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Inflatable Booster Seat - £19.38 + £3.99 Delivery from Halfords
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Posted 10th MarPosted 10th Mar
Inflatable Booster Seat - £19.38 + £3.99 Delivery from Halfords£23.37Halfords Deals
The BubbleBum Booster Seat is a super handy booster seat. This seat is inflatable, which makes it perfect for taking anywhere and everywhere: the cinema, a football match, restau… Read more
czarassoo

do your research pls

KentishLad

People aren't still putting their kids in these, are they? We know they're not at safe as a car seat. Sorry OP Cold from me, it's not a good buy (unless it's for the cinema / non-car use, then yes, awesome)

Fisher-Price Giraffe Sit Me Up Feeding Booster Seat With Tray now £36.49 delivered @ Amazon
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Posted 3rd MarPosted 3rd Mar
Fisher-Price Giraffe Sit Me Up Feeding Booster Seat With Tray now £36.49 delivered @ Amazon£36.49£49.9927% off Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Price is for both Prime and Non prime members, really good reviews and a nice price point. Easy to pack away also. The comfy and convenient Sit-Me-Up Floor Seat from Fisher-Pri… Read more
TikTok

Same price argosif easier https://www.argos.co.uk/product/3687420?istCompanyId=a74d8886-5df9-4baa-b776-166b3bf9111c&istFeedId=c290d9a9-b5d6-423c-841d-2a559621874c&istItemId=ixilqrpmt&istBid=t

Dan_82

If that works for some, then great :)

sueyc

These can be picked up reasonably second hand as so many folk have them, still quite expensive we barely used it and sold it on for 25

Halfords Essentials Group 3 Booster Seat - Black £5 (£4.50 with code) delivered @ Halfords
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Posted 11th JanPosted 11th Jan
Halfords Essentials Group 3 Booster Seat - Black £5 (£4.50 with code) delivered @ Halfords£4.50£950% off Free P&P FreeHalfords Deals
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From 21/01 - Further 10% reduction to £4.50 with code DEAL10
412 reviews, 4.2 out of 5 stars. Free delivery also :) ECE R44/04 approved (basically means ECE R44 approval label guarantees that the car seat complies with the basic safety … Read more
laurieleigh

What exceptional measurements are you referring to? Yes I'm well aware that seatbelts are subjected to much higher weight limits in crash testing, but having contacted the car seat manufacturer and been told not to use above their tested weight limit, that's advice we decided to follow. I know they're only covering their own a**e but we're happy with that decision. The 'bigger' manufacturers, such as britax, joie, BeSafe, maxi cosi, cybex etc do test above and beyond minimum standards, but unfortunately there's also a lot of manufacturers out there that don't. What I'm suggesting is well above any laws or guidance - the booster in question can legally be used from 15kg, which is unthinkable! Newer models, along with the higher minimum weight, also have a minimum height, both of which are too low IMO. It doesn't help that many car seat manufacturers advertise hbb from 3 years of age - no 3 year old would be safe on a hbb. I did not at any point state that a backless booster is safer than a hbb. I was merely pointing out that in some circumstances backless boosters have a place. If sitting 3 children in one row it is often difficult in many cars to fit 3 full size car seats. In those instances, an older, heavier child will be better off on a belt positioning booster in the centre than without any sort of seat (as the law currently allows). By the time my daughter is too tall for her current booster I'm hoping that she won't need a booster of any kind, but I'll assess that situation when the time comes.

copperband

Some of what you say is accurate and some is your interpretation based purely on your own children’s weights and size. I am not going to to doubt or question those measurements, but they are quite exceptional. To then make a statement that those of us that call these plastic booster cushions dangerous are wrong is both irresponsible and misleading to the general population who might read your comments. The laws and guidance exist for a reason. Be practical and think about what you are saying. A 38kg can and will be safely restrained by a car seatbelt that’s tested up to several hundreds of kilos. The position of the belt which meanly concerns safety is primarily the neck. I would personally feel that a child of just over 36kg is far safer in a HBB giving correct positing and side impact protection to the head than being sat what is effectively a plastic box. Most, if not all seats are tested to well in excess of the minimum safety standard. Some just about pass and some pass by significant margin. If you think a booster cushion is safer than a HBB in any situation then I suggest you contact ROSPA and ask to watch some of their (horrific) crash test videos.

