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Brita Maxtra + 6pk Filters £19.99 @ Roys of Wroxham
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Found 6th FebFound 6th Feb
Brita Maxtra + 6pk Filters Seems a good deal to me - better than Amazon as far as I can see and on the shelf at Bowthorpe, Norwich store. They have other stores in Norfolk & S… Read more
deliveries £5 so cheaper on amazon if you only want to buy that, gotta spend £30 for free delivery.
Roy's of Wroxham... isn't that the out of town shopping experience..
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Heat just for being Roys
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Good find at that price @dc100 - thanks for sharing
Original Xiaomi Viomi Smart UV Filter Kettle [Fits Brita Maxtra???]L1 Ultra Violet UV Disinfection - £38 @ Ali Express
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Found 4th FebFound 4th Feb
Water filter with UV . Some information sources in russian language says they are ok with Brita Maxtra filters.Untested by myself … Read more
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UV needs to be made with a very thin space for water next to the bulb... Not sure if this achieves this.

But the Britta or alike filter will do the work to make the water taste nice UV seems more gimmick in the UK. We have clean water in the UK surely this is for a different market this will kill everything in the water and there are good things just as much as bad... You can't hide from every germ in the world or bad things happen ending in a shorter life span imho
Our body is okwith most of bacteria but what about the heavy metals in water ? I think those are much worse atm. That's why I m using brita filter
Edited by: "pumavash" 8th Feb
ricardasgudkovas6th Feb

I dont think ..For a thorough and complete disinfection of water borne …I dont think ..For a thorough and complete disinfection of water borne bacteria and viruses, a minimum time of 20 minutes after boiling point is reached is a must.


I tend to disagree. 70-75 Celsius is enough to kill most of the bacteria including water borne e. coli, but you need to heat it for 20-30minutes to be sure. But in temperature of 100C all bacteria are killed almost instantly. Some exotic bacteria families could survive boiling but. Those usually live at the bottom of the ocean or inside of vulcanos...
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kaptin_d2 h, 56 m ago

Surely boiling the water will kill any bacteria anyway. Since the water …Surely boiling the water will kill any bacteria anyway. Since the water will be in the kettle is highly likely it’ll be Boiled before drinking!

I dont think ..For a thorough and complete disinfection of water borne bacteria and viruses, a minimum time of 20 minutes after boiling point is reached is a must.
ricardasgudkovas4th Feb

Ultraviolet water purification is the most effective method for …Ultraviolet water purification is the most effective method for disinfecting bacteria from the water. Ultraviolet (UV) rays penetrate harmful pathogens in your home's water and destroy illness-causing microorganisms by attacking their genetic core (DNA). https://www.freedrinkingwater.com/whole-house/water-filter-knowledge-base/how-does-ultraviolet-water-purification-work.htm


Surely boiling the water will kill any bacteria anyway. Since the water will be in the kettle is highly likely it’ll be Boiled before drinking!
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BRITA Marella Cool Water Filter Jug + 6 Cartridges - £27.95 Delivered by Orazoo via Amazon
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Found 4th FebFound 4th Feb
Seems better than just buying Cartridges alone. Slim, fridge door fit with 1.4 Litre filtered water capacity, 2.4 Litre total capacity, dishwasher safe (except lid) with flip t… Read more
£6 for jug and £3 for 3 water filters in Wilkinsons
Just buy xiaomi viomi with UV they are brita and other compactible..
Wow the prices have got crazy high recently. I'm trying out the Filterlogic (FL-402H) Maxtra compatible filters in a kettle at the mo for about half the price - you can get them off ebay and Amazon.
Seem pretty similar so far, Italian design, fit perfectly. Hope they will last as long as the Brita ones.
Only slight drawback is that they take a bit more time to prep as need to be submerged in water for 15 mins before first use.
ricardasgudkovas4th Feb

I bought xiaomi viomi with UV lamp for 37 after code and cashback... You …I bought xiaomi viomi with UV lamp for 37 after code and cashback... You guys can look in gearbest too.. UV lamp kills all germs ,brita dont do this


Useful if you live in India.
ricardasgudkovas3 h, 10 m ago

I bought xiaomi viomi with UV lamp for 37 after code and cashback... You …I bought xiaomi viomi with UV lamp for 37 after code and cashback... You guys can look in gearbest too.. UV lamp kills all germs ,brita dont do this


