What is a baby car seat?
A baby car seat, is a specially designed seat used to transport babies and toddlers safely in the car. These car seats are designed to accommodate the specific needs and delicate anatomy of infants and newborns. A number of features are particularly important:
Rear-facing position: a baby car seat is designed to be installed in the car against the direction of travel. This is the safest position for newborns and infants because it better protects the child's head, neck and spine.
Seat belts or ISOFIX: The infant car seat is secured with the car's existing seat belts or with an ISOFIX attachment system to ensure it remains stable while driving.
Safety Features: Infant carriers are equipped with seat belts, padding and side impact protection to provide maximum protection for the baby.
Carrying handle: most baby car seats have a carrying handle, which is an important safety feature in the car, it serves as a roll bar. It also makes it easier to carry the baby in the car seat.
Adjustable headrest: the headrest of the baby car seat is often adjustable to provide optimal support for the growing baby.
Different seating positions: Some infant carriers can be adjusted to different sitting and reclining positions. The positions vary depending on the combination with stroller or Base T.
Integrated sun canopy: An adjustable and/or removable sun canopy is also included.
Use outside the car: With the roll bar, the infant carrier can be transported very easily or connected to a stroller frame with suitable adapters.