Nuna Rebl review£320.00
The Nuna Rebl i-Size car seat has passed the regulatory tests required by the UN ECE R129 standard to be sold as suitable for children from 40cm to 105cm, which is from birth to around four-years old.
However, in our crash tests, which are conducted at higher speeds and forces than the standard requires, the Nuna Rebl is the first i-Size car seat we've seen to fail in our frontal-impact crash tests. This is because the seat was not up to withstanding the forces of the crash. When tested with a crash-test dummy representing a three-year old, the metal frame broke, sending the seat backwards. The risk of injury is very high.
This seat has since been updated and we have tested the latest version, the Nuna Rebl Plus i-size, click the link to read the results.
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