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THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY
BEFORE USE
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KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
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your new child seat!
Product Care
Safety Warnings
Features
Instructions
Product care
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
CLEANING & CARING
Group 0+
Check your car seat for cuts & bruises. If your product
is damaged in any way, or you’re not sure how to use
it, please consult our web support from where you can
access a local customer care team.
Suitable for birth to 13kg child.
THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND MUST
BE KEPT WITH THE SEAT FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE.
This product should be used rearward
facing until the child is too large for the seat
or exceeds 13kgs.
This product should never be used forward
facing.
Caring for your car seat
Unlike children, your car seat likes to stay clean.
Cleaning the fabric cover:
• Read the label on the removable cover for washing instructions.
• Hand wash in warm water only.
• DO NOT tumble dry.
• The fabric cover can be easily removed for washing.
1. Remove the harness by gently feeding it through from
the front to the back of the seat.
2. Next remove the crotch strap, including buckle, by
rotating it a quarter turn and feeding it out through the
seat shell. The cover should now be free of obstruction.
3. Remove the cover and hand wash it at 30ºC; dry flat away from direct heat.
4. To replace the cover follow the instructions above in
reverse.
Product care
Cleaning the harness, chest pads and seat:
• Sponge clean only. Use hand soap and warm water.
• DO NOT use solvents, harsh detergents or washing
up liquids as these may weaken the harness and
seat.
• Use only mild detegents.
• DO NOT lubricate or oil any part of the seat.
• DO NOT wring.
• Dry thoroughly before storage.
• Store in a well ventilated space, away from direct
sunlight which could damage or fade your product.
• Store in a safe place when it is not being used. Avoid
placing heavy objects on top of it.
• DO NOT allow to come into contact with corrosive
substances e.g. battery acid.
Cleaning the buckle
Food, drink, or other debris may collect inside the
harness buckle which can affect proper function. Wash in
warm water until clean. Be sure you can hear an audible
click to make sure the buckle is working properly.
IMPORTANT
Please read thoroughly before commencing
installation as an incorrect installation could be
dangerous.
• This is a “Universal” child restraint; it is approved
to ECE Regulation 44.04 for general use in
vehicles and will fit most, but not all, vehicle seats.
• A correct fit is likely if the vehicle manufacturer has
declared in the vehicle handbook that the vehicle
is capable of accepting a “Universal” child restraint
for this group.
• This child restraint has been declared “Universal”
under more stringent conditions than those
applied to earlier designs which do not carry this
notice.
• If in doubt, consult either phil&teds/Mountain
Buggy or the retailer.
Extreme Hazard
• Do not use in passenger seats equipped with
airbags.
The correct use and maintenance of your carseat will ensure it gives long and trouble free use. When somebody else
is using your car seat, ensure that they also know how to use it and especially the correct way to adjust it. The safety
of your child is your responsibility.
Safety Warnings
WARNINGS
• PLEASE READ THOROUGHLY BEFORE
COMMENCING INSTALLATION AS AN
INCORRECT INSTALLATION COULD BE
DANGEROUS.
• THIS CHILD SEAT SHOULD NEVER BE
USED ON A PASSENGER SEAT EQUIPPED
WITH AN AIRBAG.
• The child seat must only be installed in a rear
facing position.
• Important: Because of potential medical
issues inherent in low birth weight and
premature infants, always have a trained
professional doctor, or hospital staff member
assess the suitabillity of the child restraint
prior to leaving the hospital or using the child
restraint.
• Do not remove any labels on the child safety
seat. Important information is contained on
the labels.
• Do not modify the child safety seat in any way.
• Do not take apart or attempt to take apart
or attempt to take apart the child safety seat
except as instructed in this manual.
• Do not use the child safety seat with damaged
or missing parts.
• Do not use damaged or frayed harness straps
or vehicle belt.
• Never use this child safety seat without the car
seat cover.
• Do not replace the child seat cover or harness
with any other than the ones we recommend
as these parts are integral to the child safety
seat's performance.
• Never use this child restraint with any other
base except ones that the manufacturer
permits.
• Do not use a child safety seat that has been in
a crash. A crash can cause damage to the child
safety seat that you cannot see.
Safety Warnings
• Do not use a second-hand child seat or child
seat whose history you don't know.
• Always check the tightness of the restraint
and the harness before each use.
• Always make sure all vehicle belts and
harness straps are not twisted before each
use.
• Never leave the child in the child seat when
the harness straps are loose or undone.
• Never leave your child unattended even for a
short time.
• Do not leave your child in this restraint for an
extended period of time.
• Do not use this child seat on a vehicle
passenger seat fitted with an active airbag.
Death or serious injury can occur.
• Always install the child safety seat in a rearfacing position.
• Never install the child safety seat fowardfacing.
• Do not use on the vehicle seats that face
the sides or rear of the vehicle. Use the child
safety seat only on the vehicle seats that
face foward. According to accident statistics,
children are safer when properly restrained
in the rear seating positions than in the front
seating positions.
