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Joie Trillo Shield Group 1/2/3 Car Seat (5.5% Quidco) - £50.00 @ Uberkids
Joie Trillo Shield Group 1/2/3 Car Seat (5.5% Quidco) - £50.00 @ Uberkids

Joie Trillo Shield Group 1/2/3 Car Seat (5.5% Quidco) - £50.00 @ Uberkids

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Just bought this as an occasional car seat for my son, it's by far the best price for this seat and perfect for grandma's car.

EDIT: + Free Side Window Sunshade x2

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Did really well in the crash tests too.

Cold - front facing group 1 seats are not as safe as rear facing and should be banned. There is no excuse for putting a child at increased risk of death or serious injury for the sake of saving some money.

nitro228

Cold - front facing group 1 seats are not as safe as rear facing and … Cold - front facing group 1 seats are not as safe as rear facing and should be banned. There is no excuse for putting a child at increased risk of death or serious injury for the sake of saving some money.



rear facing isn't always possible and impact shield seats are believed to be the next best option.

They state this will be dispatched in Feb

good price, just a shame they're not despatched immediately

nitro228

Cold - front facing group 1 seats are not as safe as rear facing and … Cold - front facing group 1 seats are not as safe as rear facing and should be banned. There is no excuse for putting a child at increased risk of death or serious injury for the sake of saving some money.


http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-9YwK9fbS-wo/Vq5ATLquKBI/AAAAAAAAOHM/u4R5cpLlV9E/s1600/gonna-die.jpg

This beats most rear facing seats in crash tests.

vivski123



​Yes, we all are going to die, but a child in a front facing seat who is unfortunate enough to be involved in a car accident is far more likely to die early, or end up paralysed than one in a rear facing seat. The evidence is overwhelming yet people seem happy to take the risk for the sake of saving a few quid.

phillsmit3

This beats most rear facing seats in crash tests.



​I doubt that very much. Most car seat tests only look at the distance a child moves in a crash and don't consider the forces that the child is subjected to. The important factor is the loading on the child's neck, which is huge in crashes at even moderate speeds. The only test that actually measures the loading on the child's neck is the Swedish plus test. This is the strictest car seat test in the world. Every seat that has passed the test is rear facing. If people are happy to take the risk with their child's life that is up to them, I just hope for the child's sake that they are never involved in a crash.

nitro228

​Yes, we all are going to die, but a child in a front facing seat who is u … ​Yes, we all are going to die, but a child in a front facing seat who is unfortunate enough to be involved in a car accident is far more likely to die early, or end up paralysed than one in a rear facing seat. The evidence is overwhelming yet people seem happy to take the risk for the sake of saving a few quid.



Car travel is safer than flying by aeroplane, fact, and you don't get a rear facing seat on a plane. Case and point.

nitro228

​Yes, we all are going to die, but a child in a front facing seat who is u … ​Yes, we all are going to die, but a child in a front facing seat who is unfortunate enough to be involved in a car accident is far more likely to die early, or end up paralysed than one in a rear facing seat. The evidence is overwhelming yet people seem happy to take the risk for the sake of saving a few quid.



And secondly, the world thinks it doesn't need saving, or educated. Maybe it doesn't. Especially not by the righteous. I do agree you're talking sense. But people are so stubborn, and life is a lottery. You take on a tough task

vivski123

Car travel is safer than flying by aeroplane, fact, and you don't get a … Car travel is safer than flying by aeroplane, fact, and you don't get a rear facing seat on a plane. Case and point.



wrong... how many people die in car crashes each and every year compared to plane crashes??
besides, if a plane goes down the direction you're facing when it hits the ground won't make a damn bit of difference!

laurieleigh

wrong... how many people die in car crashes each and every year compared … wrong... how many people die in car crashes each and every year compared to plane crashes?? besides, if a plane goes down the direction you're facing when it hits the ground won't make a damn bit of difference!



My point exactly! And I'm pretty sure aeroplanes hold more people than cars do. Simple maths. Think about it.

​but how many planes crash each year? versus the number of fatalities from car crashes? you're probably looking at 300-400 people dying in plane crashes each year compared to a similar number each day in cars.

laurieleigh

​but how many planes crash each year? versus the number of fatalities f … ​but how many planes crash each year? versus the number of fatalities from car crashes? you're probably looking at 300-400 people dying in plane crashes each year compared to a similar number each day in cars.



No, you're wrong.

Link doesn't work.

vivski123

No, you're wrong.



​ok

laurieleigh

​ok



It took a while but we got there.

vivski123

Car travel is safer than flying by aeroplane, fact, and you don't get a … Car travel is safer than flying by aeroplane, fact, and you don't get a rear facing seat on a plane. Case and point.



Car travel is not safer than flying - very far from it. Saying fact after a ludicrous statement does not make it true. Mile for mile plant travel is by far the safest form of transport. Car travel is statistically one of the most dangerous. The direction of seats in planes is largely irrelevant in this argument as plane crashes typically involve speeds of 300mph+
You are however much more likely to survive a train crash if you are rear facing.
I don't really care what decisions people make with regard to their own children's safety but I think people should be aware of the facts. Unfortunately most people are totally ignorant of the fact that rear facing is safer and therefore can't make an informed decision.
Edited by: "nitro228" 29th Dec 2016

Lol, top notch trolling, well done!

Was gonna say the same about trolling lol. Whilst I know erf is safer it has not been possible for us (& yes I care about my children's safety)partly to do with cost..... I care about their safety but I also like to feed and clothe them and the manufacturers of these seats are really cashing in, I am thankful to people posting deals on the safer forward facing seats too...far to many people making judgements on peoples parenting just on what type of carseat they have. Parents make risk assessments all the time so informed choice is important. Rant over ... And heat added

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