Click & Go installation for Citi
  • Click & Go installation
  • Fits any car
  • Installation feedback

Product description

Use in combination with Citi for an easy-to-use Click & Go installation. Attach the Bébé Confort CitiBase to any car using the seat belt.


Because its installation only requires a seat belt, our Bébé Confort CitiBase will go with any car you drive. Our user manual shows you exactly how you’re to wrap the car’s seat belt around the base for a secure fit.

Once installed, you can leave the CitiBase in the car. This way, every time you need to get in and out of the car, Citi is attached to the base with a simple "click”. Visual indicators notify you when your Bébé Confort car seat is properly installed, and you’re ready to "go”.

CitiBase can be installed in combination with the Citi car seat.


At Bébé Confort we have carried over 50 million babies home from the hospital. Our car seats and bases are extensively tested on their safety and ease of use, to offer your baby ongoing best-in-class protection.

As manufacturers, we recommend the use of a base to make your baby car seat’s installation easier, reducing the risk of doing it wrong. Bébé Confort CitiBase provides our Bébé Confort Citi with the perfect anchorage.

Click & Go installation for Citi

We help parents by making our Citi’s installation easier, every time you need to get in and out of the car. That is why we constructed our Bébé Confort CitiBase. The base enables a Click & Go installation: you just "click” our Citi car seat onto the base, and "go”. It’s super easy, and the chances of doing it wrong are slim to none.

Why choose me

Use the car's seat belt to install the Bébé Confort CitiBase

Indicators confirm correct fit, minimizing the chance of wrong installation

Clear belt routing indicates how to install correctly
Can I install the Citi.base on all cars?
The Citi.base in a universal belt base, so it means it can be installed in all cars equipped with a 3-point vehicle belt. Today, nearly all cars accept universal car seats and base; we invite you to check in your car instruction manual.
Can I install the Bébé Confort Citi on the front passenger seat?
Yes, you can install the Bébé Confort Citi on the front passenger seat, but only if the airbag has been deactivated. For extra safety and convenience, you can install the Citi with its belted base (Citi.base).
Is the Citi.base compatible with all Bébé Confort infant carriers?
The Citi.base has been specially designed for Citi car seat. Only the Citi infant carrier can then be installed on this belted base.
Why is it safer to install the Citi with the Citi.base?
According to European car safety research, around 30% of car seats are installed and used incorectly in the car. For infant carriers, there is several possible misuses: The infant carrier is installed in the wrong way (forward facing instead of rearward facing);  the vehicle belt routing can be wrong;  the vehicule belt can also not be well all these situations, in case of accidents or strong brake, the baby will not be well protected even if it's installed in the best safety car seat. It's the reason why it's key to correctly install the infant carrier in the car. Using a base will considerably reduce the risk of bad installation of the infant carrier in the car. By cliking the infant carrier on its base, staying in the car, the infant should always be secured properly to offer best safety for the baby in case of accidents. Furthermore, it's also very convenient for daily use, you only have to click the car seat on the base, and install the shoulder belt on the blue belt guide, behind the infant carrier.
Why do babies have to travel in a reward facing position?
Babies have a large and heavy head compared to the rest of their body. In addition, their neck muscles are not yet fully developed. If the baby is transported in a forward-facing position, his or her head will be thrown forward in the event of a head-on collision. This can cause serious neck injury and may even be fatal. By placing the baby in a rear-facing position, the forces exerted during the crash will be distributed across the baby’s entire back.