Σημαντική πληροφορία Τα δεδομένα αυτά συλλέγονται από τις επίσημες σελίδες των προϊόντων.
Επιβεβαίωσε τα στοιχεία πριν προχωρήσεις στην τελική αγορά.
Εάν παρατηρήσεις κάποιο πρόβλημα μπορείς να το αναφέρεις εδώ.
I'm searching the net for reviews about Inglesina's Marco Polo car seat - in vain. I live in Romania and I have a 5 months old son, so I need a 0 1 I want a car seat that he will use in rear facing for as long as possible (Marco Polo says 13 kg, other car seats here only 10 kg... My questions is: what is the difference between a Swedish car seat and Inglesina or Chicco or Graco? If you're referring to carseat.se, don't worry at all! The difference is that a child will likely hit 13 kg before age 2 and it's generally recommended on this site to RF your kids til age 4. It also doesn't state what the RF height limit is in the manual.
But the guy doesn't say anything about the car seat being used, only about the instalation (which is important, too! The Swedish site has a "special" delivery price for Romania And I had bad experiences with foreign sites, if the product has to be returned is a nightmare, so I would rather keep that as a final solution...
The Swedish seats OTOH RF to 25 kg and have very tall shells making it unlikely your child would outgrow the seat for RF before 4yo.
If you're referring to carseat.se, don't worry at all! The difference is that a child will likely hit 13 kg before age 2 and it's generally recommended on this site to RF your kids til age 4. It also doesn't state what the RF height limit is in the manual.
Well, I was not afraid that the car seat from would be browken or something, but that it wouldn't fit my car, for example.
They say that too: "Check that the BRIO Zento fits in your vehicle before purchasing."; but I cannot find anywhere on the site its dimensions We have a small car, and if I buy a car seat here, I have the advantage of seeing it or returning it much easier...
Also, we need a 0 1 car seat, as my child is only 7,5 kg and 5 months old.
On only Brio Zento is 0 1 and looks small enough for me, but a picture is just a picture, without dimensions... (It's rear-facing up to 13 kg too ) If you email adventuredad he might have a picture of various seats in your model car. IIRC the zio is one of the most compact seats on the market.
In Romania I found out today that we have also BRITAX-ROMER - FIRST CLASS PLUS. One advantage to EU seats is that they're generally made for small EU cars and most can be braced against the front seat (not true with American seats).