Britax Max-fix II Group 0+1 Birth to 18 Kg Rearfacing Isofix Car Seat (Stone Grey)
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- 5-point safety harness with one pull adjustment.
- Isofix system allows direct connection to the car's ISOFIX anchorage points.
- Height-adjustable headrest and harness with easy single handed adjustment, prevents rethread errors.
- Deep, softly padded side wings provide Optimum Side Impact Protection.
- Smaller Seat offers more leg room - ideal for small cars.
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Safe, rearward facing and easy to install. Max-Fix provides comfort and safety for your baby from birth to 18kg and is easy to install using the ISOFIX system. The seat is also lighter than most, and thanks to ISOFIX is our safest group 0+/1 rearward facing seat. 5-point safety harness with one pull adjustment. Isofix system allows direct connection to the car's ISOFIX anchorage points. Height-adjustable headrest and harness with easy single handed adjustment, prevents rethread errors. Deep, softly padded side wings provide Optimum Side Impact Protection. Smaller Seat offers more leg room - ideal for small cars. Newborn insert provides extra comfort and support for your baby. Rearward facing installation. Rebound Bar prevents additional rotation. Inidicators confirm the Isofix hooks are engaged. Multiple recline positions - adjusts without disturbing your child. Height adjustable 5-point safety harness. Chest pads for your child's comfort. Harness retainers make it easy to place your child in and out of the seat. Buckle stays in a forward position to make it easy to place your child in the seat. Belly pad for your child's comfort. Quick-remove cover without interferring with the harness. Softly padded cover can be removed for washing.
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From the Manufacturer
- Extended rearward facing
- Newborn insert for additional comfort and support.
Britax MAX-FIX II
The MAX-FIX II offers extended rearward facing safety from birth to 18 kg.
This seat is designed to make safety simple – with ISOFIX installation, hassle-free one-pull harness adjustment and a lightweight shell for easy transfer between cars.
Full Features and Benefits
Lightweight – easy to transfer between cars.
Extended rearward facing – the safest way to travel, for longer.
Ready for the smallest child - newborn insert for additional comfort and support.
Comfort without compromise - deep, padded side wings, multi-position recline.
Smooth comfort – performance chest pads.
Practicality in mind - quick-remove cover, no need to remove harness.
Easy access - harness retainers and buckle remaining in forward position.
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Top Customer Reviews
Parents are constantly being told that the research undeniably states that rearward a facing for as long as possible is the safest option for children, yet the UK market has been slow to react.
As I found out at a recent Amazon Baby & Britax event, Britax have really done a good job here, but it sadly won't be suitable for a lot of typical British family cars.
The price seems steep but looking at traditional car seat grouping a child may have gone through a minimum of 2 and up to 4 car seats if put into a baby sleeper across the same weight span. In the same period a single car seat purchase works out far more cost effective over the lifetime of the product, plus it's the safest option to boot and time proof with the new i-size regulations.
The seat itself is incredibly sturdy yet takes up so little space, its footprint on the seat is less so than my Maxi-cost group 0 seat and isofix but its height is obviously more so for a taller child up to 18kg.
The newborn cocoon insert is so lovely and padded, I would have felt totally comfortable putting my newborn who weighed 5lb into this. However a negative side is that once the newborn support is out there isn't as much head support as on other Britax group 0 and 1 models particularly in comparison to the Dual Fix and the King II range.Read more ›
I think that there are really four choices when you buy a car seat for an 18month old.
1 Buy the cheapest forward facing one that you can find to satisfy legislation
2 Buy a decent Britax forward facing seat for £90, on the basis that it did for all previous sprogs (though none of them were ever in a crash)
3 Buy this rear facing seat for £250, to go along with the best advice
4 Buy the £370 version that spins between forward and rear facing.
Well, for those of us that care for our sprogs, and that's most of us, cheap seats aren't the answer. So, do we pay £90, or an extra £160 and pay £250. Though it hurts, when you think about it for long enough, our sprogs turn out to be the most important things in our lives, so, I'd say to you, yes, reluctantly, pay for this seat.
Now, there is another issue here, and that is when a child is rear facing we feel that it is partially excluded from the group in the car, as s/he is facing away from the group, and this is true. But two things to this - one is that as the driver you are in an equal position, with your back to the group in the car, but you still manage to be part of the group, part of the conversation. The other thing is that a two year old is very happy to be that way because s/he knows of no other way to travel, so they don't feel left out. To help this, put the seat in behind the driver.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for my daughter from birth. I largely picked it because of the weight it goes up to and the fact it is extended rear facing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Julia
First off, a quick disclaimer. We don’t actually own this product, instead we attended an event hosted by Britax where we were free to poke, prod and bash it at will. Read morePublished 10 months ago by R. Stevens