Also weakens your immune system
In-store Sainsbury's Brita Maxtra filters 6 pack clearance £7.20
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Found 3rd FebFound 3rd Feb
Long time lurker, first post. To be clear, this is (as far as I'm aware) an in-store deal at a single Sainsbury's store. I recognise this will benefit very few but might help som… Read more
Available in Cobham too. £32 on the shelf but scanning £7.20.
I have tested the quality of both filters and they are at best poor, if ur serious about filtering water buy a Berkey expensive but effective
A great deal, many thanks for posting it !
Was in Sainsbury's in South Shields (the Nook) this afternoon, they had plenty of the filters in stock there, about 30 packs.
Sainsbury's at north Sunderland weren't doing this offer.
Which Leicester store the one at Fosse park
Found in Sainsbury’s city centre Leicester branch. plenty in stock. it’s very good price for six cartridges.
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Brita Maxtra 6 filters for £15 instore at Tesco
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Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
I've found Britta Maxtra filters set of 6, in Tesco Seacroft in-store. Price £15 per set. There's a few more filters on sale, but not sure if the prices are ok. See the photo.
robodan91823 m ago

must be on clearancethey're the original maxtras not the maxtra plusnot …must be on clearancethey're the original maxtras not the maxtra plusnot defending or promoting maxtra plus (it's a cash grab and they don't even work as well as the old ones)just saying that if you're buying the original maxtras they're probably 6+ months old by now, so expiry MAY be an issue



The SEL says Maxtra plus ... the 12 pack next to it would be a better deal if true and they had any!
Also was not aware that any of these have an expiry date
must be on clearance
they're the original maxtras not the maxtra plus
not defending or promoting maxtra plus (it's a cash grab and they don't even work as well as the old ones)
just saying that if you're buying the original maxtras they're probably 6+ months old by now, so expiry MAY be an issue
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Not a bad price at all, Thanks @biniosuaf
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6 x Brita Maxtra+ cartridges £19.99 (Prime) / £24.74 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
Cheapest elsewhere I could find at the moment is Sainsbury’s - £21.33.
blkwhte9th Jan

any recommendations for compatible cheaper options to maxtra? Need to …any recommendations for compatible cheaper options to maxtra? Need to stock up and even at this price (non prime)seems a bit expensive....



Worth trying the 60 day Wilko AquaAdvanced Water Filter Cartridges wilko.com/wat…398
8 months use for £15 v 6 months Brita for £20
I can't believe how expensive brita maxtra is now since they change it to maxtra+ I'm tempted to try dafi from amazon
If your tap water isn't good to drink, it's actually cheaper to buy supermarket own brand spring water than these filters. (17p/ 2litres) You get the added option of bubbles too..
maxtra+ is the same filter as maxtra, just a lot more expensive
20 is the cheapest you can find a 6 pack of the new ones vs 12 was the cheapest for a 6 pack of the old (discontinued) maxtra
I hate that brita pulled this bs move but I still drink filtered water, 3.33 vs 2 quid a filter is still OK. They'll come down even farther in price I'm sure
Brita Maxtra Filters 4 for £9.99 @ Lidl - HAYES
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Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
Found in Local Lidl store. HAYES About 30 packs left
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In my Lidl they're sold. Leeds Halton Moor. But I found similar deal in Tesco in-store.
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Still plenty in store at Hayes Uxbridge Rd branch
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AhmadK6th Jan

Apparently it's nationwide. And I don't think Maxtra+ cartridges wouldn't …Apparently it's nationwide. And I don't think Maxtra+ cartridges wouldn't fit Maxtra jugs.



thinkyourwater.brita.co.uk/en/…ge/
Didn't see any at the Lidl in Whitton
Apparently it's nationwide. And I don't think Maxtra+ cartridges wouldn't fit Maxtra jugs.
BRITA Maxtra+ Water Filter Cartridges, White, Pack of 3 (UK Version) £13.35 (Prime) / £17.34 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
Details: Fits all BRITA Maxtra jugs and kettles 25% finer mesh and micro carbon pearls reduce chlorine and impurities for improved taste and appearance of food and drinks Ion excha… Read more
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What? Paid total £5.95 delivered for three Maxtra+ "sold by Amazon EU S.a.r.L." two days ago! Amazon's marketing/pricing algorithm has lost the plot.
why would you invest in Brita maxtra+ when aqua optima filters are so much cheaper?
I used to buy 12 pack for 20-22, but now they upgraded them by adding '+' and charging more.
This is the average price across most retailers.
6 for £19.99 but still well overpriced..
Brita Water Hardness Testing Strip free from Brita
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Found 29th Dec 2017Found 29th Dec 2017
Do I have soft or hard water? Does my water have high or low carbonate hardness? We often meet these questions in our everyday lives because high degrees of water hardness can affe… Read more
I would trust Tyent ioniser. Two filters get rid of 99.9% of contamination. They are being sold on Amazon, but are the cheapest on eBay.
London has hard water
The zero water intrigues me, but reviews state the filters last about a fortnight in very hard water areas, and there is nothing more convenient than my Brita kettle, shame zero don't offer this
Murtin2 h, 33 m ago

