Car seats
  • Designs Collection 2014

  • Age & Weight

    3½ - 12 years

    15 - 36 kg  (Group 2/3)

    Children up to 1.50 metres (1.35 in some countries) must use a car seat!

  • Fitting

    • seatbelt icon Seatbelt This product is compatible with seatbelt.
  • Safety ratings

    Good Safety Medal Good Safety

Service

FAQs

  • Are children taller than 1.35 metres required to sit in a child car seat?

    Answer

    No, but they must wear a car seat belt!

  • Can I add the air cushions to my current Rodi?

    Answer

    The air cushions on the Rodi AirProtect are integrated foam parts and cannot be added after production.

  • I dropped my Rodi (SPS, XR XP, AirProtect) car seat on the ground. Do I have to replace it now?

    Answer

    No, that is not necessary if it was a normal ‘drop’ and not an extremely hard one or from a considerable height. When a car seat is dropped on the ground, it is not subject to the same kinds of forces as are exerted during a (serious) collision. There is therefore no need to replace the car seat.

  • Is it true that it is no longer allowed to use a booster cushion/seat without back support?

    Answer

    Not only Maxi-Cosi, but also independent consumer organisations like the Dutch Consumers’ Association advise strongly against using a seat booster without back support. Back support is essential, particularly for reasons of side impact protection, though also due to the positioning of the seat belt around the neck and chest. Booster seats and cushions without back support are not yet prohibited, but must comply with the minimum requirements of the ECE R44/03 and ECE R44/04 standards.

  • The seat belt does not retract when my child falls asleep in the Maxi-Cosi Rodi. What should I do?

    Answer

    The Maxi-Cosi Rodi SPS, Rodi XP, Rodi XR and AirProtect provide greater sitting comfort and safety for your child. Both the child and the car seat are secured with the seat belt. The Maxi-Cosi Rodi XR and Rodi AirProtect have a reclining position, while the Maxi-Cosi Rodi SPS and XP do not. If a child falls asleep and slumps forward, the seat belt will gradually move forward together with the child. This is a feature of automatic belts. If the automatic mechanism does not roll up the belt properly, the third belt point (direction of the automatic mechanism) is probably in an incorrect position, i.e. placed too far forward. The seat belt is then threaded at an almost impossible angle, resulting in too much friction in the belt hook. This situation can occur in some station wagons, for example. For this reason we recommend that you try installing the car seat in your car before purchasing it. Your retailer can help you with this. Note: Always secure a Rodi seat with the belt, even when there is no child sitting in it.

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Manuals

User manual - Maxi-Cosi Rodi SPS (EN-FR-DE-NL-ES-IT-PT) (1MB - pdf) Download View
User manual - Maxi-Cosi Rodi SPS (EN-PL-HU-CS-SL-RU-BG) (1MB - pdf) Download View
User manual - Maxi-Cosi Rodi SPS (EN-DA-SV-NO-FI-TR-EL-HR) (2MB - pdf) Download View

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