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Kiddy Infinity Pro car seat storms Which? tests

Kiddy Infinity Pro child car seat scores well

Kiddy Infinitypro car seat

The new Kiddy Infinitypro scores highly

The new Infinity Pro child car seat from Kiddy achieved great results in a recent Which? test.

The child car seat achieved an excellent five-star rating for side-crash protection, and four stars overall for safety. 

The car seat uses a protective body shield to help cushion the impact and is the first seat of its type to be tested in the Which? crash test.

Child car seats

Full details of all our crash tests covering 54 seats from all major manufacturers, including Britax, Mamas & Papas, Chicco, Silver Cross, Mothercare, Nania, Maxi Cosi, Bebe Confort, Jane and Hauck can be found in our child car seats report.

We put child car seats through stringent tests and rate them on a range of factors, including how easy it is to install the child seat in your car.

The Infinity Pro’s simple installation was a factor in its success in our tests, where it achieved five stars for ease of use. 

Infinity Pro

The Infinity Pro is secured into the seat by bringing the adult seat belt over and through the body shield. The instruction manual is very clear, minimising the chances of it being fitted incorrectly.

Overall the seat scored an outstanding 78% – great results for a Group 1 seat – these are seats which are suitable for transporting children weighing 9-18kg (about nine months to four years old).

Kiddy says the seat should be available through independent retailers from January and prices are expected to start at around £130. 

Full results for the Kiddy Infinity Pro will be published at on Which.co.uk early next week.

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