Carseat recommendations very much appreciated!

(11 Posts)
BlueSpottyTiger Fri 11-Nov-16 15:35:58

I know this would have been done 1000 times but im wondering if anyone can help me with advice on recommend carseats.

My criteria -
-Less than £300(including base) preferably around £200.
-Isofix
-i-size if possible!?

Thanks so much smile

firsttimemothergoose Fri 11-Nov-16 19:06:17

Age?
Weight?
Height?

BlueSpottyTiger Sat 12-Nov-16 01:53:15

Silly me!
DD is 9months, 8kg.
Not sure on height, She has never been measured by the HV!

firsttimemothergoose Sat 12-Nov-16 10:19:13

Id be looking for an extended rear facing seat up to roughly age 4, usually 18kgs. Joie do the cheaper ones so perhaps start there.

firsttimemothergoose Sat 12-Nov-16 10:22:28

Look at securatot, incarsafetycentre and rear facing toddlers

polkadotdelight Sat 12-Nov-16 10:23:17

Extended rear facing here too. We went for a belted seat, just as safe as isofix if done correctly but a pain if you are swapping between cars often - they have a higher weight range than isofix although many are based on height now. Look at securatot.co.uk

Tellmeagain Sat 12-Nov-16 22:55:13

Isofix second stage seats only allow for up to 18kg so if you want a seat that goes beyond that weight limit you'll have to go for a belted seat. Axkid Rekid is currently on sale for just under £200, is ERF, and has an isofix base for use up to 18kg. After 18 and up to 25kg you can slide the isofix away and belt the seat.

BlueSpottyTiger Sun 13-Nov-16 11:23:05

Oh fab!! Thanks so much! I'll have a look at that. I'll see if it has a which review aswell!?
smile x

myfirstbaba Mon 14-Nov-16 09:57:28

Hi, I have just got joie I-anchor advance. It is from birth - 4. It's on offer at the moment £175 including isofix base!! Really recommend it. If you do not have the isofix clips in your car then you can buy the other version of the car seat which is £100, my partner has got this as his car doesn't have the clips.

Andbabymakesthree Mon 14-Nov-16 10:05:02

Which? Are fans of ERF Seats. They marked the Britax Maxway as a don't buy as it was difficult to install. Ridiculous as it has good safety results and it's not hard to install!

Join Car seat advice for mummies and daddies on Facebook and follow the pinned post on how to choose a car seat.

However for now I suspect your child has loads of room in their infant carrier.

Andbabymakesthree Mon 14-Nov-16 10:06:02

That should say Which? Aren't fans of ERF Seats.

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