Summary: We bought this seat because it is well padded (if you wouldnt want to sit on it,why should your baby) and well protected alround.We also liked the slightly higher position and the adjustability on width and postion.We've been very happy with it and will be buying another bebe confort when we need to move to a different model.
Pros: It is well padded so comfortable,adjustable width etc,and that little bit higher so easy to access.
Cons: A complete toad to get the covers offto wash and a tad heavy but these are minor issues.
Excerpt: This is a birth to 4 years car seat. It is quite wide and bulky, with a large plastic base under the seat. However, I think this is the case for all the carseats for this age range. It can be installed in the car facing forwards, or backwards. You are supposed to use it backwards for the first 9 months and then turn it forwards. We bought it because our daughter had outgrown her infant carseat but wasn't yet heavy enough to go in a forward-facing carseat (9kg).
Excerpt: I'm 45 and have a 21 year old son. I also have a 15month old baby (well I wanted to make sure the first one was okay before I made another) Anyway, initially we bought a Graco travel system, car seat and pram type pushchair thingy, but eventually Conor, the new baby, became too big for the old seat, time to buy another. Which magazine slated most seats so it was time to do a bit of personal research. In the end I decided to buy the iseos, reasons were. 1.
Excerpt: I have been testing car seats for 'Mother and Baby magazine.' This seat I was very impressed with - so were the other 8 parents that tested them. It came tops!! This seat is very easy to install. It comes with very clear easy to understand instructions. When it is installed it fits very well, it is nice and tight with no chance of movement. Unfortunately it is a fairly bulky seat and can only be sponge cleaned, though these are the only disadvantages to it.
Excerpt: When someone told me that the first year of a baby’s life flies by, they weren’t joking! The truth of this struck me when I realised that, at nine months, my daughter had almost outgrown her little Grade 0+ car seat and it would soon be time to buy a new one (car seat, not daughter).