Rodi AirProtect®

Innovative AirProtected technoloy
From approx. 3.5 years up to 12 years
15-36 kg
Color
Nomad Grey
  • Extra protection of child's head Side Protection System Recline positions Adjustable in height 

Product description

The patented AirProtect® side impact technology in the headrest of the Bébé Confort Rodi AirProtect® car seat reduces the risk of head injury by as much as 20%. It is also very comfortable, with a relaxed recline position and can grow with the child thanks to its height adjustability. The Bébé Confort Rodi AirProtect® is also lightweight, so it can be easily switched between cars.

The AirProtect® side impact technology in the Bébé Confort Rodi AirProtect® child car seat is specially designed to provide your child with the best side protection possible, even reducing the risk of head injury by 20%! Enjoy the flexibility of the lightweight Bébé Confort Rodi AirProtect® child car seat as it easily switches between cars.

Why choose me

Ease of use
  • Rodi AirProtect® is installed by the car seat belt
  • Rodi AirProtect® has a removable cover which you can easily clean Comfort
  • With two recline positions the car seat can be in sleeping and upright position
  • The booster seat can be adjusted in height to grow with the child up to 12 years of age Safety
  • The AirProtect® technology protects your child head and neck and keeps the child in the safest position
  • With the Side Protection System your child is secured and kept upright in the safest position in the car seat General
  • The booster seat is only available for forward facing travel
  • Rodi
AirProtect® has two unique covers designed especially for boys and girls Note: According to European legislation, children up to 1.50 meter (in some countries up to 1.35 meter), must use an approved child car seat!
FAQs
Are children taller than 1.50 metres required to sit in a child car seat?
No, but they must wear a car seat belt!
Can I add the air cushions to my current Rodi?
The air cushions on the Rodi AirProtect are integrated foam parts and cannot be added after production.
How should I clean the car seat?
You can clean the car seat with a vacuum cleaner. You can also blow it clean with compressed air. Any food remains that are stuck to it can be removed using a slightly damp cloth. Make sure that the foam parts do not get wet.
Is it true that it is no longer allowed to use a booster cushion/seat without back support?
Not only Bébé Confort, but also independent consumer organisations like the Dutch Consumers’ Association advise strongly against using a seat booster without back support. Back support is essential, particularly for reasons of side impact protection, though also due to the positioning of the seat belt around the neck and chest. Booster seats and cushions without back support are not yet prohibited, but must comply with the minimum requirements of the ECE R44/03 and ECE R44/04 standards.
My car has headrests on the back seat, making it very difficult to install the seat. Is it safe to remove these headrests?
You have two options: 1. You can try to rotate the headrest so that the smooth back side of the headrest supports the car seat. This is the best solution because it still allows you to install the ‘anchor’ between the back section and the headrest on the car seat between the rear seat and headrest of your car. 2. If this is not possible, you can remove the headrest entirely. Safety tests (crash tests) in connection with European standard requirements have also been carried out on a test bench without headrests.
The seat belt does not retract when my child falls asleep in the Bébé Confort Rodi. What should I do?
The Bébé Confort Rodi XP and AirProtect provide greater sitting comfort and safety for your child. Both the child and the car seat are secured with the seat belt. The Bébé Confort Rodi AirProtect has a reclining position, while the Bébé Confort XP does not. If a child falls asleep and slumps forward, the seat belt will gradually move forward together with the child. This is a feature of automatic belts. If the automatic mechanism does not roll up the belt properly, the third belt point (direction of the automatic mechanism) is probably in an incorrect position, i.e. placed too far forward. The seat belt is then threaded at an almost impossible angle, resulting in too much friction in the belt hook. This situation can occur in some station wagons, for example. For this reason we recommend that you try installing the car seat in your car before purchasing it. Your retailer can help you with this. Note: Always secure a Rodi seat with the belt, even when there is no child sitting in it.
When should I make the transition from a Group I car seat to a Group 2/3 car 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.
Can 3 car seats fit on the back seat of my car?
Depending on the type of car, 3 seats may fit on the back seat.We recommend taking your car to the retailer to check this.
Can I also position a car seat on the front passenger seat?
Infant and child car seats can be placed on the passenger seat in the car. The rear seat of the car is preferable. An infant car seat for 0-13 months may only be used on the front passenger seat if there is no frontal airbag or if you are sure that it has been deactivated. For car seats for older children (9 months to 12 year), if the front seat is equipped with an airbag, we recommend placing the seat in the rearmost position.
Is it safe to use second-hand car seats?
We advise against purchasing a used car seat. The history of a second-hand car seat is often unknown. In other words, you cannot know for certain how it has been used. Car seats that have been involved in an accident are no longer guaranteed to be safe. The car seat may also be damaged in some other manner or may be incomplete.
Why do I need a car seat?
The use of an approved child car seat is required by law for all children up to a height of 1.35 metres. This requirement applies to all countries that belong to the European Union. Car seats and boosters with ECE R44/04 certification meet the minimum requirements of this new law.