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Cybex X fix group 2/3 car seat at Amazon for £79.00
Found 20th OctFound 20th Oct
Cybex X fix group 2/3 car seat

We've got 2 of these (will have 3 once youngest outgrows his harnessed seat) and find them comfy and easy to use. They get great safety reviews and the reclining headrest is good if they fall asleep. The narrow width is also handy as I found a lot with the addition SIP cushions don't allow for 3 across but these do.


Bought one at Argos not long ago at the same price. Good ISOFIX car seat.


£79 at Uberkids with free sunshade included. All colours available at this price apparently.


We have one of these, bought for same price a few months ago. might buy another as it seems good and we prefer it to one of the other seats we have. Not too wide at its base and comfy I’m told!

free car seat when you buy a selected pushchair @ Mothercare
Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
free car seat when you buy a selected pushchair (selected )
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It’s not. We paid £250 for this system (mothercare own). Just noticed this is silver cross lol, so you are right. Mothercare own looks identical!! Lol


Poppy yes it's great for £1100


It can't be free.... Must be included in price of pram... ;)


Great push chair the one pictured!

Graco Junior Maxi Lightweight Highback Booster Car Seat, Group 2/3, Royal Plum £22 @ Amazon
Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
Graco Junior Maxi Lightweight Highback Booster Car Seat, Group 2/3, Royal Plum. Great for the grandparents! Available in other colours but they range from £28.99 up
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The ones that do best in independent testing are generally Britax, Cybex, Joie, Kiddy and Maxi Cosi kindersicherung/kindersitz-test/default.aspx?ComponentId=29903&SourcePageId=31900 scroll down to the bottom of the page for the high backed boosters (the up to 12 years category). The advantage of these seats is that they will all easily accommodate a child past 135cm tall, they all go up to 150cm. 135cm is the height at which a child legally doesn’t need to use a child seat any more, but in reality they’ll need to stay in some form of booster until they are 150cm tall to ensure that the seatbelt truly does fit them properly and the lap part doesn’t sit too high on their abdomen. In lots of other countries, including the Republic of Ireland, the law is actually 150cm. 135cm is far too low a height for a child to go without a seat. Of the ones listed the Britax Discovery SL$ja=tsid:59156%7Cacid:444-797-0832%7Ccid:596683589%7Cagid:28645062325%7Ctid:pla-445237029053%7Ccrid:96088984765%7Cnw:g%7Crnd:3724914279739971891%7Cdvc:m%7Cadp:1o2%7Cmt:%7Cloc:1007064&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI1772-NuL3gIVyb3tCh2oUAq8EAQYAiABEgI3e_D_BwE and the Joie Trillo LX are probably the most affordable. It’s a good investment to get as good a high backed booster as you can - the average child gets moved into one aged 4, so for a good 6 year’s use anything up to £100 is a reasonable expense I think. Also all the good ones in the ADAC testing I have linked to stay as a high backed booster for the whole time. The Graco one has a removable back, which leaves children with no side impact protection for their head.


Which seats are good?


These are the independent crash test results (view in Google Chrome to automatically translate, or show it to someone who can read German!) I wouldn’t buy this seat.


Just try not to crash and this will be fine to keep the feds off your back


Awful awful reviews from safety perspective. Save money everywhere else but not car seats

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Harmony stage 2-3 car seat £12.60 instore @ Asda
LocalLocalFound 12th OctFound 12th Oct
Found in Asda this evening - plenty on display bargain for the price I thought! Age 4-12 years approx

Reduced to £7.14 !


Still available in Boldon Asda


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Anyone know if this is store specific yet? Dying to check mine at Thornaby but stuck at work till later tonight :p


Any update on Asda near Purley way guys?

Asda harmony dream time car seat - £16.32 instore
LocalLocalFound 12th OctFound 12th Oct
Asda harmony dream time car seat
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£18 pounds previously heat added


Found in asda Oldbury. Forgot to mention


This is great, both my Front Seats in the Vectra are a bit shabby and could do with a upgrade, will these bolt striaght in.

October Offers @ Mothercare - 3 for 2 on Selected Bedding & Weaning / 25% off Outerwear / Ziba Baby Car Seat now £30 / 50% Off Toys + more
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
Lots of new offers have started for October at Mothercare - babies / kids are sooo expensive so thought I'd pop together a thread with most if not all offers included to help paren… Read more
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I bought the car seat about 5 months ago for £35 it's nice and light and my Grandaughter always falls asleep when in it.

