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Official BRITAX RÖMER Kindersicherheit GmbH account. Commercial Register No. HRB 17004, District Court Memmingen VAT ID No. DE 811201308
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Britax May 21
Replying to @ng_london
(3) Please refer to your user guide for assistance with the XP Pad and SecureGuard as these are not shown.
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Britax May 21
Replying to @ng_london
(2) Although we have no video to demonstrate the installation with this seat the following link can be viewed which shows the KidFix SL being installed with the vehicle seat belt
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Britax May 21
Replying to @ng_london
Hi Neil, the KidFix II XP SICT can be installed using the vehicle seat belt. The instructions can be found in section 9B of the user guide.
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Britax May 21
Replying to @EmmaMac81
We're sorry to hear that you've not received a reply, may we ask if you received an automatic response? May we ask for an image of where the arrow is pointing to on the side of the seat base above the weight category? If it's easier to email please send to service.uk@britax.com
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Britax May 21
Replying to @bramble_matt
Hi Matt, The Dualfix is integral to the Isofix Base therefore we are unable to recommend the use of an alternative belted base.
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Britax May 16
Replying to @MisterToad83
Hi Jamie, for our spare parts team, please give us a call on 01264 386034. Thanks!
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Britax May 16
Replying to @manubloggt
Hi Manu, thanks for getting in touch with Britax UK, for more help, please get in touch with Britax Germany on +49 (0) 8221- 3670 -199 or email us on hello@britax-roemer.com
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Britax May 15
Replying to @disco2000ads
As we rely on vehicle manufacturers to provide us with a chassis for testing we are unfortunately unable to provide you with any timescales for this. Our online Fit Finder is continuously updated, so we would recommend keeping an eye on this periodically
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Britax May 15
Replying to @MacCraig_Pro
Hi Craig, we can confirm that the AFFINITY 2 is being discontinued however there are currently no plans to replace it with another AFFINITY model.
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Britax May 14
Hi, we can advise that unfortunately we do not manufacture and sell a travel bag for the TWE.
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Britax May 11
Replying to @MacCraig_Pro
Hi Craig, we can confirm that there are currently no plans to replace the AFFINITY 2 with another AFFINITY model. Please use the following link to view our current UK pushchair range
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Britax May 11
Replying to @hejmktg
Hi Sandra, we can advise that a bumper bar is available for the B-AGILE 4 directly from our customer care team who can be contacted on 01264 386034. The cost of this accessory is £25.00 including postage to a UK mainland address.
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Britax May 9
Replying to @disco2000ads
...(2) Unfortunately this seat has yet to be tested in a Volvo V90 2018 however providing the vehicle has ISOFIX and a Top Tether anchorage point it has automatic approval for Group 1 stage only (9 – 18kg, using the 5pt harness)
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Britax May 9
Replying to @disco2000ads
(1)Hi Alan, we can confirm that the ADVANSAFIX III SICT has been tested and approved for installation in a Toyota Auris 2014 on seat positions 2 & 4 (behind the driver and passenger)...
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Britax Apr 30
Replying to @Currie122
...(4) For group 1-2-3 seats, this is fine as we assume that the integral harness is used for a no. of yrs which are removed so the seat can be used as a high back booster. We also appreciate the same seat may be used for a no. of kids covering the recommended no. of yrs as above
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Britax Apr 30
Replying to @Currie122
...(3) This means that the loading on an integral car seat is significantly different and more severe, with a lot more components and lot more different materials involved...
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Britax Apr 30
Replying to @Currie122
...(2) An integral harness carries all load generated by the occupant mass and acceleration, while a non-integral car seat is an occupant guidance...
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Britax Apr 30
Replying to @Currie122
(1) Hi Andy, There is not a strict rule on how long seats can be used, however we have a recommendation: 6 to 7 years for Group 1 (KING PLUS) seats and 8 to 10 years for Group 2/3 seats. Reason for difference between these two is the integral harness in Group 0+ and 1 seats...
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Britax Apr 24
Replying to @carrieitly
Hi there, we can confirm that the Britax PRINCE car seat is not approved for use on an aircraft.
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Britax Apr 23
Replying to @m4tt6288
Hi Matt, we can confirm that the BABY-SAFE SHR II PLUS does still conforms to the current regulation.
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