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Mothercare madrid combination rear and forward-facing car seat birth to 18kgs (approximately 4 years) £40 Free C+C at Mothercare

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Posted 16th Nov 2018
Thought this was a good deal for a well reviewed Group 0 - 1 car seat as reduced by £60 in the Black Friday Sale Available in Black or Red. Free C+C or £3.95 delivery.




Features and benefits for mothercare madrid combination car seat - red
  • group 0+ / 1 combination car seat
  • suitable for rearward facing travel from birth to 10kg/20lbs then must be used in a forward facing position
  • forward facing is suitable from 9kg to18kg (approx 9 months to 4 years)
  • 3 seat recline positions and a 5-point harness with individual harness tensioners for added safety
  • easy to adjust straps – simply pull down on each shoulder strap to


    tighten and to loosen, hold the shoulder strap buckle and push the


    button whilst pulling towards you
  • deep wide wings with side impact protection
  • head cushion and chest and buckle pads for comfort
  • removable body support cushion for younger children
  • secured in your vehicle with a 3-point seatbelt only (please note:


    the madrid does not have an isofix base and cannot be secured with a lap


    belt)
  • when fitting forward facing - open the red clips by simply pushing


    the paddle at the bottom of the clip and pull back up to close
  • the car seat base cannot be unattached from the seat
  • the madrid is a universal car seat which is compatible with most


    cars – please visit your nearest mothercare store for a demonstration


    and car fitting to ensure compatibility
  • certified United Nations standard ECE R44/04
  • Free 2 year guarantee
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ontheqt16/11/2018 09:33

for £20 more you can get a group one, two, three with isofix and a Which? …for £20 more you can get a group one, two, three with isofix and a Which? best buy



for three or for more words you could have told us which one it is!
Its not worth spending £40 on this seat. It can only be used rear facing until the baby weighs 10kg, which is a lower limit than the 13kg you get with an infant carrier.

It also doesn’t have a great recline when rear facing, and when you add that to the slope of your vehicle seats it makes the seat too upright for a young baby.

It rarely fits well when rear facing, and isn’t the best forward either. It’s got quite a wide flat base, which doesn’t sit well on sculpted vehicle seats.

It’s also just a generic Chinese-made seat which is available from many other places with a different cover on (I have an identical one for my work as an independent child seat advisor, it’s a Fisher Price one but exactly the same seat as this Mothercare one). Yes it passes the requirements of the R44/04 regulations, but they are very basic standards and it’s much better to go for a seat from a branded manufacturer which far exceeds those minimum safety standards.

For a comparable but much safer seat look for the Joie Tilt. That one stays rear facing to 18kg. It’s important to try it in your car though as it won’t work unless the buckles in your car are embedded into the seat and right back at the crease where the backrest meets the flat part that you sit on.
AdilMahboob22 m ago

You seem to know your stuff. Would you recommend the Joie 360 spin that's …You seem to know your stuff. Would you recommend the Joie 360 spin that's been on HUKD a few times? It sounds super useful when trying to get the little ones in and out of the car. Big jump in price relative to these seats though.


It is a great seat, you’d just need to keep in mind the fact that if your baby is on the upper centiles of the weight charts (and therefore big for their age) they might grow out of it before they are a safe age to move into a high backed booster with just the seatbelt across them.

The legal minimum weight for using a high backed booster is 15kg, so you wouldn’t be breaking the law putting an 18kg three year old in one, but mentally they probably wouldn’t be mature enough to sit still and upright for the entire journey and not touch the seatbelt buckle or put their arm over the seatbelt. Physically too their pelvic bones aren’t fully formed until about age 5, so the child would be at risk of sliding under the seatbelt in a collision and suffering internal abdominal injuries.

But other than that restriction the Joie Spin is one I would have considered myself if it had been around when my children were younger. My two cousins have it for their babies/toddlers.
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for £20 more you can get a group one, two, three with isofix and a Which? best buy
ontheqt16/11/2018 09:33

for £20 more you can get a group one, two, three with isofix and a Which? …for £20 more you can get a group one, two, three with isofix and a Which? best buy



Hi. Would you direct me to one please? Thanks.
Its not worth spending £40 on this seat. It can only be used rear facing until the baby weighs 10kg, which is a lower limit than the 13kg you get with an infant carrier.

