Nania Revo review
This child car seat has passed the regulatory tests required by ECE R44/04 to be sold as suitable for babies and toddlers from 9kg to 18kg. The regulation this child car seat is approved too doesn't include a side-impact crash test. However, our crash tests include frontal and side impact scenarios are designed to replicate real-life crash scenarios. The poor two-star overall safety score from our tests shows that this seat fails to protect a child sufficiently, exposing the child to a higher risk of serious injury. It's difficult to install, too, and its low score makes it a Don't Buy.
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- Group 0 plus/1
- Baby to toddler
The Nania Revo is a cheap Group 0+/1 baby car seat suitable from birth up until 18kg, or around four years old. It's widely available and can be installed using the car's adult seatbelt; there are no Isofix connectors, but we've made it a Don't Buy. Read our safety alert to find out why.
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