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Mothercare sport ISOFIX car seat - black/grey - £65 delivered
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Mothercare sport ISOFIX car seat - black/grey - £65 delivered

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Posted 21st Nov 2018Edited by:"idontflycathay"

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The mothercare sport ISOFIX car seat is an easy-to-fit forward-facing, group 1 car seat suitable for children weighing between 9-18kgs (approx. 9 months to 4 years) offering great value, comfort and safety on every journey

Features and benefits

  • group 1 car seat
  • suitable between 9-18kg (approx 9 months to 4 years)
  • secured in the car using ISOFIX anchorage points and top tether
  • excellent side impact protection
  • individual harness tensioners for extra security
  • 5 seat recline positions
  • removable body support cushion for younger children
  • chest and buckle pads and head cushion for comfort and safety
  • certified United Nations standard ECE R44/04
  • Free 1 year guarantee

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I thought babies needed to be rear facing until 15 months old now? This seat can't be from 9 months?
Edited by: "matengawhat" 21st Nov 2018
matengawhat21/11/2018 13:22

I thought babies needed to be rear facing until 15 months old now? This …I thought babies needed to be rear facing until 15 months old now? This seat can't be from 9 months?


It’s approved to the older R44/04 regulation which allows forward facing from 9kg (there isn’t actually a lower age limit, it wouldn’t be illegal to have a 9kg 5 month old forward facing in this seat. Unfortunately!)

Rear facing to 15 months is only mandatory if the seat you are using is approved to the new R129 (otherwise known as I-size) regulation.
andreah90321/11/2018 13:27

It’s approved to the older R44/04 regulation which allows forward facing f …It’s approved to the older R44/04 regulation which allows forward facing from 9kg (there isn’t actually a lower age limit, it wouldn’t be illegal to have a 9kg 5 month old forward facing in this seat. Unfortunately!)Rear facing to 15 months is only mandatory if the seat you are using is approved to the new R129 (otherwise known as I-size) regulation.



I thought it was all supposed to have changed by 2018 but guess not run to timescales - another law badly explained and implemented - both pieces of legislation seem to be running together - hadn't kept up as my little 1 is 4 now although just had a new baby and her baby seat is only to 9 months - thanks
Edited by: "matengawhat" 21st Nov 2018
I had this seat and the isofix got stuck in the car and wouldn’t release, had the get the seat cut out of the car. Mothercare paid for the removal and gave me a more expensive seat as compensation, they told me there are issues with the sport isofix seat and online shouldn’t of sold me it. Surprised this is back on sale unless its an updated version on sale here
matengawhat21/11/2018 13:31

I thought it was all supposed to have changed by 2018 but guess not run to …I thought it was all supposed to have changed by 2018 but guess not run to timescales - both pieces of legislation seem to be running together - hadn't kept up as my little 1 is 4 now although just had a new baby and her baby seat is only to 9 months - thanks


Yes, they are going to have to keep both bits of legislation going ‘side by side’ for a while, because they can’t just scrap all the R44/04 seats that are on sale now and that parents already own with a view to re-using for a second child in the future. And in fact manufacturers can still choose which legislation to submit their new seats for testing against, Maxi Cosi have very recently brought out a new Group 1-2-3 combination seat that’s approved to R44/04.
Even when they do stop allowing new seats to be approved under R44/04 you’ll still be able to use any seats that you own for a long time yet. You can still legally use (although it’s not advisable due to the age of these seats now) a seat that was approved to R44/03 and it was June 2005 when that particular regulation ceased to be current.
matengawhat14 m ago

I thought it was all supposed to have changed by 2018 but guess not run to …I thought it was all supposed to have changed by 2018 but guess not run to timescales - both pieces of legislation seem to be running together - hadn't kept up as my little 1 is 4 now although just had a new baby and her baby seat is only to 9 months - thanks


Congratulations on your new baby!

