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Graco milestone all in one 0+/1/2/3 Car Seat £109.99 Amazon Prime
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If you have prime, this is currently the cheapest for this car seat. If you have prime student, you can also get £15 off making it £94.99
andreah903

It’s actually a lot easier to get a child into a rear facing seat than it is to get them into a forward facing seat. Think about how the car door opens, to get them in forward facing you have to stand where the door is attached to the car - when they are rear facing you stand further back, in the big side gap where the door has opened. The only exception where it would possibly be more awkward to get the rear facing child in is if your car was a Vauxhall Meriva with the ‘back to front’ rear doors!

trickytree1984

Ahhh it's not isofix :/

trickytree1984

Interesting. Does it spin to allow easy access to child when facing backwards?

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10% Off Car Chargers at my memory.co.uk
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MyMemory is currently running a promo of 10% off Car Chargers. Promo Code: 10CAR
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alphamike

Good Find (y)

Ted.Wales

Got one of these recently. It’s well built and reliable. I’ve had lots that seem to jiggle out of the sockets, but this is solid.

fredjk351

Thanks, justs started posting, so I appreciate the help.

sigma

Moved to vouchers as it's a code, thanks @fredjk351

Maxi-COSI Cabriofix Group 0+ Car Seat, Nomad Black (Prime Day) £76.99 - Amazon
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TODAYTODAYFound 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Maxi Cosi Cabriofix Car Seat in Nomad Black 76.99 Prime Day special
Maxi-Cosi Pearl Group 1 Car Seat £102.99 (Amazon Prime Day deal)
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TODAYTODAYFound 16th JulFound 16th Jul
I have been after one of these for a while. Usually prices between £180-150 and now on the Amazon Prime day deal for £102!
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Charlotte_Warsap

No this is just the car seat. It fits the same isofix base as the Pebble which is up to 1 year and then this one is from about 9 months onwards.

TomScrut

I don't think this has the base which is worth noting. Still hot but just a warning to the unaware.

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[Prime] - Anker PowerDrive Speed 2 39W Ultra-Compact Car Charger @ Amazon £11.19 Prime Exclusive
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Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
A massive 39W car charger from the ever reliable Anker. I have this, and it is one of the best chargers I have come across. **Deal starts at Noon, as part of Prime Day** Fa… Read more
wallstreetcrash

https://forum.xda-developers.com/pixel-2-xl/help/quick-charge-t3749172 From forums so not the best source but Google brings up lot of people saying Pixel is not QC compatible so I might try a PD one.

solid

Do you have a link for that? I wasn't aware the PD was needed for the Pixel 2

djdope

I'm certain qc 3 and qc2 are backwards compatible

wallstreetcrash

Pixel 2 (XL) doesn't have QC3 does it? What is the best car charger for this phone? Edit: it needs a car charger with PD, let's see if any of these come on sale.

Cosatto Giggle 2 travel system - pom pom tree + car seat - £444.90 with offer @ Mothercare
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Found 15th JulFound 15th Jul
Cosatto Giggle 2 travel system - pom pom tree + car seat, down from £644.90. I am torn between this deal and the one below. Any help or feed back is apprenticed. https://www.ho… Read more
te721

Thank you for your feedback, a great help (y)

dmoore81

We’ve recently had our second child, have a 2 ½ year old already. We didn’t like the double buggies that Cosatto had on offer so we bought a second hand Bugaboo Donkey, that goes from a single to a double. We had to wave goodbye to our Giggle 2 Pixellate which we were really sad about. Anyway, on subject. We picked the Cosatto for our first after about 3 months of trying out other travel systems in shops; John Lewis, Mothercare etc. The iCandy and Bugaboo stuff is so overpriced, the Mothercare stuff was fine but we felt the Cosatto was by far the best looking and easiest to use for the money. And it came with a 5 year guarantee. Whilst there were a few things that could have been improved (like being able to remove the hood fabric for washing), generally, it was a solid well performing setup. Now we have the Bugaboo, I can honestly say that I’d pick a Cosatto over one of those any day of the week. It’s sturdier, the fabrics don’t fade, easy to fold away, easy to put up etc. So, if we had to do it all again, Cosatto could have my money all over again. The only thing I would recommend is an Isofix base. No, they aren’t a necessity, but man, when it’s pouring with rain, being able to just chuck the car seat into a pair of clips is far easier than faffing around trying to get a seatbelt into clips and positioned! Sorry, long response but I hope it’s been useful!

daymouse

We picked this one but got it for £400. Not sure how much longer it's on for but while it's on offer we went to one of the baby events and get an extra 10% off

Disney Cars 3 Artist & Sticker Pd. 69p @ Home Bargains
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LocalLocalFound 15th JulFound 15th Jul
Disney Cars 3 colouring sheets, crayons and stickers all in a carry folder. 69p from Home Bargain.
Disney Cars 3 Busy Pack. 39p @ Home Bargains
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LocalLocalFound 15th JulFound 15th Jul
Disney Cars 3 Busy Pack. Contains a colouring book, activity sheets and stickers. 39p @ Home Bargain
Holts Screenies Car Glass Wipes 20pk £1 @ Wilko
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Found 15th JulFound 15th Jul
Fast cleaning of interior and exterior glass Quickly removes stubborn dirt, insects and bird droppings Fresh and clean aroma Holts Screenies Car Glass Wipes are a fast, powerful cl… Read more
Ayden1977

