User manual for BeSafe iZi Combi X4 ISOfix-GB

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USER MANUAL
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Rearward- & forward-facing
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Group 0+ - 1
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Weight 0-18 kg
Age 6m - 4y
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ECE R44 04
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Thank you for choosing BeSafe iZi Combi ISOfix
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BeSafe has developed this seat with great care, to protect your
child during the first phase of his or her life.
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•The harness straps must always be locked when the child is in
the seat.
•The harness straps must be tightened without slack and
not twisted.
•The seat cover contains magnets in the areas with the orange
indications. Magnets can influence electronic equipment such
as pacemakers.
•The floor support must always be used when it is installed
rearfacing. Make sure that the floor support is fully pushed
down. When installing forward-facing the floor support and the
front brace shall not be used.
•When installed with ISOfix: Make sure the indicators are green
before you drive.
•We recommend to use the seat as long as possible in the
rearfacing installation.
•We recommend that this seat is used only for children who can
sit upright, so not younger than 6 months.
•For children under 1 year and/or under 10 kg weight, we
recommend that the most reclined sitting position and the
body hugger and baby cushion (extra available accessory)
are used.
•Remove the baby cushion (extra available accessory) when the
child is older than 1 year.
•Remove the body hugger when the child is older than 2 years.
•When the child weighs over 18 kg or the shoulder height grows
above the highest position of the shoulder straps, the child
must change to a seat, suitable for children with a weight
above 18 kg.
•After an accident, the seat must be replaced. Although it may
look undamaged, if you were to have another accident, the seat
may not be able to protect your child as well as it should.
•Prevent the seat from becoming trapped or weighed down by
luggage, seats and/or slamming doors.
•Before every use, make sure the harness is not damaged
or twisted.
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!! It is important that you read this user manual BEFORE
installing your seat. Incorrect installation could
endanger your child.
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Contents
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Vital information
Preparing to install
Rearfacing ISOfix installation
Forward-facing belt installation
Positioning the child
Sleeping position
Removing and refitting the cover
Cleaning instructions
Warning: potential misuse
Important advice
Guarantee
Point of sale information
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!! Vital information
•It is NOT ALLOWED to mount the seat in a front
passenger seat WITH AN ACTIVATED AIRBAG.
•iZi Combi ISOfix can be installed rearfacing
with the ISOfix anchorage in a car equipped with ISOfix
anchorage points.
•iZi Combi ISOfix can be installed forward-facing with a
3-point car belt, approved to UN/ECE Regulation No. 16 or
other equivalent standards.
•iZi Combi ISOfix is approved in groups 0+ and 1, rearfacing
from 0-18 kg and group 1, forward-facing from 9-18 kg.
•Read the car list to find out whether your car model is
approved to use the seat.
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Rearward-facing: ISOfix installation
•Make sure you can fit no more than one finger between the
harness and your baby (1 cm).
•If in doubt, consult either the car seat manufacturer or
the retailer.
Preparing to install
Crucial parts
1.Adjustable head rest
2.Shoulder straps (2x)
3.Harness buckle
4.Body hugger
5.Front brace
6.Central adjuster
7.Reclining lever
8.Belt guiding hook
9.Ratchet for front brace
10.Cap ISOfix connector (2x)
11.Switch for ISOfix connectors (2x)
12.Wedge
13.Floor support
14.Height adjuster floor support
15.Floor support height indicator
16.Belt clamp (2x)
17.Release handle head rest
18.Floor support position indicator
19.ISOfix car anchorage (2x)
20.ISOfix insertion clips (2x) (bottom side)
21.ISOfix connectors (2x)
22.ISOfix indicators (2x)
23.ISOfix release button (2x)
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!! It is NOT ALLOWED to mount the seat in a front
passenger seat WITH AN ACTIVATED AIRBAG.
1.The seat can only be installed rearfacing in
vehicles equipped with ISOfix anchorage points.
2.Remove the wedge. (24)
3.When mounting in the back seat of the vehicle, push the front
seat of the vehicle forward as much as possible.
4.When mounting in the front seat of the vehicle, adjust the back
rest into an upright position.
5.Positioned in the front seat of the vehicle, you should position
the seat against the dashboard.
6.If it’s not possible to position the seat against the dashboard,
position the seat as far as possible from the dashboard.
7.Find the ISOfix anchorage points in the vehicle. (25)
8.If your vehicle is not equipped with ISOfix insertion clips insert
these to make installation easier. (26)
9.You can find the ISOfix insertion clips under the base of the
seat or delivered separately with the seat.
