Are group 123 car seats safe?

What age is a 123 car seat for?

Group 123 seats, or combination seats as they are commonly known, may be suitable from 9kg or about 76cm, right up to 36kg, 150cm or 12 years of age. Children should be in a car seat until 135cm or 12 years of age*.

What is the safest group 1 car seat?

Here are our top ten Group 1 car seats…

  1. Prince £65. Britax. A good one if you have several children to get in the car, thanks to its slim base. …
  2. Priori XP £120. Maxi Cosi. …
  3. Young Expert £135. Recaro.
  4. Moova £120. Cosatto. …
  5. Coast £100. Graco. …
  6. Juno £185. Cybex. …
  7. Guard Fix £229.99. Hauck. …
  8. Absorber XT £297. Concord.

What is the best 123 car seat to buy?

The best performing 1/2/3 car seats

  • Graco Nautilus Elite car seat, £120. …
  • Cosatto Hug ISOFIX, £289.95 and Cosatto Hug, £229.99. …
  • Ickle Bubba Solar 1/2/3, £169. …
  • Cybex Pallas M-Fix, £150. …
  • Cozy N Safe Excalibur Isofix Group 1/2/3 Car Seat, £249.99. …
  • Recaro Young Sport Hero Group 1/2/3 Car Seat, £179. …
  • Joie Bold, £174.

At what age do you change car seats?

As they do, parents using an infant seat generally switch to a larger, convertible seat anywhere between 9 months and 2 years, depending on their child’s size (bigger kids will likely move on faster), though they can opt to do so sooner if the seat is rated safe for their child’s height and weight.

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What do groups mean in car seats?

Car seat can be defined into specific weight groups. These weight groups are defined by the United Nations safety regulations and in the UK cover children from birth to 12 years of age. The basic weight groups are: group 0 & 0+, group 1, group 1-2-3 and group 3. Don’t they grow so fast?!

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