Car seats: did you know?
You probably already know about how Bébé Confort car seats keep children safe when travelling. But there might be a few things you haven’t discovered yet. Check out these handy Bébé Confort car seat tips and tricks…
Our seats aren’t just designed for car safety. They’ll keep your baby protected from the sun too. All Bébé Confort Group 0+ car seats have an integrated sun canopy, with fabric tested and proved to offer the highest level of protection – 50+ – from UV rays.
The handle of our baby car seats isn’t just great for carrying the seat – it also has a safety function. Always remember to put it in an upright position when you use it in the car.
Take a closer look at the Bébé Confort Pebble Plus, Pebble and CabrioFix and you’ll see a little door at the back. That leads to a small storage compartment – the perfect place for keeping spare nappies, dummies and other baby essentials.
Doubling up for dinner
Want to feed your little one in their Bébé Confort baby car seat? No problem. Just turn the handle all the way back and lock it into a handy feeding position.
You can get your baby into exactly the right position with our seat reducers. They’re easy to remove too – just don’t forget where you put them (we know this happens a lot!). To see when you need to remove the seat reducer, check the manual.
It’s simple to keep your Bébé Confort car seat looking smart. Just pop the covers off and put them in the washing machine. For washing instructions, check the label. And if you’re not sure how to put the cover back on, watch our videos.
Going away? You can take your Bébé Confort Pebble Plus, Pebble and Citi on a plane with you, as they’re all approved for use on aeroplanes. Use the lap belt in the airline seat to install the seat in a rear-facing position. Just thread the belt through the blue belt hooks and secure tightly.
You can use your 2wayFix and FamilyFix bases even when your baby isn’t a baby any more. These sturdy ISOFIX bases fit from Bébé Confort group 0+ car seats to toddler car seats – so you can use them until your child is 4 years old.