Her seat will go to 10kg if it’s a cheaper combination rear and forward facing one (like the Mothercare Madrid, it looks like the seat in this offer but doesn’t have isofix and can be used rear facing. It’s also branded Nania, oBaby, Fisher Price) or 13kg if it is an infant carrier. You can use the seat right up to the weight limit as long as your daughter’s head stays below the top edge of the seat.

Baby seats are marketed as being suitable to around 9 months, but it very much depends on the child. My petite daughter didn’t outgrow our Britax infant carrier by height until she was 2 1/2 years old, and she was still under 13kg at that point. We didn’t use the seat day-to-day at that age, but it was very handy for taxis and holidays and she was still comfortable in it. She’s 6 1/2 now and rear facing in a bigger seat.
Edited by: "andreah903" 21st Nov 2018
johnwillowlfc21/11/2018 13:36

I had this seat and the isofix got stuck in the car and wouldn’t release, h …I had this seat and the isofix got stuck in the car and wouldn’t release, had the get the seat cut out of the car. Mothercare paid for the removal and gave me a more expensive seat as compensation, they told me there are issues with the sport isofix seat and online shouldn’t of sold me it. Surprised this is back on sale unless its an updated version on sale here


also for sale in store as I bought one on saturday from warrington, so unless it is updated its going back as need it for two cars so wont be too pleased if it gets stuck in one.

p.s bought this for later one due to its price as my grandson is only 3 month sold so will be in the rear facing for a while yet however the sales woman told me to try my best to keep him in the rear facing seat for as long as possible, preferably upto 15mths as its 5 times safer than front facing. Told my daughter this but she just said he will be too big after 9mths. I think she thinks she will still have to take the whole seat out and carry it instead of just taking the baby out.
Edited by: "caverncity" 21st Nov 2018
caverncity21/11/2018 15:00

also for sale in store as I bought one on saturday from warrington, so …also for sale in store as I bought one on saturday from warrington, so unless it is updated its going back as need it for two cars so wont be too pleased if it gets stuck in one.


I personally wouldn’t take the risk of purchasing this, the hassle of taking time off work to have it professionally removed just isnt worth it. I purchased this earlier this year as it was a good price (£85 i think). It cost that much for skoda to remove the seat from my car! I suppose you get what you pay for. I got a maxi-cosi seat belt seat that was £150 as a straight swap as como though
Whether it’s allowed or not allowed to forward face from 9kg there is plenty evidence to show it’s not as safe as rear facing. 5 times less safe :-(

I would never preach but would advise anyone to look into extended rear facing and make your own choice from your own research.
johnwillowlfc21/11/2018 15:03

I personally wouldn’t take the risk of purchasing this, the hassle of t …I personally wouldn’t take the risk of purchasing this, the hassle of taking time off work to have it professionally removed just isnt worth it. I purchased this earlier this year as it was a good price (£85 i think). It cost that much for skoda to remove the seat from my car! I suppose you get what you pay for. I got a maxi-cosi seat belt seat that was £150 as a straight swap as como though


Mothercare totally useless on customer service with regards to this seat. I asked on Facebook all I got was it's tested to safety standards so will be fine they would not answer my questions about it possible jamming so rang them instead again nothing on their system about it. Just said take it back and let someone in store fit it. What makes me wary is the non isofix has 1748 reviews, this seat none and considering it's been out a while that's odd.

Surely if they told you there is an issue and it should not have been sold then it will be on their system. Might just take it back CBA worrying if it's going to jam especially as won't be using it for a while
caverncity26/11/2018 17:52

Mothercare totally useless on customer service with regards to this seat. …Mothercare totally useless on customer service with regards to this seat. I asked on Facebook all I got was it's tested to safety standards so will be fine they would not answer my questions about it possible jamming so rang them instead again nothing on their system about it. Just said take it back and let someone in store fit it. What makes me wary is the non isofix has 1748 reviews, this seat none and considering it's been out a while that's odd. Surely if they told you there is an issue and it should not have been sold then it will be on their system. Might just take it back CBA worrying if it's going to jam especially as won't be using it for a while


Oh dear, I can confirm the store who told me this info was the Aintree Liverpool store so not too far from you....
johnwillowlfc26/11/2018 18:07

Oh dear, I can confirm the store who told me this info was the Aintree …Oh dear, I can confirm the store who told me this info was the Aintree Liverpool store so not too far from you....


