Maxi-Cosi Mobi rearfacing toddler car seat installed by seat belt
From approx.9 months to 5 years
9-25 kg
  • Rearward facing travel
  • Multiple recline positions
  • Belt hooks

Product description

The Maxi-Cosi Mobi is an extended rearward-facing car seat for children from 9 months to approx. 5 years old.

For extra comfort of your child it easily reclines to 4 sitting and sleeping positions. You can use the car’s own seat belt to install this car seat and, for extra convenience, the Mobi includes special belt hooks that keep the harness out of the way when the child is getting in and out. Proven by excellent safety test ratings, the Mobi offers the optimal rearward facing protection.

Ease of use
  • Cover can be washed in a washing machine
  • Seat allows for an installation by car's own seat belt
  • Belt hooks keep harness conveniently out of the way to easy get the child in and out in seconds Comfort
  • 4 comfortable recline positions from sitting to sleeping Safety
  • Extra anchor points allow for a very solid and stable installation in the car General
  • 5-point safety harness for best restraining toddler by rigid body parts
  • Optimal safety in case of side-impact collisions
  • Usable rearward-facing from approx. 9 months until 5 years 
The belts are not the same length. Why is this?
Uneven belts may be caused by the incorrect guiding of the harness system. Check at the back of the car seat that the belts are not twisted and that the pull belt (that runs forward at the bottom of the shell) is in the middle of the system. Also check that the belt can move easily to and fro through the shoulder openings. For smooth movement, the belt buckle should be flapped forward completely. This belt buckle operates by releasing the belt tensioner. If the problem continues after you have checked this, consult your retailer.
What should I do if my child opens the buckle on his or her harness belt?
In this case, we recommend, as do all international safety experts, that you stop immediately in a safe place, fasten the buckle once more and tell the child not to open it and the reason for this. It is always a possibility that an inventive, handy or strong child will open the buckle. If the force required to open the buckle were to be considerably increased to make it impossible for the child to open it himself, this would be contrary to the legal safety standards. The position of the buckle, the colour of the button, and the operating or opening force are all laid down in European standards. In the case of an accident, someone providing assistance without any knowledge of car seats must be able to see immediately how to release the child from a car seat in an emergency.