Open from 17/11/2017 to 16/12/2017
Keep your precious ones safe with the world’s first child car seat with built-in airbags
When you’re travelling in your car, your child’s safety will always be your top priority. That’s why car seat manufacturer Maxi-Cosi has been pushing the boundaries to develop the world’s first car seat with built-in airbags.
After months of research, development and testing, Maxi-Cosi has unveiled a brand new innovation in car seat safety: their patent-protected Air Safety technology®, designed to protect a child’s head and neck in both a rearward-facing (up to 2 years), and forward-facing position.
In a collision, the airbags in the shoulder pads deploy within a blink of an eye, (within 0.05 seconds) and fill with cold air cushioning the child’s head and neck like a pillow. Tests show that this reduces the forces on a child’s neck up to 55%, compared to other forward-facing Maxi-Cosi car seats. The airbags then automatically deflate just 1 second after the collision.
Now, Maxi-Cosi is giving one lucky reader the chance to win the very product that’s revolutionizing car seats– the AxissFix Air!
As well as the innovative Maxi-Cosi Air Safety technology®, this car seat features a 360° swivel, which can be used for both rear and forward-facing travel. It also benefits from easy ISOFIX and top tether installation and it conforms to the latest i-Size regulations. It’s suitable for children from 61cm (around 4 months) up to 105cm (approx. 4 years) or when they weigh 18kg and is available in selected stores now, RRP £550.
To find out more about the AxissFix Air car seat, visit the official Maxi-Cosi website.
To be in with a chance of winning this car seat, all you have to do is correctly answer this multiple choice question:
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Competition Terms & ConditionsPromoter: Immediate Media Company London Limited. This competition is open from 17/11/2017 to 11.59pm 16/12/2017. Full Terms & Conditions apply, see here.