Yes not too far. I actually got it from Warrington but will give aintree a ring or just take it back to Warrington and get the none isofix
caverncity26/11/2018 18:12

Yes not too far. I actually got it from Warrington but will give aintree a …Yes not too far. I actually got it from Warrington but will give aintree a ring or just take it back to Warrington and get the none isofix


It was the store manager who told me that I shouldn’t of been sold it, I cant remember his name but I remember the faces of the staff when I brought in a destroyed car seat for a refund. All the best of luck btw
johnwillowlfc26/11/2018 18:14

It was the store manager who told me that I shouldn’t of been sold it, I c …It was the store manager who told me that I shouldn’t of been sold it, I cant remember his name but I remember the faces of the staff when I brought in a destroyed car seat for a refund. All the best of luck btw


Just spoke to Aintree, they remember it well to making a point of not selling it and removing it off sale. They did say at first they are aware of a few jamming but only one taken back to that store and none since so could have been how it was fitted (leather seats can cause issues) Makes me wonder how one store pulls them off the shelves but other stores and online don't. Anyway I'm Not getting a full answer so off for a refund.
caverncity26/11/2018 18:35

Just spoke to Aintree, they remember it well to making a point of not …Just spoke to Aintree, they remember it well to making a point of not selling it and removing it off sale. They did say at first they are aware of a few jamming but only one taken back to that store and none since so could have been how it was fitted (leather seats can cause issues) Makes me wonder how one store pulls them off the shelves but other stores and online don't. Anyway I'm Not getting a full answer so off for a refund.


It’s probably me who they are referring to . I can confirm it wasn’t a fitting issue as it was in properly and wouldn’t release from the car and my car doesn’t have leather seats. Maybe they have updated it since and all is good now but nothing to indicate it has been. They told me they are made on the cheap and said they would usually advise to get something different, like a joie or maxi-cosi
johnwillowlfc8 m ago

It’s probably me who they are referring to . I can confirm it wasn’t a …It’s probably me who they are referring to . I can confirm it wasn’t a fitting issue as it was in properly and wouldn’t release from the car and my car doesn’t have leather seats. Maybe they have updated it since and all is good now but nothing to indicate it has been. They told me they are made on the cheap and said they would usually advise to get something different, like a joie or maxi-cosi


Blummin hell thanks for that most definitely taking it back now
I submitted a question on the Mothercare landing page for this item asking if there is an issue with the isofix jamming in the car and if so has it been sorted. Guess what they took the question down and didn't answer it.
caverncity26/11/2018 19:34

I submitted a question on the Mothercare landing page for this item asking …I submitted a question on the Mothercare landing page for this item asking if there is an issue with the isofix jamming in the car and if so has it been sorted. Guess what they took the question down and didn't answer it.


Thats not good
johnwillowlfc26/11/2018 20:22

Thats not good


update for any potential buyers
"Good morning, we were made aware in September this year of an issue with selected car seats, these we're subsequently removed from sale and inspected by our quality monitoring team. These have since been placed back on sale after being re-worked, we hope this helps - Lisa."
caverncity1 m ago

update for any potential buyers "Good morning, we were made aware in …update for any potential buyers "Good morning, we were made aware in September this year of an issue with selected car seats, these we're subsequently removed from sale and inspected by our quality monitoring team. These have since been placed back on sale after being re-worked, we hope this helps - Lisa."


Looks like they have ‘updated’ it then
Back in stock!
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