The Norwegian brand BeSafe has more than 20 years of experience in the field of mobility for young families. It started with the development, design, testing and manufacture of car seats for children. This was followed by designing and perfecting an ergonomic baby carrier. This has provided BeSafe with the expertise needed to be the safest mobility brand on the market. BeSafe distinguishes itself by going the extra mile:
BeSafe has been making rear-facing car seats for more than 20 years.
When you are planning to buy a baby carrier for the first time, you often read about an ‘ergonomic baby wearing position’ and 'the M-position’. But what exactly do these terms mean? What is the correct way to carry your baby or child? Our tips will show you whether that hip baby carrier you found is also a good carrier for your baby!
This blog post goes out to all the granddads, grandmas, nanas, gramps, and grannies of this world! If you want to surprise your grandchild with a personal gift during the holidays, we are here to help you. Or perhaps your daughter or daughter-in-law is pregnant and you’re looking for just the right present to give her. We have put together three tips for you!
The newest standard for car seats is ‘i-Size’, but what does i-Size mean exactly? And how does this new standard differ from the old ECE R44-04 standard? And how do the BeSafe car seats fit in within this new legislation? You can read all about it here!
Transporting your child in a safe and correct manner on car journeys is very important. The right car seat is step 1, but correctly buckling up your child in that seat is just as important. That is why we are very excited about the new VSV campaign, because making that promise to strap in your child correctly can save lives.
Are you not quite sure which carrier you want to get? Do you want to start baby carrying straight after birth or wait a bit? Will you mostly be using the carrier inside or do you like to venture out and about? We are here to help you make the right choice!
Like many parents, Thomas and his wife often go out with their baby girl; Emma is nice and safe in her BeSafe car seat, and the stroller is in the car boot. But what if baby Emma is asleep when her dad wants to move her from the car seat to the stroller? Thomas explains…
After a rear-facing child seat has been installed, slide the front seat back so that it makes contact with the child seat, in order to prevent the child seat from striking the front seat in the event of a collision. If it is not possible to make contact between the front seat and the child seat, the minimum distance should be 25 cm.
ISOfix is a system for fitting child seats in cars. The system comprises two rigid metal anchor points located in the gap between the back and sitting section of the car seat. Child seats with ISOfix contain two ISOfix arms that slot into these metal anchor points. The child seat also has a third point of support, usually in the form of a support leg that rests against the car floor.
Child seats with ISOfix are generally very easy to install, significantly minimizing the risk of incorrect use. Experience would suggest that a high proportion of traditional child seats are incorrectly installed and an incorrectly installed child seat can create a false sense of security. The ISOfix system offers a heightened level of safety as the risk of a child seat being incorrectly installed is minimal.