It also doesn’t have a great recline when rear facing, and when you add that to the slope of your vehicle seats it makes the seat too upright for a young baby.

It rarely fits well when rear facing, and isn’t the best forward either. It’s got quite a wide flat base, which doesn’t sit well on sculpted vehicle seats.

It’s also just a generic Chinese-made seat which is available from many other places with a different cover on (I have an identical one for my work as an independent child seat advisor, it’s a Fisher Price one but exactly the same seat as this Mothercare one). Yes it passes the requirements of the R44/04 regulations, but they are very basic standards and it’s much better to go for a seat from a branded manufacturer which far exceeds those minimum safety standards.

For a comparable but much safer seat look for the Joie Tilt. That one stays rear facing to 18kg. It’s important to try it in your car though as it won’t work unless the buckles in your car are embedded into the seat and right back at the crease where the backrest meets the flat part that you sit on.
ontheqt16/11/2018 09:33

for £20 more you can get a group one, two, three with isofix and a Which? …for £20 more you can get a group one, two, three with isofix and a Which? best buy



for three or for more words you could have told us which one it is!
andreah90316/11/2018 10:14

Its not worth spending £40 on this seat. It can only be used rear facing …Its not worth spending £40 on this seat. It can only be used rear facing until the baby weighs 10kg, which is a lower limit than the 13kg you get with an infant carrier. It also doesn’t have a great recline when rear facing, and when you add that to the slope of your vehicle seats it makes the seat too upright for a young baby. It rarely fits well when rear facing, and isn’t the best forward either. It’s got quite a wide flat base, which doesn’t sit well on sculpted vehicle seats. It’s also just a generic Chinese-made seat which is available from many other places with a different cover on (I have an identical one for my work as an independent child seat advisor, it’s a Fisher Price one but exactly the same seat as this Mothercare one). Yes it passes the requirements of the R44/04 regulations, but they are very basic standards and it’s much better to go for a seat from a branded manufacturer which far exceeds those minimum safety standards. For a comparable but much safer seat look for the Joie Tilt. That one stays rear facing to 18kg. It’s important to try it in your car though as it won’t work unless the buckles in your car are embedded into the seat and right back at the crease where the backrest meets the flat part that you sit on.


While I am no reviewer and I am sure we all as parents want the best for our children. I posted this one because 473 other parents gave it either a five or four star review so it cannot be all bad. Also the store offers a demonstration / fitting service to see how it fits and works in your car .
Edited by: "Sysman2000" 16th Nov 2018
honeybags22516/11/2018 10:21

for three or for more words you could have told us which one it is!


Nania I-MAX SP Isofix group one up to four years 4* front and side, group 2/3 as a booster up to 12 years side 4* front 3* . Putting this in context which? Test at higher speed than the normal safety standards for car seats is done at. The absolute which Best Buy for a group 1 gets 4* for safety a group 1,2,3 gets 4* for safety. This seat is less safe for frontle crashes at 3* for four plus age Considering how expensive isofix seats are, even if you just use to 4years of age, this seat is a bargain. direct.asda.com/geo…tml
J166A2 h, 0 m ago

Hi. Would you direct me to one please? Thanks.


Nania I-MAX SP Isofix group one up to four years 4* front and side, group 2/3 as a booster up to 12 years side 4* front 3* . Putting this in context which? Test at higher speed than the normal safety standards for car seats is done at. The absolute which Best Buy for a group 1 gets 4* for safety a group 1,2,3 gets 4* for safety. This seat is less safe for frontle crashes at 3* for four plus age Considering how expensive isofix seats are, even if you just use to 4years of age, this seat is a bargain. direct.asda.com/geo…tml
Sysman20003 h, 55 m ago

While I am no reviewer and I am sure we all as parents want the best for …While I am no reviewer and I am sure we all as parents want the best for our children. I posted this one because 473 other parents gave it either a five or four star review so it cannot be all bad. Also the store offers a demonstration / fitting service to see how it fits and works in your car .


If you’d rather take the word of parents who are putting 6 month olds forward facing in this seat, or mostly commenting that it seems comfy or the colour is nice that’s fine.