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Joie Spin 360 Car Seat (choice of 3 colours) £198 w/code PLUS 3792 Points Back (worth £37) at Boots
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
Great offer from Boots on the very highly rated Award Winning Joie Spin 360 Car Seat - Boots have pricematched other retailers with their £220 price BUT if you use code BABYTRAVEL1… Read more

Been using this seat for a little over a year now for my now 20 month old. It really is brilliant. A bit of a pain to move between cars. She does still face backwards btw


We experienced this exact issue (and yes I've replied to these deals before!) Very scary seeing newborn's head completely flop over, I believe it's due to the limited tilt on these, they are almost always upright. We had to buy a Maxi Cosi to use for the first few months, little one is now 3 months and loves this seat! I would suggest not worth the risk of forking out £198 for something you potentially couldn't use for 3 months


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I agree . We have a 360 seat and my boy always travels rear facing. He's 2.5 and will stay rear facing as long as he's ready for a booster seat x


Agree isofix is a good start but could be a problem for families with older cars. We are a bit behind compared to many other European countries..

Joie Every Stage Group 0+/1/2/3 Car Seat-Pumice (New) £127 @ Kiddies kingdom
Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
Been looking for a car seat for a little while and this seems like a good deal. Free next day delivery. Use from birth to 12 years old. *** From the website Meet Every Stage. A… Read more
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Ah I see this is Group 0 to 3. How do i check the safety rating though?


That one is forward facing only, not suitable from birth and a smaller seat. It only reclines a tiny bit. From what I recall it only got an average safety rating by adac.


We've got one of these in my car (and my parents have another to use when they are looking after my boy) because the evidence about the greatly increased safety of keeping kids rear-facing until they are big as possible is very compelling. The stats are actually pretty frightening about what can happen to small children in a regular front-facing seat in the event of a head-on crash. This Every Stage seat is well-built and I'd certainly recommend rear-facing seating (and, of course, it becomes usable front-facing when they get bigger), but it is a bit of a pain in the arris to get the child into there, especially as they get bigger and less, erm, 'cooperative' at times. It is fixed via the seatbelt and you need to 'limbo' the child over the belt to get them into the seat! Do-able, but awkward. Also, not the most upright of positions available which isn't a problem when they are little but not so great as they get older. I only use the Joie seat for short-journeys around town with my 3 year old and when travelling longer distances transfer across the Britax seat from Sweden from my wife's car. This is much easier to get the kids in and out (and it is easy to transfer them while sleeping) - but a lot more expensive, not easy to install and remove and is not capable of forward-facing! I seem to recall that I paid about £160 for the Joie seat myself, and around £125 for the one in my Dad's car, so this is a decent price for a good seat. Caveats about usage, however. I'd imagine some Mums might well struggle to get the child in and out of the seat as they get older as a certain amount of strength is helpful in those situations.


is this a good brand? Graco one is £119-$ja=tsid:94971|cid:1536901118|agid:62325125927|tid:pla-371065798538|crid:291898456478|nw:g|rnd:10299057041761590524|dvc:c|adp:1o2|mt:|loc:1006886&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIu43Xr8b13QIVi7HtCh3Y4wccEAYYAiABEgK0aPD_BwE


You could argue that it removes some of the human error from fitting a child seat, so from that point of view it could be seen as safer. But in terms of what happens in a crash there is no safety benefit to using isofix compared to a seat that’s been correctly fitted with the seatbelt. I have three children (although the eldest is nearly 13 and no longer uses a child seat), my car has three sets of isofix points along the middle row (it’s a 7 seater) but I have never used an isofix seat.

Joie Bold 1 2 3 Car Seat - £131.99 @ Smyths Toys
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Bargain price reduced from £174.99. Pre-order with free delivery and money not taken until later. Reasons behind decision for us to buy this: It covers a larger height range than… Read more

Yes, but you have to install it using the isofix, the seatbelt and the top tether strap. If your car does not have a top tether point you cannot use this seat.


Uh..never thought about that. Clever you!


God forbid you click on the link and check if it has Isofix yourself.


