Axkid Wolmax review£240.00
The Axkid gets a good four-star overall safety rating, based on the results of our crash test. However, the seat is quite complicated to install and there's a high risk of error, especially due to the lower tether straps that are required. The seat scored badly in this category, so the overall score is lowered to 36%, meaning it's a Don't Buy.
An incorrectly fitted seat can reduce the protection offered by the car seat in a crash situation. Get this seat expertly fitted at a rear-facing car seat specialist, then the crash test results are good, and the added benefit is you can keep your child rear-facing for longer.
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