Priori SPS+

Attractively priced but comfortable toddler car seat
From approx. 9 months up to 4 years
9-18 kg
Color
Slate Black
  • Side Protection System
  • Multiple recline positions
  • Belt hooks

Product description

To a child, getting into the car signals the start of an exciting adventure. But parents want to make sure that their child is comfortably secured in the car seat. Protected by a shock-absorbing headrest and sides (Side Protection System), the Maxi-Cosi Priori SPS car seat is a perfect place for the child to relax while enjoying the travel experience. With 4 recline positions, the child is always comfortable, either sitting or sleeping and the handy belt hooks keep the harness out of the way for easy access to the seat.

But as a parent you are more concerned about your child being comfortably secured in his car seat. Protected by a shock-absorbing headrest and sides (Side Protection System), the Maxi-Cosi Priori SPS car seat is the perfect place for your child to relax. With 4 recline positions, your child is always comfortable, either sitting or sleeping, and the handy belt hooks keep the harness out of the way for easy in and out.

Why choose me

Ease of use
  • Cover can be washed in a washing machine
  • Seat fits almost all cars and allows for an easy 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 General
  • 5-point safety harness for best restraining toddler by rigid body parts in a foward collision
  • For optimal safety in case of side-impact collisions
  • Usable forward facing from approx. 9 months until 4 years
  • Made in
Europe
FAQs
Is it possible to mount my car seat (Group 1 or Group 0+/1) onto the frame of my pushchair?
This is not possible with our current range of products. Our products are developed with a strong focus on safety, quality and user-friendliness. The combination you mention would require that we make concessions to these three aspects. We have decided against making such concessions at this time.
My child climbs out of the belt system on the car seat.
The same principle applies to all car seats and means that your child cannot create extra space if there is no extra space to begin with. Some children have shown us that, with only a minimum of slack in the belt system, they can get a hand between the buckle and their stomach and then, by moving it towards their head, they can get an elbow under the belts – but this requires a very flexible shoulder. These children display a tremendous desire to free themselves from their car seat. Child safety in the car and freedom of movement are not compatible in principle. To transport a child not only safely but also comfortably, a slight amount of slack in the belt system is needed. If the belt is pulled extremely tightly and the child is sitting calmly in the car seat, experience has taught us that all car seats are the same when it comes to 'climbing out of the car seat'. We see a similar pattern in children ages 1-4 years in car seats of various types and from various manufacturers. The belt system is a closed system that keeps the child in the same position continuously - during normal car trips as well as during a sudden stop or accident. This system is closed by securing the child when tightening the belts. If this is done properly, the belts cannot be loosened during use (if this does happen, we ask that you contact our Service Department through the retailer where you bought the product).
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.
When should I make the transition from a Group I seat to a Group 2/3 seat
For the safety of your child, we recommend using the Group I car seat (9 months to 3 1/2 years/9-18 kg) for as long as possible. Wait to switch your child to a next stage car seat until your child has reached the maximum weight limit or if the top of your child’s head protrudes above the top edge of the seat. As long as the back of your child's head is fully supported by the shell, we advise against making the switch just yet, so that your child can be offered the best possible protection.