iZi Turn i-Size Starting from € 669,00
This brand new car seat can rotate the full 360°! This means that you can transport children rearfacing or forward facing. You can use the car seat as from the age of 5-6 months (when your baby measures 61 centimetres) until 4 years old (105 centimetres).
The car seat can be used as from 61 centimetres thanks to the BeSafe Two-Fit Cushions: this cushion set is identical to the one of the iZi Modular i-Size and makes sure that babies lie comfortably in their car seats. The cushions provide support where needed, in order for babies to easily make the transition from their first car seat to this iZi Turn i-Size. When the baby grows, you remove the cushions to guarantee the perfect seating position for your growing child.
Variations of this product
iZi Turn i-Size Metallic Mélange
iZi Turn i-Size Anthracite Mesh
iZi Turn i-Size Sea Green Mélange
iZi Turn i-Size Fresh Black Cab
iZi Turn i-Size Cloud Mélange
iZi Turn i-Size Peak Mesh
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Mijn zoontje zit mooi recht in de autostoel. De kussen zorgen ervoor dat hij goed wordt ondersteund waar nodig. Dat de stoel kan draaien, was voor ons een grote must. Wij hebben een kleine auto en dit maakt het makkelijker om mijn zoontje in zijn stoel te plaatsen. Wij hebben de stoel ook al enkele keren verplaatst naar een andere auto en de installatie ging vlot. Enorm tevreden over de mesh bekleding, zo is een aparte inleg niet meer nodig.
iZi Turn was launched later than iZi Twist. And since the main focus with the introduction of rotation seats was on Twist, it can also be that iZi Turn will not come to the test later.
But when used rear facing, which is our recommendation anyhow, iZi Turn is identical to iZi Twist and therefore on the same safety level.
No, the seat must always be pushed fully against the vehicle seat until the front brace is touching it. If one would leave the ISOfix arms further extended, the seat could not be installed tightly and would have too much side movement.
The Universal Level Technology™ has a special seat-and-base design that is constructed to always have the child seat on a horizontal level, no matter how steep the vehicle seat is. This allows for an optimal sitting angle for the child in almost any car.The Universal Level Technology™ has a special seat-and-base design that is constructed to always have the child seat on a horizontal level, no matter how steep the vehicle seat is. This allows for an optimal sitting angle for the child in almost any car.
The UN regulation 129 does not require a child seat to rest on the vehicle seat cushion. Instead, the regulation specifies that the installation of the ISOfix anchorages has to be combined with either a support leg or a top tether to prevent frontal displacement of the seat in a frontal accident. This seat is equipped with a support leg for distributing the forces to the vehicle floor and preventing frontal displacement.
Due to being constructed for the worst-case scenarios of the most sloping vehicle seat angles, a gap beneath the base becomes visible in vehicles that have flatter seat angles. This gap might be unfamiliar and could give the assumption that the construction is less stable, as other child seats are typically resting on the vehicle seat cushion. However, this gap beneath the base is not a safety concern.
A vehicle seat cushion is not solid but made of soft materials. In a frontal impact - which is the most common source of serious injury for children - the vehicle seat cushion would compress anyway if pressure was on it, thus giving no stability or support to a child seat. Hence, even for child seats that are resting on the vehicle seat, forces are distributed through the support leg to the vehicle floor and/or through the ISOfix anchorages to the car body, and rotation is prevented through a support leg or top tether.
The leg space of this seat is not adjustable but still quite large, especially when you put the seat more upright as the child grows older.
Place one foot onto the bottom end of the floor support while lifting the base to make adjusting the length at this step easier.
No, if a child is sitting in the seat, then the seat must always be in the locked rear facing or forward facing driving position. Never drive with a child in the seat if the seat is rotated to the side. Please note that the earliest the forward facing driving position may be used is when the child is taller than 88 cm and older than 15 months. BeSafe strongly recommends you though to keep your child rear facing throughout the whole time that you are using the seat.
Yes, this seat can be used forward facing on turned vehicle seats if it can be installed correctly according to its user manual. However, please check your vehicle user manual to see if child car seats in general are permitted to be used on the turned vehicle seats.
No, it is not allowed to add something to the sides of the child, as the seat is not tested and approved this way. The seat has been tested thoroughly with various dummy sizes representing babies' measurements and has passed all tests successfully, so that adding more to the side is not needed for safety.
All three materials help in protecting a child in a side impact, yet their level of protection and way of working differ. Imagine falling from a great height. If you get to land on a trampoline that is perfectly adjusted to give you a gentle and controlled landing, this equals the Dynamic Force Absorber™.
If you land on a mattress, this equals soft foam. It also helps gently decelerating the fall but the deceleration is not as controlled as it can be on a adjusted trampoline.
If you land on a stack of cardboard boxes, this equals EPS. They deform a little bit, yet do not bend as much as the other materials do to break the fall and stay deformed after the impact. This way, cardboard boxes also have a shorter “distance of travel” during the deformation, which leads to a comparatively more abrupt halt.
This seat has already passed the demanding crash test criteria of the UN R129 regulation without the SIP+, so that the SIP+ is not required to be used. If it is possible to fit it in-between the seat and vehicle door, we however recommend you to use it for even better side impact protection.
If there is not enough space in your vehicle to fit the SIP+ in-between the seat and the vehicle door, you do not need to use the SIP+. As the main function of the SIP+ is to reduce the distance between the seat and the vehicle door, you have no safety disadvantage by not being able to fit the SIP+, as you already have a reduced distance in your situation.
Children are significantly more pliable than adults, so just because something might look uncomfortable to us adults it does not have to be uncomfortable for children.
In fact, many children find it more comfortable in rear facing seats, as they can rest their legs against the back of the vehicle seat. When sitting forward facing, the child's legs would be dangling down, resulting in strain on the joints and bones.
It is five times safer to sit in a rear facing position than in a forward facing position and we recommend that your child sits in the absolute safest position – in a rear facing child car seat – as long as possible.
No, the SIP+ module is only usefull, when used between a vehcile door and the seat.
By being a separate part, you can easily move the SIP+ from side to side, so that you can use it no matter where you position the child seat in the car.
SIP+ reduces the distance between the seat and the door of the vehicle. In this way the seat and the door will meet each other earlier in a side impact, resulting in less acceleration and absorption of the energy over a longer distance and earlier during the impact. SIP+ can lead to a reduction of 20% of the head acceleration values.
When a rear facing child car seat is in touch with the car interior, it will be supported by the car interior during an impact, which gives an optimal crash performance. When this is not feasible, it's best to create significant distance between the interior and the child car seat to avoid an impact with the car interior when the child car seat will move during the crash. However, please note that these are recommendations for the ideal positions. If these cannot be achieved in your car, it is also fine to install it with getting as close to the ideal positions as possible.When a rear facing child car seat is in touch with the car interior, it will be supported by the car interior during an impact, which gives an optimal crash performance. When this is not feasible, it's best to create significant distance between the interior and the child car seat to avoid an impact with the car interior when the child car seat will move during the crash. However, please note that these are recommendations for the ideal positions. If these cannot be achieved in your car, it is also fine to install it with getting as close to the ideal positions as possible.