Marvel Spiderman Racer SP Group 1-2-3 Car Seat now £29.99 (+£2.99 Del - Free Del over £50) @ Kiddicare (others Car Seats Reduced in Comments)
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Marvel Spiderman Racer SP Group 1-2-3 Car Seat now £29.99 (+£2.99 Del - Free Del over £50) @ Kiddicare (others Car Seats Reduced in Comments)

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Found 28th Jul 2016
Thought this a FAB price, it's not to be confused with the group 2/3 booster seat which usually retails for around £39.99, this is the group 1/2/3 with harness which is between £48 - £60 elsewhere with excellent reviews across the net.
They seem to have a few car seats / booster seats on offer at the mo, will pop a few links in the 1st post inc Graco Junior Maxi Sport Group 2 3 Car Seat in Pink was £49.99 now £29.99

The Marvel Spiderman Racer SP is suitable for children between 9-36kg and used forward facing. It is lightweight and portable and is secured in the car using the adult seat belt. It has a height adjustable head support that grows with you child which has side impact protection.
It comes equipped with individual harness tensioners which help to make sure that both sides of the harness are at the correct tension. With characters from the film in the cover design, this seat will delight followers of the Disney hit!
Features
Age From: 9 Months - 11 Years
Brand: Marvel / Character: Spiderman
Direction of Travel: Forward
Weight of Child: 9 to 36kg
Width (cm): 45 Height (cm): 70
Car Seat Group: Group 1/2/3

Delivery is £2.99 unless your order is £49.99 or more when it becomes free. They do have a sale on, so it may be well worth browse to see if anything else catches your eye
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Brilliant find great price heat added
No isofix - cold, regardless hoe cheap it is.
BenderRodriguez

No isofix - cold, regardless hoe cheap it is.


lol, you are joking right ?:p
flamethrower

lol, you are joking right ?:p



Not really, unless you're not very fond of your children.
flamethrower

lol, you are joking right ?:p


What do you mean by this? Is it dangerous?
Need a new car seat buy I also only buy isofix ones. Good prices if you don't mind belted ones though.
sbutang

What do you mean by this? Is it dangerous?


non isofix seats are fine. it's the seatbelt that keeps you from moving, not the seat.
You always get stupid safety comments when things like this are posted. Give it a while and the rear facing brigade will be here too.
fireman1

non isofix seats are fine. it's the seatbelt that keeps you from moving, … non isofix seats are fine. it's the seatbelt that keeps you from moving, not the seat. You always get stupid safety comments when things like this are posted. Give it a while and the rear facing brigade will be here too.



I actually agree with both comments. Isofix are safer but the seats are more expensive. But isofix from a certain age then also use the cars seat belt to hold the child but by having a separate fixing point don't use the seat belt to hold the weight of the seat and child.
ISPY for £5 off
7% cash back through quidco too
BenderRodriguez

Not really, unless you're not very fond of your children.


I thought only newer cars had isofix? I have a 2002 civic and I thought I'd read that they wouldn't accommodate isofix only seats?
enjoy_mush

I thought only newer cars had isofix? I have a 2002 civic and I thought … I thought only newer cars had isofix? I have a 2002 civic and I thought I'd read that they wouldn't accommodate isofix only seats?



My 2004 Civic had one in the back seats, perhaps not all trim levels had it as standard but check for it. In some cars all mounting holes are there and all you need are brackets, £15-30 from a dealer.

Why spend more on a seat with it?

Studies show that nearly 40% of child seats are fitted incorrectly with a seatbelt. Are you definitely, 100% sure you're doing it right every single time? I'm not.. Do you always check after your kid strapped himself when you're running late for school?

I've tried few non-isofix seats and those damn things move around in corners. If it leans on a roundabout, what will happen when someone hits your car?

They're still way better than a booster cushions which should be made illegal if you ask me. But isofix seat costs only £50-100 compared to a standard model. 1-2-3 group seat will last for at least 8 years, is it really worth taking a risk?
BenderRodriguez

My 2004 Civic had one in the back seats, perhaps not all trim levels had … My 2004 Civic had one in the back seats, perhaps not all trim levels had it as standard but check for it. In some cars all mounting holes are there and all you need are brackets, £15-30 from a dealer.Why spend more on a seat with it?Studies show that nearly 40% of child seats are fitted incorrectly with a seatbelt. Are you definitely, 100% sure you're doing it right every single time? I'm not.. Do you always check after your kid strapped himself when you're running late for school? I've tried few non-isofix seats and those damn things move around in corners. If it leans on a roundabout, what will happen when someone hits your car?They're still way better than a booster cushions which should be made illegal if you ask me. But isofix seat costs only £50-100 compared to a standard model. 1-2-3 group seat will last for at least 8 years, is it really worth taking a risk?


I have no doubt you're right about the isofix, and I'm onboard with the cost being worth it. What I'm asking, is are all cars compatible with isofix? If I'm able to, I'll definitely get it
enjoy_mush

I have no doubt you're right about the isofix, and I'm onboard with the … I have no doubt you're right about the isofix, and I'm onboard with the cost being worth it. What I'm asking, is are all cars compatible with isofix? If I'm able to, I'll definitely get it



Not all, but you can use seatbelt too and by the time your child weights 36kg you'll change your car twice.
Graco is £49.99??
The pink Graco is still at £49.99 not £29.99 as stated above
enjoy_mush

I thought only newer cars had isofix? I have a 2002 civic and I thought … I thought only newer cars had isofix? I have a 2002 civic and I thought I'd read that they wouldn't accommodate isofix only seats?



We had a y reg civic which did have isofix. If I remember correctly it didn't call it isofix in the manual though.
Isofix is only worth while before they use a high back booster. Once they're onto that the seatbelt does 100% of the work and the Isofix is just there.
sbutang

What do you mean by this? Is it dangerous?



Isofix reduces chance of human error but a belted rear facing seat is safest,
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