The Axkid Babyfix baby car seat provides maximum safety and security for newborn babies during the first months of life. It also happens to be one of the lightest baby car seats on the market, weighing in at just 3.5 kg. The head pillow together with the soft shoulder pads ensure that your child travels in comfort. This baby car seat comes with an additional detachable baby cushion for the very smallest babies.
Axkid Babyfix is certified for 0-13 kg in compliance with ECE R44/04. We always recommend starting out with a baby car seat as they are most suitable for newborn infants. Once your child has outgrown their baby car seat, it’s time to switch to a rear-facing car seat.
Axkid Babyfix is most easily installed together with Axkid Babyfix Base. The base is installed using either the vehicle’s three-point seat belt or an ISOFIX fitting. With a simple click, you can attach or release the baby car seat and your child can continue sleeping in Axkid Babyfix. If you choose to install Axkid Babyfix without the base, the vehicle’s three-point seat belt is used instead.
When the baby car seat is not installed in your car, you can use it as a rocking chair, a feeding chair or a baby carrier thanks to the five-position carry handle. The sunshade has an extra extendible visor to protect your child from strong sunlight.
Axkid Babyfix measurements and weight: W: 43 cm, H: 54 cm, D: 65 cm. Weight: 3.5 kg
- Certified for 0-13 kg in compliance with ECE R44/04
- "Best Budget Choice" – Swedish test site Bäst-i-Test.se
- High side protection bodes well for very high safety in side collisions
- Seat cover and pads designed to provide newborn babies with a comfortable ride
- Five-point harness with one-hand adjustment for maximum safety
- Extra extendible visor on sunshade
- Seat cover machine washable at 30°C
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We are a Swedish company with a passion for child safety on the roads. Our solution is rear-facing travel, for as long as possible. We believe that safety, comfort and training must be intertwined. Improved standards and greater awareness save lives.