Introducing your new child car seat
You must ensure that you follow these instructions carefully and correctly. If this seat is not fitted securely and your child is
not strapped in correctly, your child and other passengers are at serious risk of injury in the event of an accident
Please read this User Guide carefully BEFORE trying to install your child car seat
The Hampshire Trading Standards Authority and Britax advise
that child car seats should not be bought or sold second-hand.
Please dispose of your child seat safely. Do not sell or pass it on.
After an accident, the child seat and your vehicle seat belts
should be replaced. Although they may look undamaged, if you
were to have another accident the child seat and your vehicle
seat belts may not be able to protect your child as well as they
No child seat is escape proof
Harness systems cannot be designed to be completely “child
proof” and yet comply with the legal requirements of European
Standard ECE R44. The harness must be fastened and adjusted
correctly at all times and children encouraged to remain within
the harness system.
Looking after your child seat
Food and drink may find their way inside the buckle of the
harness. This can stop it from working properly – it will not click.
Wash in warm water until clean (dia A and B).
Cleaning the cover
Please read the labels on the cover for washing instructions.
DO NOT tumble dry the cover – short spin and drip dry only.
Cleaning the seat shell
Sponge clean ONLY using hand soap and warm water.
DO NOT take apart, or attempt to take apart, any part of the seat
DO NOT use solvents, detergents or washing-up liquid as these
may weaken the seat.
DO NOT lubricate or oil any part of the seat.
Removing the cover
Press in and hold the adjuster button with your hand below the
chest pads (dia 1a) pull BOTH shoulder straps forward as far
as possible. Unfasten the buckle by pressing the red harness
buckle button (dia 1c). Undo the press studs from around the