drumcorpsfan

They are actually for my 2 Labrador’s so they can see above the windows.

laurieleigh

Everybody saying they're dangerous and should be banned, or are illegal and shouldn't be sold... you're wrong! Yes, they shouldn't be used from 15kg like ecer44/04 backless boosters are unfortunately certified for (my youngest was 15kg before he even hit 18months!), but those designed & certified after Feb 2017 are for children over 125cm & 22kg which although still not ideal is a vast improvement! My daughter is 9 years old, over 145cm tall and about 38kg so technically too heavy for a r44/04 hbb. We've moved her into a r129 hbb which has no weight limit but has a 150cm height limit. She'll hit that height limit in the next few months but still won't fit an adult seatbelt well so we'll move her to a backless booster (not this one btw as it looks awful!). Legally she could be without any sort of seat (as could my 135cm 7 year old), but a backless booster will do what it needs to do and position the belt safely to avoid it causing internal damage in an accident.

bayleywoodside1

Very misleading selling .. shame on you halfords

Cuggl Group 3 Plastic Car Booster Seat – Black £3.99 free click and collect at Argos
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Posted 10th Dec 2020Posted 10th Dec 2020
Cuggl Group 3 Plastic Car Booster Seat – Black £3.99 free click and collect at Argos£3.99Argos Deals
Ideal for when your children are moving on from car seats, this Car Booster Seat group 3 is suitable for children from 4 to 12 years(22kg to 36kg). It should be installed using you… Read more
HorseBoxGuy

That’s not got isofix.

RedmanDealer

That's not bad, but note these are not proper ISOFIX connectors, these hooks are mainly there to stop an empty seat from moving around in the car, it won't help much in an accident (the seat belt does the work). I have a very similar seat (paid about the same) with the hooks which are a bit of a pain to remove. The seat with solid metal ISOFIX connectors are the ones that cost a lot more.

lekky

We've just got two of these for the kids. It's a proper booster seat with a back, and has isofix. Good brand as well £40. https://www.johnlewis.com/joie-baby-trillo-group-2-3-high-back-booster-car-seat-ember/p4071162?s_share=jlappdroid

haris151

Orderd thanks

laurieleigh

Also useful as everyday seat if hbb outgrown but 5 step test for using just car's seatbelt not passed.

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Chicco Pocket Snack Booster Seat - Violetta for £15 / (+£4.49 Non Prime) delivered @ Amazon
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Posted 4th Dec 2020Posted 4th Dec 2020
Chicco Pocket Snack Booster Seat - Violetta for £15 / (+£4.49 Non Prime) delivered @ Amazon£15Amazon Deals
Easy to use booster seat. Also, available at Argos -- The chicco pocket snack is the ultra-lightweight and easy to carry booster seat for your growing little one. the seat is… Read more
Lee.S

Just beware your child's fingers aren't in the way when you're struggling to clip the tray on. Tears ensue otherwise. So I'm told (ninja)

Meeko

Amazing price for one of these. The straps are great and it is easy to clean, therefore it is actuallyall you need for home or going out.

Namic

I guess it depends on the table and/or chair but we found if you don't put the little leg bits down it fits under the big people table.

zworld

Are you or your partner expecting idontoflycathay? Lot of baby deals from you :D

fuzed

good item, however the arms don't allow it to go under our dining table - so little one can't sit with us for dinner with this, and instead has to use her own tray.

Chicco Pocket Snack Booster Seat £19.99 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Posted 4th Nov 2020Posted 4th Nov 2020
Chicco Pocket Snack Booster Seat £19.99 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon£19.99Amazon Deals
Easy to use and height adjustment Secure with fastening straps and 3-point belt Lightweight and compact when closed Pocket snack features a handy removable and adjustable tray … Read more