Britax Römer KidFix SL SICT review
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- Group 2/3 High-back booster
The Britax KidFix SL SICT Group 2/3 car seat is part of the popular Britax KidFix rage. This KidFix seat has soft latches (SL) to hold the seat in the car, and side-impact cushion technology (SICT) which should help protect your child in a crash. We crash test every car seat at the front and side. Find out how this car seat fared.
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- Direction of travelForward-facing
- Manufacturer URLWww.britax.co.uk
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