In this blog post, we will be looking at the bad ADAC results for the: ‘Apramo All Stage’ which is a 0+/1/2/3 car seat with extended rear facing to 18kg, retailing at £370. It uses both ISOfix and top tether.
Just because a car seat has passed standard testing – doesn’t mean it’s passed all testing. There are several crash tests that are superior to the standard R44.04 crash test. Let’s take a look! Under Regulations ECE R44 04, seats must, amongst other requirements, undergo: A frontal collision testing at a speed of 50km/h ARead more
This is a resurrected post from a good ole while ago, happy reading. Earlier I posted on the blog’s Facebook page a video that shows us a deep look into the world of car seat’s, testing and real life experiences. It talks about testing, and especially the sort that you read about in magazines, the “Best Buys”, theRead more
And 99% of parents think they are correctly fitted! According to Good Egg Safety, on a national level, 6 out of 10 car seats are installed incorrectly! That is scary! “Figures released by Good Egg Safety indicate a 13% rise in badly fitted child car seats in the four year period 2010-2013. The figures – whichRead more
“IS there a difference in testing and quality?” A reblogg of a friend of mine’s exelent information post on Group 1 seats and the difference between ALL the testing that we do here in Europe. She also brilliantly explains why, in car seats as with a lot of other products, you really do get whatRead more