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The right Baby Car Seat

What should you consider when buying a car seat? We start by explaining the different groups. See the list below.

  •     Group 0+ for children who weigh less than 10 kg and are under 15 months old.
  •     I-Size They are for all children no taller than 105 cm and under 15 months of age.
  •     Group 1 for children weighing between 9 and 18 kg and not older than 4 years of age
  •     Group 2 for children weighing between 18 and 25 kg and not older than 7 years of age
  •     Group 3 for children weighing between 22 and 36 kg who are not older than 12 years of age.
  •     Group 1/2/3 for children weighing between 9 and 36 kg and not older than 12 years of age
  •     Reboarder

Group 0+ Baby Car Seat

This is the infant car seat. You can use the infant car seat from birth up to approx. 9 kg. If your child becomes too big for the infant car seat then it would be necessary to buy a car seat from group 1 or 1/2/3. The infant car seat is fastened backwards in the car with belts or the Isofix Base / Isofix Station. You can place the infant car seat on the front passenger seat using the belt system, but the airbag should then be switched off.

I-Size Child Seat

This is the size of the child and not the weight. You can use the I-Size infant car seat up to 105 cm or up to 15 months. This will allow you to use this infant car seat longer than the old infant car seat. The infant car seat is fastened backwards in the car using a belt system or the Isofix Base / Isofix Station. You can place the infant car seat on the front passenger seat using the belt system, but the airbag should then be switched off.

What is I-Size exactly: i-Size stands for the first phase of the new child seat standard ECE R129, which came into force in July 2013. It refers to child seats (baby seats) for children up to a maximum height of 150 centimeters.

Group 1 Child Seat

There are seats with Isofix and which are fixed by means of the belt. Here there are also different possibilities. Seats with impact shield and without. What is a impact shield ? A catching basket for a car seat, with which your child is strapped during the journey, instead of the normal 5 point belt. Forward facing child seats with a 5 point belt system have the highest risk of injury. The risk of injury is much lower with the impact shield. But even better are the reboarder seats.

Reboarder Child Seat

Reboarder seats are seats that can be turned. You can use them against the direction of travel. So not only the baby seat is fastened backwards directed into the car, but also the following car seat up to approx. 18 kg, is approx. 4 years. Children in a backward facing seat sit much safer than in a forward facing car seat. Rear-facing child seats distribute the impact energy evenly over the child's entire back. The seat shell acts as a protective shield, supporting the head and neck. Did you know that there are reclining seats?

Group 2 Child Seat

These are car seats for children from 18 - 25 kg and not older than 7 years. These are car seats like Maxi Cosi 2 Way Pearl, GB Vaya, Nuna Rebl Plus and much more. Group 2 seats are also often Reboarders.

Group 3 Child Seat

These are car seats from approx. 6 years to 12 years. Up to 36 kg. These seats grow with up to an age of 12 years. These seats can be fixed with belts in the car or by means of the Isofix. The children are fastened with the normal 3 point belt system, exactly like with the adult. Isofix is a simple system to fasten the car seat. The system is standardized according to the Iso 13216 standard, after which it got its name.

Group 1/2/3 Child Seat

Group 1/2/3 car seats are car seats which are exceeding groups. This means that you can use these seats from 9 kg up to 12 years. However, these are forward facing seats with little or no reclining function. It is then also important that your child can sit well independently. Your child is strapped by a 5 point belt system or by impact shield. Different brands offer car seats in the 1/2/3 group, but not every manufacturer.

How to clean Child Seat?

The fabric of most car seats is easy to remove. The covers are washable at 30° degrees. It is best to let the covers dry in the air.

The right Baby Car Seat What should you consider when buying a car seat ? We start by explaining the different groups . See the list below.     Group 0+ for children... read more »
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Car Seats - Choosing the right type of car seat

The right Baby Car Seat

What should you consider when buying a car seat? We start by explaining the different groups. See the list below.

  •     Group 0+ for children who weigh less than 10 kg and are under 15 months old.
  •     I-Size They are for all children no taller than 105 cm and under 15 months of age.
  •     Group 1 for children weighing between 9 and 18 kg and not older than 4 years of age
  •     Group 2 for children weighing between 18 and 25 kg and not older than 7 years of age
  •     Group 3 for children weighing between 22 and 36 kg who are not older than 12 years of age.
  •     Group 1/2/3 for children weighing between 9 and 36 kg and not older than 12 years of age
  •     Reboarder

Group 0+ Baby Car Seat

This is the infant car seat. You can use the infant car seat from birth up to approx. 9 kg. If your child becomes too big for the infant car seat then it would be necessary to buy a car seat from group 1 or 1/2/3. The infant car seat is fastened backwards in the car with belts or the Isofix Base / Isofix Station. You can place the infant car seat on the front passenger seat using the belt system, but the airbag should then be switched off.

I-Size Child Seat

This is the size of the child and not the weight. You can use the I-Size infant car seat up to 105 cm or up to 15 months. This will allow you to use this infant car seat longer than the old infant car seat. The infant car seat is fastened backwards in the car using a belt system or the Isofix Base / Isofix Station. You can place the infant car seat on the front passenger seat using the belt system, but the airbag should then be switched off.

What is I-Size exactly: i-Size stands for the first phase of the new child seat standard ECE R129, which came into force in July 2013. It refers to child seats (baby seats) for children up to a maximum height of 150 centimeters.

Group 1 Child Seat

There are seats with Isofix and which are fixed by means of the belt. Here there are also different possibilities. Seats with impact shield and without. What is a impact shield ? A catching basket for a car seat, with which your child is strapped during the journey, instead of the normal 5 point belt. Forward facing child seats with a 5 point belt system have the highest risk of injury. The risk of injury is much lower with the impact shield. But even better are the reboarder seats.

Reboarder Child Seat

Reboarder seats are seats that can be turned. You can use them against the direction of travel. So not only the baby seat is fastened backwards directed into the car, but also the following car seat up to approx. 18 kg, is approx. 4 years. Children in a backward facing seat sit much safer than in a forward facing car seat. Rear-facing child seats distribute the impact energy evenly over the child's entire back. The seat shell acts as a protective shield, supporting the head and neck. Did you know that there are reclining seats?

Group 2 Child Seat

These are car seats for children from 18 - 25 kg and not older than 7 years. These are car seats like Maxi Cosi 2 Way Pearl, GB Vaya, Nuna Rebl Plus and much more. Group 2 seats are also often Reboarders.

Group 3 Child Seat

These are car seats from approx. 6 years to 12 years. Up to 36 kg. These seats grow with up to an age of 12 years. These seats can be fixed with belts in the car or by means of the Isofix. The children are fastened with the normal 3 point belt system, exactly like with the adult. Isofix is a simple system to fasten the car seat. The system is standardized according to the Iso 13216 standard, after which it got its name.

Group 1/2/3 Child Seat

Group 1/2/3 car seats are car seats which are exceeding groups. This means that you can use these seats from 9 kg up to 12 years. However, these are forward facing seats with little or no reclining function. It is then also important that your child can sit well independently. Your child is strapped by a 5 point belt system or by impact shield. Different brands offer car seats in the 1/2/3 group, but not every manufacturer.

How to clean Child Seat?

The fabric of most car seats is easy to remove. The covers are washable at 30° degrees. It is best to let the covers dry in the air.

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