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My Babiie 0+/1 Swivel Baby Car Seat £149.99 delivered @ Aldi
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My Babiie 0+/1 Swivel Baby Car Seat £149.99 delivered @ Aldi

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Posted 14th Apr

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When it comes to taking your little one out and about in the car, safety and comfort are of the upmost importance. This My Babiie 0+/1 Swivel Baby Car Seat is designed to help your little one sit more safely by facing rearward for longer. With an ingenious 360° swivel design, harnessing and adjusting your baby safely into the car seat is simple. With a manoeuvrable headrest and shoulder strap, this baby car seat can be adapted to fit your baby for ultimate peace of mind. With a simple installation using ISOFIX, this car seat is everything you need for a safe journey.

Features
Spins full 360°, making harnessing easier
Easy in and out system
Extended rear-facing
Suitable rearward facing from birth
Suitable forward facing from 9kg
Secured in the car with ISOFIX connectors
5 Point safety harness
Side impact protection
Reclinable backrest
Padded removable insert to support younger children
Easy pop-off washable fabric covers
Adjustable headrest and shoulder strap
Maximum load, rearward facing 18kg and 9-18kg (approx.) forward facing
Guarantee/Warranty
1 year
Safety Compliance
European Standard ECE
Safety Warning
Do not leave child unattended
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Any arguments why is this cold? Yes, it's not cheap. But you don't buy cheap safety gear for your kid. I guess those voting cold don't have kids and do not know how much a proper child seat costs. I have no idea how good or bad this is, perhaps those voting cold should justify their vote.
I voted hot, as this is £200-250 elsewhere, also the experts reviews on line are positive.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 14th Apr
sheffield78814/04/2020 22:57

Any arguments why is this cold? Yes, it's not cheap. But you don't buy …Any arguments why is this cold? Yes, it's not cheap. But you don't buy cheap safety gear for your kid. I guess those voting cold don't have kids and do not know how much a proper child seat costs. I have no idea how good or bad this is, perhaps those voting cold should justify their vote.I voted hot, as this is £200-250 elsewhere, also the experts reviews on line are positive.


It looks like a good price for a swivel seat, and looks nice too, however I don't see any mention of it being i-size and therefore might not be manufactured to the latest UK regulations (non i-size seats don't have to offer side impact protection for example).

Edit: For reference, I voted hot. If you're looking for alternatives which are i-size, consider the Cybex Sirona S or Britax Romer Dualfix. We own the Cybex and it's fantastic
Edited by: "chpperz" 14th Apr
chpperz14/04/2020 23:14

It looks like a good price for a swivel seat, and looks nice too, however …It looks like a good price for a swivel seat, and looks nice too, however I don't see any mention of it being i-size and therefore might not be manufactured to the latest UK regulations (non i-size seats don't have to offer side impact protection for example).


I don't know, you may be right and this is what I was saying. If people vote, perhaps they can justify their vote. some of my best deals were voted cold and some of my deals were proper rubbish and got very hot.
With regards to possibly not meeting the latest UK regulations, since this is sold by Aldi, are they actually allowed to sell things do not met the regulations?
Thanks for the suggestion, we do have a britax, paid about £100 on sale.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 14th Apr
sheffield78814/04/2020 23:19

I don't know, you may be right and this is what I was saying. If people …I don't know, you may be right and this is what I was saying. If people vote, perhaps they can justify their vote. some of my best deals were voted cold and some of my deals were proper rubbish and got very hot. With regards to possibly not meeting the latest UK regulations, since this is sold by Aldi, are they actually allowed to sell things do not met the regulations?Thanks for the suggestion, we do have a britax, paid about £100 on sale.


Just did a bit more research and looks like this is manufactured to old standards, so not i-size.

Yes Aldi can sell, and anyone can manufacture, car seats to the old (non i-size) regulations as they currently co-exist. Old regulations are ECE R44 (this seat) and new i-size regulations are ECE R129. The older regulations are meant to be being phased out though and at some point i-size will become the legal standard.

