Which Australian child restraint best suits your needs?

Which Australian child restraint best suits your needs?

By answering just a few simple questions we can determine which seat suits you, your child, your wallet and your cars needs best! Whilst we can't guarantee 100% accuracy in results, we have confidence that all seats recommended pass Australian standards. Whilst we try to make the result as accurate as possible all children have different torso lengths and children will need to be tested in the seat prior to purchase.

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How old is your child?

Infant
Rear facing baby or
toddler
Forward facing 6
months - 2 years
Forward facing 2 -
8 years
Booster 8 years +

How much are you looking to spend?

Least amount
possible while still
safe
$200-$400
$400+

Is an easy adjust harness a MUST?

Yes
No
Not a necessity

MUST have an Active Head Restraint/AHR?

Yes
No
I don't mind

Are you in need of a capsule?

Yes
No

Would you like specific fabric to keep your child cool?

Yes
No
I don't mind

Would you like to extended rear face?

Yes
No
My child is already
forward facing

Would you like your child to be in a harness for as long as possible?

Yes
No

Is your child over 7 and specifically needs a dedicated booster?

Yes
No

Would you prefer the added protection of side impact?

Yes
No

Would you prefer more or less padding?

More
Less
I don't mind

What sized car do you have?

Small
Medium
Large

Would you prefer something colourful or neutral?

Out there and
colourful!
Neutral tones
I don't mind

Do you need to fit three across?

Yes
No

Will the seat be rear or forward facing?

Rear
Forward