ADAC Results for 2019 – ‘Apramo All Stage’

Apramo All Stage

In this blog post, we will be looking at the bad ADAC results for the: ‘Apramo All Stage’ which is a 0+/1/2/3 car seat with extended rear facing to 18kg, retailing at £370. It uses both ISOfix and top tether.

When Should I Change the Recline Position on My Britax Two Way Elite?

Britax TWE recline position

The Britax Two Way Elite has two different install methods. Upright & Reclined. You should change the installation from ‘reclined’ to ‘upright’ when your child’s head has reached the top of the seat shell.

What Are You Missing When Buying A Family Car?

Most of us go through several cars in our lifetime. From the excitement of buying our first set of wheels to upgrading to something shiny and sporty in our footloose and fancy-free days, there are different considerations for different times in our lives. And then, if you choose to start a family, priorities shift againRead more

Why I Rate a ‘PLUS Tested’ Car Seat Over The Britax Two Way Elite

'PLUS Tested' Car Seat Over The Britax Two Way Elite

There are, in my opinion, just better options to opt for if you have the budget for it. I don’t like when the TWE gets blindly “oohed” and “awwed” over as if there was nothing better for the same price.

Warning! ‘BabyStyle Oyster Carapace i-Size’ crash test fail!

BabyStyle Oyster Carapace i-Size fail

The ‘BabyStyle Oyster Carapace i-Size’ infant car seat when using the ‘Duofix i-Size base’ failed the frontal crash test when tested to stricter criteria than what is the legal minimum.

WARNING! ‘Chicco Oasys i-Size’ crash test fail!

Chicco Oasys i-Size

The Group 0+ rear-facing car seat for infants: Chicco Oasys i-Size, was recently crash tested by the German consumer organisation ‘Stiftung Warentest’. Sadly this crash test showed a severe fault with the car seat’s harness.

The European Standard FINALLY has TWO Aircraft Approved Car Seats!!

nachfolger TT plane approved

If you are a travel-loving family or parent, the fact that the ECE standard now offers TWO car seats that are approved for the plane, as well as being extended rear facing in the car, this news should make your heart do that pitter patter heart flutter. Flight Approval A couple of days a goRead more

We Review The ‘Nuna Norr’ Extended Rear Facing Car Seat!

Nuna Norr car seat review

A little while ago we were contacted by Nuna about reviewing their newest PLUS tested ERF seat, the Nuna Norr! Being the extended rear facing enthusiasts and specialists that we are, we, of course, couldn’t say no to this great opportunity. I have never actually owned a swivel seat (though I do have experience withRead more

How To Safely Pack Your Car Seat For Travel in 4 Simple Steps!

packing your car seat for holiday

It’s that time of the year again! And instead of blasting you with a wall of text on how to safely transport your car seats when travelling (obviously when not in use) I have taken the time to give you a nice short and informative “infographic”. Now, when it comes to aeroplane travel and bringingRead more

Our ‘BeSafe izi Modular RF i-Size’ Review!

BeSafe Modular RF Review

As you have probably figured out by my posts these past few months, we have been working with BeSafe. Last month we received another extended rear-facing seat to review, their Modular RF i-Size! It’s been a hectic time for the family, so I apologise for being a little late with publishing the reviews – but it’sRead more

BeSafe izi Flex Fix i-Size Review

A Rear Facing Family izi Flex review

A month ago we were sent the new iSize high back booster from BeSafe! It’s the first high back booster on the market that is approved to the new R129-02 regulation. Testing it has been a very good experience, and the seat has several key features on it that we see in other seats, butRead more

When Your 7 Year Old Makes You THE Proudest Mamma This Side Of The Galaxy!!

She's only seven but is educating the masses!

I just got a new mobile phone, and with that, I could finally get some of the apps that everyone else seems to have! Mainly ‘Snapchat’. I didn’t have much (and I still don’t have much!) experience with this app but it’s extremely popular with bloggers, so I thought ‘what the heck – let’s giveRead more

Axkid Minikid 2.0 Review

Axkid Minikid 2.0 review

Axkid Minikid (2018) Weight range: 0-25 kg (approx. from 6 months old to 6 years old) Installation: Seatbelt install Lowest harness height:  33cm Highest harness height: 43cm Cabin space required: 77cm Wash: 30° hand wash cycle and hang to dry PLUS TESTED RRP: £350 Plus tested car seats ensure that your child is not exposed toRead more