WIN a Joie i-Pivot 360 car seat!

Joie i-Pivot

by Emily Gilbert |
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Joie are giving you the opportunity to win their newest member of the spinning family, i-Pivot 360, an i-Size safe, 360o turning traveller that spins rearward, forward and everywhere in between, making for easy ins and outs on every journey.

Suitable rearward facing from 40-105cm (birth to approx. 4 years) and forward facing from 76-105 cm (15 months – approx. 4 years) the i-Pivot 360 boasts a Tri-Protect headrest with three layers of foam, including Joie’s patented Intelli-Fit memory foam for optimal side protection.

With a 360-degree spin, the i-Pivot 360 has a super simple swivel for all round accessibility and effortless rearward to forward transitions. There is a rotating activator on both sides of the seat to make life easier.

Joie’s Smart Ride lock-off, helps parents to keep the seat in the rearward facing mode until it is safe to turn little one forward.

The one hand turn activator makes every trip and transition easy, allowing you to get little one in and out with minimal disruption for them and no back strain for you. You can keep little one sung and comfortable with the Grow-with-me infant body and head support, while the Grow Together, 6 position headrest and harness system that needs no rethreading, allows for an easy custom fit.

With 5, on-the-go recline positions and built in ventilation, i-Pivot provides a comfortable ride for your pint-sized passenger.’

Simply answer the question below correctly to be in for a chance of winning! The competition opens on the 1st May 2024 at 9am and closes on the 31st May at 11:59pm.

T&Cs

1 - The prize draw opens on 1st May 2024 at 9am and closes at 23:59pm on the 31st May 2024. Entries received before the Start Time or after the End Time will be invalid.

2 - This competition is open to UK residents aged 18 and over.

3 - There is one prize which is a i-Pivot 360, RRP £225.

4 - One winner will be picked randomly from all valid correctly answered entries who have answered during the prize date. The winners will be contacted shortly after the closing date and notified by email and have 7 days to respond before an alternative winner is chosen.

5 - Only one entry per person will be counted.

6 - Prizes will only be delivered to an address within the UK. Should a prize winner's contact details change, it is their responsibility to notify us, or the contact person(s) detailed in the Competition’s Specific Terms.

7 - No purchase is necessary. To enter for free visit www.motherandbaby.com/reviews/car-seats/win-joie-i-pivot-360/

8 - Full terms and conditions can be found at www.bauerlegal.co.uk/competition-terms.html

9 - The prize is provided by Joie. We are not responsible for any aspect of the prize, including unsatisfactory quality or the entirety of the prize due to their own circumstances or restrictions. Prizes are non-transferable, non-refundable and no cash alternative will be offered.

10 - Our employees (and their family members) or employees of any company involved in the Competition, including any Prize Provider, are not permitted to enter.

11 - H Bauer Publishing is the promoter of this Competition, see: http://www.bauerlegal.co.uk/ for details of our registered office and company number.

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