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Old Feb 9th, 2012, 18:01 PM   11
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we have one of these http://cybex-online.com/lt/carseats/pallas2-fix.html



 
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Old Feb 10th, 2012, 13:18 PM   12
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I have never heard of this 'must be able t get baby out with one hand' rule....

We have this carseat so seatbelts aren't a problem for us:
http://m.johnlewis.com/mt/www.johnle...U&Id=231445983



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Old Feb 10th, 2012, 13:52 PM   13
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We have the Jane Monte Carlo with Xtend Impact Shield, so aain no worry about harnesses....



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Old Feb 10th, 2012, 15:27 PM   14
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I also use the Houdini Stop. It's very easy to undo and could even be cut in the event of an accident if someone couldn't open it (they'd be pretty daft if they couldn't manage it!). IMO yes they're not recommended BUT it's far more dangerous for my toddler to be able to wriggle free from his seat.



 
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Old Feb 10th, 2012, 16:13 PM   15
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I wish i had found this thread earler! Have been struggling with my 2year old escaping constantly! such a nightmare. x



 
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Old Feb 10th, 2012, 16:36 PM   16
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I have never heard of this 'must be able t get baby out with one hand' rule....

We have this carseat so seatbelts aren't a problem for us:
http://m.johnlewis.com/mt/www.johnle...U&Id=231445983
How do you find that one? We did think of getting them, but OH wasnt keen.

Emma used to wriggle so much that we decided that as she was of the legal weight to try her with the normal seatbelt. She stopped the wriggling/trying to escape. And she now knows that ther DeDaw (police) man will come and be angry with mummy if she takes that belt off in any way shape or form without my permission.



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Old Feb 10th, 2012, 17:36 PM   17
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I have never heard of this 'must be able t get baby out with one hand' rule....

We have this carseat so seatbelts aren't a problem for us:
http://m.johnlewis.com/mt/www.johnle...U&Id=231445983
How do you find that one? We did think of getting them, but OH wasnt keen.

Emma used to wriggle so much that we decided that as she was of the legal weight to try her with the normal seatbelt. She stopped the wriggling/trying to escape. And she now knows that ther DeDaw (police) man will come and be angry with mummy if she takes that belt off in any way shape or form without my permission.
Thats what we did with Daniel. He was always trying to get out of his car seat but once we'd moved him to the high-backed booster seat we had no problems at all. Height and weight wise he was more than fine to go into the booster and he understood that I could get into trouble if he took the seat belt off or if he didn't wear the strap properly so he just never attempted it. I think he must of been so uncomfortable in the car seat.



 
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Old Jul 6th, 2012, 09:26 AM   18
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hi, did the 5 point plus work? i have the same problem with my son who is also 28 months old (not yet talking and its impossible to reason with him)...



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Old Jul 6th, 2012, 16:14 PM   19
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I have never heard of this 'must be able t get baby out with one hand' rule....

We have this carseat so seatbelts aren't a problem for us:
http://m.johnlewis.com/mt/www.johnle...U&Id=231445983
I haven't either, there are so many variables where accidents are concerned it seems very strange to stipulate something like that



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