Lovely seat but very tall impact shield for smaller children.
Pen Name "fliddie", Amazon
29 December 2013
Summary: I bought this seat having tried my daughter in it in my car previously. My daughter has just turned 3. She is around 94cm tall. I have also had a Kiddy GuardianPro with an impact shield in our other car which she has been in since she was 1 (another Which best buy).
Summary: If I had the option, this would be 4.5 star rating. Very lightweight compared to our previous seat and easy to install. For those used to a four point harness, it takes a few seconds longer to secure your child, but this is a small penalty.
Summary: Very sturdy and excellent quality. Unfortunately my toddler wasn't comfortable with the impact shield and felt frustrated with lack of mobility. I would have been happy to keep this product, however, the user (my son) wasn't satisfied. I have returned the seat and received a full refund.
Summary: Fab looking seat with great safety features and a good Which rating. My Baby were great when I had to ask for a replacement lap cushion which arrived quickly and with little hassle. I would recommend them and it
It was not easy to fit in our car (which has 'sports seats' ...
R. Mitchell, Amazon
12 May 2012
Summary: My son enjoys sitting in the Recaro Monza Nova IS and quickly got used to the bar across his middle - he uses it as a rest for his toys. It was not easy to fit in our car (which has 'sports seats' in the back) but once it was in (using ISOFIX) it is relatively easy use.
Summary: In responses to one of the other reviews about lack of English instructions, these are to be found hidden under the seat not that many people would look there considering everything else is tied to the front!
Summary: We like this seat, but it won'tsuit all children. When we first put our 12 month old grandson in the seat, he accepted the safety cushion across his chest, but it seemed to almost smother him. On the next few occasions, he was more reluctant and we had to coax him into accepting the cushion.
from a safety point of view - excellent painful to get done up as you have to ...
Mr. Mark R. Parry "MRP", Amazon
12 May 2012
Summary: from a safety point of view - excellent painful to get done up as you have to fully pull out the seat belt, lean in the car over the seat and occupant, clip in and then tension. takes a little getting used to as their legs can feel trapped (and can get hot)(not for everyones taste) but the up side...