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Britax Römer KIDFIX SL Group 2-3 Isofix seat
Found 12th DecFound 12th Dec
looks very good price for a group 2-3 isofix seat

Yes it would, but you’ve got to remember that the function of a high backed booster is simply to lift your child up so that the seatbelt can restrain them correctly in the event of a collision. A high backed booster doesn’t have to fit solidly in a car with little or no movement like a seat for a younger child does.


So a non SL isofix would be sturdier? As for us it would not be used in another car.


We have two of these seat and I’d definitely recommend. Fab price, heat!


The SL part of the name stands for Soft Latch - this photo is a Kidfix SL (which I paid £76 for a couple of years ago and thought was a good deal, it was the cheapest I could find at the time) and you can see the isofix points are on a strap. They are not a rigid part of the seat. They can be pulled in completely so that you can use the seat in any car.


This uses ISOFIT which is a variation on isofix

Britax Römer ADVENTURE Group 2-3 (15-36kg) Car Seat - Cosmos Black at Amazon for £29.75
Found 12th DecFound 12th Dec
Intuitively positioned seat belt guides for straightforward installation every time. Machine washable seat cover that can easily be removed, so you can clean up quick and get on yo… Read more

Whilst the Adventure doesn’t score particularly highly, the Britax Kid (like the Kidfix range just without the isofix!) scores better than all the fancy Britax isofix high backed boosters (even the ones with side impact cushions and pads for the seatbelt). The Cybex ones seem to be rated the same for the non-isofix versions of their isofix boosters.


Not sure I'd completely agree with your sentiments regarding isofix. Look at some of the ADAC (German version of AA) crash tests on youtube or others, you'll soon see that's simply not the case.


The main function of isofix on a high backed booster is to secure the empty seat in the car when your child isn’t in it. With this seat you have to remember to fasten the seatbelt over it if you are driving without your child in it, having isofix wouldn’t make it any safer. If you want to pay more the Britax Discovery SL is an identical-shaped seat with a better cover and soft latch isofix connectors. SL (or Soft Latch) just means the isofix connectors are on straps rather than being a rigid part of the seat. Like this....


Lol no not arguing either, just the fact I had no choice but to use a seatbelt version. Absolutely fine if you install correctly


True, not arguing just stating. Presumably isofix is safer, though.

Britax Römer HOLIDAY Pushchair (6 months - 15 kg|3 years ) - Steel Grey
Found 11th DecFound 11th Dec
Britax Römer HOLIDAY Pushchair (6 months - 15 kg|3 years ) - Steel Grey
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Yes you may get more use out of it for other days trips(non abroad)


My little girl will be 18 months by the time we go away but is still quite tiny and i was worried it wouldn’t be supportive enough so thank you for your advice. I will just go for a silver cross or cosatto instead and wait for it when the luggage comes out at the airport 😃


I think its very unsupportive maybe a child around 18months plus but thats just my opinion Very lightweight however and airy


I love the idea of this but when i looked at one in a store it seemed very flimsy. Does anyone recommend it?

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Britax Romer KIDFIX II XP car seat (group 2/3) Various Colours - Was £179.00 Now £119.00 (Save £60) plus FREE sunshades @ Uber Kids
Found 22nd NovFound 22nd Nov
great price for this group 2/3 car seat, with various colours available at the sale price. Had a look around and couldn't see cheaper for this particular model, plus you get the ad… Read more

Superb seat bought two of these 4 yrs ago and still going strong.


Romer Kidfix XP SICT still available for £103.89 at Amazon


This is a great price for a great seat! Worth trying in your car before ordering though, the chest pad can cause the belt not to extend and retract properly in some cars.

Britax Römer KIDFIX XP SICT Group 2-3 (15-36kg) Car Seat - Cosmos Black - £103.89 @ Amazon
Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
Reduced frontal impact - XP-PAD diverting up to 30% (Source: BRITAX tests 2013) of energy forces away from the neck Superior side impact protection - deep, softly padded side wing… Read more

In stock on November 28, 2018.


Deal is live again. "Only 6 left in stock (more on the way)."


if you have to twist the buckle it isn't quite suitable for the particular car. Britax have a fit finder website to double check. Twisting a buckle will put pressure on the buckle instead of the belt in an impact and may cause the buckle to snap. Its avoiding twisted belts and buckles was the main reason for isofix in toddler seats.


joie trillo lx and cybex solution xfix because they don't get wider towards the top. The graco one scored worse than a backless booster in crash tests so would avoid that one.


Will obviously depend on what car you have, but we have cybex solution xfix - only have 2 in at the moment but also have an erf seat, still with plenty of room. Great price in Mothercare at the moment.

Britax romer adventure car seat (15-36kg) @ Amazon - £28.02
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
Britax Römer ADVENTURE Group 2-3 (15-36kg) Car Seat - Cosmos Black - Misuse limiting design - intuitively positioned seat belt guides - Lightweight – easy to transfer between cars… Read more

Cheapest ever as per camelcamelcamel.


