Britax Römer Max-Way Plus
MAX-WAY PLUS enables extended rear-facing travel from 9kg to 25kg – the safest way to travel. Plus, it features advanced side impact protection (SICT), adjustable to use on the side closest to the door. The multi-position recline and adjustable harness allow you to adapt the seat to the changing needs of your growing child while the wider headrest and soft padding provide comfort. All in a compact shell, allowing for more room for other passengers.
In the event of a frontal collision, MAX-WAY PLUS supports your child as their body is pushed into and held by the seat, offering better protection than with a forward-facing seat. As a result, there is less stress to the neck and head, reducing the possibility of injury.
Thanks to the deep and softly padded side wings and SICT, the MAX-WAY PLUS protects your child from head to hip in the event of a side impact. The SICT reduces impact forces by minimising the distance between the car and the car seat and deforms to absorb the energy before it reaches your little one. To benefit from the protection, simply adjust the SICT on the side of the car seat closest to the door.
This seat was designed with multiple recline positions that you can adjust with ease - offering a stress-free journey with a happy child, who can rest or sit up as desired. Life's made easier for parents too with quick and simple one-handed adjustment of the padded rest and harness to suit your child's height, and a machine-washable seat cover that can be taken off without removing the harness.
The MAX-WAY PLUS can be installed with the car's 3-point seat belt - handy if you will be transferring the car seat to different cars, which may not all have ISOFIX anchorage points. Safe installation is completed with the use of a support leg and lower tethers to allow optimum stability.
The Britax Rӧmer MAX-WAY PLUS is made in Britain.
The current safety guidelines advise that newborn babies are not left in their car seat for longer than 30 minutes. For babies 2-6 months, no longer than 2 hours. It is also safer to keep your child rear-facing for as long as possible - a minimum of 15 months but ideally 4 years. A child should never be in their harnessed car seat with a thick winter coat or snowsuit on.