Review: Kiddy Guardianfix Pro 2 Car Seat

March 5, 2013 at 6:16 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment
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We’ve tried and tested a number of different styles and brands of car seat – some dreadful – some really good.  Ease of use and fitting as well as safety are top priorities.

The Kiddy Guardianfix Pro 2 car seat includes a new piece of design which is a first – a bolster bar that slots in across the front of the child for added security – seen in the picture above.  It’s recently won a Which! Best Buy Award which is a real help to parents looking to make an informed choice.  This is a group 1, 2 and 3 car seat which grows with your child  – it can be used from 9kg-36kg.

Check out what we thought of the car seat – it’s a definite thumbs up.  If our four year old had his way, he’d be using the safety bar despite not really needing it at his age, it was a real hit.

This is what the Which! report has to say:

“It offers impressive side crash protection and head support and is a great
choice if you have a car that allows you to use the Isofix installation option.” It approves of the
dual option to use Isofix connectors or simply install it with the regular seatbelt, which is required
in any case for use during Group 1 stage, when the ‘Kiddy Impact Shield’ system protects the
younger child until they weigh 18kg. The impact shield has been shown to significantly reduce the
risk of serious injury to the child in simulated crash tests at 41mph.

Extremely low pollutant levels, excellent safety, outstanding ease of use and good quality were
all recognised by the judges and led to top marks. According to Which magazine the Kiddy
Guardianfix Pro 2, “Is easier to fit with the Isofix connectors than with the adult belt alone, but a
good belt routing means the risk of installing it incorrectly is low”.

The box made a good car too….


The Kiddy Guardianfix Pro 2 car seat retails at £250 – visit the Kiddy website for more information.

We were lucky enough to receive the Kiddy Guardianfix Pro 2 car seat to review. I stick to the bloggers with integrity code to post honest and open reviews.

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