What is the height of a group 2 3 car seat?

A Group 2/3 car seat includes: a padded booster car seat. a 100-150cm height-adjustable backrest. head and shoulder protection in case of a side impact.

What is the difference between Group 2 and 3 car seat?

Group 1, 2 and 3 seats are forward-facing. The child uses the seat’s integral harness, or an impact cushion, until they are 15 kg and then uses the car’s seat belt, which secures the child and the seat. Group 2 and 3 seats are high-backed booster seats, although they can also be booster cushions without a back.

What age is stage 2 3 car seat?

Group 0+ and 1-2-3 car seats

Ultra-adaptable, this type of car seat will be the only one you need buy as it’s designed to see little ones through from birth to 12 years old. You’ll use it as rear-facing from birth to 9kg, and can be used as forward-facing for 9-36kg.

What does I size car seat mean?

‘i-size’ is a new EU safety regulation for child car seats (ECE R129). It was introduced in July 2013 to make child car seats easier to fit, provide better protection from side impacts and keep children rearward-facing for longer. i-size only applies to Isofix seats.

How old is a 36 kg child?

Types of child car seats – which one do you need?

Type of Child Restraint Weight / Height Approx. Age Range
Booster cushion (manufactured before March 2017) Group 2 and 3 15 – 36 kg (33 – 79 lbs) 4 to 12 years
Booster cushion (manufactured before March 2017) Group 3 22 – 36 kg (48 – 79 lbs) 6 to 12 years
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