The fitting advice you will get in Mothercare is patchy at best (if you do get a member of staff who knows what they are talking about it’s because they have a personal interest in child seat safety, not because of any Mothercare training they may have had) and in some cases can be potentially misleading and unsafe.
ontheqt16/11/2018 09:33

for £20 more you can get a group one, two, three with isofix and a Which? …for £20 more you can get a group one, two, three with isofix and a Which? best buy


It’s not a Best Buy
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This is the independent testing on the Nania seat adac.de/inf…rue (use Google Chrome if you can’t read German!)
DO NOT BUY THIS CAR SEAT
it is rubbish as will all generic seats like this
andreah9033 h, 36 m ago

It’s not a Best Buy [Image]


Sorry meant to say has the same safety rating as the which Best Buy as a group one seat
Personally had this seat for over a year. Doesn't fit very well rear facing but is fine forward facing and tilt is an added bonus.
lynseyking16/11/2018 16:10

DO NOT BUY THIS CAR SEAT it is rubbish as will all generic seats like this


I take it you have this and have used it yourself? Or are you just talking generically?
Edited by: "Maverick77" 16th Nov 2018
andreah90316/11/2018 10:14

Its not worth spending £40 on this seat. It can only be used rear facing …Its not worth spending £40 on this seat. It can only be used rear facing until the baby weighs 10kg, which is a lower limit than the 13kg you get with an infant carrier. It also doesn’t have a great recline when rear facing, and when you add that to the slope of your vehicle seats it makes the seat too upright for a young baby. It rarely fits well when rear facing, and isn’t the best forward either. It’s got quite a wide flat base, which doesn’t sit well on sculpted vehicle seats. It’s also just a generic Chinese-made seat which is available from many other places with a different cover on (I have an identical one for my work as an independent child seat advisor, it’s a Fisher Price one but exactly the same seat as this Mothercare one). Yes it passes the requirements of the R44/04 regulations, but they are very basic standards and it’s much better to go for a seat from a branded manufacturer which far exceeds those minimum safety standards. For a comparable but much safer seat look for the Joie Tilt. That one stays rear facing to 18kg. It’s important to try it in your car though as it won’t work unless the buckles in your car are embedded into the seat and right back at the crease where the backrest meets the flat part that you sit on.


You seem to know your stuff. Would you recommend the Joie 360 spin that's been on HUKD a few times? It sounds super useful when trying to get the little ones in and out of the car. Big jump in price relative to these seats though.
AdilMahboob22 m ago

You seem to know your stuff. Would you recommend the Joie 360 spin that's …You seem to know your stuff. Would you recommend the Joie 360 spin that's been on HUKD a few times? It sounds super useful when trying to get the little ones in and out of the car. Big jump in price relative to these seats though.


It is a great seat, you’d just need to keep in mind the fact that if your baby is on the upper centiles of the weight charts (and therefore big for their age) they might grow out of it before they are a safe age to move into a high backed booster with just the seatbelt across them.

The legal minimum weight for using a high backed booster is 15kg, so you wouldn’t be breaking the law putting an 18kg three year old in one, but mentally they probably wouldn’t be mature enough to sit still and upright for the entire journey and not touch the seatbelt buckle or put their arm over the seatbelt. Physically too their pelvic bones aren’t fully formed until about age 5, so the child would be at risk of sliding under the seatbelt in a collision and suffering internal abdominal injuries.

But other than that restriction the Joie Spin is one I would have considered myself if it had been around when my children were younger. My two cousins have it for their babies/toddlers.
andreah90316/11/2018 10:14

Its not worth spending £40 on this seat. It can only be used rear facing …Its not worth spending £40 on this seat. It can only be used rear facing until the baby weighs 10kg, which is a lower limit than the 13kg you get with an infant carrier. It also doesn’t have a great recline when rear facing, and when you add that to the slope of your vehicle seats it makes the seat too upright for a young baby. It rarely fits well when rear facing, and isn’t the best forward either. It’s got quite a wide flat base, which doesn’t sit well on sculpted vehicle seats. It’s also just a generic Chinese-made seat which is available from many other places with a different cover on (I have an identical one for my work as an independent child seat advisor, it’s a Fisher Price one but exactly the same seat as this Mothercare one). Yes it passes the requirements of the R44/04 regulations, but they are very basic standards and it’s much better to go for a seat from a branded manufacturer which far exceeds those minimum safety standards. For a comparable but much safer seat look for the Joie Tilt. That one stays rear facing to 18kg. It’s important to try it in your car though as it won’t work unless the buckles in your car are embedded into the seat and right back at the crease where the backrest meets the flat part that you sit on.


