INSTRUCTION BOOK
Convertible Child Restraint
Series No.: BL7A/2010
IMPORTANT:
KEEP THIS BOOKLET IN THE PLACE PROVIDED ON THE CHILD RESTRAINT
Rearward Facing
For use with children
up to approximately 6 months.
Forward Facing
For use with children from approximately
6 months to approximately 4 years of age.
Check that this child restraint will fit in your car.
Product features and decoration may vary from images & illustrations.
INDEX
INTRODUCTION
PAGE
3
INTRODUCTION
4
WARNINGS
6
SHOULDER HEIGHT MARKERS & A GROWING CHILD
7
SHOULDER HEIGHT MARKERS & THE NEXT STEP
REARWARD FACING - BABY USE
9
FEATURES: REARWARD FACING
11
SUITABLE FOR USE: REARWARD-FACING
12
HOW TO SET-UP
16
HOW TO INSTALL
22
HOW TO USE
FORWARD FACING- TODDLER USE
To be used only in a rearward-facing position for an infant until their shoulders reach the lower shoulder
height marker (approximately 6 months of age). Then to be used in a forward-facing position until their
shoulders reach the upper shoulder height marker (approximately 4 years of age).
Continue to use this child restraint until the child reaches this limit.
Do not use forward facing until child's shoulders are above the lower shoulder height marker.
Infants are at risk of serious injury if they face forward too early.
Children are at risk of serious injury if they move to booster seats too early.
Children that have outgrown this restraint are safest in a booster seat until their shoulders reach the upper
shoulder height marker of the booster seat.
CAREFULLY READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION. IN THE EVENT OF DOUBT ABOUT THE
METHOD OF INSTALLATION, CONSULT BABYLOVE OR AGENT OR A CHILD RESTRAINT FITTING STATION
AUTHORISED BY A RELEVANT TRANSPORT AUTHORITY OR, IN NEW ZEALAND, THE AGENT FOR THE
VEHICLE.
No child restraint can guarantee absolute protection from injury in every crash. However, to ensure
that your child gets all the protection designed into the restraint PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW THESE
INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY and use only Babylove recommended parts and accessories.
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FEATURES: FORWARD FACING
28
SUITABLE FOR USE: FORWARD-FACING
29
HOW TO SET-UP
33
HOW TO INSTALL
38
HOW TO USE
THIS RESTRAINT IS NOT SUITABLE FOR USE WHERE THE ANCHORAGE STRAP MAY FALL INTO A SPLIT
IN THE SEAT BACK (E.G. HATCHBACK OR WAGON).
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Always store the instruction book in the pocket provided at the back of the cover.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
44
ACCESSORIES & FEATURES
47
TRAVELLING TIPS
48
PRE INSTALLATION ANCHOR FITTING
52
IN CASE OF CRASH
2
THIS RESTRAINT MUST BE ATTACHED TO A CHILD RESTRAINT ANCHORAGE POINT IN THE CAR. REFER
TO CAR OWNER’S HANDBOOK FOR LOCATION OF ANCHORAGE POINTS. REFER TO A CHILD RESTRAINT
FITTING STATION IF NO ANCHORAGE POINTS ARE IN THE MOTOR CAR.
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•
The restraint is not intended to be a substitute baby cot or bed. It is only designed to enable safe
transportation of children in motor vehicles. Do not leave a baby in the restraint for long periods of
time.
•
Upper anchorage straps and extension straps may be damaged by unsecured cargo in a collision.
Secure or remove hazardous cargo before using this strap. Hatchback or wagon: Do not use the
child restraint where the upper anchorage strap may fall into a split in the seat back.
DO NOT LEAVE CHILDREN UNATTENDED IN THE CAR.
•
Protect all webbing from abrasion and cutting by sharp corners and edges.
Do not alter or modify this restraint.
•
Do not store in areas that may get hot, like in car boots, roof space, beside shed walls which get hot
in summer. Do not place heavy items on top of the seat as this may distort the plastic.
•
Use the restraint exactly as shown in the instructions.
•
Fit the restraint firmly to the car seat.
•
Fit the harness firmly to the child.
•
A loose restraint or harness is dangerous.
•
Supervision of children is needed because they may be able to undo buckles and adjusters.
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•
•
Repairs must only be done by the manufacturer or agent.
•
Do not allow the restraint to come into contact with polishes, oils, bleach and other chemicals.
•
Destroy the restraint if it has been in a severe crash, even if no damage is visible.
•
Do not use this restraint without a cover.
•
Regularly check the restraint components, straps & other fitments for correct function and condition.
Seek prompt repair.
•
To ensure baby’s back is evenly supported do not put more than one nappy on the baby and make
sure the nappy is not thickly folded at the back.
•
DO NOT USE A REAR-FACING CHILD RESTRAINT WHERE AN AIRBAG IS FITTED IN THE FRONT OF
THE SEATING POSITION.
•
If an airbag is fitted in the desired seating position where the child restraint is to be fitted, follow the
vehicle manufacturer's warnings and instructions.
•
THIS RESTRAINT IS NOT SUITABLE FOR USE WHERE THE ANCHORAGE STRAP MAY FALL INTO A
SPLIT IN THE SEAT BACK (E.G. HATCHBACK OR WAGON).
•
The restraint should not be purchased or sold as a second hand item. It is recommended not to use
child restraints older that 10 years as the protection in an accident may be reduced.
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:
DO NOT LEAVE CHILDREN UNATTENDED IN THE CAR.
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SHOULDER HEIGHT MARKERS & A GROWING CHILD
NEWBORN (REARWARD FACING)
Label A
SHOULDER HEIGHT MARKERS & THE NEXT STEP
Shoulder height markers are provided on this restraint for a visual indication that the child is safe to ride in
this restraint. Do not turn to forward-facing until the child's shoulder's reach the lower marker.
Do not continue to use the restraint if the child's shoulders are above the top marker.
Lower shoulder
height marker
Rearward Facing
IMPORTANT: FOLLOW THIS ADVICE.
OLDER BABY (REARWARD FACING)
Label A
Lower shoulder
height marker
LOWER SHOULDER HEIGHT MARKER : Label A
When the child's shoulders reach the lower marker, the child restraint must be turned to face towards the
front of the vehicle or move the child to another Rearward or Forward Facing seat with in built harness.
Approximately 6 months of age.