Cheers - I needed a couple of car seats for the odd occasion when relatives have to pick the kids up from school/nursery and these are ideal.

Extra 15% Off Car Seats / Booster Seats + Free C+C @ Mothercare eg Britax Romer ADVENTURE Group 2-3 Car Seat in Cosmos Black now £29.75 (still £49.99 at Argos)
Found 6th SepFound 6th Sep
Great offer from Mothercare - save an extra 15% Off Car Seats / Boosters with code CARSEAT15 - sadly only valid on Full Price items but there are a few that are much cheaper than e… Read more

Thanks for this - went for the cybex solution x-fix in the end for 72.25, as we have one of those for my eldest. Brilliant price for an isofix stage 2/3 seat which scores highly on safety tests.


They had it at approx £7 cheaper yesterday, now they have put the price up to £37 - same as the other colouways (annoyed)


OP - how did you get it to £25.16? For Graco junior maxi highback booster car seat - midnight black?


Bought. Thanks

Britax Römer Holiday Pushchair (6 Months - 15 kg|3 Years) - Steel Grey - £79.99 @ Amazon
Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
Britax Römer Holiday Pushchair (6 Months - 15 kg|3 Years) - Steel Grey - £79.99 @ Amazon
£79.99£12033%Amazon Deals
Remarkably slim and easy to handle, at just 5kg it's perfect to take with you wherever you go With its easy fold the buggy reduces to a compact size that is not only freestanding… Read more
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Thanks for letting me know. I have posted a new deal as it won't let me update this one


This is on sale again at £72 cheapest it's ever been if you can reactivate a deal


It’s worth noting that these are sold up to 15kg in the UK because of our laws, but if you look at the same buggy on an Australian or American site, they’ll be tested up to either 22kg or 25kg.


Please note that this buggy has no adjustable parts, even the back doesn't recline.


Check the option new from £79.99

Pre-order Britax Römer eclipse car seat - cosmos black (was £135) for £65 with spend & save @ Mothercare (works on sale)
Found 31st AugFound 31st Aug
Pre-order Britax Römer eclipse car seat - cosmos black (was £135) for £65 with spend & save @ Mothercare (works on sale)
£65£10035%Mothercare Deals
Credit to @Mary_Mary for sharing the fab Spend & Save Offer at Mothercare - don't think it's supposed to work on sale items, but had a quick look & it does! So well wo… Read more
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Sorry going off memory - my two now seemingly weigh two ton each!


It’s rear facing to 13kg, the same as an infant carrier. From 13-18kg you have to use it forward facing (although you may turn it forward facing at 9kg if you really want to). The seat is outgrown at 18kg, or when the child’s eye line and the tops of their ears become level with the top edge of the seat.


Britax First Class Plus is rear facing until 18kg, then front facing - seat belt fixing only.


Joie Stages is rear facing to 18kg then forward facing as a high backed booster to 25kg (roughly age 7). The Joie Every Stage is rear facing to 18kg and forward facing as a high backed booster until 36kg. That should last until your child no longer needs a seat, or just needs a backless booster for another few months until the seatbelt truly fits them safely.


Was never £135, they have the upgraded model of this at £110 reduced to £90, this is false advertising and good marketing, OK for the money

Britax Romer MAX-FIX 11 £129.50 @ Boots
Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
Britax Romer MAX-FIX 11 £129.50 @ Boots
£129.50Boots Deals
Britax Romer Max-Fix Il Group 0+1 Car Seat - Cosmos Black The award-winning Britax Romer Max-Fix Il Group 0+/1 Car Seat offers extended rearward facing safety from birth to 18 kg.… Read more
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This needs more heat it's a steal at this price


Seems to be (back?) in stock.


moot point now though as this appears to be sold out now - from the price it appears to be a clearance deal anyway, so not a huge surprise. Hope people who wanted them got one!


Have you ever used an ERF seat? Rotating is a waste of time, as the direction of the seat means it's much easier to put the child into the seat, even in a car park or similar with limited space to open the door. Forward facing seats need to rotate more than rear-facing ones, as the car door gets in the way so you can't stand in the right place to plonk kiddy in place. Our nearly 4-year old is just about coming up to the weight limit for this seat so will soon outgrow it. Legroom is fine - he just crosses his legs. Our nearly 6-year-old is outgrowing his Maxway too as he's close to the 25kg weight limit on that - he'll start to forward face now and his little brother will inherit his seat. Neither complain about their seats - kids are used to sitting cross-legged at school etc, and doing so in the car is a non-issue for them. But even if it was, they'd still have to put up with it as a little discomfort is worth the increased safety that ERF offers in my opinion!


It’s built in to the seat (y)

Britax Romer first class plus 0+/1 forward & rear facing car seat in steel grey £74.99 delivered @ Uber Kids
Found 4th JulFound 4th Jul
Britax Romer first class plus 0+/1 forward & rear facing car seat in steel grey £74.99 delivered @ Uber Kids
£74.99£8916%Uber Kids Deals
Britax Romer First Class Plus group 0+/1 (Basically from birth to 4 years) car seat in steel grey colour reduced to £74.99 with free delivery at Uber Kids. Its rear facing from bir… Read more

They sell them at Uber kids or Precious Little one have the black for £45 HERE


Does anyone know where to get replacement covers for these?


