BeSafe iZi Combi X4 ISOfix Group 0+/1 Car Seat - Ruby Red
BeSafe is rapidly becoming a top contender for families and even celebrities when it comes to choosing a car seat, which is one of the many reasons we are so pleased to be a stockist here at Direct2Mum.
The BeSafe iZi Combi X4 is the newest member of the BeSafe family, suitable from 6 months to 4 years. The Combi X4 connects to your cars Isofix anchor points for a secure installation and allows your child to sit in a rearward facing position until the age of 4.
Rearward facing is the safest way for a young tot to travel but the X4 can be used in a forward facing position after the first nine months with a 3-point car seat belt. Both the Road Traffic Safety organizations and BeSafe recommend that children should sit in a rear-facing position for as long as possible and preferably up until 4 years old. Sitting facing the rear is 5 times safer for children in this age group.
The car seat can be fitted right up against the back of the rear seat with the extending Isofix arms when the child is small, which can provide you with as much as an extra 10 cm of space for the front seats - and then the seat can be moved out as the child grows. In this way children can sit in the safest way for as long as possible.
The iZi Combi X4 is made from sandwich construction, consisting of a reinforced plastic shell with a 40mm soft shell inside. It has a double-layer side-impact protection and a body-hugging internal cushion for smaller children. It also has an anti-rotation front brace to protect your child incase of a rear impact.
The 5-point harness has central and height adjustment, while magnetic connectors will hold the harness open for easier access to your child. The seat can recline into 3 different sitting positions ideal for when your little one is having a snooze. And for convenience, the cover can be removed and washed using a 40⁰C wool programme to freshen up your car seat.
*Please note, although these seats are classes as Group 0 they are generally only designed for children aged 6 months on as they do not provide as much support for a newborn as specific infant carriers.*