TODDLER USE (FORWARD FACING)
Upper shoulder height marker
Label B
Label A
UPPER SHOULDER HEIGHT MARKER : Label B
Turn to forward-facing when the child's
shoulders reach the lower shoulder height
marker.
When the child's shoulders reach this upper marker, the child is now too big for the child restraint. It is
now time to move too the next child restraint. Approximately 4 years of age.
Forward Facing
Move to the next form of child restraint when the child's
shoulders reach the upper shoulder height marker.
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SPECIAL FEATURES: REARWARD-FACING
SHOULDER HEIGHT MARKERS & THE NEXT STEP
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
For the next child restraint choose from:
These options are generally from approximately 4 years of age.
To be used only in a rearward-facing position until the infant's shoulders reach the lower shoulder
height marker (approximately 6 months of age).
• Convertible Booster Seat ( Note: you can move to a convertible
booster seat once the child's shoulders reach the lower shoulder
height marker), this will be a little lower than the Lower Shoulder
Height Marker on the child restraint covered on previous pages.
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12 13 14
15
OR
• Booster Seat and an accessory Child Harness
1
10
(A Child Harness must be used with a Booster Seat if the car is
fitted with a lap only seat belt in the desired seating position),
OR
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2
9
3
8
4
7
5
• Booster seat and lap-sash seat belt.
Front of Vehicle
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6
9
SPECIAL FEATURES: REARWARD-FACING
SUITABLE FOR USE
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
1
Car's Anchor Fitting
2
Stabilising Bar (Shown in Baby Use mode - for rear facing)
3
Harness Adjustment Strap
4
Harness Adjustment Latch
Continue to use this restraint until the child reaches this limit.
5
Car's seat belt
Do not use forward facing until child's shoulders are above the
lower shoulder height marker.
6
Blue Rear Facing Seat belt markers (1 each side) for rear facing mode
7
Upper Anchorage Storage Band
8
Upper Anchorage Strap Adjuster
9
Slots for adjusting height of shoulder straps
10 Shoulder Height Markers
TO BE USED WITH A LAP SASH OR LAP ONLY SEAT BELT IN
THE BACK OF MOST CARS WITH FORWARD-FACING SEATS.
To be used only in a rearward-facing position for an infant
until their shoulders reach the lower shoulder height marker
(approximately 6 months of age).
590mm
600mm
Infants are at risk of serious injury if they face forward too early.
A baby's neck muscles maybe unable to support their head thus the baby should remain in rear facing
until the neck muscles become stronger.
The purchaser should check the measurements between the front of the seat back of the rear seat and
all front seats in the car in which the child restraint is intended to be used, to ensure that the space is
sufficient. If you have the restraint check it fits in your car.
Regional Road Rules may prohibit the use of this restraint in the front seat until the child is 4 years of age.
Check your Regional Rules for exemptions.
11 Padded cover for baby’s comfort (may vary in style)
12 Buckle Tongue Holders
13 Fully adjustable 6 point harness
14 Quick Release Buckle (Red button)
15 Adjustable Upper Anchorage Strap
16 Attachment Clip
DO NOT USE RESTRAINT IN REARWARD FACING MODE
WITHOUT STABILISING BAR FULLY EXTENDED.
Do not use the restraint without the Upper Anchorage Strap
correctly attached.
DO NOT USE A REAR FACING CHILD RESTRAINT WHERE AN
AIRBAG IS FITTED IN FRONT OF THE SEATING POSITION.
Do not use on any vehicle seat which faces sideways or
rearwards.
Do not allow the front seat to alter
the installed position of the restraint.
It is permissible to allow the restraint
to touch the seat on front of it.
Never leave babies or toddlers in a stationary car in the sun because of the risk of heat exhaustion.
Ensure babies and toddlers have adequate ventilation and are shaded from direct sunlight through side
or rear windows.
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HOW TO SET-UP
HOW TO SET-UP
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
ADJUSTING HARNESS STRAP HEIGHT: FOR BABY USE REARWARD-FACING
Correct fitment of the harness is very
important as it restrains the baby in the
restraint. The harness must fit firmly
around upper torso of the baby and be
positioned so as to leave the baby's arms
and legs free.
Harness
Shoulder slots
Shoulder
height
For babies in rear facing mode, the infants
markers
shoulders must be below the lower
shoulder height marker. If your baby has
reached the lower shoulder height marker
then the restraint must be converted for
Lap straps
“Child Use”. (Refer to Forward Facing
section starting on page 26).
Harness
shoulder straps
Harness
tongues and
buckle
shown as blue.
C. To slacken Harness Straps, lift Harness Adjustment
Lever then grasp both shoulder harness straps and
pull outwards.
C
Lift Harness
Adjustment Lever
Harness
adjuster strap
IMPORTANT:
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Pull to
lengthen
B. If fitted in the car, remove the restraint from vehicle
as instructed on page 25.
Adjustment Lever
Cross bar
REARWARDFACING BELT
PATH;
A. If using the seat for the first time, you may need to
use the second set of shoulder strap slots rather
than the lowest pair of slots. Place baby in the seat
and check which shoulder strap slots are best.
Crotch straps
The shoulder straps must be in the slots
which are nearest to the child's shoulders,
but not lower than the child's shoulders
when in rear facing mode.
Cross
Bar
CHANGING SHOULDER STRAP SLOTS: FOR BABY USE REARWARD-FACING
Shoulder straps
MUST be threaded
through appropriate
shoulder strap slots
then over the cross
bar at the rear of
restraint.
D. At the rear of the restraint, remove one of the
harness shoulder straps from metal Strap Connector Cross Bar
by slipping strap through open slot. It is better to
change one strap at a time.
Strap
Connector
D
Strap Connector
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HOW TO SET-UP
HOW TO SET-UP
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
CHILD RESTRAINT ANCHORAGE
E. Pull the shoulder strap out of the slot.
To use this child restraint, the car will need a child restraint anchor fitting in the seating position that you
intend to use. Refer to the car owner's handbook.
Pull
F. Insert shoulder strap through the selected slot
which will position shoulder strap level with or
above the child’s shoulder as shown right. Ensure
that the Shoulder strap passes through matching
slots in the cover and restraint body.
If no anchor fitting is provided then you will need to install an anchor fitting. Refer to pages 48 to 51.
