Nania I-MAX SP Isofix review
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- Group 1/2/3
The Nania I-Max SP Isofix is an affordable forward-facing Group 1/2/3 car seat which can be used for a long time, right up to when your toddler turns into a 12 year old. This seat uses Isofix connectors and a top tether to secure the seat, which we've sometimes found trickier to install. The bonus of this seat is that it can be turned into a high-backed booster seat for older children. See how this car seat fares in our crash tests below.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?
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- Manufacturer URLWww.nania.com
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