Car Seat Support

The Complete Cybex Solution Z-iFix Review

Posted by Robyn Hunt on

The Cybex Soultion Z-iFix is an i-size approved child booster seat which can only be used forward facing. The Solution Z-iFix is amongst the highest scoring booster seats sold by Precious Cargo. When using the Solution Z-iFix, your child is secured to the booster seat using the vehicle’s 3-point seat belt. The Solution Z-iFix ensures that the seatbelt is positioned correctly over your child’s body to ensure maximum protection in an accident. The Solution Z-iFix can be used with or without the isofix anchors which makes it a good option if having to move the seat between cars where one does not have isofix capabilities.

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The Complete Maxi Cosi Kore Pro Review

Posted by Robyn Hunt on

The Maxi Cosi Kore Pro is an iSize approved child booster seat which is forward facing only. As with all boosters, your child is secured to the booster seat using the vehicle’s 3-point seatbelt. Booster seats raise your child up so that the vehicle’s 3-point seatbelt is positioned safely over the child’s body instead of on the neck and on the abdomen where they could sustain life threatening injuries in an accident. High back boosters like the Kore Pro also offer side impact protection to the head and torso. The Kore Pro can be used with or without isofix anchors which makes it a great option for all vehicles.

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Why do children need booster seats?

Posted by Julie Monson on

Seatbelts are designed to protect adults over 1.5m tall, and can cause severe or even fatal injuries in children. Children strapped with just a seatbelt before they are tall enough to achieve a safe seatbelt fit were found to be 3 times more likely to be injured in a crash than adults.

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Highback vs backless booster | Which is safest?

Posted by Julie Monson on

Booster seats are belt positioning devices, in other words, they position the vehicle seatbelt into a more safe position across your child's torso.Most highback boosters have deep, padded side wings to offer protection and support to the head, neck and torso in the event of a collision, as well as side impact protection. Backless boosters raise a child up to get a better lapbelt fit, but they offer no side impact protection or support to the head or neck.

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When Should My Child Move To A Booster Seat?

Posted by Julie Monson on

A child is only booster ready when they meet ALL 5 criteria: At least 4 years old. Meet the weight of 15kg Meet the minimum height limit of 100cm Be responsible enough to sit properly 100% of the time, even while asleep. Have a safe belt fit.

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