Excerpt: Bought this for occasional use in grandparents car/for taking on holiday. It is OK, nice a light but still cumbersome to carry as it seems to open up from 90 degrees when you pick it up. Nowhere near as sturdy feeling as our Britax Kidfix but at a fraction of the cost I suppose I can't expect all that much. This seat will be used very infrequently so it will serve it's purpose but I am not a big fan.
Excerpt: We haven't used it yet. It looks ok, great price an very quick delivery. Britax is a brand we know so we went for it. It does look good and my son loved the snacks and drink holders on the side. Grows with kid (headrest easy to pull up as they grow), easy to click into car, seems fine.
Pros: Easily Stowed, Easy To Assemble, Lightweight, Portable
Excerpt: Got this for my son who is a very large 3 and a half year old. For short journeys we have no complaints, on longer journeys he complains that his back hurts - something he never did with his previous high end brand car seat. The removable cover often comes off when my son is getting in and out - slightly annoying - the head rest sticks out quite far which blocks my son's vision so he tends to sit forward even when tired.
Excerpt: Cannot dispute the quality, comfort and general effectiveness of the car seat but our Granddaughter found the wings on the head restraint too imposing. She was constantly leaning around them to talk to other passengers and found them uncomfortable.
Summary: If you want a cheap reliable no frills booster seat go for this one. Not the best but for £20 you will struggle to find better. I and many of my freinds have paid over £100 pounds for top end booster seats in the past and NONE will prevent your childs head from drooping foward when sleeping, bear this in mind when making your choice.