Rodi AP
Rodi AP Booster Car Seat

Rodi AP

Rodi AP Booster Car Seat

You’ll enjoy the ride more knowing you’ve provided your child with the superior safety of Air Protect®.

The Rodi AP features Air Protect Advanced Side Impact Technology, giving you the assurance that your child is riding safely. This unique cushion system provides superior protection where it’s needed most in a side impact crash, around your child’s head. This high back belt-positioning booster also features a synchronized multi-height headrest and expanding side wings that grow along with your child.

Premium fabrics combined with cushioned padding and a front access recline make for a comfortable ride. The stylish colors complement any vehicle and the lightweight design gives the flexibility to easily switch between cars. With the option to convert to a backless booster that is perfect for travel, the Rodi AP is the booster the whole family will love.

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  • For children 30-120 lbs. and up to 57”
  • Air Protect® Side Impact Protection protects your child's head, where it's needed most in a side impact crash
  • Child friendly design and belt routing system are easy for young & old
  • Synchronized multi-height headrest and expanding side wings grow with child
  • Easy, front access recline matches vehicle’s seat-back angle for best fit
  • Cushioned seat for a comfortable ride
  • Shoulder Belt Guides
  • Converts to a backless booster
  • Premium fabrics are easily removable for cleaning
  • Lightweight and easy to switch between cars
When should my child be moved to a booster seat?
If you child is between 30 and 40 pounds and his shoulders are above the upper slots, you should remove the harness and use the seat as a belt-positioning booster. If your child is over 40 pounds, you must remove the harness and use the seat as a belt-positioning booster regardless of the child’s height.
Is a booster seat really necessary? My child is six years old. Aren't seat belts sufficient?
Vehicle seat belts are designed to fit adults. Boosters elevate children so that safety belts designed for adults will fit correctly. The lap belt should fit flat across a child's upper thighs (not across the soft abdomen, which is more likely to be injured in a crash than bony structures like the pelvis). The shoulder belt should cross snugly over the chest and the middle of a child's shoulder. This positions the vehicle seat belt to be effective in a crash and make the child more comfortable.
I dropped my Rodi (SPS, XR XP, AirProtect) car seat on the ground. Do I have to replace it now?
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.
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