Booster seats

Once your child has grown out of a rear-facing child car seatit's time to switch to a forward-facing booster seatWe offer safe and flexible booster seats with ISOFIX brackets and belt mounting. 

Installation

ISOFIX is the international standard for attachment points for child safety seats in passenger cars. Under the current UN/ECE R14 Regulation, all new vehicles produced since February 2013 are required to have ISOFIX lower anchorages.

Car size

A compact car is having between 100-109 cubic feet of combined passenger and cargo volume.

A mid-size car must have between 110 and 119 combined cubic feet of volume and have a max length of 196.8.

A full-size car is any car with more than 120 cubic feet of combined volume.

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At Axkid we recommend changing from a rear-facing car seat to a forward-facing one later than the regulations state. It is difficult to say exacltly when your child will change from a rear-facing to a forward-facing car seat. Up to about 6-7 years of age, children can sit backwards, but it is mainly the length that determines when it is time for the child to ride forwards. We prefer that the change to forward-facing riding takes place after the child has passed 125 cm. When your child has grown out of a rear-facing car seat, but has not yet reached the optimal length for the car's three-point seat belt, it is time to change to a forward-facing booster seat.

It is the position of the seat belt that determines whether your child should have a booster seat or booster cushion. If the belt ends up too far out on the child's shoulder or over the child's stomach in a booster cushion, it is best to wait with it and choose a booster seat instead. The booster seat is equipped with a so-called belt adjuster that ensures that the seat belt is in the correct position. Axkid offers safe and flexible high back booster seats with ISOFIX brackets and belt mounting. Our forward-facing car seats fit all car seats that are equipped with a three-point belt.

Are you unsure which car seat to choose? Our car seat guide will help you find the right one.