Porter™ Safety Carseat
- Availability: In Stock
"Provides a secure connection to your vehicle seat"
- Side protection - Distributes crah forces, shields from vehicle intrusion and contains the head, neck and body
- Secure 5 point harness - Distributes crash forces across the strongest parts of the body and provides a secure fit
- Comfort/Supreme body cushion - Provide maximum comfort support, keeps the contact area cool and ventilated
- Convertible design - Rear facing from brith to 9kgs / Forward facing from 9 - 18kgs
- Multi reclining position
- System belt - Tigten the harness by joing the belt together to the system, until a click is heard.
- Removable padded seat that is easy to wash
- Suitable from 0 months up to 18kgs
- Open: 51 x 44.5 x 64cm
- Weight: 6kgs
From wiggly babies to noisy little monsters, children of all ages find it hard to sit still on car journeys. We know that, even though we can't do much about the choruses of "are we there yet?" we can help you find a comfy car seat for your little one. This way they will be less likely to fidget and fuss en route, and will also be safely strapped in. Our large range of baby and toddler car seats are there to help keep your family secure throughout their early years. It can be a little daunting when it comes to buying a car seat, there's so much to consider and remember when it comes to safety. So to help make everything that little bit easier for you, we've created a handy car seat safety guide so you can make the best decision for both you and your little one. Remember, always choose a car seat that is suitable for your child's weight and If you choose an i-size seat, they are slightly different and are based on your child's height not weight.
Under the old regulations children could switch to a forward-facing car seat at nine months, but it's actually safer to keep them in a rear-facing car seat for as long as possible. Babies are built differently to adults, and their little bones are really fragile. They've also got bigger heads than grown-ups. No, we're not talking about ego – their proportions are different when they're small. If they're facing forward and you need to brake hard, the force of being thrust forward could do significant damage to their neck and spine.
*Complies with EUROPEAN STANDARD ECE R44*