Cybex - Sirona S i-Size - Denim Blue

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SIRONA S I-SIZE REAR-FACING CAR SEAT - 360° convenience for you – optimised safety for your child.

No more awkward lifting and back pain when helping your child in and out of the car seat. The innovative one-hand 360° rotating mechanism provides a comfortable entry and exit position, ensuring less strain on parents' backs.

The Sirona S i-Size allows you to transport children rear-facing from birth up to a height of 105 cm (up to 18 kg, approx. 4 years). Depending on your preference, the Sirona S i-Size can also be used as a forward-facing car seat for children (starting from min. 76 cm and 16 months up to 105 cm).

The Driving Direction Control (DDC) prevents misuse of the forward-facing position of the car seat. It ensures the forward-facing position is not used before the child is at least 16 months old and 76 cm tall.

The integrated L.S.P. System of the Sirona S i-Size offers increased safety in the event of a side-impact collision. It reduces the force of a side impact in combination with the energy absorbing shell by approximately 25%.

The Sirona S i-Size is secured using the car's ISOFIX system and requires no further fastening. An installation indicator also helps to prevent a possible misuse.

360° rotation with easy entry position
Rearward facing up to 105 cm, approx. 4 years
Driving Direction Control (DDC)
Energy Reduction Technology (ER-Tech) in forward-facing position (from 16 months and 76 cm)
Integrated L.S.P. System
Height-adjustable headrest
Newborn inlay included
Because it's the safest way for your little one to travel, the Sirona S i-Size provides comfortable rear-facing travel for children up to 105 cm, approx. 4 years. The Driving Direction Control (DDC) prevents forward-facing use before the child is at least 16 months old and 76 cm tall. Sirona S i-Size also offers increased safety for your child in the forward-facing position thanks to the Energy Reduction Technology. It is activated as the forces reach their full impact in a head-on collision: The headrest slides down, progressively limiting the neck’s exposure to the impact forces, and subsequently locks into position.