Group 1 car seats from 61cm - 6m to 105cm 4 years old - 18kg
Group 1 car seats for children, to be used from 61cm as long as the installation in the vehicle is rearward facing. Facing the road, Group 1 starts at 9 months at the earliest, around 10kg.
You can also find here car seats that encompass different groups and reach up to 135 cm depending on the growth of the child, multi-group car seats.
Group 1/2/3 Group 1 Group 1/2
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How to choose the correct Group 1 car seat for children?
Back to the road always safer.
Always keep in mind that a rearward facing car seat is up to 5 times safer than forward facing.
The reason is very simple, thanks to the support leg, the car seat shell collects and retains any sudden movement of the head and neck due to braking or an accident, distributing the forces over the entire backrest area.
Group 1 car seats forward facing, the vast majority tend to be isofix-free, basically those that include groups 1-2, this is because children can go up to 25kg in them and the isofix in In the event of an accident, it would resist forces that could exceed the safety limit.
Group 1-2-3 car seats
They are multi-group car seats and this involves a very long use of time, this is their great advantage, we will use them from 9 months or 10kg at the earliest and they are configured in different stages to reach up to 10-12 years old 135-150cm tall.
They are available with isofix and without isofix. They have 5 point harnesses while they are configured in group 1, to later retrieve or disassemble (depending on the model) the harnesses and have a group 2-3 seat from 100cm in height about 3.5 years.
You can also choose 1-2-3 multi-group car seats with a chest cushion. This type of car seat gives the child better and greater mobility, and in the event of a frontal impact, by not using a harness, the movement of the head and neck is less harmful, although it can also There is a risk in the event of an accident in which the car is completely overturned, as the child could get out of his seat without being restrained by the harnesses.