Are swivel seats safe?
Rotation car seats are neither less nor more safe than other car seats. They are approved and, therefore, completely safe. Most car seats have been put through additional external control tests such as those undertaken by the ADAC Stiftung Warentest organization. -They can be car seats approved by the R44-04 or i-Size.
What age is 18kg baby?
R44 Size Guide
|Group||Child’s weight||Age of child|
|Birth up to 10kg/22lb||Birth up to 6 to 9 months|
|0+||Birth up to 13kg/29lb||Birth up to 12 to 15 months|
|0+ & 1||Birth up to 18kg/40lb||Birth up to 4 years|
|1||9-18kg / 20-40lb||9 months to 4 years|
What does I size mean in car seats?
‘i-size’ is a new EU safety regulation for child car seats (ECE R129). It was introduced in July 2013 to make child car seats easier to fit, provide better protection from side impacts and keep children rearward-facing for longer. i-size only applies to Isofix seats.
What is the difference between Isofix and Isofit?
Be aware that Isofit and Isofix are not the same thing. Isofit seats still makes use of the vehicle’s Isofix anchor points but, unlike Isofix, uses the vehicle’s built-in three-point seatbelt to restrain the child rather than the five-point belt built in to Isofix seats.