10.Install the front brace by sliding the two pins into the oval tube
under the front side of the seat. Move the front brace inwards
with the ratchet. The ratchet is used to adjust the front brace in
both directions. Slide the switch on the ratchet up or down to
change direction. (27)
11.Pull both ISOfix connectors as far out as possible, by pushing
the grey buttons on top of the base. (28)
12.Remove the caps from the ISOfix connectors by pressing down
the ISOfix release buttons. (29)
13.Click the installation clips on the ISOfix connectors. (30)
14.Fold down the floor support before you install the seat in your
vehicle. (31)
15.Place the seat sideways into the car with the front brace
towards you.
16.Turn the seat into the right position (with the front brace
against the back rest).
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Removing the seat
17.Click the ISOfix connectors in the ISOfix anchorage of the
vehicle. (32)
18.Remove the installation clips.
19.Make sure that all indicators on both sides are green. (33)
20.Push the seat towards the backrest of vehicle seat till the
frontbrace touches the backrest; the isofix arms slide in and
will click into a new position. (34)
21.Move the front brace outwards with the ratchet. Continue
tightening until the brace is pressed well into the back rest of
the vehicle seat. (35)
22.Adjust the floor support so it is in contact with the floor of
the vehicle. (36)
23.The height indicator of the floor support shows green when
the floor support is in contact with the floor. (37)
24.Positioned in the back seat of the vehicle, you should, if
possible, push the front seat of the vehicle backwards, so
that it is in contact with the child seat. If it is not possible to
obtain contact with the child seat, push the back rest of the
front seat of the vehicle forward as far as possible.
25.When you want to enlarge the available space for your
child, keep the isofix arms totally slided out without pushing
the seat towards the backrest, and tension the frontbrace
outwards with the rachet.
26.Make sure the floor support is fully pushed down, in contact
with the floor of the vehicle, and locked.
27.Make sure that all indicators on both sides are green.
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1.If the seat is installed in the back seat of the vehicle, push
the front seat of the vehicle forward as much as possible.
2.Move the front brace inwards with the ratchet. (38)
3.Release the ISOfix connectors by pressing the release
mechanism on the ISOfix connectors. (39)
4.Push the switch on each side and push the ISOfix connectors
into the base. (40)
5.Pull the seat back towards the front. Turn the seat so you can
easily remove the seat.
6.Remove the insertion clips from the vehicle. Place them
under the base of the child seat.
7.To remove the front brace from the metal tube, move the
front brace outwards with the rachet, until the lock button of
the front brace appears. Push the lock button down with a
small screw driver, while pulling the front brace out. (41)
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Forward-facing belt installation
1.When mounting in the back seat of the vehicle, push the
front seat of the vehicle forward as much as possible.
2.When mounting in the front seat of the vehicle, adjust the
back rest in an upright position.
3.Install the wedge on the bottom of the seat; position the
hooks in the hole. (42) Rotate the wedge until you hear
click. (43, 44)
4.Install the seat in forward facing position without front
brace and the floor support in folded up position.
5.Put the child seat on the seat of the vehicle. Unlock the belt
clamps. (45)
6.Release the release handle at the back of the head rest
and push the head rest down while keeping the head rest
upright. (46)
7.Pull the hip belt around the bottom base of the seat and
click the car belt in the buckle. (47)
8.Position the hip belt over the belt guiding hook. (48)
9.Put the shoulder belt through the belt clamps. Make sure
the belt is not twisted. (49)
10.Push the seat firmly into the car seat.
11.Tight installation is most important for forward facing seats.
Tension the belts as follows (49): Pull the shoulder belt
upwards (A). Have a firm grip on the shoulder belt in the
seat area B. Close the clamp on the inner side C. Pull upper
belt part on the door side and close clamp D. (50)
12.Adjust the belt guiding hook outwards with the ratchet.
Continue tightening until the seat is pressed well into the
back rest of the car seat. Push the head rest in the correct
position (refer to ‘Positioning of the child’ on 18). The seat is
now ready to use. (51)
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Removing the seat
1.Loosen the tension in the car belt by moving the belt guiding
hook inwards with the ratchet.
2.If the seat is installed in the back seat of the vehicle, push
the front seat of the vehicle forward as much as possible.
3.Unlock the belt clamps and unlock the car belt.
4.Remove the car belt and remove the seat from the vehicle.
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Positioning the child
1.Position of the shoulder straps: Check that the shoulder strap
slots are level with your child’s shoulders.
•too high (52)
•correct (53)
2.The height of the shoulder straps and the head rest can be
adjusted by pulling the release handle upwards at the back
of the head rest and pulling the head rest up or down while
keeping the head rest upright. (54)
3.Pull the shoulder straps up while pressing the button of the
central adjuster. (55)
4.Open the harness buckle.
5.Position the shoulder straps over the orange marking at
sides of the seat to keep the harness open while you position
the child. (56)
6.When the child is positioned, place the shoulder straps over
the child’s shoulders and close the buckle: CLICK! (57)
7.Pull the harness strap through the central adjuster in the
direction of the arrow straight up/forwards. Continue pulling
until the harness is a comfortable but firm fit. (58)
!! Make sure that the harness straps are always locked and
tightened when the child is in the seat.