Don't know but RRP is 1.99. Halfords 1.99. Amazon 2.29 Screwfix 1.99

janlim

If i not mistaken is always this price in Wilko store

Ayden1977

Please note these are available at car parts for less for same price if you want home delivery. Just when you'll recieve from them i don't know. Tomorrow? Christmas? ;)

From Manchester: Partly School Hols 23 August Florida 2 Weeks, Flights, Luggage, Hotel & Car Hire £515.49pp @ Thomas Cook
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12/08/2018Expires on 12/08/2018Found 15th JulFound 15th Jul
This is a Florida holiday departing on 23 August returning on 6 September. I've based this on ages of children of 7 but it works on the children's ages being up to 19 if you have o… Read more
999pez

You like it cold then? Weather is usually great. Although I'd agree that you should avoid September if you don't want to risk hurricanes. Vey rare for parks to be closed but they do suspend rides every now and again until a storm blows over. This is a great price for summer hols (£1k each for flights alone for us next week), although around here we're back to school 3 September.

matth5182

This won't apply to everyone but Bluelight card holders / civil servants with access to Edenred discount scheme can get a further 4% off. It does involve purchasing a gift card and then ringing TC to take the payment from the gift card and refund your original payment method but it's worth it on this kind of spend. Once purchased the gift card can be reloaded as and when needed. At least once a year the discount increases to 8%. It can be used in conjunction with the discount codes on the TC site and TCB as it is totally seperate. Hope this helps some people

rustybin

We go every other July/August for 5 weeks and it's incredible. Use a little common sense and the heat is more than bearable.

fifthcolumn

We went in August last year and strongly advise against it. It was excruciatingly hot and humid during the day, making Disney world even more insufferable, followed by heavy thunderstorms almost every evening. To round it off, we only just missed the hurricane on our way out. I'd recommend avoiding the entire US Mexican gulf area in July-August- better off going during Easter holidays.

fedex1401

Worth getting and arranging your own accommodation at that price, if the hotel isn’t up to much.:{

TRIPLE QX Semi Synthetic Engine Oil - 5W-30 - 1ltr £3.60 @Carparts4less with code
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Found 14th JulFound 14th Jul
Use code FINAL15 for 15% off making it £3.60 Free Delivery too
andrew08uk

Yeh i do agree probably worse site i ever used for interaction with there customers.. , but ...after i put a review on.. trust pilot.. had a phone call from lovely lady called clair from carparts4less and must say she sorting my order out today so should get in tomorrow she said plus she is refunding me too... Site could be good if they communicated with there customers...

wilmalfc

Thanks got myself a 5ltr too.

Ayden1977

100% agree. I should have wrote "unpredictable" not terrible company. The ops deal is oil. With oil it's likely you need it pretty quick unless you don't want your engine blowing up. Would I order oil I needed from them quickly? No. Would I order an item like a boot organiser that I didn't need urgently, definitely less. They're super cheap and definely I would order non urgent items of them. But don't expect any customer service

dexix

Yup totally agree, used once never received complete order thank god it wasn’t much money, never even had the courtesy to reply to me.

teddybeers

TBH I've ordered from them plenty of super cheap items post on here. All of them delivered by DHL arrived in less than a week. Some of them even in two days (order value only £5). Can't complain about Eurocarparts/cp4l. Just don't expect prime time delivery when you paying pennies for something

Parkside Wet 'n' Dry Vac with Power Take Off - Vacuum Cleaner @ Lidl (In store now!) - £69.99
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https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Non-Food-Offers.htm?articleId=14562&ar=2 Only available in store Larger 30 Litre tank compared to the small 23 litre version 1400 Watt Power tak… Read more
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friar_chris

I've found these paper filter bags (who's use is 'recommended' to spare the big yellow fluted filter) which match the part number in the manual.... https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/232670781784 ...I'm wondering whether any Parkside vacuum bags could be used......these are a lot cheaper.... https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/10-Vacuum-Cleaner-Bags-Dust-Bags-for-Parkside-PNTS-1500-B3-Multilayer-644/312056986374?epid=3003218280&hash=item48a80bbb06:g:HzcAAOSwnHZYZko4&_sacat=0&_nkw=PNTS+1500+B3&_from=R40&rt=nc&_trksid=m570.l1313 Does anyone have any working knowledge to offer up?

Mr_Pickled_Egg1

How much is the soap solution?

