Besafe IZI Go X1 belted review
***March 2020 update***
BeSafe has alerted us that it is recalling the iZi Go X1 car seat because of a potential safety issue. It has said that the fault is with certain models and only when using the seat with the Isofix base. This car seat is safe to use when installed using the car's seat belt. Identify if your car seat is one of the recalled models and what to do next
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The BeSafe IZI Go X1 is an egg-shaped rearward-facing Group 0+ infant car seat. It's suitable from birth up to 13kg, or around 15 months, and can be used with many popular pushchair brands, including Bugaboo, Quinny and Stokke, as part of a travel system. We'd previously tested the older model, so we were keen to find out how the latest version of this car seat fared in our tests.
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- Direction of travelRearward-facing
- Manufacturer URLWww.hts.no/uk
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