Marvel Spiderman Beline SP Group 1-2-3 Car Seat £36.99 from kiddicare
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Marvel Spiderman Beline SP Group 1-2-3 Car Seat £36.99 from kiddicare

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Found 9th Aug 2017
The Marvel Spiderman Beline SP is a stylish and comfortable Group 123 high back booster which is suitable for children between 9-36kg (approx. 9 months to 11 years). It has a height adjustable head support with side impact protection which grows with your child.


It comes equipped with individual harness tensionners for extra security which ensure that both sides of the harness are tightened correctly and safely. There are also chest and buckle pads for comfort and safety. The cover is removable and hand washable.



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Features

Weight of Child: 9 to 36kg

Length (cm): 50

Material: High Density PolyEthylene and Polyester

Model: Beline

Direction of Travel: Forward

Character: Spiderman

Brand: Marvel

Age From: 9 Months - 11 Years

Backrest Reclines: No

Car Seat Accessories Included: Chest and buckle pads

Height (cm): 71

Car Seat Group: Group 1,2,3

Width (cm): 45

Weight: 4.55

Colour: Blue and Red

Car Seat Fitting Type: Belted



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I already have an iron man car seat, do you know if I can use both in the same car without civil war breaking out? Thanks.
When their own advertising wording starts with "stylish and comfortable" with no mention of safety you know what you're getting straight away....
Absolutely spot on had no issues and my son loves it
Under Regulations ECE R44 03 & 04, seats must, amongst other requirements, undergo frontal collision testing at a speed of 50km/h (31mph) and rear impact collision testing at 30km/h. In Supplement 16 of R44 04 (18.6mph) the seat is also subjected to a rollover test. All these tests are undertaken with dummies that represent the weight category of the child approved for the correct weight group of seat. Results of these tests must fall within the requirements of the Regulation.

These seats just pass this test, so if you are going to drive at these speeds all of the time, I reckon you will be OK.

If you've ever taken the foam sponge fabric cover off of these to seat what little construction there is to these generic moulded seats you will see how low the protection actually is.
Edited by: "TakenAtDawn" 9th Aug 2017
TakenAtDawn9th Aug

Under Regulations ECE R44 03 & 04, seats must, amongst other requirements, …Under Regulations ECE R44 03 & 04, seats must, amongst other requirements, undergo frontal collision testing at a speed of 50km/h (31mph) and rear impact collision testing at 30km/h. In Supplement 16 of R44 04 (18.6mph) the seat is also subjected to a rollover test. All these tests are undertaken with dummies that represent the weight category of the child approved for the correct weight group of seat. Results of these tests must fall within the requirements of the Regulation.These seats just pass this test, so if you are going to drive at these speeds all of the time, I reckon you will be OK. If you've ever taken the foam sponge fabric cover off of these to seat what little construction there is to these generic moulded seats you will see how low the protection actually is.

^^^ exactly this, plus the lack of side impact testing so ensure you have a word with whoever is going to drive into you and request they don't do it from the side!

Read any reviews and they're probably all fantastic with "my kid loves the design" and "it's easy to move between cars" style comments but do a bit more research and buy a hbb that has been tested to more than the minimum standards.

Also these seats do not offer anywhere near adequate protection for 9 months old babies as advertised.
Edited by: "laurieleigh" 11th Aug 2017
TakenAtDawn9th Aug

Under Regulations ECE R44 03 & 04, seats must, amongst other requirements, …Under Regulations ECE R44 03 & 04, seats must, amongst other requirements, undergo frontal collision testing at a speed of 50km/h (31mph) and rear impact collision testing at 30km/h. In Supplement 16 of R44 04 (18.6mph) the seat is also subjected to a rollover test. All these tests are undertaken with dummies that represent the weight category of the child approved for the correct weight group of seat. Results of these tests must fall within the requirements of the Regulation.These seats just pass this test, so if you are going to drive at these speeds all of the time, I reckon you will be OK. If you've ever taken the foam sponge fabric cover off of these to seat what little construction there is to these generic moulded seats you will see how low the protection actually is.

The tests are actually not very good at all. The test only measures the movement of the child and not the forces transferred to the child's neck and spine. Even at low speeds in a forward facing seat these forces are huge, and enough to cause horrific injuries. Anyone buying one of these seats (or the equivalent with Mickey Mouse etc on them) needs there head tested.
Yes the child might think it's fun but safety should always be the priority.
If you want to keep you child safe look for a rear facing seat that has passed the swedish plus test.

Maybe they could bring out a range of Marvel/Disney wheelchairs for children left paralysed as a result of moronic parents buying seats like this.
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