Just checking. Good price anyway


Well would be advertised as a swivel seat or stated in the specs :/


Does it rotate so the kid can be removed easily?

Britax Römer ADVENTURE Group 2-3 (15-36kg) Car Seat - Cosmos Black - £32.50 delivered @ Amazon - Prime Exclusive
Found 2nd JulFound 2nd Jul
Britax Römer ADVENTURE Group 2-3 (15-36kg) Car Seat - Cosmos Black - £32.50 delivered @ Amazon - Prime Exclusive
Excellent price for this at half price RRP. Normally around £40 at Amazon. Excellent reviews (4.3 average out of 5 - 800+ reviews) Intuitively positioned seat belt guides for… Read more

I’ve got both seats, they are both exactly the same plastic shell with polystyrene in the headrest area. Anyway, the isofix connectors on the Discovery SL are an advantage because it means you don’t have to remember to fasten the seatbelt over the empty seat of your child isn’t in the car.


I'm not going to post the 'Don't Buy' screenshots of the Adventure, but I can see that the one that you're showing screenshots of is a newer variant, from 2016. The Adventure is from 2009. So I agree it's a bit curious, but it's possible that there have been changes in the underlying structure (which you can't see underneath the seat covers) during those 7 years. Given the chance to buy a more modern alternative which has definitely succeeded in the tests, I know which I would go for.



I don’t really understand the safety test results for the Adventure - the Britax Discovery SL has also been reviewed by Which? and that gets much better results, yet it’s EXACTLY the same shape seat just with a more padded cover :/ The SL part of the name stands for Soft Latch - the isofix connectors - so I assumed that’s providing the added safety (the Adventure doesn’t attach to the isofix points), but in their write-up Which? state that the results are equally good whether the Discovery SL is attached to the isofix points or not. I have two Adventures and am very happy to use them. They fit nicely in most cars and the headrest goes high enough to accommodate a child right up to 150cm. Also the back is not detachable, which is another added safety feature .


Not excellent reviews at 'Which?'. A 'Don't Buy', citing that though it passes the standard European crash test, it failed their higher speed/force tests with poor frontal impact results. So regardless of the price reduction I wouldn't buy it.

BRITAX  White Affinity Pushchair - £160 Clearence @ TK Maxx online
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
BRITAX White Affinity Pushchair - £160 Clearence @ TK Maxx online
£160£249.9936%TK Maxx Deals
The promotion came back again. FREE UK delivery on this product. Description: Designed for parents on-the-go, this pushchair comes with height adjustable handle bars, dual suspens… Read more



Haha, Probably just that specific angle in the attached photo. Wouldn't know what it was like in real life. I'm not weird, promise (embarrassed)




Carrycots/ Pushchair Colour Packs @ Boots from £55/£25, £2.20 Advantage points


Reminds me of Ridley Scott's Alien.

Britax Affinity 2 (latest model) Stroller Pushchair £160 RRP £460 TK Maxx online
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Britax Affinity 2 (latest model) Stroller Pushchair £160 RRP £460 TK Maxx online
£160£46065%TK Maxx Deals
Although described as Britax Affinity Pushchair, this is definitely the newer (2016 onwards) model Britax Affinity 2 Pushchair - white/grey/black colour scheme. Most places have it… Read more
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Were you able to get the bumper clean?


Was there anything wrong with your one? My bumper is also dirty like another buyers.


cheers for that OP. I actually bought it for £200 few days before as I needed it ASAP. When I saw your post that it dropped to £160 I bought another one and will return it when it arrives as the £200 one I purchased earlier as I still have few days left of "change your mind return by date". Delivered to the store so will just hand it straight back instore. *EDIT* After a quick search online it is a Affinity 1 for sure. Not much differences between those two IMO. Great Pushcahir BTW


I called them on the weekend asking if it was possible to the first version or second. They were not sure and said that they will check with the warehouse and get back to me.... Still waiting. Not the greatest customer service.


I've not opened the box ye,)t as it's been delivered to my parents' house, but the box just says "Affinity Base Model". Photo on the TK Maxx website is definitely of an Affinity 2, and the RRP quoted is for it too, so it's a blunder I think.

Britax Römer SMILE Silver Chassis/Red or Navy Add Carrycot Red/Navy or Black £294.50 @ Boots
Found 27th MayFound 27th May
Britax Römer SMILE Silver Chassis/Red or Navy Add Carrycot Red/Navy or Black £294.50 @ Boots
£294.50£58950%Boots Deals
Collect £23.52 Boots Advantage Card points Sign up for Boots Parenting Club extra points Optional Accessories Car Seat Car Seat Base

We have these, using it now. They are huge though so you can forget about public transport


Get it delivered.


Good price but you will have to hunt them down as they are on clearance

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