- Side Impact Protection – with deep, softly padded side wings.
- ISOFIT system – anchors the seat directly to the car’s ISOFIT connection points eliminating any margin for error when installing the seat.
- Indicators – confirm that the ISOFIT catch arm hooks are engaged.
- Easily accessible seat belt path.
- Height adjustable headrest – helps support a sleeping child.
- Adjustable backrest – for safe installation in a wide range of cars.
- Multi-recline position – when secured with ISOFIT.
- When secured with ISOFIT – there is no need to strap the seat in when not in use.
- Softly padded and washable cover.
- Seat grows with the child.
- Lap belt positioned correctly.
- Diagonal belt positioned correctly.
- Easy to transfer between cars.
- Option to install with ISOFIX connection points or 3-point seat belt forward facing.
Age Range – 4-12Years
Dimensions – H 66 x W 43 x L 43cm
Weight – 8.5kgs
TOP TIPS – HOW TO ARRIVE SAFELY AND SANELY AT YOUR CHRISTMAS DESTINATION
GETTING YOUR FAMILY READ
· Pack the car the night before, so if you are leaving early in the morning, you just have to pop in the kids, the change bag and a couple of favourite teddy bears and you are good to go!
· Make sure you have extra drinks for the children and a flask of hot coffee / milk for unexpected delays.
· Make sure your mobile is fully charged if you need to keep in touch with family or friends whilst on the move.
· Have an empty plastic bag to store all the rubbish which accumulates during a long car journey – think banana skins, discarded chocolate wrappers, used baby wipes. A bag is also handy if there is an unexpected bout of travel sickness.
· Best in-car munchies? Dried fruit, cheese sticks and the more chewy, less crumbly of the cereal bars.
· Make sure you have a good collection of DVD’s that suit all the children for when they are allowed screen time!
· If you have boys, make sure you have a couple of empty bottles if they need an emergency wee!
· Have plenty of baby wipes for in-car nappy changes, dirty hands and chocolate faces. It is a good idea to get your little ones to wear two thin(ish) tops, so you can whip the dirty one off as soon as you arrive leaving the clean and sparkling one below.
· Store a few surprises in the front seat for those un-timely fractious moments, such as pens and papers for extra games, some interactive books and a couple of little animal toys.
· Although obvious, try and plan your driving time around one or two of your babies or children’s sleep times. Sometimes letting the little ones run wild all morning lends itself to a more relaxed afternoon drive. Sometimes travelling at night may be preferable so they all sleep – although you need to make sure you aren’t too tired and settling a little one into a new environment late at night can sometimes be a bit testing.
· Divide and conquer. Keep as much space as possible between siblings in the back – the closer they are, the feistier they can get. Try a physical boundary like a pillow between them.
· Pack some blankets and have hats and gloves ready should you need them at a moments notice.
PLAN YOUR ROUTE
GETTING YOUR CAR READY
WHILST ON THE MOVE
AND WHEN YOU GET THERE…