You seem quite knowledgable about car seats. May I ask your opinion on another seat I’m looking at please?

pramworld.co.uk/bri…BwE
sumz0117/11/2018 07:59

You seem quite knowledgable about car seats. May I ask your opinion on …You seem quite knowledgable about car seats. May I ask your opinion on another seat I’m looking at please? http://www.pramworld.co.uk/britax-romer-dualfix-moonlight-blue?gclid=CjwKCAiA8rnfBRB3EiwAhrhBGgb7kjzHfl06dTotkDZDfknXmty24-_NH6OkCF7xkbWcvtJm_V9TTRoCmnUQAvD_BwE#fo_c=743&fo_k=912380b69be575aca5b4348623f06065&fo_s=gplauk


Again, another good seat but this one is a little short in height. So a tall child definitely won’t last until age 4 in it, sometimes outgrown by height before the child gets to 18kg.

There are new I-size versions of the Dualfix that are longer up the back of the seat and take a child up to 105cm (the new I-size regulation is all done on height, although the seats do still have weight limits even though this sometimes isn’t advertised), but they are more expensive.

105cm has been decided on as the height of an average 4 year old for the new I-size regulation.
I personally think it's a great seat! I'm a childminder and have 2. Fits securely in my smax with no movement when fitted correctly. Decent recline.....unlike the high back 5 point harnest one!! Seat cover comes off for washing and fits back on well.
Please people take Andreah903’s advice and DO NOT buy this seat! She seems to know lots about car seats. Do your research in addition to make sure you keep your babies and children safe. The low is not always safe, it is just a minimum you should have for your children. Keeping them rear-facing as long as possible is the safest. If your child is below the 50th centile for hight and weight you could buy a seat which rear facing to 18kg, and if your small one is above that there are seats which rear face to 25kg. In both case I would go to get a 25kg seat just to be on the safe side. PLEASE DO YOUR RESEARCH for the safety of your children!
dawnsmith56 m ago

I personally think it's a great seat! I'm a childminder and have 2. Fits …I personally think it's a great seat! I'm a childminder and have 2. Fits securely in my smax with no movement when fitted correctly. Decent recline.....unlike the high back 5 point harnest one!! Seat cover comes off for washing and fits back on well.


Its might be comfortable but thats not the point. It is very unsafe in an accident compared to an extended rear facing seat.
honeybags22516/11/2018 10:21

for three or for more words you could have told us which one it is!


My god. You win the Internet!! Hands-down.
andreah90317/11/2018 08:37

Again, another good seat but this one is a little short in height. So a …Again, another good seat but this one is a little short in height. So a tall child definitely won’t last until age 4 in it, sometimes outgrown by height before the child gets to 18kg. There are new I-size versions of the Dualfix that are longer up the back of the seat and take a child up to 105cm (the new I-size regulation is all done on height, although the seats do still have weight limits even though this sometimes isn’t advertised), but they are more expensive. 105cm has been decided on as the height of an average 4 year old for the new I-size regulation.


I Need to get two seats so can't really spend too much. I usually pay and get britax brand so apart from the height it's ok you think?
sumz0117/11/2018 11:04

I Need to get two seats so can't really spend too much. I usually pay and …I Need to get two seats so can't really spend too much. I usually pay and get britax brand so apart from the height it's ok you think?


sumz01 wrote:
I Need to get two seats so can’t really spend too much. I usually pay and get britax brand so apart from the height it’s ok you think?

How much is the Britax one? And how old is your little one and what centile is he/she on for weight and hight? I think one of the best seat on the ‘cheaper’ side is the Axkid Move. It would take you to the safe age for HBB - if fits your car. If you can stretch your budget a little bit you could look the Axkid Minikid which has a self adjusting harness, and a bit easier to fit. There is offer on the Minikid till Black Friday. Hope this helps. Andreah might have more recommendations I only know this seat well.
sumz0117/11/2018 11:04

I Need to get two seats so can't really spend too much. I usually pay and …I Need to get two seats so can't really spend too much. I usually pay and get britax brand so apart from the height it's ok you think?


Yes, it’s ok. Good in fact. The big manufacturers like Britax etc who make their own seats have their own in-house testing facilities. The extra money you pay for branded seats isn’t just paying for the image, it’s paying for the build quality, in-house testing and general expertise. That said I do think some branded seats are at the upper end of what I’d call an acceptable price point!

