Excerpt: It looks lovely and would be prefect if only the recline was better. Its advertised as multiple recline but compared to my maxi cosi one it reclines only ever so slightly. I can see other customers agree with me. Im hoping to exchnage it as recline is important so my little one can sleep on journeys.
Excerpt: A comfortable car seat that's easy to install but it doesn't recline very much at all! I have returned this and have gone for the Britax First class (which I have had before) as it provides a good tilted sleeping position for babies.
Pros: Comfortable, Easy to Adjust, Easy to Clean, Easy to install, Safe, Sturdy, Stylish
Excerpt: The isofix seems very sturdy and secure, the straps are well padded and fit nicely around our son. The bad thing is when our son falls asleep his head is bobbing up and down! Full recline is virtually 85 degrees, the recline on the other big make is much better,I should have exchanged it for that.
Excerpt: Me and my partner bought this for our 23 Month Old to replace an older style Britax Renaissance car seat which doesn't have Isofix. Firstly it is MUCH lighter and with a smaller footprint than the Renaissance, which is a massive plus for us as we frequently have to change the seat between cars.
Summary: It does what it says it will do. The draw back in our car a new Golf it stretches right across the boot using up lots of room. Also the car seat still rattles. When are the companies like Britax going to make seats that are manufactured to the same standard as the cars?
Summary: This is a small bit of foam that must cost about 10p to make. It fits in the Duo car seat as specified and is compulsory for BMWs and a few other makes of car (otherwise Britax claim the seat is not safe). If thats the case they should supply it with the seat but of course as a parent you have to shell out for it. I got mine from Halfords which was a bit cheaper but still over priced.