Hard water is actually good for you. Calcium and magnesium ions are really …Hard water is actually good for you. Calcium and magnesium ions are really important for teeth, bones and cell-cell signalling. Yes hard water tastes gross, and can scale up appliances, but to talk in terms of contamination is a bit of a misnomer.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3775162/


Yes this is true. People even live longer in hard water areas! However personally I would rather supplement for this and avoid the fluoride and chlorine and the Zero Water filtered water tastes fantastic, for tea and coffee and on it's own.

Yes the filters are expensive (not quite 2 for 50 I think) but they should last over 2 months each for me and they actually work. I mean if you're filtering your water you may as well get an actually effective filter? I didn't do all the research there may well be more cost effective measures out there. The US of A seems to get many more and better options.
Zoea14 h, 41 m ago

Warning: Brita is rubbish. You want something like Zero Water. Mine came …Warning: Brita is rubbish. You want something like Zero Water. Mine came with a Parts Per Million test instrument free (much better than this), and it removed all 305 PPM of contaminants from my water and my mums. My brother had Brita and tested his 'filtered' water and it was removing less than 10% (!) of the contaminants. So we're going to have 3 Zero Water filters soon.They are great, this, not so much.


Hard water is actually good for you. Calcium and magnesium ions are really important for teeth, bones and cell-cell signalling. Yes hard water tastes gross, and can scale up appliances, but to talk in terms of contamination is a bit of a misnomer.

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc…62/
Brita Maxtra Plus Filter Cartridge - 6 Pack (Qty 2) £31.98 @ ebay Argos outlet
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Found 28th Dec 2017Found 28th Dec 2017
Just purchase Brita Maxtra Plus Filter Cartridge - 6 Pack (Qty 2) and save £8 using 20% code PNY2018. Final price for Brita 31.98 <3
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Asya8628th Dec 2017

Thanks, been looking for a deal on these for a while, ordered!


Forgot to pick up in time and it got returned and refunded. Such a bummer!
Thanks, been looking for a deal on these for a while, ordered!
dbailey1016 m ago

You may want to read the op again. Price is for 12 cartridges, or 6 can be …You may want to read the op again. Price is for 12 cartridges, or 6 can be had for £16.


Ah!!! My bad missed the (Qty 2) part. might be worth making clearer in title.
IzzyB5 m ago

Hi @Wiesaw_Michaek sorry to disappoint but you may have paid a bit too …Hi @Wiesaw_Michaek sorry to disappoint but you may have paid a bit too much! These filters tend to be £12 for a box of 3 on average and it's usually cheaper to buy 2 boxes of 3 then it is to buy 6.Price fluctuates quite a bit but Amazon currently has 3 for £13.20 and the 6 pack is cheaper this time at £23.49.


You may want to read the op again. Price is for 12 cartridges, or 6 can be had for £16.
Hi @Wiesaw_Michaek sorry to disappoint but you may have paid a bit too much! These filters tend to be £12 for a box of 3 on average and it's usually cheaper to buy 2 boxes of 3 then it is to buy 6.

Price fluctuates quite a bit but Amazon currently has 3 for £13.20 and the 6 pack is cheaper this time at £23.49.
Above 50% off Morphy Richards Cookware @ Amazon e.g Morphy Richards Equip 3 Piece Pan Set £22.49
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Big savigns on cookware, salt and pepper mills, bread bins, storage accessories, kitchen utensils and more.
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samyt7911th Dec

Bought this last week for £29.99, tried to get Amazon to refund the …Bought this last week for £29.99, tried to get Amazon to refund the difference but unless I physically return and re-purchase, Amazon won't have it. Great price for a set with decent reviews.


Buy these, then return these as the expensive ones you bought. Sorted.
Holyman4vr4 h, 20 m ago

The pots i have the the procook professional ones, they were handme downs …The pots i have the the procook professional ones, they were handme downs from my mum when we moved in to our new place so are 5+ years old. My Gran also has a set of the tefal Jamie Oliver ones that are good quality. When it comes to pots and pans its definitely a case of you get what you pay for. I am now looking at spending £30 per pot for something that will last years.