This seat is also amazing, and goes to 25kg and a height of about 115-120cm pramworld.co.uk/bri…lue It’s fitted with the seatbelt and two straps that tie it down to either the rails that the front seat slides on or the front seat itself. Once the straps are in place it’s so simple to fit.
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andreah90317/11/2018 11:24

Yes, it’s ok. Good in fact. The big manufacturers like Britax etc who make …Yes, it’s ok. Good in fact. The big manufacturers like Britax etc who make their own seats have their own in-house testing facilities. The extra money you pay for branded seats isn’t just paying for the image, it’s paying for the build quality, in-house testing and general expertise. That said I do think some branded seats are at the upper end of what I’d call an acceptable price point! This seat is also amazing, and goes to 25kg and a height of about 115-120cm http://www.pramworld.co.uk/britax-romer-max-way-black-series-ocean-blue#.W-_5WhanyEc It’s fitted with the seatbelt and two straps that tie it down to either the rails that the front seat slides on or the front seat itself. Once the straps are in place it’s so simple to fit. [Image]


I Think I'd struggle to get that in my car It will need to be on the window side on a BMW 3 series and they are very roomy. The reason I thought of the britax was it spins and it should help getting my 1 yr old in and out for the school runs.
tuncsi17/11/2018 11:24

sumz01 wrote: I Need to get two seats so can’t really spend too much. I u …sumz01 wrote: I Need to get two seats so can’t really spend too much. I usually pay and get britax brand so apart from the height it’s ok you think?How much is the Britax one? And how old is your little one and what centile is he/she on for weight and hight? I think one of the best seat on the ‘cheaper’ side is the Axkid Move. It would take you to the safe age for HBB - if fits your car. If you can stretch your budget a little bit you could look the Axkid Minikid which has a self adjusting harness, and a bit easier to fit. There is offer on the Minikid till Black Friday. Hope this helps. Andreah might have more recommendations I only know this seat well.


They are around 230 and my baby is now 16 MTHS and still well below the 13 kg limit for the hand carry type car seat which he is still in lol. He's in the middle centile.
dont buy this seat it has just passed the 30 mph crash test as if you had a crash at 30 or more the chances are your child or baby will go flying please people do your reseach before looking at price tags joie do better testing to sweden testing which is higher than the uk and also if you have facebook a-z of rear facing is a good group to join on car seats
sumz0112 m ago

They are around 230 and my baby is now 16 MTHS and still well below the 13 …They are around 230 and my baby is now 16 MTHS and still well below the 13 kg limit for the hand carry type car seat which he is still in lol. He's in the middle centile.


These seats has smaller shell next to their legs so it is much easier to put children in them than it is to an infant carrier. Also when they get a bit older they can climb into them. If you have bad back or some other condition I can see a spin seat would be helpful otherwise I think a 25 kg seat with a high back is always the best as you can use for longer. Axkid seats also passed the Swedish plus test which is I think the strictest test out there. It is a bit of mindfield, I found the more I researched the more confused I got. I was only looking plus tested seats and the main point for me was the longevity as my children are tall.
sumz011 h, 11 m ago

I Think I'd struggle to get that in my car It will need to be on the …I Think I'd struggle to get that in my car It will need to be on the window side on a BMW 3 series and they are very roomy. The reason I thought of the britax was it spins and it should help getting my 1 yr old in and out for the school runs.


It’s actually quite compact, in my photo it’s installed away from the backrest of the car’s back seat as my daughter was 5 when we were using it. Plus I’ve also got the vehicle seat that it’s installed on pulled forward (my seats all slide like the front ones do) so that’s why it looks like it takes loads of space.

You can make it fit a small space, I’ve noticed someone on our street has a Max Way installed behind the driver in a 63 plate Ford Focus and they are not roomy cars.

