Silver Cross Simplifix isofix car seat base £145 everywhere else but £99 delivered with free beauty box and £9.90 advantage card points @ Boots
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Silver Cross Simplifix isofix car seat base £145 everywhere else but £99 delivered with free beauty box and £9.90 advantage card points @ Boots

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Found 30th May 2017
I'm looking to get my travel system as cheaply as possible so looking to buy bits individually if I can as it's cheaper so I need to get a Silver Cross Simplifix isofix base to go with the simplicity car seat that fits the Wayfarer, Pioneer, Wave, Surf 2 and Reflex prams. The cheapest I have found it for is £137.75 at Pramworld and it's £144.99 at Toys R Us and £145 at Mothercare. But they have it on offer at the moment in Boots for £99 which is an amazing price anyway but you also get the free Beauty Must Have's Box added automatically (Worth £50) plus free delivery to your home or store plus if you are in the parenting club, you get £9.90 back in advantage card points too!
Obviously this deal isn't go to appeal to everyone but its a mega price and comes with a 2 year guarantee and with all the extras you get as well I'm really pleased.


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I've been using mine for 6 months now & I couldn't be without it!
I picked it up at Mothercare in their January sale for £65... mad price. This price is also good.
I found it very easy without it, didn't really see the point. Good price though.
Don't get what's so hard about placing your baby in his/her seat and taking all of the 15 seconds it takes to pull the seatbelt across?
tomsgotpowers

Don't get what's so hard about placing your baby in his/her seat and … Don't get what's so hard about placing your baby in his/her seat and taking all of the 15 seconds it takes to pull the seatbelt across?



Nothing hard about it. But the chance of it being done incorrectly is high. Just about every survey done shows baby seats are put in incorrectly or sub-optimally in a huge number of cases. Having had an anchored base for both of our children, I wouldn't compromise their safety and would completely endorse these devices..
KEG123

Nothing hard about it. But the chance of it being done incorrectly is … Nothing hard about it. But the chance of it being done incorrectly is high. Just about every survey done shows baby seats are put in incorrectly or sub-optimally in a huge number of cases. Having had an anchored base for both of our children, I wouldn't compromise their safety and would completely endorse these devices..


Totally agree any item that improves the safety of you little one and removes the possibility of mistakes should be looked upon as an essential and all modern cars should have iso fixings by law.
KEG123

Nothing hard about it. But the chance of it being done incorrectly is … Nothing hard about it. But the chance of it being done incorrectly is high. Just about every survey done shows baby seats are put in incorrectly or sub-optimally in a huge number of cases. Having had an anchored base for both of our children, I wouldn't compromise their safety and would completely endorse these devices..


this.
ignorance is fine until it impairs the safety of your child
tomsgotpowers

Don't get what's so hard about placing your baby in his/her seat and … Don't get what's so hard about placing your baby in his/her seat and taking all of the 15 seconds it takes to pull the seatbelt across?



Try belting the infant carrier up in a small three door car. You'll be mightily relieved for one of these, I know I was with our Maxi Cosi.

I don't think it would be quite so bad in the five door family wagon that replaced it, but it's still less hassle.
Woohoo, it's a #MEGA price!
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This is a good price, but second hand these are peanuts.
I've got one of these I never use if anyone wants a second hand one!
no need for a seat belt here? And ok for 3 door car?
Could be good for my bimmer.
Rear facing car seats are so much safer than forward facing ones. The new I size regs suggest children should be rear facing for 15 months. Just something to consider but I size car seats are considerably more expensive.

Not sure if this seat allows rear facing but it will still be a lot safer than a belt in car seat.
dalmore12

no need for a seat belt here? And ok for 3 door car?Could be good for my … no need for a seat belt here? And ok for 3 door car?Could be good for my bimmer.


We had isofix in our 330 convertible - no problem no messing with seat belts just clips in and out
Leonintelex

Rear facing car seats are so much safer than forward facing ones. The … Rear facing car seats are so much safer than forward facing ones. The new I size regs suggest children should be rear facing for 15 months. Just something to consider but I size car seats are considerably more expensive. Not sure if this seat allows rear facing but it will still be a lot safer than a belt in car seat.


It's just the base not a seat and yes it's rear facing - all infant ones have to be now by law anyway plus so much safer anyway
emribena

It's just the base not a seat and yes it's rear facing - all infant ones … It's just the base not a seat and yes it's rear facing - all infant ones have to be now by law anyway plus so much safer anyway



Yes base I ment, sorry. If it allows rear facing seats then it's a bargain.

I have a different base but ISOFIX rear facing bases are not only safer, they are a lot more convenient.

Makes me laugh how some people spend £1000 on a designer pram and then £25 on a car seat! Madness, safety should always be the biggest priority.
Edited by: "Bsod" 2nd Jun 2017
I had one of these and for piece of mind knowing that once clicked it wouldnt be going anywhere rather than that element of doubt.Its a million times quicker that using a seatbelt especially when its raining as you simply click the seat onto the base and away you go.
sb170

Totally agree any item that improves the safety of you little one and … Totally agree any item that improves the safety of you little one and removes the possibility of mistakes should be looked upon as an essential and all modern cars should have iso fixings by law.



Or people could just read the manual that comes with the seat and learn how to seatbelt it into the car.
Leonintelex

Rear facing car seats are so much safer than forward facing ones. The … Rear facing car seats are so much safer than forward facing ones. The new I size regs suggest children should be rear facing for 15 months. Just something to consider but I size car seats are considerably more expensive. Not sure if this seat allows rear facing but it will still be a lot safer than a belt in car seat.



ISOFIX isn't safer, it's just a simpler method of fitting child seats.
Bossworld1st Jun

Try belting the infant carrier up in a small three door car. You'll be …Try belting the infant carrier up in a small three door car. You'll be mightily relieved for one of these, I know I was with our Maxi Cosi.I don't think it would be quite so bad in the five door family wagon that replaced it, but it's still less hassle.


a 3 door, of course.
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