The anchor fitting is required for attaching the upper anchorage strap in both rear facing mode and forward
facing mode covered later in the these instructions.
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INSTALLING INTO VEHICLE (REARWARD FACING)
G. Ensure there are no twists in the shoulder strap
and the buckle tongues face the correct way.
A. The car may be fitted with a child restraint anchor fitting behind the
desired seating position. Refer to the car owner's handbook. If not then
an anchor fitting will need to be installed. Refer to pages 48 to 51.
CAUTION: For Rearward facing, Ensure the
shoulder strap is threaded through the slot, then over
the top of the cross bar at the rear of restraint &
connected to the metal strap connector.
B. The restraint is normally packaged in the fully upright Child Use
mode so you will need to convert it to Baby Use mode. Convert
the restraint to Baby Use mode as shown & explained.
F
H. Reconnect the strap to the metal connector.
I. Repeat for other shoulder strap. It is better to
change one strap at a time so that the other strap
will be a guide for re-assembly.
CAUTION: Do not use the restraint with
harness shoulder straps set at different heights or fed
through mismatching slots. Ensure harness straps
are not twisted and that all straps are secure by
pulling each harness strap.
Cross Bar
C. If Upper Anchorage Strap is folded up for storage undo from
Storage Band then lengthen. Fully press Adjuster Button (1) while
pulling Upper Anchorage Strap (2) to lengthen.
Fully press Adjuster Button (1)
while pulling Upper Anchorage
Strap (2) to lengthen.
1
2
Storage
Band
Pull Adjustment Strap
to remove slack
Strap
Connector
H
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HOW TO INSTALL
HOW TO INSTALL
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
D. To convert the restraint from forward facing mode to rearward
facing mode for Baby Use, unlock the stabilising bar by pulling
the bar backwards.
H. Position the restraint in the car rearward facing
in the chosen seating position.
Pull out
to unlock.
D
E. Rotate the stabilising bar around so that it is in position at the
front of the restraint.
Note: Some vehicle seat fabrics (particularly
velours) may be damaged by a child restraint
used continuously. We recommend the use of
a messy mat or thick towel to keep the vehicle
seat in good condition.
I
F. Push to lock the stabilising bar into position at the front of the
restraint.
Rotate stabilising bar.
E
I. Feed the seat belt through the seat belt slots on
each side of the restraint. The rear facing seat
belt path is identified by the blue- REARWARD
FACING BELT PATH marker (1 each side).
Push to lock.
IMPORTANT:
DO NOT USE RESTRAINT IN REARWARD FACING MODE
WITHOUT STABILISING BAR LOCKED IN POSITION
Blue marker to identify
REARWARD FACING
SEAT BELT PATH.
F
G. At the front of the seat unclip the plastic fasteners and pull back
the trim to expose the seat belt slots in the restraint.
I
G
Unclip the plastic fasteners and pull
back seat cover.
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HOW TO INSTALL
HOW TO INSTALL
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
J. Engage seat belt buckle and tongue.
Ensure Upper Anchorage
Strap is not slack,
attached to the car's
Anchor Fitting.
K. Re-attach the cover by connecting the plastic
fasteners and align restraint centrally to the
chosen seating position.
L. Tighten the seatbelt. If installed with a lapsash seat belt tighten both the lap and sash
belts, then allow the sash-belt to feed into the
retractor.
J
M. Hook the attachment clip to the car's anchor fitting.
Remove as many twists as possible from the upper
anchorage strap. (This may be done after the baby is
fitted in to the seat).
Attachment Clip (hook)
THIS TETHER STRAP MUST ALWAYS BE FITTED
WHEN THE CHILD RESTRAINT IS USED IN A VEHICLE.
N. Tighten adjustable upper anchorage
strap by pulling adjustment strap (3)
to remove slack, but do not overtighten causing the restraint base
to lift off the vehicle seat. This will
usually be done once the baby has
been harnessed into the seat.
ALWAYS roll up excess strap tightly
and neatly store away from child’s
reach using the storage band.
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Car's Anchor
Fitting
Fully press Adjuster Button (1)
while pulling Upper Anchorage
Strap (1) to lengthen.
Car's Anchor Fitting
Pull sash portion
of seat belt to
remove slack.
A single
twist is
required in
Baby Use.
Do not use
this slot for
Baby Use
installation.
Attachment Clip
Feed seat belt between
restraint cover and restraint
body (see page 17).
Pull strap
to remove
the slack.
Blue marker to identify
REARWARD FACING
SEAT BELT PATH.
1
2
Storage
Band
3
Pull Adjustment Strap
to remove slack
Roll up tightly so
the webbing is thick
enough to be held in
the storage band.
DO NOT USE RESTRAINT IN REARWARD FACING MODE WITHOUT STABILISING BAR
FULLY EXTENDED.
THE UPPER ANCHORAGE STRAP MUST ALWAYS BE FITTED WHEN THE CHILD
RESTRAINT IS USED IN A VEHICLE.
ALWAYS ATTACH THE HOOK AND REMOVE THE SLACK.
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HOW TO INSTALL
HOW TO INSTALL
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
IMPORTANT:
If using an Extension Strap, positioning the Attachment Clip above the baby may lead to injury in an
accident therefore make sure that the Attachment Clip is not positioned in front of the vehicle seat.
Attachment Clip should not
be in front of the vehicle
seat front.
ANGULAR ADJUSTMENT OF RESTRAINT
Some vehicle seats have more rearward slope than others. If the angle of the seat causes the baby to
be too upright for comfort, the angle may be altered by placing a firm packing between the seat and
the underside of the base. Packing can be a firmly rolled up towel or nappy.
Do not remove all of the rearward slope by over packing. Always leave a rearward slope angle of
approximately 10 to 15 degrees as shown below.
Attachment Clip should be
behind the front of the vehicle
seat front.
Extension Strap
Attachment Clip
10° to 15°
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HOW TO USE
HOW TO USE
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
PLACING BABY INTO RESTRAINT
2
A. Ensure the shoulder straps are adjusted to
the correct height for your child (see page
12).
Harness
Adjustment Lever
Adjuster
Strap
B. Slacken the Upper Anchorage Strap and
allow the straps to fall to the sides of the
restraint for easy access to the baby.
C. To slacken Harness Straps, lift Harness
Adjustment Lever (1) then grasp both
shoulder harness straps and pull out (2) till
there is enough slack to place harness to
each side of restraint. Store tongues on the
Buckle tongue holders.