BlackCloud

Looks very similar to my Einheil branded one bought from Argos early last year. Has been really good.

bitcoin5

Fab price for the newer C4 model! Had one of the Parkside 72080's about 7 years back, used it for everyone under the sun and it never failed once! This variant is 3 along the food chain of design, but its great to see them still going strong! (y)

musssy

Don’t forget the £5 voucher from last fridays metro

58% OFF GSF CAR PARTS
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Get 58% off anything from GSF CAR PARTS Online By Using The Code
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renoman

I just ordered front pads for my Renault, just over £10 delivered, sorted, bargain.. Thanks OP... :-)

CaptainSpaulding

I'd have to agree on that. Most the time GSF are a complete rip off , but this code just saved me about £20 compared to CP4L/Eurocarparts.

theavail

Agree with above prices inflated online to look like a good deal with a discount code but really just the same price at most other car part retailers. Practically the same prices give or take a few pence.

traienuts

Probably because most of the times, gsf prices are on par with other retailers just after applying discounts? Didn't vote anything and this is just my opinion, but someone might say I'm wrong. Le: I stand corrected, same brembo brake pads, front and rear for my car, £48 at gsf, £57 at carparts4less and £65 at eurocarparts, all of them with discounts applied. Might be other retailers too, only checked these. So I guess it's all up to you looking for the best price when you need a part. So have some heat on this occasion.

CaptainSpaulding

Why is this cold?? I just picked up some Brembo disc's n pads for £85 with discount. Thanks OP (y)

Up to 35% off car hire at Europcar
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31/07/2018Expires on 31/07/2018Found 14th JulFound 14th Jul
As it says in the description :)
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Meguiars Endurance Tyre Gel 473ml - £8.16 using FINAL15 code @ CarParts4Less
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Found 13th JulFound 13th Jul
One the best tyre dressing products on the market that lasts a good length of time after application (and smells pretty nice to boot!). Normally around the £10 mark from most plac… Read more
MarkThisDay

look at 10 past 5 https://smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0009IQXJ0/ref=gbps_img_m-7_4f2f_62c60159?pf_rd_p=3814df81-b4a8-4c80-9357-d55cde154f2f&pf_rd_s=merchandised-search-7&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_i=10157705031&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_r=PFETJXCM68R3YNWDC9XN

MarkThisDay

checked nothing there thanks for the tip thogh

schnecker

Love it but thought I could cut it with something to allow me using a paintbrush? Any ideas?

Toon_army

Make sure you clean your tyre before applying seen some right states

Ayden1977

Check your spam. I was waiting for a reply. Checked spam and was there

Castrol Magnatec 2L - variants for different cars available e.g Castrol Magnatec 5W-30 C3 2L £9 Tesco
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08/08/2018Expires on 08/08/2018Found 13th JulFound 13th Jul
Good offer for 2L of Castrol Magnatec. Cheaper than Asda current offer per litre! Check https://applications.castrol.com/oilselector/en_gb/c/search?_ga=2.103360384.1269209199.153… Read more
cdbandit

This appears to be a national deal.....online grocery orders too!

zworld

Which store?

SOUTHWALES

I use magnatec to lubricate my bike chains, works a treat as long as you wipe away the excess oil.

ukrabit

Really good price, Thanks.

mothercare orb all terrain pram and pushchair and a Cybex Aton baby car seat - £400 - Mothercare - down from £590
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25/07/2018Expires on 25/07/2018Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
Normally £590 if bought seperately. Gets good reviews and looks good for the price.
dmoore81

After having a second child, if Cosatto did a double buggy that was the same setup as a Bugaboo then we’d have another Cosatto. We have a Bugaboo Donkey (marvellous name) and the price you pay for fabrics that fade, for a folding system that can’t be executed without scraping all the front plastics and ruining the look of it is appalling. Our previous Cossatto Giggle 2 travel system was a far sturdier, better built and more pleasant buggy/pram to use all round for a third of the cost. Cossatto all day in this house!

jdRiggs

I would recommend you look first at the car seats that perform best in crash tests (not just min standards of adequate protection at low speed) Google crash test rather than reviews. Then try it in YOUR car. Not all seats are a good fit in all cars. It depends on the angle of the cars seat and the width of the car door etc. Get a pushchair that has adapters for the car seat. Most of the better quality seats have adapters for many brands. When choosing YOUR pushchair make a list of your needs and check it will meet them. - will it fit in the car boot with the shopping or travel cot and is it heavy or awkward to lift in and out? - if you use public transport is it narrow enough to go down the asle? - Do you need a big basket? -Height adjustable handle? If you are fairly tall or short you need to do a test drive around a shop floor to make sure you aren't kicking the wheels. Do you want one a toddler seat can be added to later? Also double check if your lifestyle is similar to the friends recommending the pushchair. If they like to go to town at the weekend and you like to go for a stroll in a park the type of pushchair wheels that suit you would be different. I agree there is no need to overspend for something you will use for 12 -18 months before you buy a stroller.

mike1212

We attended a baby fair and had in our minds we where going to buy a icandy or an egg. We ended up buying a meego Milano, we tried several before deciding on that. It was the suspension that sold it and how nice it was to push.

xCxS

We've got our first child on the way in November, and this has been on e of the biggest obstacles as we have found it impossible to choose something which is necessary yet waaaaaaay overpriced for what they are. I'll be checking this deal out but at the moment, we are set on the Cosatto Giggle purely down to the fact that around 8 friends/family have all used it and found little to no fault.

jaydeeuk1

My wife had been looking at some bugaboo fox or something for twice the price. This any good or is it like comparing a vauxhall mokka to a Lexus NX?

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