I will try procook. Need a ss wok.
bbleo21118019 h, 26 m ago

Which one do you have as my tefal and Morphy Richards pans got Marks …Which one do you have as my tefal and Morphy Richards pans got Marks within 2-3 uses.


The pots i have the the procook professional ones, they were handme downs from my mum when we moved in to our new place so are 5+ years old. My Gran also has a set of the tefal Jamie Oliver ones that are good quality. When it comes to pots and pans its definitely a case of you get what you pay for. I am now looking at spending £30 per pot for something that will last years.
Holyman4vr1 h, 23 m ago

Bought the bigger set of these, had to return it after 2 weeks, they mark …Bought the bigger set of these, had to return it after 2 weeks, they mark very easily if they are on gas hobs. I have other stainless steel pots and have never had an issue with them.


Which one do you have as my tefal and Morphy Richards pans got Marks within 2-3 uses.
Bought the bigger set of these, had to return it after 2 weeks, they mark very easily if they are on gas hobs. I have other stainless steel pots and have never had an issue with them.
BRITA Fill&Go Active -  Water Bottle at Supremo_Sales Ebay store for £7.45 delivered
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Found 29th Nov 2017Found 29th Nov 2017
Usually between £10-15 in supermarkets, online etc so quite a bargain for £7.45 with free postage! Whether you’re on the go, hitting the gym or going on an outdoor adventure, the … Read more
Thanks, they're £5.93 at Amazon if you have prime although that suggests the filter is good for 150litres
Kofsw41 h, 4 m ago

Looks good. How long does the filter last and how much to replace?


I can only speak from experience of the regular fill and go so If the filters are the same size then 2 weeks of daily use is fine. 20L is the recommended usage.
Edited by: "OGNinjaDon" 29th Nov 2017
Looks good. How long does the filter last and how much to replace?
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a15ha59 s ago

Can you use this without the filter?


Yes, I have one for work and just use it like a normal water bottle once the included filter was used.
Can you use this without the filter?
Brita Maxtra+ Water filter cartridges 12 pack £35.70 delivered with code at IWOOT
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Found 24th Nov 2017Found 24th Nov 2017
At IWOOT ( I want one of those ) selling for £44.63 - Use advertised code on their website of BF20 to get 20% off exclusions apply but works on the filters = £35.70 Free delivery o… Read more
Expired, code works but base price went up to £59.50
Think it's expired now use code CWMVC20
Edited by: "dwaindigital" 28th Nov 2017
Thank you. Just ordered one. The coupon is: CM20 now, 20% off.
Yes, Maxtra Plus replaces Maxtra and any jugs etc that use Maxtra are compatible with Maxtra+

I guess the cold voters are just annoyed that Maxtra+ is more expensive than Maxtra. Or maybe they aren't paying attention and think that this price is for the old Maxtra cartridges. In any case, this is the best price I can find right now for Maxtra+ and I think it deserves a hot vote.

The price per cartridge is cheaper than this deal, which went hot: hotukdeals.com/dea…357
Dose any one know why they are called Brita maxtra plus?
Do they replace Brita Maxtra, with out plus, as is
20ft Flagpole Aluminium Flag Pole With 2 Flags - Lets make Britain great again - £29.99 @ clearance_centre_123 ebay
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The lowest price this has been for a while, great reviews, free delivery
jamgin2nd Nov

Let's stop with all this nationalistic nonsense.It's time we treated each …Let's stop with all this nationalistic nonsense.It's time we treated each other as human beings regardless of what country we are born.


Spoken like a true globalist, how dare we be proud of our national heritage!
wonkothesane2nd Nov

Council will order flagpole removed because "discriminatory" in …Council will order flagpole removed because "discriminatory" in 3...2...1...



No, they'll say you need planning permission. They love a needless bureaucrartic row with the little man.
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Brita Elemaris Meter XL Jug 3.5L, Black was £39.90 now £9.97 (Clearance Item) @ Ocado
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Brita Elemaris Meter XL Jug 3.5L, Black was £39.90 now £9.97 (Clearance Item)
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Dude19715 m ago

Was £3.90 now £9.97?Oh it was £39.90 - as if...



Thanks have ammended!
Bpa in the plastic
Was £3.90 now £9.97?