Buckle tongue holder on
both sides of the seat. Push
tongue inwards to engage.
D. Lay baby on their back into restraint
and fit harness with the shoulder
straps on the chest, and the waist
strap at the child's hips. Pull the
crotch strap and buckle between
the legs.
Shoulder
height
markers
E. Always make sure the baby is dressed to allow harness
buckle to be pulled up between baby’s legs e.g. a jump
suit. Make sure the baby’s arms and legs are free.
NOTE: Never wrap baby in a blanket before placing in
restraint. Place a blanket over the child after the harness
has been tightened if additional warmth is required.
Generally babies are warmer in the seat and may need to
wear less clothes so they don't get too hot.
Crotch
strap and
buckle
1
E
C
Harness
Upper Anchorage Strap
shoulder
temporarily slackened
straps
for easy access
F. Fit either harness tongue into the
harness buckle followed by the other
tongue until a click is heard. Should the
second tongue not insert, press the red
button and reinsert the tongues.
Ensure secure engagement by pulling
harness straps.
G.Remove slack from harness lap straps
by pulling shoulder straps upwards.
Tongue
Buckle
Click
Pull to remove slack from
harness lap straps
Shoulder
Straps
Adjuster for the Upper
Anchorage Strap
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Pull strap to
remove the slack.
D
Crotch
Straps
Harness
Lap Straps
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HOW TO USE
HOW TO USE
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
BABY USE REARWARD FACING
REMOVING BABY FROM RESTRAINT
H. Pull harness adjustment strap to take up the slack in the
harness adjusting to a comfortable but firm fit. A loose
harness could result in serious injury in a crash.
CAUTION: A LOOSE HARNESS IS DANGEROUS.
Make sure that nothing is obstructing harness straps and that
baby’s arms and legs are free with the straps in the correct
location - as shown on the previous page. Do not use restraint
if straps do not tighten and contact Customer Service for repair
(telephone number at the back of this book).
A. Press Upper Anchorage Strap Adjuster Button (1) while
pulling Upper Anchorage Straps (2) to slacken (as shown
below). Allow Upper Anchorage Straps (2) to fall to the
sides for easy access into restraint as shown right.
Pull
B. Lift Harness Adjustment Lever, while pulling each Shoulder
Harness Strap to slacken harness to the desired amount.
C. Press red button on Harness Buckle then both Harness
Tongues will be released. Move each shoulder strap to
baby's side then pick up baby.
D. Lift baby out of the seat.
IMPORTANT: A recommended Baby Insert Pad may be used to snugly support a baby. Do not
use a baby insert pad that is not recommended for this child restraint by Babylove Products. Discontinue
use when Baby Insert Pad is a tight fit or creates discomfort for larger babies or causes the baby's
shoulder to reach the Lower Shoulder Height Marker.
1
Press
TO REMOVE RESTRAINT FROM VEHICLE
I. Retighten Adjustable Upper Anchorage Strap
by pulling Adjustment Strap (3) to remove
slack as shown.
B. Release the stored strap and fully press Upper
Anchorage Strap Adjuster Button (1) while pulling Upper
Anchorage Strap (2) to slacken as shown right.
Storage
Band
3
ALWAYS roll up excess strap tightly and
neatly store away from child’s reach using
the storage band.
Pull Adjustment Strap
to remove slack
A. Disengage seat belt tongue from buckle and remove
from restraint.
C. Disengage Attachment Clip from Anchor Fitting. The
child restraint is now disconnected.
Fully press Adjuster
Button (1) while pulling
Upper Anchorage Strap
(2) to lengthen.
1
2
Storage
Band
Attachment Clip
Roll up tightly so
the webbing is thick
enough to be held in
the storage band.
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Car's Anchor
Press to Fitting
disengage
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SPECIAL FEATURES - Forward Facing
SPECIAL FEATURES - Forward Facing
TODDLER USE FORWARD FACING
TODDLER USE FORWARD FACING
To be used only in a forward-facing position by children whose shoulder's have reached the lower
shoulder height marker (approximately 6 months of age) until the shoulders reach the upper shoulder
height marker (approximately 4 years of age.)
1
Car's Anchor Fitting
2
Slots for adjusting height of shoulder straps.
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3
Vehicle seat belt
4
Yellow Seat belt markers (1 each side) for forward facing
5
Padded Cover for comfort
6
Stabilising Bar (shown in Child Use mode)
7
Harness Adjustment Strap
8
Harness Adjustment Lever
9
Quick Release Harness Buckle (Red button)
10
Fully Adjustable 6 point harness
11
Buckle Tongue holders
4
12
Shoulder height markers
5
13
Upper Anchorage Strap Adjuster
6
14
Upper Anchorage Storage Band
15
Adjuster Upper Anchorage Strap
16
Attachment Clip
14
15
16
1
Front of Vehicle
12
11
10
9
8
7
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2
3
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SUITABLE FOR USE - Forward Facing
HOW TO SET-UP
TODDLER USE FORWARD FACING
TO BE USED WITH A LAP SASH OR LAP ONLY SEAT BELT IN THE BACK OF MOST CARS WITH
FORWARD-FACING SEATS.
Once the child's shoulders reach the lower shoulder height marker then the seat can be changed to the
forward-facing position and used until the child's shoulders reach the upper shoulder height marker
(approximately 4 years of age).
Continue to use this restraint in this forward-facing mode until the child's shoulders reaches the limit of
the upper shoulder height marker. The child should not sit forward-facing until the baby's neck muscles
are able to support their head. Do not move to a Booster Seat until the child has outgrown this child
restraint.
Regional Road Rules may prohibit the use of this restraint in the front seat of the vehicle until the child is
4 years of age. Check your Regional Rules for exemptions.
DO NOT USE RESTRAINT IN FORWARD- FACING MODE WITH THE STABILISING BAR EXTENDED OUT
THE FRONT OF THE RESTRAINT.
TODDLER USE FORWARD FACING
ADJUSTING HARNESS STRAP HEIGHT: FOR CHILD USE FORWARD-FACING
Correct fitment of the harness is very important as
it restrains the child in the restraint. The harness
must fit firmly around the upper torso of the child
and be positioned so as to leave the child's arms
and legs free.
