KinderKraft Comfort Up Group Group 1,2,3 Car Seat (Grey) Catalogue Number: Free delivery £42.95 @ Tesco
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KinderKraft Comfort Up Group Group 1,2,3 Car Seat (Grey) Catalogue Number: Free delivery £42.95 @ Tesco

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Found 14th Aug 2017
  • Suitable from 9kg to 36kg
  • Safety harness system
  • Side protection
Kinderkraft creates car seat with a view to ensure maximum safety and comfort for your infant whilst driving. All car seats are thoroughly tested and subjected to detailed technical inspection. This ensures that they meet safety approvals ECE R44 / 04 required in the European Union. This innovative product intended for up to three weight groups: 9 to 18 kg from 25 kg to 15 and from 22 to 36 kg. With the ability to disassemble the internal seat belts, designed for younger children, it can serve the family for many years.
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nitro2283 m ago

Cold. Forward facing seats are not safe in the event of an accident and …Cold. Forward facing seats are not safe in the event of an accident and should be banned.


Ok so should we all face backwards because it's unsafe facing forwards?
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Cold. Forward facing seats are not safe in the event of an accident and should be banned.
Original Poster
nitro2283 m ago

Cold. Forward facing seats are not safe in the event of an accident and …Cold. Forward facing seats are not safe in the event of an accident and should be banned.


Ok so should we all face backwards because it's unsafe facing forwards?
uptheclarets6 m ago

Ok so should we all face backwards because it's unsafe facing forwards?


Oh this made me chuckle. Heat added! Once i wake up I will be ordering two. Cheers Op
uptheclarets2 h, 41 m ago

Ok so should we all face backwards because it's unsafe facing forwards?


Dammit, you beat me to it.
How the hell do you fit anyone over 18 months rear facing unless they have no lower legs.
uptheclarets3 h, 37 m ago

Ok so should we all face backwards because it's unsafe facing forwards?

Well yes actually, and in the future we probably will. Far more people walk away from train crashes when they've been facing backwards than facing forwards.
When it's a child the difference is even more pronounced. Since the muscles in a child's neck and back take a long time to strengthen horrific spinal injuries are often sustained including internal decapitation in even low speed impacts. Rear facing seats are far safer.
nitro2285 h, 29 m ago

Cold. Forward facing seats are not safe in the event of an accident and …Cold. Forward facing seats are not safe in the event of an accident and should be banned.


To be more accurate
Forward facing seats not recommended in front passenger seat, because airbag may suffocate a baby or small child.
GoNz0-12 h, 11 m ago

Dammit, you beat me to it.How the hell do you fit anyone over 18 months …Dammit, you beat me to it.How the hell do you fit anyone over 18 months rear facing unless they have no lower legs.

Very easily. Older children don't sit rear facing in infant carrier-style baby seats, my 5 year old is perfectly happy rear facing and has plenty of space for her legs because the child seat is installed away from the backrest of the vehicle's back seat.
GoNz0-12 h, 34 m ago

Dammit, you beat me to it.How the hell do you fit anyone over 18 months …Dammit, you beat me to it.How the hell do you fit anyone over 18 months rear facing unless they have no lower legs.

Easy. Install seat in car, place child in seat. Do up straps.
There are plenty of seats that will easily keep a child rear facing comfortably until they are about 6 years old. And they are orders of magnitude safer than front facing seats should you be unfortunate/careless enough to be involved in an accident.
wansheet9 h, 51 m ago

To be more accurateForward facing seats not recommended in front passenger …To be more accurateForward facing seats not recommended in front passenger seat, because airbag may suffocate a baby or small child.

Erm, no. Nothing to do with airbags. It's to do with a child's neck not being strong enough to withstand the forces involved in a crash. A rear facing seat provides support to the whole spine and results in far fewer injuries.
If you want a dead or paralysed child then forward facing seats are perfect. If you like your children then rear facing is the way to go.
Up for info in this post. O wpuld never tought that rear facing is more protective with a baby, actually I didn`t know thata such seats exist..If the baby choke with something and is only you and him in the car.you cannot see it..or I`m missing osmething?
danflorin38 h, 50 m ago

Up for info in this post. O wpuld never tought that rear facing is more …Up for info in this post. O wpuld never tought that rear facing is more protective with a baby, actually I didn`t know thata such seats exist..If the baby choke with something and is only you and him in the car.you cannot see it..or I`m missing osmething?

What is a baby likely to choke on in a car? Unless you're feeding your baby whilst driving which is just daft anyway. They only have access to what you give them, so don't give them anything that they are likely to choke on.
A car seat has one sole purpose. To save a child's life in the event of a collision. Some are good at this, others not so good. Most, luckily won't ever be put to the test but should you be one of the unlucky ones will you still be pleased that you went for the cheapest option rather than the safest?....
nitro22816th Aug

What is a baby likely to choke on in a car? Unless you're feeding your …What is a baby likely to choke on in a car? Unless you're feeding your baby whilst driving which is just daft anyway. They only have access to what you give them, so don't give them anything that they are likely to choke on.A car seat has one sole purpose. To save a child's life in the event of a collision. Some are good at this, others not so good. Most, luckily won't ever be put to the test but should you be one of the unlucky ones will you still be pleased that you went for the cheapest option rather than the safest?....


I only want what is vest for baby..any links ?
I have 2 of the kinderkraft safetyfix seats, which look the same just with isofix. Excellent quality. Often on sale for about £50. Rear facing is safer on paper unless you get rear ended! Also most people don't have £400 to spend on a seat that they can only use for a year or two.
rhempstock5 h, 3 m ago

I have 2 of the kinderkraft safetyfix seats, which look the same just with …I have 2 of the kinderkraft safetyfix seats, which look the same just with isofix. Excellent quality. Often on sale for about £50. Rear facing is safer on paper unless you get rear ended! Also most people don't have £400 to spend on a seat that they can only use for a year or two.

Rear facing is not only safer on paper. In practice it is safer in almost all scenarios, especially getting rear ended.
Yes the seats are expensive compared to some but most will be suitable for a child up to 4 years, some up to six, so even at £400 it's not a huge cost per year.
I appreciate some people genuinely can't afford it but many will say they can't but then walk around with iPhones and designer pushchairs. It's about priorities really but when it comes to a machine for saving a child's life it's not an area I want to compromise on to save a few quid.
Rear facing police are at it again
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