A very straight forward installation with some bonus suggestions for the less experienced. Axkid Minikid 3 is a great seat famous for its compact size, extremely tall back and being approved for the R129 standard (i-Size) to 36 kg. In todays installation we already have a Britax Max-Way behind passenger seat installed with small leg […]
Today we are making a fairly new and right now unusable seat like new again. Head support of iZi Plus does unfortunately break quite often. Main reason is that head support is angled forward when making height adjustments. After a while a small spring inside the head support will expand, a small locking clip will […]
Todays installation is a challenge for most parents. How do you install a rear facing seat with tether straps in a VW Transporter? There are no tether loops, no seat rails and the front seat is surrounded by a steel box. How and where are the tether straps attached? No problem, there is always a […]
Today we are making a broken Axkid Minikid 2 like new again. The problem is a small plastic piece inside head support which can break and cause issues. Easily fixed in our workshop. The issue is either a stuck head support, like todays seat, or that the manual brake won’t work. Todays seat is not […]
Two Britax Max-Way installed in a VW Passat. This is a very common installation in Sweden which will maximise safety for kids and still allow for two adults in the back seat. Outside the Nordic region most parents sadly believe front passenger seat is a death trap. In reality it’s a fantastic place for both […]
Styrofoam in your seat provide great protection but can also quite easily break. Fortunately easily replaced in most seats. Styrofoam will usually break when seat is carried or moved. Relatively often also when parent or toddler lean too hard on some sensitive spot. Styrofoam is attached to the seat with tejp and glue or often […]
Hungry mice can cause serious damage to a car seat. This seat had a damaged harness which was easily replaced in our workshop. Only tool needed is a small screwdriver. We recommend using our rear facing to about ten years and this seat now has many years left protection kids.
In todays video we are taking apart a Britax Max-Way Plus and removing textile, styrofoam and harness. Textile is often removed for washing. Styrofoam and harness can be replaced if damaged and we alway have these spare parts in stock.
Little or HUGE leg space for your child? Most parents aren’t aware that most of our rear facing seats have very flexible leg space. This apply to pretty much all of our seats with belt installation (and Axkid ONE/ONE 2). Use little leg space in tiny cars and/or when your toddler is young. Increase and […]