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no, the seat is comfortable and the headrest is removable. I recomend it
By giuseppe vander slaghmolen on 17 December 2014
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Its fixed by the cars seat belt. The child is then secured by the harness belts.
By shelley.b on 09 February 2015
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No. It's not certified for plane use. We're flying with thomas cook and asked them, they said we can take any seat but then lots of ppl have said once you get there most seats don't fit securely (even plane certified ones) so you don't end up being able to use it. Look for CARES. This is what we are using and it's supp… see more No. It's not certified for plane use. We're flying with thomas cook and asked them, they said we can take any seat but then lots of ppl have said once you get there most seats don't fit securely (even plane certified ones) so you don't end up being able to use it. Look for CARES. This is what we are using and it's supposed to be very safe see less
By sparkle on 26 July 2015
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Yes it has the same warranty as if it was purchased from Britax directly.
By Kathrine Groseth on 12 November 2015
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It shouldn't be, it fits the same way as any car set would, I assume they had difficulty as its quite small in the back of a Jazz, it is easier to fit if you have a 5 door car as you can stand out side with the door open and have the seat facing towards you as you feed the seatbelt through, then turn it into position t… see more It shouldn't be, it fits the same way as any car set would, I assume they had difficulty as its quite small in the back of a Jazz, it is easier to fit if you have a 5 door car as you can stand out side with the door open and have the seat facing towards you as you feed the seatbelt through, then turn it into position to click in to place, I found that kneeling on the seat once in place and adjusting the seat belt gave a good secure fit. see less
By walke_mr on 23 February 2015
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It fits my seat leon. About others cars I can answer.
By Ermelindo Tavares on 26 April 2015
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To be honest I couldn't tell you as we fitted it into either our Merc 220CDi or Volvo XC90... both with ease....! Considering this is a seat belt install I would imagine it would fit any car with a standard seat belot configuration. Also good seat, we've used it since our son was 9 months, and too big for rear facing,… see more To be honest I couldn't tell you as we fitted it into either our Merc 220CDi or Volvo XC90... both with ease....! Considering this is a seat belt install I would imagine it would fit any car with a standard seat belot configuration. Also good seat, we've used it since our son was 9 months, and too big for rear facing, and he's much happier....! see less
By Jason Stone on 07 April 2015
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This comes with a 2 year warranty via a warranty card to fill in included in the booklet (page 80) BUT... the card is supposed to have a retailers stamp !!!
By shopaholic on 25 February 2015
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Unfortunately you'd have to take baby out and undo the seatbelt to be able to recline. It's a flip bar on the bottom of the seat that goes forward for upright sitting and flip it back to recline for long journeys or when baby is likely to fall asleep. Apart from this annoyance it's a fantastic seat and my little one lo… see more Unfortunately you'd have to take baby out and undo the seatbelt to be able to recline. It's a flip bar on the bottom of the seat that goes forward for upright sitting and flip it back to recline for long journeys or when baby is likely to fall asleep. Apart from this annoyance it's a fantastic seat and my little one loves it. Hope this helps. see less
By Nikki N. on 08 October 2015
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I was told the harness in most car seats (unless stated otherwise) are only tested up to 18kg therefore it is unsafe to use them once the child has reached that weight.
If u want to carry on using a harness choose Britax Advansafix which has 5 point harness that could be used up to 25kg. Hope this helps x

By iLoveSparklyThings on 03 February 2016