Child car seats: Compare features & prices
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|Britax KidFix SICT Isofix Remove||Add another||Add another||Add another|
|Price||£115.00 Exclusive to 1 retailer|
|Launch date||Sep 2010|
|Test Date||26 May 2011|
|Weight of child||15-36kg|
|Seat Group||Group 2 (infant schoolers)|
|Seat is installed||Forward-facing|
|Seat type||Isofix and belt installation possible|
|Child restrained by||Adult 3 point seat belt|
|Manufacturer's web address||www.britax.co.uk|
|How the seat is secured to the car|
|By adult 3-point seat belt||Adult seatbelt secures seat and child|
|By integrated isofix||Yes|
|By isofix base||No|
|By a belt-secured base||No|
|Type of isofix connectors||Isofix connectors|
|Seat weight (kg)||7.9|
|Part of a travel system||No|
|Rearward-facing Group 1 seat||No|
|Options for adjusting the seat|
|How the harness height is adjusted||No harness|
|Seat reclines?||Yes - 2 positions|
|Adjustable backrest and headrest?||Yes|
|Worst case overall safety rating|
|Overall safety group 0/0+ belted|
|Overall safety group 0/0+ Isofix|
|Overall safety rear facing group 1 belted|
|Overall safety rear facing group 1 Isofix|
|Overall safety front facing group 1 belted|
|Overall safety front facing group 1 Isofix|
|Overall safety group 2 belted|
|Overall safety group 2 Isofix|
|Overall safety rear facing group 2 belted|
|Overall safety group 2 3 belted|
|Overall safety group 2 3 Isofix|
|Overall safety group 2 3 back removed|
|Fitting and using|
|Fitting in car|
|Avoiding incorrect use|
Weight of child
The weight of the child that the seat is certified to carry.
The 'Group' that the seat is classified in. Car seats are divided into groups are determined by the child's weight. Some seats may span several groups.
How the seat is secured in the car.
Seat weight (kg)
Weight of the seat in kg.
Part of a travel system
Whether or not the seat is part of a travel system (e.g. can be taken out of the car and fitted directly into a corresponding pushchair).
Rearward-facing Group 1 seat
Whether or not the seat can be used rearward-facing up to 18kg (about aged 4).
Worst case overall safety rating
This is the lowest safety rating the seat achieved in any of its modes.
Fitting in car
How easy it is to install the seat correctly in the car.
How easy it is to strap a child securely into the seat (only applies to Group 0+ and Group 1 seats).
Avoiding incorrect use
How well the seat is designed in order to prevent incorrect use.
How easy the seat cover is to remove and wash.
How little space the seat takes up in the car.
The level of padding and support.