right one for our car and that enough space etc

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cherryontop

Thanks guys - will have a look at them. taking the which reviews with a … Thanks guys - will have a look at them. taking the which reviews with a pinch of salt as they don't seem to be very pro-ERF! Will need two eventually as expecting baby no 2 so want to make sure I get the right one for our car and that enough space etc


'Which?' actually rated an ERF seat (think it was Britax MaxWay) that passed the Swedish Plus test as a 'don't buy' - the Plus test is just about as stringent as it gets. 'Which?' don't gave a clue where ERF is concerned!!
Hope the Stages works out OK for you.

ellie27

https://www.facebook.com/RearFacingTheWayForward Loads of the mums on … https://www.facebook.com/RearFacingTheWayForward Loads of the mums on this site have the Stages and can advise you.There will be other erf seats that might give better side protection, but if your options are the Stages or a forward facing seat then the benefits of rear facing would win over any forward facing seat.



Voted hot from me. I've spent weeks reading about all the rear facing seats & my head is pickled as to what one to get Ellie you seem very knowledgeable on them. I have just added that page on fb so hopefully that will help aswell x

suzi_123

Voted hot from me. I've spent weeks reading about all the rear facing … Voted hot from me. I've spent weeks reading about all the rear facing seats & my head is pickled as to what one to get Ellie you seem very knowledgeable on them. I have just added that page on fb so hopefully that will help aswell x



Pretty much all erf seats cannot be bought online, the Stages can though. Most retailers will test for fit in the car first. It is best if you can go somewhere that stocks erf seats and then have a look. Where in the uk are you?

can someone suggest a seat like this but with a 5 point harness. will be for going in car. but Lao planning on taking on plane with baby. (at 8 weeks)

ellie27

Pretty much all erf seats cannot be bought online, the Stages can though. … Pretty much all erf seats cannot be bought online, the Stages can though. Most retailers will test for fit in the car first. It is best if you can go somewhere that stocks erf seats and then have a look. Where in the uk are you?



Sorry just saw this. I am new to this site & don't know why I am not getting any notifications. I live in Scotland x

pKaTz

can someone suggest a seat like this but with a 5 point harness. will be … can someone suggest a seat like this but with a 5 point harness. will be for going in car. but Lao planning on taking on plane with baby. (at 8 weeks)



this does have a 5pt harness
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