Car Seat Guide

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A suitable car seat is important for your child’s safety. You choose the right car seat according to weight and age.
On this page you can read about the different groups and characteristics of a car seat.
Car seat guide Group 0+ 1
car seat guide group 1/2/3

Group 0+/1

Car seats for group 0+/1 are used from birth. You can fasten these with a seatbelt but you can also use an isofix-base.
These car seats are placed against the driving direction, this position offers more support for your child in a frontal collision.

Group 0+/1 car seats: Felice fix, Impero Isofix, Monza, Velio I-size 360°

Group 1/2/3

Group 1/2/3 car seats can be used for a longer time. The Group 1/2/3 car seats are suitable for children from 9 to 36kg and are equipped with an adjustable 5 point safety belt. The headrest is adjustable in height so that the car seat grows with your child.

Group 1/2/3 car seats: Arona Isofix, Felice fix, Fiero, Monza

car seat guide 360° rotatable
car seat guide isofix

360°

These car seats can rotate 360°. This makes it easy to rotate the car seat towards you. And ensures that you can easily place your child in and out of the car. A swivel car seat grows with your child. This way you can first use it against the driving direction and later you can easily turn it around so that your child sits with the driving direction.

360° rotatable car seats: Monza, Velio I-size 360°

Isofix

Isofix is a special safety connection system for car seats. The advantages of the Isofix system are the easy installation of the seat in the car, which reduces the risk of installation errors. In addition, your child is better protected because the seat is attached directly to the body of the car. As a result, the seat is always securely fastened in a fixed position. Make sure you check your car before purchasing an Isofix car seat, as not all cars are equipped with this system.

Car seats with Isofix: Arona Isofix, Felica fix, Fiero, Impero Isofix, Monza, Velio I-size 360°

car seat guide booster seat
car seat guide top tether

Booster seat

A Booster seat is a perfect solution for kids below 12 years, who have outgrown a Group 3 car seat. The height of a child is important when purchasing a booster seat. Booster cushions may be used from the child’s height of 1.10 m. Some Baninni carseats can convert into a booster, by removing their backrest.

Booster seats: Adino, Corsa luxe, Robu

Top tether

Most Isofix car seats are equipped with a ‘Top-Tether’. This is an extra belt on the back of the car seat. This belt is used to prevent tilting movements and must be fastened to an attachment eye in the trunk of the car.

Car seats with top tether: Arona Isofix, Felice fix, Fiero, Monza

Car seat guide group 0+ 1

Group 0+/1

Car seats for group 0+/1 are used from birth. You can fasten these with a seatbelt but you can also use an isofix-base.
These car seats are placed against the driving direction, this position offers more support for your child in a frontal collision.

Group 0+/1 car seats: Felice fix, Impero Isofix, Monza, Velio I-size 360°

Car seat guide group 1/2/3

Group 1/2/3

Group 1/2/3 car seats can be used for a longer time. The Group 1/2/3 car seats are suitable for children from 9 to 36kg and are equipped with an adjustable 5 point safety belt. The headrest is adjustable in height so that the car seat grows with your child.

Group 1/2/3 car seats: Group 1/2/3 car seats: Arona Isofix, Felice fix, Fiero, Monza

Car seat guide 360° rotatable

360°

These car seats can rotate 360°. This makes it easy to rotate the car seat towards you. And ensures that you can easily place your child in and out of the car. A swivel car seat grows with your child. This way you can first use it against the driving direction and later you can easily turn it around so that your child sits with the driving direction.

360° rotatable car seats: Monza, Velio I-size 360°

car seat guide isofix

Isofix

Isofix is a special safety connection system for car seats. The advantages of the Isofix system are the easy installation of the seat in the car, which reduces the risk of installation errors. In addition, your child is better protected because the seat is attached directly to the body of the car. As a result, the seat is always securely fastened in a fixed position. Make sure you check your car before purchasing an Isofix car seat, as not all cars are equipped with this system.

Car seats with Isofix: Arona Isofix, Felica fix, Fiero, Impero Isofix, Monza, Velio I-size 360°

car seat guide booster seat

Booster seat

A Booster seat is a perfect solution for kids below 12 years, who have outgrown a Group 3 car seat. The height of a child is important when purchasing a booster seat. Booster cushions may be used from the child’s height of 1.10 m. Some Baninni carseats can convert into a booster, by removing their backrest.

Booster seats: Adino, Corsa luxe, Robu

car seat guide top tether

Top tether

Most Isofix car seats are equipped with a ‘Top-Tether’. This is an extra belt on the back of the car seat. This belt is used to prevent tilting movements and must be fastened to an attachment eye in the trunk of the car.

Car seats with top tether: Arona Isofix, Felice fix, Fiero, Monza

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