The shoulder straps must be in the slots which are
nearest to the child's shoulders, but not more than
25mm below the child's shoulders. If the child's
shoulders are above the upper shoulder height
marker then the child is too tall for the restraint and
the restraint should not be used; move to next type
of restraint (see page 8).
The shoulder straps must be in the slots which are
nearest to the child's shoulders, but not more than
25mm below the child's shoulders.
Shoulder height markers
Harness
Shoulder
slots
Harness
shoulder
straps
Lap
straps
Crotch
straps
Adjustment Lever
Harness adjuster
strap
Do not use the restraint without the Upper Anchorage Strap correctly attached.
If your vehicle is not fitted with an anchor point, please contact a Safety Restraint Fitting Station authorised
by the relevant State Government Body for correct fitment of the restraint. In New Zealand contact the
agent for the vehicle. The upper anchorage strap must be attached to an anchorage point using an
extension strap if necessary.
Cross Bar
Cross Bar
Do not use on any vehicle seat which faces sideways or rearwards.
Do not use any Baby Inserts in Forward Facing ‘Child Use’ mode.
Do not use pillow unless recommended by Nursery Elegance Products Pty. Ltd.
If an airbag is fitted in the desired seating position where the child restraint is fitted, follow the vehicle
manufacturer's warnings and instructions.
Children are of risk of serious injury if they move to a booster seat too early.
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Harness
tongues and
buckle
25mm
IMPORTANT:
Shoulder straps
must be threaded
through appropriate
shoulder strap
slots, then under
the cross bar at the
rear of restraint.
Strap Connector
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HOW TO SET-UP
HOW TO SET-UP
TODDLER USE FORWARD FACING
TODDLER USE FORWARD FACING
CHANGING SHOULDER STRAP SLOTS: FOR CHILD USE FORWARD-FACING
D. Pull the shoulder strap out of the slot.
Pull
A. Remove the restraint from vehicle as instructed on page 40.
B. Slacken Harness Straps by lifting Harness Adjuster, grasping
both shoulder harness straps and pulling out desired amount
of slack.
Pull to
lengthen
D
E. Insert shoulder strap through restraint slot
which will position shoulder strap level with
or above the child’s shoulder as shown right.
Ensure that the Shoulder strap passes through
matching slots in cover and restraint body.
Lift Harness
Adjustment Lever
C. At the rear of the restraint, remove one of the harness
shoulder straps from metal Strap Connector by slipping
strap through open slot.
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C
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HOW TO SET-UP
HOW TO INSTALL
TODDLER USE FORWARD FACING
TODDLER USE FORWARD FACING
INSTALLING INTO VEHICLE (FORWARD FACING)
(UPRIGHT OR RECLINED)
F. Ensure there are no twists in the shoulder strap
and the buckle tongues face the correct way.
CAUTION: For Forward facing, ensure
Cross Bar
the shoulder strap is threaded through the slot,
then under the bar at the rear of the restraint &
connected to the metal strap connector.
G. Reconnect the strap to the metal strap connector.
Strap
Connector
H. Repeat for other shoulder strap. It is better to
change one strap at a time so that the other strap
will be a guide for re-assembly.
CAUTION: Do not use the restraint with harness shoulder straps set at different heights or fed
through mismatching slots. Ensure harness straps are not twisted and that all straps are secure by pulling
each harness strap.
Pull out
to unlock
A. Remove the rear facing seat from the vehicle by disengaging
the seat belt and upper anchorage strap refer to page 25. If
not previously fitted rearward facing, you will need to locate a
child restraint anchor fitting. The car may be fitted with a child
restraint anchor fitting behind the desired seating position. Refer
to the car owner's handbook. If not, then an anchor fitting will
need to be installed. Refer to pages 48 to 51.
CONVERT TO TODDLER USE MODE
Convert the restraint from Baby Use mode to Toddler Use mode as
shown & explained below.
B. Remove the baby insert pad as this is no longer required.
C. To convert the restraint from rearward facing mode to forward
facing mode for Toddler Use, unlock the stabilising bar.
D. Swing the stabilising bar around so that it is in position at the
bottom rear of the seat.
E. Determine whether an upright or reclined position is preferred
(see below) and adjust as described on the following page.
IMPORTANT: Do not use forward-facing with the
stabilising bar extended. Always store away.
IMPORTANT:
Ensure harness is correctly adjusted with the harness in the slots near the child's shoulders before refitting
the seat to the car. (Refer to page 29)
UPRIGHT CHILD
USE MODE
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RECLINED CHILD
USE MODE
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HOW TO INSTALL
HOW TO INSTALL
TODDLER USE FORWARD FACING
F. Push to lock the stabilising bar into
upright forward facing position.
Refer to illustration for location of
Upright Slot.
TODDLER USE FORWARD FACING
G. Position restraint in forward facing
mode and align restraint centrally to
the chosen seating position.
UPRIGHT MODE
Upright Slot
Push into UPRIGHT Slot to Lock
Push to lock the stabilising bar into
reclined forward facing position.
Refer to illustration for location of
Recline Slot.
OR RECLINED MODE
Recline Slot
Push into RECLINE Slot to Lock
DO NOT USE RESTRAINT IN FORWARDFACING POSITION WITH THE STABILISING BAR
EXTENDED OUT THE FRONT OF THE RESTRAINT.
Route Lap &
Sash portion
of seat belt
through the
Child Use seat
belt path
Some vehicle seat fabrics (particularly
velours) may be damaged by a child
restraint used continuously. We
recommend the use of a messy mat
or thick towel to keep the vehicle seat
in good condition.
H. Fully lengthen seat belt. Insert
seat belt into Child Use seat belt
path (identified by yellow marker),
ensuring that the seat belt is not
routed between the harness and
the back of the restraint, and that
the lap part of the seat belt is
below the hooks.
Sash Seat Belt
Ensure lap
part of seat
belt is below
the hooks
Hook
Lap Seat Belt
I. Engage seat belt buckle and tongue, ensure
to remove all slack from lap part of seat belt
by pulling sash belt. Adjust the seat belt to hold
the restraint firmly against the vehicle seat. For
inertia/retractable seat belts, allow excess belt to
feed back into retractor.
NOTE: Seat belt extenders should not be used if the seat belt is
not long enough to secure the child restraint. If they are used
then the buckle tongue must not enter the seating zone.
