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Silver Cross Wayfarer Bundle - £799 Delivered (Black November Deal - Choice of Colours) @ Samuel Johnston
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Silver Cross Wayfarer Bundle - £799 Delivered (Black November Deal - Choice of Colours) @ Samuel Johnston

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Posted 1st Nov
This Premium Package Includes:

1 x Wayfarer chassis

1 x Wayfarer seat (black fabric)

1 x Carrycot (black fabric)

1 x Cup holder

1 x Large shopping basket

1 x Raincover

1 x Fabric Hood - Multi-position and UPF 50 (Please note hood features may vary depending on colour chosen)

1 x Fabric Apron - Deep padded protective apron (in your chosen colour option)

1 x Simplicity carseat adaptors

1 x Simplicity car seat (black fabric)

1 x Q highchair & junior chair.

1 x Cozi-Sleeper Multi-functional bed side crib.

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Is it worth getting this? As I read that i-size baby car seat will be in law soon so thinking whether to get one of those or not...also some r saying not to have baby in car seat position for more than 1/2hr and was suggesting the lie flat features so very confused as to what to go for....baby will be due in Feb next year time so reading around n hopefully can pick up a bargain during Black Friday or Xmas sale...
A good deal but would definitely buy a separate isize car seat. From what I understand, all other car seats are only tested at 30mph head on collision where as isize seats are tested at 70mph from various directions.
wackybacky01/11/2019 22:03

Is it worth getting this? As I read that i-size baby car seat will be in …Is it worth getting this? As I read that i-size baby car seat will be in law soon so thinking whether to get one of those or not...also some r saying not to have baby in car seat position for more than 1/2hr and was suggesting the lie flat features so very confused as to what to go for....baby will be due in Feb next year time so reading around n hopefully can pick up a bargain during Black Friday or Xmas sale...



We advise babies aren’t in their car seats for prolonged amounts of time because every year we have babies over heat without anyone noticing, as they sleep when over heated. It’s also poor for posture of an infant. isize certainly sounds much better. Congratulations and enjoy your shopping
Wow this is a great deal, good price for all of those items. Silver cross is an expensive brand. I can’t comment on the car seat as we have a recaro elite isize which is fantastic
wackybacky01/11/2019 22:03

Is it worth getting this? As I read that i-size baby car seat will be in …Is it worth getting this? As I read that i-size baby car seat will be in law soon so thinking whether to get one of those or not...also some r saying not to have baby in car seat position for more than 1/2hr and was suggesting the lie flat features so very confused as to what to go for....baby will be due in Feb next year time so reading around n hopefully can pick up a bargain during Black Friday or Xmas sale...


I don’t know who told you about the 30 min rule but the longest I’ve kept my baby in a car seat is 2 hours. You can’t really get very far in 30 minutes. Especially by the time you put them in the seat in the car pack your own stuff (pram etc) in the car, they’ve already been in it 5 mins. Each to their own though good luck! X
We were going to buy a Silvercross travel system until my wife actually went to the store to try it, seemed a little heavy changing the seating things between normal, car Seat and carry cot.

I’m sure the quality is great but the whole thing seemed heavy, it was a faff to get the pram into the closed position also.

Ended up trying a Joie one half the price and was far lighter and easier to use, bought that instead.

My advice would be to try one of these in a store before buying, it’s a lot of money on the basis it’s a good brand but ultimately you don’t want to struggle using it.
Louiseh0102/11/2019 06:57

I don’t know who told you about the 30 min rule but the longest I’ve kept m …I don’t know who told you about the 30 min rule but the longest I’ve kept my baby in a car seat is 2 hours. You can’t really get very far in 30 minutes. Especially by the time you put them in the seat in the car pack your own stuff (pram etc) in the car, they’ve already been in it 5 mins. Each to their own though good luck! X


We were told the 30 mins rule aswell, its because when there had is floppy there oxygen supply reduces after 30 minutes in a car seat position. They can probably do more but the risk becomes exponential after that point.

Just a risk not worth taking in my view so we limited travelling with our little one to be on the safe side. But we know others who travelled 2 hours a time and were fine. Just depends how much risk your Willing to take.

Also never leave baby sleeping in the car seat when you have removed it from the car. It's a sure way to kill them. The position on the floor vs in the car means there airways are blocked more easily.
Edited by: "bargainBeast" 2nd Nov
The pram in this set is fantastic
Laurie_Ballard02/11/2019 07:39

We were going to buy a Silvercross travel system until my wife actually …We were going to buy a Silvercross travel system until my wife actually went to the store to try it, seemed a little heavy changing the seating things between normal, car Seat and carry cot.I’m sure the quality is great but the whole thing seemed heavy, it was a faff to get the pram into the closed position also.Ended up trying a Joie one half the price and was far lighter and easier to use, bought that instead.My advice would be to try one of these in a store before buying, it’s a lot of money on the basis it’s a good brand but ultimately you don’t want to struggle using it.


Which joie one did you get ? Thanks
Lots of variation in opinions here. I think the set looks good, but as others have suggested, I’d go for the iSize.

In relation to babies sleeping in car seats, it depends really. I have two perfectly healthy children, both of which spent long periods in car seats travelling, and both that we left to sleep in the car seat when we got home, because, you know, when they need to sleep, we let them sleep. Obviously we bought the seat indoors, but never had an issue. Just make sure that if they have blankets on you take them off.

The only thing we never did was clip the car seat to the buggy frame and push them around the shops, because that isn’t right. They need room to be able to move about, and car seats by very nature are quite padded to stop movement in the event of an impact.

Each to their own an’ all that though!
W0rldPeace02/11/2019 13:40

Which joie one did you get ? Thanks


Chrome DLX.

We got the Buggy, carry cot, car seat and isofix base for £360 in a deal from some online baby place.
bargainBeast02/11/2019 09:11

We were told the 30 mins rule aswell, its because when there had is floppy …We were told the 30 mins rule aswell, its because when there had is floppy there oxygen supply reduces after 30 minutes in a car seat position. They can probably do more but the risk becomes exponential after that point.Just a risk not worth taking in my view so we limited travelling with our little one to be on the safe side. But we know others who travelled 2 hours a time and were fine. Just depends how much risk your Willing to take.Also never leave baby sleeping in the car seat when you have removed it from the car. It's a sure way to kill them. The position on the floor vs in the car means there airways are blocked more easily.


There are seats now that can be reclined when not in the car, Joie do one I think it is called the ilevel and cybex do a cloud q, other brands may have them too. It means if baby is sleeping when you get to your destination you pop the car seat on the pram wheels and recline the car seat. I agree with the previous poster if you will be at your destination a while I prefer to put them in a pram so they can stretch out but for school runs it's a great feature on those days ehen baby is asleep when you get home from the school run.
stumpyuk01/11/2019 22:44

A good deal but would definitely buy a separate isize car seat. From what …A good deal but would definitely buy a separate isize car seat. From what I understand, all other car seats are only tested at 30mph head on collision where as isize seats are tested at 70mph from various directions.

Edited by: "jdRiggs" 3rd Nov
stumpyuk01/11/2019 22:44

A good deal but would definitely buy a separate isize car seat. From what …A good deal but would definitely buy a separate isize car seat. From what I understand, all other car seats are only tested at 30mph head on collision where as isize seats are tested at 70mph from various directions.


Maxi Cosi have on their website that they test above the minimum standards to 70km which is a lot less than 70mph. Isize doesn't go to 70mph but does include min standards for side impact performance which the old standard doesn't.
There is a useful resource here for the difference in safety standards.
carseatadvice-uk.com/car…tml
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