Chicco Neptune Car Seat

from Chicco
RRP  £199.99
Chicco Neptune Car Seat

by Liat Hughes Joshi |
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Lightweight and easy to move but as a result didn't feel as robust as others. It’s a roomy seat with covers that are easily removed for washing and its very comfortable. The side impact protection is very thick too but unfortunately it doesn’t recline.

The Neptune is sporty, lightweight, and easy to move between cars but it does feel a bit on the flimsy side. The seat itself is quite roomy and there is extra padding in the lower back area for extra impact protection. The covers can be taken off for washing without having to remove the harness which makes it a much easier job to tackle.

There is thick impact protection for your child’s head and shoulders

The five point harness can be removed once your child reaches 15kg (about four years old) when the adult seat belt can be used instead. There are shoulder pads on the harness for added comfort and there is thick impact protection for your child’s head and shoulders. Another plus is the air circulation system that keeps your child’s back cool during hot weather. We also like the fact that the seat has an adjustable headrest too. But overall it doesn't feels as sturdy as other models and it doesn't recline at all, making it unsuitable for younger children needing to nap.

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Chicco Neptune Car Seat


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