Diono Radian 5 review£180.00
The Diono Radian 5 multi-group seat is approved for use with babies from birth up to 25kg, which is around seven years old. The regulation this seat is approved to does not include a side impact crash tests. All car seats we review include a side impact crash test. In our tests, a combination of poor frontal crash-test results and how difficult it is to install means the score is limited to 20% and it's a Don't Buy car seat. A good car seat should protect well in all the modes it's designed to be used in and be easy to install, to avoid error.
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