4 Group 1 2These seats are most often rear facing up to 25kg, offering the safest way to travel for as long as possible.  They fit in the car with the vehicle seat belt and often have a support leg and tether straps to give a rock solid fit!

What’s it like?

  • A rear facing car seat, which offers the best protection against the most dangerous types of crash – frontal collisions.
  • Accommodates your little one comfortably to a not so little 25kg which is approximately six years old.
  • Group 1,2 rear facing seats always seat belt fitted.

Who’s it for?

  • Weight: 9kg/20lb - 25kg/55lb
  • Height: Eyes level with top of seat
  • Age: Approx nine months to six years*

*As this seat is still rear facing, you baby may move up into it at 9kg/20lbs, providing they can sit unaided and that they are tall enough to fit in the harness.

Top Tips!

Will your seat move between vehicles? If so, be sure to purchase a second pair of tether straps to leave one set fitted in each car to save fitting time!


NEVER put a rear facing child seat on a seat with an active frontal airbag.  For forward facing child seats, consult your vehicle handbook for manufacturer advice on airbag activation and seat positioning. Good Egg Safety recommends that children travel in the rear of the vehicle.


Some child seats are fitted with a supporting leg. Do not use this type of seat if there is a storage compartment in the foot well, unless it's approved for such use.

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