Anyway, I just thought it was worth pointing out for the amazing price!
Edited by: "andreah903" 17th Nov 2018
Oos
Bought this seat for my newborn, only to be told by the staff that it was unsafe for newborns as straps didn't tighten enough over the shoulder and was also told that they had NEVER seen the seat sit correctly in any car in the rearward position. I was told to hold onto it until my baby was one!!!! Needless to say I returned it. I sent in a complaint about it stating it was a "from birth" seat that's not suitable from birth and they sent me a £15 gift card? I wanted the seat re-categorised really.
Shame because you think mothercare would be reliable.
Beware.
andreah90316/11/2018 10:14

Its not worth spending £40 on this seat. It can only be used rear facing …Its not worth spending £40 on this seat. It can only be used rear facing until the baby weighs 10kg, which is a lower limit than the 13kg you get with an infant carrier. It also doesn’t have a great recline when rear facing, and when you add that to the slope of your vehicle seats it makes the seat too upright for a young baby. It rarely fits well when rear facing, and isn’t the best forward either. It’s got quite a wide flat base, which doesn’t sit well on sculpted vehicle seats. It’s also just a generic Chinese-made seat which is available from many other places with a different cover on (I have an identical one for my work as an independent child seat advisor, it’s a Fisher Price one but exactly the same seat as this Mothercare one). Yes it passes the requirements of the R44/04 regulations, but they are very basic standards and it’s much better to go for a seat from a branded manufacturer which far exceeds those minimum safety standards. For a comparable but much safer seat look for the Joie Tilt. That one stays rear facing to 18kg. It’s important to try it in your car though as it won’t work unless the buckles in your car are embedded into the seat and right back at the crease where the backrest meets the flat part that you sit on.


What is your best suggestion for 1 year plus baby ?
andreah90317/11/2018 11:24

Yes, it’s ok. Good in fact. The big manufacturers like Britax etc who make …Yes, it’s ok. Good in fact. The big manufacturers like Britax etc who make their own seats have their own in-house testing facilities. The extra money you pay for branded seats isn’t just paying for the image, it’s paying for the build quality, in-house testing and general expertise. That said I do think some branded seats are at the upper end of what I’d call an acceptable price point! This seat is also amazing, and goes to 25kg and a height of about 115-120cm http://www.pramworld.co.uk/britax-romer-max-way-black-series-ocean-blue#.W-_5WhanyEc It’s fitted with the seatbelt and two straps that tie it down to either the rails that the front seat slides on or the front seat itself. Once the straps are in place it’s so simple to fit. [Image]



Is it better to have isofix or are seatbelt fitted seats as safe? We have been given a BeSafe Izi Kid as a next stage seat (which I understand was very expensive when new) but it’s the older, seatbelt version.
Got this for £40 18montgs ago
andrewdoxa21 h, 15 m ago

dont buy this seat it has just passed the 30 mph crash test as if you had …dont buy this seat it has just passed the 30 mph crash test as if you had a crash at 30 or more the chances are your child or baby will go flying please people do your reseach before looking at price tags joie do better testing to sweden testing which is higher than the uk and also if you have facebook a-z of rear facing is a good group to join on car seats


It doesn't feel very secure. Seat fits kinda wobbly and feels like it's going to come off. Son can take off shoulder straps easily
Mohi.Uddin8 h, 20 m ago

What is your best suggestion for 1 year plus baby ?


Anything rear facing, up to 18kg for an ‘average’ baby or with a 25kg limit for a bigger toddler. Your aim in life should be to keep them rear facing to at least age 4, and as long as possible after that! I did try to post my own deal about the Britax Max Way but they refused it as self promotion! Just to be clear I don’t sell child seats, I don’t work for any retailer who sells child seats, this is just a ‘passionate hobby’ that I don’t make any money out of. I am a finance manager in real life!
Joie seats are good and the most affordable rear facing seats.
Edited by: "andreah903" 18th Nov 2018
cazziecaz18/11/2018 08:49

Is it better to have isofix or are seatbelt fitted seats as safe? We have …Is it better to have isofix or are seatbelt fitted seats as safe? We have been given a BeSafe Izi Kid as a next stage seat (which I understand was very expensive when new) but it’s the older, seatbelt version.


Isofix is just a simpler method of fitting child seats, not a safer one. Ever since I’ve had three children I’ve had a car with three sets of isofix points in the middle row (it’s a 7 seater) but I have never used them! Well I do have an isofix high backed booster, but that’s simply because then you don’t have to remember to fasten the seatbelt over an empty booster to stop if flying around the car in a collision.

Using the seatbelt is just as safe as using the isofix, there is the argument that using isofix removes some element of human error, but it’s not foolproof. The BeSafe seats are brilliant, really safe. If you’ve not been given the instructions for the seat I’m sure you can find them online.
My dog finds it very comfy
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