Child and Baby Seat Deals Discounts & Voucher Codes

Listed below are today's discounts on child and baby seats from AmazonHalfords and Mothercare.

Deals that have a price that has been crossed out are discounts on the current recommended retail price. Prices without a crossed-out price show a new, lower RRP.

Joie Every Stage FX Group 0+/1/2/3 Car Seat - Coal


Joie Spin 360 Group 0+/1 Car Seat - Grey Flannel


gb Uni-All 0+/1/2/3 Car Seat - London Grey


Maxi-Cosi Rock Group 0+ i-Size Baby Car Seat - Nomad Red


Recaro Mako Core Group 2/3 Car Seat - Carbon Black


Joie Spin 360 Group 0+1 Baby Car Seat - Ember


Chicco Fold&Go i-Size Baby Car Seat - Jet Black


Cybex Aton Scuderia Ferrari Group 0+ Baby Car Seat - Red


Maxi-Cosi Opal Group 0+/1 Car Seat - Nomad Black


Joie Everystage Group 0+/1/2/3 Car Seat - Dark Pewter


Joie Duallo Group 2/3 Car Seat - Tuxedo Black


Cybex Pallas B-Fix Group 1/2/3 ISOFIX car Seat-Volcano Black


Kids Embrace Group 1/2/3 Car Seat - Justice League


Maxi-Cosi Rodi SPS Group 2/3 Car Seat - Dark Slate Black


Chicco Pocket Snack Violetta Booster Seat


Joie Stages FX Group 0+/1/2 Car Seat - Black


BebePOD Flex Plus Booster Seat - Watermelon Red


Safety 1st Essential Booster Seat - Blue


Chicco Oasys Evo Fixplus Group 2/3 Car Seat - Black


Joie Stages Group 0+/1/2 Car Seat - Grey


Britax Kidfix SL Black Series Group 2/3 Car Seat - Black


Cuggl Sandpiper Group 2/3 ISOFIX Car Seat - Black


Graco Junior Maxi Group 2/3 Car Seat - Red


Summer Infant Sit N Style Folding Booster Seat


Cosatto Ninja Group 2/3 Car Seat - Candy Unicorn Land


Chicco Pocket Snack Feeding Booster Seat


What is i-Size and why is it important to me?

It’s easy to get tied up in jargon when it comes to anything to do with car safety. You only have to look at the equipment list for a new car to see a list of baffling acronyms and clever names – all of which are easy to gloss over.

But when it comes to child car seats, there are two critical things – Isofix and i-Size.

So let’s look at i-Size first. The name may not give much of a clue – and we think it’s far from the best title – but i-Size is a Europe-wide standard for car seats that was introduced in July 2013.

That’s several years ago, yet it’s still seen as a ‘new’ innovation, with many parents - and parents to be - not sure what it actually means.

Read the full guide

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