Removing and refitting the cover
Removing the cover
•Do take care when you remove the cover, as fitting the cover
is done in reverse.
•Start taking off the lower seat part. (60)
•The cover of the head rest can be taken off separately by
disconnecting the hooks at the back and pulling off the
fabric towards the front.
Refit the cover
•Pull the head rest in the highest position. Replace the head rest
cover and reconnect the hooks at the back side. Pull the harness
straps through the holes. Connect the loose lower part of the
head rest fabric with the plastic part below the head rest.
•Refit the top part and then the shoulder parts. Refit the
seat part and bring the seat cover under the rear parts of
the sidewalls.
Cleaning instructions
•The cover of the seat must be washed according to the
instructions on the inside of the cover.
•DO NOT use any aggressive cleaning products; these may
harm the construction material of the seat.
Sleeping position
•The seat has 3 positions.
•By pulling the recline lever upwards, the seat can be
adjusted into another position. (59)
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!! Warning: potential misuse
Rearfacing
•It is NOT ALLOWED to mount the seat in a front
passenger seat WITH AN ACTIVATED AIRBAG.
•DO NOT use the seat without floor support.
•DO NOT use the seat without tightening the
front brace.
•Make sure the indicators are green before you drive.
Forward-facing
•DO NOT install the seat forward facing without using
the wedge.
•Install only with 3-point car belts, approved to UN/ECE
Regulation No. 16 or other equivalent standards. (61)
(shoulder belt (62), hip belt (63))
!! Important advice
•DO NOT attempt to dismantle, modify or add any part
to the seat. Warranty will be void if non-original parts or
accessories are used.
•DO NOT use anything, such as a cushion, to raise the child
seat off the passenger seat of the vehicle. In an accident the
seat will not be able to protect your child in the right way.
•Never leave your child unattended in the seat.
•Make sure all passengers are informed about how to release
your child in case of emergency.
•An empty child seat should always be fastened in
the vehicle.
•Make sure luggage or other objects are properly secured.
Unsecured luggage may cause severe injuries to children and
adults in case of accidents.
•Never use the seat without the cover. The cover is a
safety feature and may only be replaced by an original
BeSafe cover.
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•Under the cover we use EPS foam. Do not push or pull too
hard against the foam, as you may damage the foam.
•Do not use any aggressive cleaning products; these may
harm the construction material of the seat.
•BeSafe advises that child seats should not be bought or sold
second-hand.
•KEEP this user manual for later use with the seat.
•DO NOT use at home. It has not been designed for home use
and can only be used in a vehicle.
•When installed with ISOfix: Check the manufacturer’s vehicle
handbook.
Practical advice
When the child seat is mounted in the car check all the areas
where the child seat might touch the interior. We recommend
using a (BeSafe) protection cover in these places to avoid cuts,
marks or discolouration on the interior of the vehicle, especially in
vehicles with leather or wooden interior.
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Guarantee
•All BeSafe products are carefully designed, manufactured and
tested. All of our BeSafe child seats are tested periodically
out of our continuous production in our test laboratory.
Furthermore they are tested by independent test institutes.
•Should this product prove faulty within 24 months of purchase
due to materials or manufacturing fault, except covers
and harness straps, please return it to the original place
of purchase.
•The guarantee is only valid when you use your seat
appropriately and with care. Please contact your retailer, they
will decide if the seat will be returned to the manufacturer
for repair. Replacement or return cannot be claimed. The
guarantee does not get extended through repair.
•The guarantee expires: when there is no receipt, when defects
are caused by incorrect and improper use, when defects are
caused by abuse, misuse or negligence.
Point of sale information
Notice for REARFACING installation
•This is a semi-universal ISOfix Child Restraint System. It is
approved to regulation No. 44.04, series of amendments for
general use in vehicles fitted with ISOfix anchorage systems.
•It will fit cars with positions approved as ISOfix positions (as
detailed in the vehicle handbook), depending on category of
the child seat and of the fixture.
•The mass group and the ISOfix size class for which this
device is intended is: C.
•The seat is suitable for fixing into the seat positions of the
vehicles listed in the separate ‘car list’. Seat positions in other
vehicles may also be suitable to accept this child restraint. If
in doubt, consult either the child restraint manufacturer or
the retailer. For updated car list see: www.besafe.com.
Notice for FORWARD FACING installation
•When installed with a 3-point car belt: Only suitable if the
approved vehicles are fitted with 3-point car belts, approved
to UN/ECE Regulation No. 16 or other equivalent standards.
•We recommend to use the seat as long as possible in the
rearfacing installation.
Next car seat
•When the child has grown out of the seat, BeSafe
recommends to use the next seat for children above 18 kg.
up to a height of at least 135 cm.
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