Kiddy PheonixFix Pro2 Car Seat

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RRP  £179.99
Kiddy PheonixFix Pro2 Car Seat

by Liat Hughes Joshi |
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The PheonixFix is a well made and sturdy seat, that impressed our testers with its safety and can also be used either with ISOFIX fittings or fastened with a seatbelt. It does however, have an impact shield rather than a harness – which not all toddlers like.

The PheonixFix is a well-designed Group 1 seat that inspires confidence and is easy to fit and use.


A well-designed Group 1 seat that inspires confidence and is easy to fit and use

It has an impact cushion instead of a traditional harness  your child will either love or hate this – so it’s best to test one out before you buy to see how they react. The ISOFIX fitting is really simple to use and thiscar seat is light and easy to transfer between cars. It can also be fixed just with the seatbelt, so it’s usable in any vehicle.

A really practical seat that’s easy to take your child in and out of and that can be adjusted as your child grows. Our testers gave the seat tops marks for sturdiness and quality, so it’s an ideal choice if safety is your priority.  It’s not the cheapest, but we think it’s good value for this style of seat.

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Kiddy PheonixFix Pro2 Group 1 Car Seat


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