Maxi-cosi mica 360° rotative car seat with isofix, convertible, rearward and forward facing, from birth until 4 years, 40-105 cm, authentic black
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The overall safety score is made up of the results of crash testing (front crash; side crash) seat design, stability in the car and belt routing. Our crash tests go beyond the legal minimum requirements for UK car seat regulations and are conducted at higher speeds and forces than the regulations require. We feel our tests more accurately reflect what could happen in a real life crash. The Maxi-Cosi Mica has visual indicators that notify you when the car seat is correctly attached to your car’s ISOFIX anchor points. When it is secured properly, the car seat can stay in the car. This way taking your little one on a trip is no longer a hassle. All you have to do is position your child and fasten the safety harness correctly. You can keep your child rearward-facing for this whole time, or turn them forward-facing once they're 76cm tall. We'd recommend you keep your child rearward-facing for as long as possible.
Like the Titan Pro, it's installed using Isofix and a top tether. Once your child reaches 100cm (around four years old), you can remove the harness and restrain them using the three-point vehicle seatbelt. Place the left foot on the chart and record the length of the foot (e.g. 2¼) repeat for the right foot (e.g. 2½).
The Pearl Pro is an i-Size car seat that's approved for use for children measuring 67-105cm, which is approximately 1-4 years old. You can turn your baby forward-facing once they're 15 months old, or keep them rearward until they're four. It can be reclined to three different levels, which can be useful if your toddler tends to doze off on a drive.
Limited. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Sales arranged by Direct Group With Take 3 you can choose to pay less than the Take 3 amount. However, if you do, interest will be chargedIt's installed using Isofix connectors, but you can also fit the base using the vehicle seatbelt, which is useful if you don't have Isofix in your car. However, this will depend on whether your local recycling centre has facilities to separate hard or rigid plastics from other materials. It's worth calling the local recycling tip to see if it offers this service, otherwise it may have to go into landfill.
Approved for babies measuring 45-75cm tall (birth to around 12 months), this car seat can be installed via the Isofix base, or belted directly into your vehicle.Without the newborn inlay, it's approved for use from when your baby measures 61cm in height, which is around 3-4 months. This is an extended rear-facing car seat that can be used from birth (with the Comfy Baby-Hugg Inlay, sold separately) until your child is four years old (or 105cm). There's also a version of this seat called the Maxi-Cosi Kore, which is almost identical, except it doesn't have the seat light.