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HOW TO INSTALL
HOW TO INSTALL
TODDLER USE FORWARD FACING
TODDLER USE FORWARD FACING
J. Hook the attachment clip to the car's anchor fitting
as shown. Make sure to remove as many twists as
possible from the upper anchorage strap..
Attachment Clip (Hook)
Upper Anchorage
Adjustment Strap
Always attach the hook and remove slack
K. Tighten Adjustable Upper Anchorage Strap by
pulling adjustment strap to remove slack as shown,
but do not over-tighten causing the restraint base to
lift off the vehicle seat.
Car's Anchor
Fitting
Storage Band
Upper Anchorage
Pull to remove
Strap
Attachment
slack, then store
Clip
the strap as
shown on page 36
Car's Anchor
Fitting
Pull to
tighten belt
Press
Storage
Band
L. ALWAYS roll up excess strap tightly and store
behind the seat away from child’s reach using the
storage band.
Pull Adjustment
Strap to remove
slack
Forward facing seatbelt path
Ensure lap part of seat
belt is below the hooks
Yellow Marker Identifies
Roll up tightly so
the webbing is thick
enough to be held
in the storage band.
FORWARD-FACING BELT PATH
IMPORTANT: Always roll up the excess Upper Anchorage Strap and store behind the seat,
otherwise it may hang outside of the car door or could strangle a child.
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HOW TO USE
HOW TO USE
TODDLER USE FORWARD FACING
TODDLER USE FORWARD FACING
PLACING TODDLER IN THE RESTRAINT
A. Lengthen harness by lifting up Harness Adjuster
Lever while pulling on either shoulder strap until
the harness will accommodate the child. Store the
tongues on to the Buckle tongue holder on both sides
of the seat.
Tongue
C. Fit either harness tongue into the harness
buckle followed by the other tongue until
a click is heard. Should the second tongue
not insert press the red button and reinsert
the tongues. Ensure secure engagement by
pulling harness straps.
Pull to
lengthen
Buckle
Click
Lift Harness
Adjustment Lever
A
Buckle tongue holder
on both sides of the
seat. Push tongue
inwards to engage.
Pull to remove slack from
harness lap straps
D. Ensure all slack is removed from harness lap
straps by pulling shoulder straps the pull harness
adjustment strap to adjust harness to a comfortable
but firm fit. Check that the slack in straps is removed.
Shoulder Harness Straps must fit firmly to the child.
A loose harness could result in serious injury in a
crash.
Shoulder
Straps
Crotch
Straps
B. Place child in the restraint and feed each arm through
shoulder straps. Pull harness buckle up between
child’s legs.
Harness
Lap Straps
CAUTION: A LOOSE HARNESS IS DANGEROUS.
Do not use restraint if straps do not tighten and contact Customer
Service for repair (telephone number at the back of this book).
B
Pull to tighten
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HOW TO USE
CARE & MAINTENANCE
TODDLER USE FORWARD FACING
REMOVING CHILD FROM RESTRAINT
REGULAR CARE OF THIS RESTRAINT:
A. Press red button on Harness Buckle then both Harness Tongues will be released. Lift the shoulder
straps from the child’s shoulders and remove the child from the car. The seat is ready for use next time
although harness adjustments will be needed from time to time.
Please check the following items regularly to ensure the safety of your child:
A. Check the webbing for fraying.
B. Check that the buckle clicks and is not sluggish or sticky in operation.
C. Ensure there are no cracks in moulding or the plastic moulding.
D. Check the harness adjuster is operating and is clamping the webbing.
E. If any part of the restraint is cracked or broken, seek repair immediately or replace the child restraint.
TO REMOVE RESTRAINT FROM VEHICLE
A. Disengage seat belt tongue from buckle and remove
from restraint.
B. Release the stored strap and fully press Upper
Anchorage Strap Adjuster Button (1) while pulling
Upper Anchorage Strap (2) to slacken as shown right.
In some vehicles loosening of the Upper Anchorage
Strap may be difficult. If so, try pushing the restraint
against the vehicle seat back or slightly lifting the
restraint to release the tension.
C. Disengage Attachment Clip from Anchor Fitting. The
child restraint is now disconnected.
TO CLEAN HARNESS BUCKLE:
Fully press Adjuster Button (1)
while pulling Upper Anchorage
Strap (2) to lengthen.
1
2
Storage
Band
If sticky liquids such as baby formula, fruit juice, etc. get inside your
Harness Buckle, it may become sluggish. An indication of a sluggish
Harness Buckle is that you cannot hear a click when engaging the
Harness Tongues. To restore the Harness Buckle to good working
order it needs to be cleaned as follows:
A. From the underside of the restraint pull each crotch 3-bar slide
then turn 3-bar slide and push through each slot to remove the
Harness Buckle from the restraint.
Attachment Clip
Cover
Body
A
3- bar
slide
B. Place the Harness Buckle under warm (max. 40 degrees Celsius)
running water as shown. Let the water run through the mouth of
the buckle for five minutes.
Car's Anchor
Fitting
Press to
disengage
C. Engage and disengage the Harness Tongues and Buckles several
times until a strong audible click is heard.
B
D. If you still cannot hear a strong audible click after engaging the
Harness Tongues & Buckle, then repeat cleaning several times.
If the Harness Buckle cannot be returned to its original working
condition then contact Nursery Elegance.
C
Click
E. Refit the harness buckle to the restraint with the red button facing
out & feeding each 3-bar slide through appropriate slot.
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CARE & MAINTENANCE
CLEANING THE SEAT
Use only mild soap and water to clean all metal and plastic parts of the restraint. Do not use chemicals
or cleaning agents.
CARE & MAINTENANCE
A. Disengage Harness
Tongues from Harness
Crotch Buckle.
HOW TO CLEAN THE COVER
B. Disconnect shoulder harness
straps from metal strap connector
at the rear (page 30). Feed the
Shoulder & Lap Harness Straps
through the cover (page 31).
C. Unhook Elastic Loops.
The restraint has a flame retardant cover which is removable for cleaning. Cleaning instructions are on
the care label attached to the cover. When washing cover engage any hook & loop strips together to
eliminate other garments being caught.
The cover has been designed to protect your child when seated in the restraint. Care should be taken if
children either eat or drink while in the restraint as some food or drink products may cause damage or
marking to the cover.
