Maxi Cosi Beryl review
This child car seat has passed the regulatory tests required by ECE R44/04 to be sold as suitable for children from birth to 25kg. But in our own tests, which are conducted at higher speeds and stronger forces than the standard requires, this seat gets an average safety rating. Our lab experts spotted issues when tested in group 2 mode (from 15 to 25kg). It’s also scored poorly for ease of use and the risk of incorrect installation. Any car seat scoring 45% or less will become a Which? Don't Buy.
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- Group 0 plus/1/2
The Maxi Cosi Beryl is a multi-stage car seat designed to last your child from birth to when he or she weighs 25kg, which is around seven years old. That’s a long time, and our car seat lab experts will check whether there’s room for the average six or seven year old to sit comfortably so you can use it for its full lifetime. Read the full review of this car seat to find out their thoughts.What's included:
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- How safe is it?
- Is it easy to fit?
- Is the seat comfortable?
- Is there anything I should watch out for?
- Is there anything else I should know?
- Should I buy it?
- Where can I buy it?
First reviewed by Which?
- Direction of travelReversible
- Manufacturer URLHttps://www.maxi-cosi.co.uk/
- 0%Lowest score
- 65%Average score
- 82%Highest score
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