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Maxi-Cosi Rodi XP FIX Child Car Seat, ISOFIX Booster Car Seat, Lightweight, 3.5-12 Years, 15-36 kg, Night Black £75 at Amazon
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Maxi-Cosi Rodi XP FIX Child Car Seat, ISOFIX Booster Car Seat, Lightweight, 3.5-12 Years, 15-36 kg, Night Black £75 at Amazon

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Maxi-Cosi Rodi XP FIX Child Car Seat, ISOFIX Booster Car Seat, Lightweight, 3.5-12 Years, 15-36 kg, Night Black

Was looking for a car seat for the boy, and this come up. Seems a good price for a isofix car seat. Looks like it is around £90 with other retailers.
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Iv'e got this. It's light and easy to remove etc. but it's not great. The "sleep' (ie to make it incline so your child can sleep) mode means the seat slides around when you take a corner (if not attached via ISOFIX. Seatbelt over the waist doesn't fit that great on the seat. Cold for me
Cold from me, if you want the ISO FIX then the Britax Römer DISCOVERY SL is available for £59.99.
That’s a shame. I read reviews on various sites and reviews seem mainly pretty positive. If anyone has any suggestions for a comparable isofix seat at similar price let me know please
Good price but there’s a recurring theme in reviews about how hard the seat is and on Amazon comparison chart it indicates no facility to recline the seat.
KW25219/01/2020 10:23

Good price but there’s a recurring theme in reviews about how hard the s …Good price but there’s a recurring theme in reviews about how hard the seat is and on Amazon comparison chart it indicates no facility to recline the seat.



Do any group 2-3 seats offer recline position?
I voted hot, as money do not matter when is about your child safety, but I agree with a comment above, Britax for £60 may be a better deal. However, it depends of the model, Isofix is not the only feature to consider.
We had 4 of the previous model (2 in each car) which didn't include ISOFIX and they were great seats.

Held their value well when they grow out of them and you can sell on
toonarmani19/01/2020 10:38

We had 4 of the previous model (2 in each car) which didn't include ISOFIX …We had 4 of the previous model (2 in each car) which didn't include ISOFIX and they were great seats. Held their value well when they grow out of them and you can sell on


We had this too for our eldest and my 5yr old now uses. Great, light seat that also easily splits in 2 segments for almost flat packing away in a boot if regular car seat space needed in an emergency
mw7719/01/2020 10:23

That’s a shame. I read reviews on various sites and reviews seem mainly p …That’s a shame. I read reviews on various sites and reviews seem mainly pretty positive. If anyone has any suggestions for a comparable isofix seat at similar price let me know please


Stick with the maxi-cosi
Are these seats considered wide or narrow?

I ask because I would like two and still have space for non isofixed seat in the middle.
Isofix isn't great above group 1/2 seats. Isofix is only rated to 33Kg combined child/seat weight. So once your child is 5 or 6 the isofix system will not do much in case of an accident
_sion19/01/2020 11:07

Isofix isn't great above group 1/2 seats. Isofix is only rated to 33Kg …Isofix isn't great above group 1/2 seats. Isofix is only rated to 33Kg combined child/seat weight. So once your child is 5 or 6 the isofix system will not do much in case of an accident


but it should keep the seat in place when no child is in the car.
_sion19/01/2020 11:07

Isofix isn't great above group 1/2 seats. Isofix is only rated to 33Kg …Isofix isn't great above group 1/2 seats. Isofix is only rated to 33Kg combined child/seat weight. So once your child is 5 or 6 the isofix system will not do much in case of an accident


They are held in by seatbelt on this seat and not a harness so isofix doesn’t hold them in what ever the child’s age.
mw7719/01/2020 13:33

They are held in by seatbelt on this seat and not a harness so isofix …They are held in by seatbelt on this seat and not a harness so isofix doesn’t hold them in what ever the child’s age.


There are definitely isofix clamps on the pictured seat. They're bright yellow on the rear of the base.
OnPoint19/01/2020 13:02

but it should keep the seat in place when no child is in the car.


Absolutely, as would a seat belt holding a car seat in place. I only found out the weight limit of isofix recently when trying to get a 2/3 seat for my son. I've had rotating isofix car seats that must have weighed half the weight limit,
_sion19/01/2020 13:47

There are definitely isofix clamps on the pictured seat. They're bright …There are definitely isofix clamps on the pictured seat. They're bright yellow on the rear of the base.


Sorry, what I said wasn’t clear. I meant the children are secured by the cars seat belt, not by a harness attached to the car seat, as stage 1 car seats would be with a harness. Due to this is guess the weight limit of isofix has no bearing as it is the car seat belt which takes the weight of an impact. So regardless of age/weight of the child, isofix on this seat provides no added safety, it just holds the seat in place.
Paid more than this for the non-ISOFIX version 15 years ago. Great seat.
I have the non isofix version, actually had 4 at one point and sold them all on but the one. I've just taken it on holiday and its brilliant as its light. Seat belt is fine and my kids find it comfortable.

However, depending on the cars seat angle when my child falls asleep his head does rock forward and back. Still love it though, as we dont use it for long journeys anymore.
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