The rear-facing car seat Axkid Move is for those looking for an affordable and safe solution. Your child can travel rear-facing up to 25kg and the seat is easily installed with the vehicle’s three-point belt. Axkid Move takes up very little space in the car, so you can install it in both small and large cars.
Axkid Move comes with the innovative side impact protection – ASIP (Axkid Side Impact Protection), developed together with a recognized crash institute in Germany, providing the best possible protection for the child in the event of a side impact collision. ASIP should be used on the side of the car seat that is facing the car’s door. When using the car seat in the middle, ASIP is not required.
The support leg on Axkid Move is extended with just one button on the side of the support leg, which is easy to access.
The recline can be adjusted in two different positions and the headrest has three fixed positions, all for the child to be safe and comfortable. If more recline is needed, our angle adjusting wedge is a good addition.
Axkid Move is approved 9-25 kg and has received very good reviews from several independent test institutes. The car seat has passed the Swedish Plus Test up to 25 kg, awarded with “Good Choice 2019” award by Folksam and is Rollover approved by VCA.
Axkid Move comes with one pair of tether straps, if an extra pair is needed they are available to buy as an accessory.
Axkid Move measurements and weight: W: 44 cm, H: 61 cm, D: 56 cm. Weight: 9.8 kg
- Approved according to ECE R44/04
- Plus approved up to 25 kg
- Tested and approved by REACH
- "Good Choice 2015" by Folksam
- "Good Choice 2017" by Folksam
- "Good Choice 2019" by Folksam
- Rollover approved by VCA
- Enables rear-facing up to 125 cm
- Seat cover is machine washable at 30°
- Three fixed positions on the headrest
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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.