Do not pull sticky items from covers as the cover may be damaged - soak in water and gently remove.
G. Peel cover
away from
shell.
Cross Bar
D. Release fabric
overhang.
TO REMOVE COVER
You do not have to remove the harness assembly from the restraint. However, you do need to disconnect
the shoulder harness straps from the metal strap connector at the back of the restraint (refer to page 30).
Then follow the sequence A to G on the following page to remove the cover.
IMPORTANT: ONLY USE SEAT COVERS AND ACCESSORIES THAT ARE DESIGNED
AND TESTED FOR USE WITH THIS PRODUCT AND RECOMMENDED BY NURSERY
ELEGANCE PTY LTD.
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F. Feed Crotch Buckle
through slot in cover.
E. Undo Plastic
Clips.
TO REFIT COVER
To replace cover refit in reverse sequence G to A. Remember which shoulder strap slots that you took
the shoulder straps from. Refer to pages 13 to 15 (Rearward facing) or page 30 to 32 (Forward Facing)
for full details of refitting the shoulder straps. Ensure that the harness strap passes over the cross bar for
rearward facing or under the cross bar for forward facing.
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ACCESSORIES & FEATURES
ACCESSORIES & FEATURES
The following instructions apply to accessories that may be supplied with this restraint at point of
purchase. If not, a variety of accessories are available from various retailers of Nursery Elegance.
In the case of a small baby, accessories are available to improve the installed position of the baby in the
restraint.
HEAD PILLOW (If supplied)
The Head Pillow is designed to provide extra comfort and head positing and is suitable in Rearward
facing only. Fitting may be by way of slots in the Head Pillow, These need to be used to ensure it stays in
position. See page 14 for strap connection instructions.
SHOULDER PADS (If supplied)
Shoulder Pads may be provided for extra comfort for
baby or child and are easily fitted to the shoulder
harness straps by:
A. At the rear of restraint remove the left hand
harness shoulder strap from metal strap
connector by slipping the strap through the
open slot.
B. Pull the shoulder strap through the
shoulder strap slot in the restraint and
cover, then feed through shoulder pad.
Padded
C. Refit the shoulder strap through the
Insert
shoulder strap slot in the restraint and
cover then re-attach to metal strap
connector. Ensure the path of the strap
Pocket
matches the right hand harness shoulder
strap. Repeat these steps to fit shoulder
pad to the right hand harness shoulder
strap.
D.Alternatively the shoulder pads may have press
studs for attachment.
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PADDED INSERT (If supplied)
The Baby Insert Pad is designed to snugly support the baby for extra comfort. Fit padded insert between
Harness straps and restraint as shown, ensuring insert is lined up or below shoulder straps.
Do not use the Padded Insert in forward facing mode (Toddler Use).
POCKETS (if fitted to the cover)
The pockets sewn on the trim are designed for your convenience. They can hold those necessary items
that you need at a moments notice. e.g Bottle, face washer, toy etc.
CAUTION: If using the pocket to store filled bottles, please ensure contents are not contaminated
due to prolonged storage.
Head
Pillow
Shoulder
Pads
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TRAVELLING TIPS
ACCESSORIES & FEATURES
SAFETY
CUP HOLDER (If supplied)
The cup holder can be fitted onto both sides of the
seat.
Raise the cover
here to expose
fixing slots.
A. Raise the cover and locate fixing slots in shell.
B. Clip cup holder into position, then re-fit cover.
Ensure the cup holder and its contents cannot be
crushed by the car door. Remove or reposition the
cup holder to the opposite side as required.
A
NOTE: Only use for holding cups and bottles.
Replace the
cover.
B
MESSY MAT™ SEAT PROTECTOR
(If supplied)
Place ribbed or pocket end of the Messy Mat™
seat protector on edge of car seat, smooth back
toward seat join (’A’) and fit in any excess Messy
Mat™ into the join of the car seat (’A’).
B
Short Messy Mat™ Long Messy Mat™
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CLOTHING/BATHING
Take several changes of clothing and bibs for possible car sickness. Disposable nappies and liners are
very handy while travelling. Since it is often warmer in the car, dress the baby in light clothing. When
cooler, it is easier to place a blanket over the baby than it is to remove the baby from the restraint and
change clothes.
FEEDING
CAUTION:
The pocket is only for small, light items. DO
NOT overload the pocket with heavy, bulky
items as this may damage the pocket or cause
passengers to trip over them
Never hold a baby in arms when riding in a motor vehicle. In this position the baby could be thrown
against the dashboard, windscreen or other occupant and suffer serious injury or death.
When riding in a motor vehicle never nurse a baby and use the same seat belt for both of you. In this
position the baby or child could be crushed.
Children must be secured in appropriate restraints at all times when the car is in motion. Children travelling
unrestrained and standing up in the car are in danger of serious injury or death. Traffic regulations in all
states require children to be secured in child restraints or adult seat belts where available.
Plan your trip with frequent comfort stops to reduce stress on babies, young children and driver. Keep the
car well ventilated to reduce heat stress. Two car windows should be kept open to maintain a good flow of
fresh air if air conditioning is not used.
Never leave babies or toddlers in a stationary car in the sun because of the risk of heat exhaustion.
Ensure babies and toddlers are adequately shaded from direct sunlight through side or rear windows.
Be on guard against carbon monoxide poisoning which can occur through only a slight leak in the exhaust
system while travelling in a closed car.
Securely stow all heavy objects, feeding bottles, etc. that could become missiles during an accident and
cause injury to any occupant.
A
A
Never breast feed a baby while car is in motion. Babies will require extra feeding if travelling in the heat.
For bottle fed babies, make up the bottles and refrigerate before leaving home for a day trip. Place in a
cool bag and reheat as needed with hot water from a thermos.
Alternatively, bring boiled water in a thermos and pre-measured amounts of baby formula in small
containers. Use the water from the thermos to mix with the formula when required. Regardless which
method is used, it is always a good plan to carry some boiled water in a sterile container or bottle.
Do not attempt to carry warm milk because germs multiply rapidly in warm milk.
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PRE-INSTALLATION ANCHOR FITTING
PRE-INSTALLATION ANCHOR FITTING
Extension Strap distance to be measured.
Length 300mm (Use Babylove part K304)
Length 600mm (Use Babylove part K305)
Available from all major child restraint retailers.