Oh it was £39.90 - as if...
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If your interested in this item then I suggest you order very quickly because I believe at this price it won't be available long!
Brita Marella XL Water Jug 3.5L, White Was £25 now £6.25 @ Ocado
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Found 29th Oct 2017Found 29th Oct 2017
Around £16 in most places so some savings to be made. The Marella XL jug comes in a wide variety of colours including limited edition designs and also in this larger capacity, id… Read more
Sweetcorn1210 h, 15 m ago

I found Aqua Optima filters didn't last as long as the Brita filters in …I found Aqua Optima filters didn't last as long as the Brita filters in my very hard area.



A serious question - how can you tell?
smala0129th Oct

I have been through 2 of these. The build quailty is really bad. There is …I have been through 2 of these. The build quailty is really bad. There is a pool of stagment water that collects under the filter. The 3.5l size is misleading, there is 1.5l capacity of filtered water and 1.5l of NON-filtered water, so you need to fill it full and let it all filter, then fill it with another 1.5l that sits in the unfiltered section whilst you use the filtered section BUT if you do this when you pour both the filtered and unfiltered water spills out.I have since bought an aqua optima (compatible with the maxtra cartridge) which despite being 1/3 of the cost is much superior. The cartridges are significantly cheaper too - available in home bargains (4.99 jug and £6 for 3 cartridges).


I found Aqua Optima filters didn't last as long as the Brita filters in my very hard area.
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Out of stock for me now as well so will expire but please check stock in your area.
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Presumably selling off cheap as Brita have brought out new and improved Maxtra cartridges
Britax Romer Evolva 123 SL SICT Car Seat - Flame Red - £118.79 @ Boots
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Found 13th Oct 2017Found 13th Oct 2017
Very good price on this very good quality and very safe, stage 123 car seat. Cheapest I think it's ever been (£131.99) with an extra 10% off via Boots too, which brings it down to… Read more
Thanks op, just ordered and got 1180 points. I have the britax advansfix II and the harness is suitable up to 24kg - my son was 18kg when he was 2 and this was the only seat i could find which he could still use the harness - the newer version however is now only suitable up to 18kg. Thankfully my youngest is a lot more petite so this seat is perfect
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Yes it's up to 18kg with the harness but then they go seat-belted into this car-seat up to 36kg. I'm surprised some parents would miss this point, as it's the same on nearly all car seats of this type but then again what some people do, is often baffling.

A safe well known brand car seat that goes all the way up to 36kg (approx. age 12) for this price is pretty good value in my opinion. We got one for ourselves and one for our parents. At this price, it's a cracking good seat for grandparents.
joe3k23 h, 53 m ago

Yeah we looked at that Joie too but because it doesn't isofix, you have to …Yeah we looked at that Joie too but because it doesn't isofix, you have to manually seatbelt it in everytime after your child gets out, else the whole seat will fly about your car when you hit the brakes. Also it's only up to age 7 or 8 instead of age 12 & it's more expensive. As a result we ruled that one out.

​Yes when using it as a booster seat with the belt you need to strap it in when not in use.
For someone thinking of getting it for a younger child in harnessed mode (up to age 3 or 4) it stays in place with the adult belt all the time same as the evolva. The evolva does to an older age and the stages is suitable from birth so can be used earlier.
Best choice just depends on the age of the child I suppose. Personally 7 years use is enough for one seat to be good value to me. The technology used in car seats is improving all the time. Any long life seat won't compare to the safety of the latest seats when they are a few years old anyway.
jdRiggs13th Oct

Worth noting the 5 point harness is suitable for up to 18kg same as any …Worth noting the 5 point harness is suitable for up to 18kg same as any other toddler group 1 seat. Some people expect incorrectly as it is a bigger seat it will let them keep their child in the 5 point harness longer than other seats. That would only be the case if a child is too tall for their group 1 seat and still weighs less than 18kg

Very good point, which I forgot to mention! The 18kg weight limit is right there in the manual, and on my seat it was on the sticker on the side of the actual seat, but sadly a lot of parents don’t bother to read the manual that comes with any new seat that they buy. It’s quite common that parents will continue to use the harness, ignoring or not being aware of the weight limit, because they think their child is safer in that than using the seatbelt. This is very dangerous.
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Yeah we looked at that Joie too but because it doesn't isofix, you have to manually seatbelt it in everytime after your child gets out, else the whole seat will fly about your car when you hit the brakes. Also it's only up to age 7 or 8 instead of age 12 & it's more expensive. As a result we ruled that one out.
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