The basic equipment of a family with children includes a child seat. This is the only way to ensure the well-being of your child during every car ride. Child seats up to 36 kg are divided into 4 classes, which depend on age and/or height and weight.
To get an overview of the different child seat groups, have a look at our checklist. You can find suitable child seats in each size in our product recommendations.
- Reboarder (backward to the direction of travel) / infant carrier.
- Seat with backrest, forward facing.
- Bucket seat without backrest, forward facing.
- Children up to 12 years of age or up to a height of 150 cm must be transported in a child seat.
- For babies up to 18 months, a reboarder is mandatory.
- A child seat offers your child more safety in the event of an accident.
- A prerequisite for the child seat to protect your child is the correct attachment in the vehicle.
- Always fasten the car seat according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
- Child seats are divided into classes 0 to 3 , which are based on the height and weight of the child .
- There are child seats that can only be used for one class and child seats that grow with the child.
- You can adjustchild seats that grow with your child’s height by changing the headrest and the angle of inclination , among other things.
- You can recognize child seats that grow with your child by the designation 012 (which stands for the classes that the seat covers).
- Class 0 child seats are reboarders and can be used up to 10 kg / 12 months.
- Class 0+ is approvedup to 13 kg or 18 months, reboarder.
- Class I is available as a reboarder as well as forward-facing and can be used between 1.5 to 4 years (9 to 18 kg).
- Class II is forward-facing and for children between 15 to 25 kg / up to 7 years. Available with and without backrest.
- Class III is forward facing, approved for ages 7 and up respectively between 22 to 36 kg. Available with and without backrest.
- Look for test seals from TÜV and GS (harmful substances, accident safety).
- Only child seats with the test standards i-Size, UN ECE Reg. 129, UN ECE 44/03 and UN ECE 44/04 are approved. (Test seal on the seat).
- Attachment by Isofix directly to the car seat (hooks that are pushed into a holder on the seat).
- Fastening by car belt if no Isofix available.
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Recommended Child Seats Up To 36 kg
We have compiled the best and most interesting child seats up to 36 kg.
Group 0 (up to approx. 10 kg) and i-Size infant carriers (from birth)
Group 1 child seats (from 1 year)
- English (Publication Language)
Group 2 and 3 child seats (from 3 years)
Rear-facing child seats (reboarder)
360 degree swivel child seats
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FAQ About The Child Seat
Child seat – until when?
A child seat is compulsory up to a height of 150 cm or up to the age of 12.
From when without a child seat?
As soon as the child is older than 12 years or taller than 150 cm, he or she no longer needs a child seat.
How long does a child seat last?
A child seat is required until the child is 12 years old or 150 cm tall.
From when is a child seat no longer needed?
From a body height of 150 cm or an age of 12 years, a child seat is no longer needed.
Child seat raiser – from when?
A booster seat is sufficient from a weight of 15 kg. However, it should have a backrest to ensure the necessary protection.
How old may a child seat be?
From a legal point of view, a child seat may be up to 24 years old. However, each child seat should be checked for damage before use.
How tall do I have to be to drive without a child seat?
From a height of 150 cm, you may drive without a child seat.
When should I switch from a baby car seat to a child seat?
If the child weighs more than 15 kg, you can switch to a child seat. This should have a backrest.
Child seat – until when is it mandatory?
Child seats are mandatory up to the age of 12 or a height of 150 cm.
From when child seat group 1?
A Group 1 child seat is used from around 1.5 years of age or a body weight of 9 kg.
From when is a Group 2 child seat mandatory?
Group 2 child seats are used from around 4 years of age or a weight of 15 to 18 kg.
From when is a group 3 child seat used?
A group 3 child seat should be used from the age of 7 or a weight of 22 kg.
From when is the child allowed to sit in the front with a child seat?
From a legal point of view, a child with a child seat may sit in the front at any time. However, especially in the case of reboarders, care should be taken to ensure that the airbag is switched off, otherwise serious injuries may occur. The rear seats are safer for children and should always be used if possible.
What is an Isofix child seat?
Isofix an attachment system for child seats, which is practical and easy to use. It uses Isofix to create a stable connection between the car body and the child seat.
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