Consult the vehicle owner's handbook for location of anchorage fittings or anchorage points and the
possible use of spacers. Some vehicles may have an anchor fitting fitted by the vehicle manufacturer. If
anchorage points cannot be found refer to car manufacturer or local child restraint fitting station or traffic
authority for optimum position of anchorage point and the use of spacers.
UPPER ANCHORAGE STRAP
IMPORTANT:
Distance to measure
to the anchor point
THE ATTACHMENT CLIP COVER MUST ALWAYS BE USED AS IT PREVENTS THE RISK OF INCORRECT
FITMENT OF THE ATTACHMENT CLIP TO THE ANCHOR FITTING. ALWAYS ENSURE THAT THE
ATTACHMENT CLIP IS CORRECTLY ENGAGED TO THE ANCHOR FITTING AND NOT HOOKED OR FITTED
TO ANY OTHER OBJECT BEFORE EACH USE OF THE RESTRAINT. THIS IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT IN
VEHICLES SUCH AS STATION WAGONS, VANS, HATCH BACKS OR VEHICLES WITHOUT A FIXED PARCEL
SHELF, SINCE THE ANCHOR POINT IS USUALLY NOT VISIBLE.
Front of Vehicle
Anchorage Clip Cover
IMPORTANT INSTALLATION NOTE:
In some vehicles the anchor fitting in the rear vertical panel can only be installed in one way. Please refer
to vehicle owner's handbook or a child restraint fitting station for correct method.
Adjustable Upper
Anchorage Strap
Correct engagement of
attachment clip to anchor fitting.
The shaded areas of this diagram illustrate the possible locations of the anchor fitting. Within each
shaded area is an anchor fitting showing the correct way to install the fitting. Ensure the anchor fitting
is aligned as illustrated unless stated otherwise in the vehicle owner’s handbook.
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PRE-INSTALLATION ANCHOR FITTING
IF THE CAR IS FITTED WITH CHILD RESTRAINT
ANCHORAGE POINT
Locate the anchorage point behind the rear seating position.
(consult the car owners handbook for the location of the
anchorage point). The anchorage point should be directly
behind and central to the restraint. Remove thread plug from
the parcel shelf/floor/roof, etc. and install anchor bolt and
fitting as shown in Fig.1.
CAUTION: DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN ANCHOR BOLT.
OVERTIGHTENING MAY FRACTURE OR BREAK BOLT.
MAXIMUM TORQUE IS 20 N.M. (14.75 ft.lb.)
PRE-INSTALLATION ANCHOR FITTING
UPPER ANCHORAGE FITTING
Fig.1.
Attachment Bolt
Lock washer
For Sedans only - Drill 9mm diameter hole in the parcel
shelf on the centre line of the seating position as shown
in Fig.3. Before drilling the hole, check the underside for
accessibility. Install the anchor bolt as shown in Fig.2.
For vehicles other than Sedans - In Australia, consult your
nearest child restraint fitting station or traffic authority for
vehicle inspection to find the best, correct position for
the placement of the anchorage point, and for the correct
attachment bolt length and use of spacers. In New Zealand,
consult the agent for the vehicle.
Note to Queensland purchasers: The installation of
anchorage points must be approved by authorised officers
appointed by Queensland Transport. Authorised officers can
be sourced from all Queensland Transport Customer Service
and Queensland Ambulance Service Centres.
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Note: Marking on
the top of a Grade 5
Bolt.
Anchor fitting
Vehicle trim
Note: Minimum of five full turns of anchor bolt is required
before tightening force is applied.
IF THE CAR IS NOT FITTED WITH CHILD RESTRAINT
ANCHORAGE POINTS
ONLY USE A 5/16 UNC GRADE 5 BOLT. IF THE BOLT IS NOT
THE CORRECT LENGTH THE CAR MANUFACTURER’S HAND
BOOK CAN PROVIDE ADVICE ON THE CORRECT LENGTH
BOLT.
Spacer(s) if
required
Vehicle metal
structure
Front of Vehicle
UPPER ANCHORAGE
FITTINGS FOR SEDANS ONLY
Fig.2.
Attachment Bolt
Anchor fitting
Vehicle trim
Spacer(s) if
required
Vehicle metal
structure
Reinforcing
washer (cone
downwards)
Lock washer
Secure nut
CHILD RESTRAINTS MUST NOT BE ATTACHED TO UNSOUND
METAL OR TO WOOD, OR SYNTHETIC STRUCTURES. WHEN
DRILLING 9 MM HOLE DO NOT DRILL THROUGH FUEL
LINES, FUEL TANKS, ELECTRICAL WIRING, OR RADIO
SPEAKERS.
Front of Vehicle
200mm
min.
WEBBING STRAPS MUST BE PROTECTED FROM SHARP
CORNERS AND EDGES. THE ANCHOR FITTING MUST BE
USED ONLY AS DESCRIBED ABOVE. IT MUST NOT BE
HOOKED ONTO ANY OTHER OBJECT.
VEHICLE INSTALLATION ACCESSORIES
Fig.3.
Centre line of
seating position
(Available from retailers of Babylove products)
EXTRA ANCHOR KITS: Are available if using the restraint in
additional vehicles.
Re-order number: K402
EXTENSION STRAPS: May be required for vehicles without a
fixed parcel shelf.
Re-order number: K304 (length 300mm)
or K305 (length 600mm).
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IN CASE OF CRASH
NOTES
If your restraint has been involved in a severe crash, you should destroy the restraint even if no damage
is obvious. Some insurance companies offer vehicle insurance which covers or partially covers the
replacement of your child restraint. Contact your insurance company for further details.
Your insurance company may require you to keep the child restraint for assessment, but do not use the
child restraint after a severe crash.
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AUSTRALIA
Nursery Elegance Pty Ltd
A.B.N 84 122 443 387
Unit 10, 339 Williamstown Rd.
Port Melbourne, Victoria 3207.
Phone number: 1300 131 477
NEW ZEALAND
Phone number: 0508 688 822
www.nurseryelegance.com.au
info@nurseryelegance.com.au
We reserve the right to alter this product without notice in our constant endeavor for improvement.
©2007-2011 Nursery Elegance Pty. Ltd.
Babylove, EzySwitch Trademarks are the property of Nursery Elegance Pty Ltd.
This product is covered by Australian and Overseas patents and applications.
Patents Pending.
P/No. 2200617/A