It has isofix?


The harness can be used for longer up to 25kg instead of almost all the other 123 seats which also go to 36kg but only support using the harness to 18kg.

Joie Every Stage FX Group 0+/1/2/3 Car Seat
Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
I'm after a car seat since the guys from Schipol Airport decided to lose my little one car seat... Still undecided but I saw this at Mothercare for £200 and almost bought it today.… Read more
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I went for this one..I was after this that I've posted, joie 360 and I choose the Amazon one..


besafe izi range are worth a look when you are taking another look, they do very well in crash performance


Right..I think I'll go for this one if is thru the best seats on the market. I'll have another look tonight at car seats up to 4 years...I doubt it that this will last up to 12 years:)))


No problem, I do actually have child seat training as an independent advisor (I decided to formalise my insane interest in child seats, I have three children and the youngest is still rear facing at 6 1/2) just so you know I’m not some random internet person just making stuff up! Hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend too. Joie have quite a good website of their own explaining rear facing safety


Much appreciated u'r help. Thank you and have a lovely weekend!

Joie spin 360 car seat £175.99 at smyths (NOW AVAILABLE TO PRE ORDER STOCK)
Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
Stock expected in from 5th to 12th October
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It’s now available to pre-order. I have one already.. just ordered another for my other boy


Oh no (for me)!!! Hoping they get the stock in for this deal as nearest price I can find is £198!


Toys R Us!!


Where did you buy it for less?


Have had this seat for a year now. Can’t fault it really and the spin function makes getting my daughter in and out the car a doddle. Only minornegative is it’s quite a heavy seat therefore not one where you should be constantly taking in and out the car but then again I don’t feel the need to therefore highly recommended.

Joie Every Stage Group 0-1-2-3 Car Seat Merlot £135.99 @ Smyths
Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
Features Birth to 36kg Rearward facing from birth up to 18kg Forward facing from 9 to 36kg 5-point harness with one-pull adjust 6 recline positions: 2 rearward facing and 4 forward… Read more
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Well.. thank you! I will purchase it.


Yes, I would use it. Like I said, rear facing to 18kg (an ‘average’ 4 year old) and then forward facing as a high backed booster it’s perfectly safe.

danflorin3 is safe.


That’s a ‘Don’t Buy’ too, for the same reasons I outlined above. As long as you keep the seat rear facing until your child weighs 18kg you don’t need to worry about the ‘Don’t Buy’ status at all.


There are lots of very safe car seats that are approved (like this one is) to R44/04 instead of R129 (R129 is the I-size regulation). For the big brands like Joie, Britax, Maxi Cosi, Cybex etc the new I-size regulation really hasn’t made any difference to the safety of their seats. The big brands who design and manufacture their own seats have always developed them to withstand crash testing well above the fairly low speeds that the regulations require. They have also always tested their seats ‘in-house’ at their own facilities for side impact protection, even though R44/04 doesn’t include a side impact test. R129 does, but any R44/04 seats from a big brand such as Joie would pass it easily. Don’t get hung up on I-size, it’s really not all it’s cracked up to be.

ICandy Peach and Apple  2 Pear car seat adaptor £5 @ Mothercare instore
LocalLocalFound 5th OctFound 5th Oct
ICandy Peach and Apple 2 Pear car seat adaptor reduced to £5 in-store Mothercare Silverlink
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My pleasure!


Thanks Op


Still some left today if anyone wants one..


Good price if you need spares or lost the ones that come in the box!

Now Live - £10 worth of Advantage points on spend of £50 in store and £60 online - 11th Oct @ Boots
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Boots is offering one day offer. £10 worth of points on spend of £50 in store and £60 online. Better than 1/2 price on selected No7 gift sets now £56 Joie Spin 360 Car S… Read more
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i have been trying to order for past 3 hours and site not available !


I have installed boots app on my mobile and added advantage card... I alway get extra offers which can be clubbed with this offer


no you don't get £10 off, you get £10 worth of points on your advantage card


Selected boots stores only for the £50 in store. Make sure it's your store before making a special trip out


Just use boots advantage card n u get 10 off 60 automatically???!!

Harmony Dreamtime Booster car seat £18 @ Asda instore
LocalLocalFound 27th SepFound 27th Sep
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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.

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