The German leading and independent consumer testing organization, Stiftung Warentest, carries out bi-annual car seat tests. They buy products anonymously, carry out tests in independent labs and provide objective results. Discover how this Spring 2021 our baby car seats have been tested on safety, usability and ergonomics.
Time to celebrate! Our Pebble 360 baby car seat is a test winner of the 2021 Stiftung Warentest. It has been tested ‘Good’ (1,8) with the FamilyFix 360 base installed, but has also received an excellent score without the base (1,8). This makes the Pebble 360 the best in class and safest baby car seat in the 0 to 1,5 years category that offers a rotational system using only one hand. Making the 360 Family the best baby car seats that protects and grows with your family.
Our baby car seat Tinca has been tested ‘Good’ (1,8) when installed with the car seat belt as well as in combination with the Tinca ISOFIX base (1,7). The Tinca is the safest infant car seat in the Spring 2021 test with a superlight weight of only 3.2 kg. Next to that, it’s i-Size compliance guarantees safe car travels at any time.
Marble has been tested ‘Good’ (1,8) and was rewarded 4 stars when installed with the ISOFIX base. Not only Maxi-Cosi Marble is safe for your baby, it also offers the best comfort. The Marble is the safest infant car seat in the Spring test 2021 with a near lie-flat reclined position in the car of 157⁰.
Always meeting the highest standards in the industry, the crash tests performed on our car seats ensure the safest for your baby. Alongside Tinca and Marble, our baby car seat Coral / Coral 360 has also been awarded and claimed top in safety on numerous occasions. Making them the best baby car seats.
Our first modular car seat has been tested ‘Good’ (1,9) when installed with the car seat belt as well as in combination with the FamilyFix3 base (1,6). This innovation brings utmost protection to babies as it scored 5 stars on safety.
Stiftung Warentest is the European leading and independent consumer testing organisation. It has the aim of helping consumers by providing impartial and objective information based on the results of comparative investigations of goods and services. They buy products (anonymously), carry out tests (independent) and give verdicts based solely on objective results. The car seat tests are staged by the automotive Clubs ADAC, ÖAMTC and TCS together with Stiftung Warentest.
When you buy one of our child car seats, you’re investing in years of research, development and testing. There are laboratories where we check, examine and test new materials, and we use independent test centres too.