This isn't to say this car seat is no good, it might be as good as an i-size seat, but just not gone through the more stringent i-size regulations process.
sheffield78814/04/2020 23:19

I don't know, you may be right and this is what I was saying. If people …I don't know, you may be right and this is what I was saying. If people vote, perhaps they can justify their vote. some of my best deals were voted cold and some of my deals were proper rubbish and got very hot. With regards to possibly not meeting the latest UK regulations, since this is sold by Aldi, are they actually allowed to sell things do not met the regulations?Thanks for the suggestion, we do have a britax, paid about £100 on sale.


Of course they can sell it. It meets the minimum regulations. To be adequate in a 30mph forward cash, 20 mph rear and no minimum side impact performance required. That's all it needs to be able to do to sell a seat. The latest / newest standards require seats to perform to higher performance.
Does this come with the iso fix does anyone know? I cant see anywhere in the description
Michael_PattersonVTm15/04/2020 07:55

Does this come with the iso fix does anyone know? I cant see anywhere in …Does this come with the iso fix does anyone know? I cant see anywhere in the description


Looks like it has isofix clamps in the picture
chpperz14/04/2020 23:26

Just did a bit more research and looks like this is manufactured to old …Just did a bit more research and looks like this is manufactured to old standards, so not i-size.Yes Aldi can sell, and anyone can manufacture, car seats to the old (non i-size) regulations as they currently co-exist. Old regulations are ECE R44 (this seat) and new i-size regulations are ECE R129. The older regulations are meant to be being phased out though and at some point i-size will become the legal standard.This isn't to say this car seat is no good, it might be as good as an i-size seat, but just not gone through the more stringent i-size regulations process.


This car seat has side impact protection, I don't think that I-size has more protection unless you can prove me wrong
Tomas8805/05/2020 19:39

This car seat has side impact protection, I don't think that I-size has …This car seat has side impact protection, I don't think that I-size has more protection unless you can prove me wrong


Did you read my last sentence?

A non i-size might perform equally as well, if not better than an i-size seat, but it hasn't been through the i-size testing to be able to give it the newer R129 i-size rating. I think you will find though, generally, that i-size seats will offer a greater amount of protection, otherwise why would the manufacturer not have it rated i-size?

Whilst this particular seat has side impact protection, it might not be enough to gain the i-size rating.
chpperz05/05/2020 19:49

Did you read my last sentence?A non i-size might perform equally as well, …Did you read my last sentence?A non i-size might perform equally as well, if not better than an i-size seat, but it hasn't been through the i-size testing to be able to give it the newer R129 i-size rating. I think you will find though, generally, that i-size seats will offer a greater amount of protection, otherwise why would the manufacturer not have it rated i-size?Whilst this particular seat has side impact protection, it might not be enough to gain the i-size rating.


Cheers for your reply, I've just ordered Joie i-Spin 360 iSize
chpperz05/05/2020 19:49

Did you read my last sentence?A non i-size might perform equally as well, …Did you read my last sentence?A non i-size might perform equally as well, if not better than an i-size seat, but it hasn't been through the i-size testing to be able to give it the newer R129 i-size rating. I think you will find though, generally, that i-size seats will offer a greater amount of protection, otherwise why would the manufacturer not have it rated i-size?Whilst this particular seat has side impact protection, it might not be enough to gain the i-size rating.



chpperz05/05/2020 19:49

Did you read my last sentence?A non i-size might perform equally as well, …Did you read my last sentence?A non i-size might perform equally as well, if not better than an i-size seat, but it hasn't been through the i-size testing to be able to give it the newer R129 i-size rating. I think you will find though, generally, that i-size seats will offer a greater amount of protection, otherwise why would the manufacturer not have it rated i-size?Whilst this particular seat has side impact protection, it might not be enough to gain the i-size rating.

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