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Mamas & Papas Ocarro Pushchair 5 Piece Maxi Cosi Cabriofix Bundle - Iconic £599 @ BabyPlanet
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Posted 26th AprPosted 26th Apr
>50% off the Mamas & Papas Ocarro Pushchair 5 Piece Maxi Cosi Cabriofix Bundle
Sanjzilla

Thank you so much :)

jalaldevil

It was from Baby Planet but no longer available. Look out on Emma Diary (offer section), they have exclusive offers that links to secret sales. That’s how I originally found mines.

Sanjzilla

Where did you find one for that price :o ??

jalaldevil

Got this last month for £399 without the car seat. Not used it yet but does look very premium.

Stevecyclist

https://www.trendybaby.co.uk/peg-perego-book-51-s-modular-culla-pop-up-travel-system-changing-bag-luxe-mirage good deal as well

laurieleigh

If you're in the market for an iSize booster around the £100 mark check out Joie iTraver. The non-iSize Traver scored higher than morion in safety testing.

sheffield788

How is this £90? I can see £140. Perhaps expired? Cheapest is blue at £101.

djdope

£130 now

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Maxi Cosi AxissFix i-Size Car Seat-Authentic Grey £199 delivered @ Kiddies Kingdom
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Posted 7th MarPosted 7th Mar
This is an amazing car seat that is also I size compliant and suitable from about 4 months I believe. The next cheapest I've found is 269, but most sites are 299.
edanfalls

I agree with what you're saying. If you're aware of the facts and making an informed decision (like OP says they are), then the only reason to not go rearward-facing until at least 4 is because of cost. Forward facing seats do tend to be cheaper. However, that's not relevant for this particular deal because it's £200 - for that cost you can easily get a seat that's rearward facing until 4, including a swivel one too e.g. the Joie Spin 360. Beyond 4-years-old, rearward facing is still safer but the benefits do start to reduce a lot. There's not such a big difference in safety beyond that. And the cost differential actually goes up even further, because forward-facing seats beyond 4 become even cheaper, and rearward facing become even more expensive. Saying it's personal preference is just a cop-out, and comparing it to a 20mph speed limit makes no sense (if we did that, some industry and parts of the economy would grind to a halt).

anpilogin

@ander so more people can put their children at risk with this car seat... :/ If you want it to use it until 2yo great... But as a long term option is not the best choice. I hope noone has to regret buying this car seat and using it forward facing

ander

Great first deal @Chinglish Thanks for sharing and your thread has been selected for our Highlights pages 8)

Chinglish

What am I hoping to achieve by responding to you? I was simply explaining there are multiple ways in which higher risks are incurred. But yeah your judgemental attitude is not worth my time anymore. My responses were purely to remind you that you're not the person who makes the decisions for everyone.

UKBFG

Leaving your child asleep in their car seat outside of a car for a few hours isn't really comparable to increasing their chance of dying or being seriously injured in a crash by 5 times is it? Seriously, what are your hoping to achieve here? The arguments for not rear facing are non-existent. There's zero reason not too. How would you feel if in 6 months times, somebody came back and said I listened to you Chinglish and now my child's dead, or paralysed? That's what we're actually talking about here. It can and does happen. Please think twice before being so reckless with your advice to others, even if you choose to be with your own children.