• Never use this child safety seat with 2 point
vehicle belts.
• Do not use in any configuration not shown in
the instructions.
• Do not use alternative routings not shown in
these instructions.
• Make sure that the child safety seat does
not become trapped by folding or moveable
passenger seat or in the door of your car.
• Make sure all folding passenger seats are
properly latched.
• Do make sure to properly secure any loose
objects, such as luggage or books, in your car
Safety Warnings
•
•
•
•
•
•
as they may cause injuries in the event of an
check surfaces before placing a child in the
accident.
child's seat. Seat cover may fade in direct
This child restraint should be securely belted
sunlight.
in the vehicle even when not in use. In a crash • Never place the car seat or infant carrier near
or sudden stop, an unsecured child safety seat
the edge of an elevated surface or on a soft
may injure other occupants.
surface such as a seat cushion or mattress.
All occupants of the vehicle should be correctly
The car seat of an infant carrier could fall off
restrained. Unrestrained passengers may
these surfaces and cause serious injury or
be thrown into other passengers and cause
death.
serious injury or death in a crash.
• Never use the child safety seat with a
Do not allow children to play with or adjust the
shopping cart.
child safety seat.
• Make sure the lap strap of the harness is
Always make sure the handle is properly
worn low down so that the infant pelvis is
locked in the upright carrying position before
firmly engaged.
carrying a child in the child seat.
Never take a child out of the child safety seat
when the vehicle is moving.
Cover the child safety seat when left in the
direct sunlight. Parts of a child safety seat may
become too hot for the child's skin. Always
Safety Warnings
CHECKLIST BEFORE USE
Inspect
• Only use this car seat rear facing
• Child restraint free of damage
Verify Child within Weight and Size Range
• Weight between birth and 13kg
• Height 74cm or less (top of head 2cm or more below top of shell)
Secure Child Properly in Child Restraint
• Correct shoulder strap height (at or slightly
below shoulders)
• Harness not twisted and low across hips
• Harness secure and tight
Install Child Restraint Rearward-facing in Safe
Location in Vehicle
• Vehicle seats that face front of vehicle only
• Handle locked in specified position (6a)
• Child facing rear of vehicle
• Position with NO active airbag
• 3 point (shoulder/lap) belt used
• Seat belt not twisted
• Belt path followed
• Tight against vehicle seat
Safety Warnings
On outer rear seat
YES
On centre rear seat with
3-point belt
YES
On a rearward-facing seat
NO
On seats facing sidewards
NO
On rear seat with lapbelt only
NO
Front seat with airbag off
YES
Safety Warnings
APPROVED SEAT BELT TYPES:
This car seat can only be fitted into the
passenger seat of a car with a lap and diagonal
seat belt and no air bag.
The car seat is only suitable if the vehicle is fitted
with 3-point static or 3-point retractor safety belt,
approved to UN/ECE Regulation No. 16 or
other equivalent standards.
Do not use on a
passenger seat
with an airbag.
Features
Features
01Handle
1
2
10
02
Head Support
03
Shoulder Pads
04
Infant Pads
3
05Harness
4
06Buckle
11
5
6
7
12
13
8
9
14
07
Adjuster Button
08
Crotch Pad
09
Adjuster Strap
10Canopy
11
Handle Release Button
12
Lap Belt Guide
13
Crotch Belt
14
Crotch Strap Slot
Features
Features
15
16
17
18
19
15
Shoulder Belt Guide
16
Harness Slot
17 Splitter Plate
18Shell
19 Adapter* (only for some models)
Instructions
1a
HARNESS POSITIONING
1a
Position the height of harness according to the child’s height. The harness straps should be level with the child’s shoulders. Do not use the child restraint
with the harness if the child’s shoulders are above the highest slots in the backrest or if the child’s
weight exceeds 13kg.
1b Put the two buckle clips together, then lock into the female buckle. (1b)
Tighten the straps until they are in contact with your child's body.
CAUTION!
The hip belt must lie as low as possible over your child's hips.
1b
Instructions
ADJUSTING THE HANDLE
2a There are 4 positions: In vehicle position (A), Carry position (A), Middle position (B,C), and Stationary position(D)
2a
2b To adjust, squeeze handle release buttons on both sides, then rotate the handle, The handle will lock
into position.
2c You should hear a click when the handle button
is engaged and handle is locked into the upright carrying position.
2b
2c
WARNING:
Always make sure the handle is securely locked in
the upright carrying position before carrying.
Instructions
ADJUSTING THE HARNESS
3a Adjust the shoulder straps height so they are level with, or just below child shoulders.
3b To adjust the height of shoulder straps, you need to take out the straps from the splitter plate located in the rear of the seat.
3a
3d Pull both straps through the shell and seat cover.
3b
3d
3c
3e
3e Thread the harness straps through the proper
harness slot. Make sure that both straps are even and not twisted. From the rear of the seat, secure the harness strap onto the splitter plate (3b). Pull to make sure the harness straps are firmly secured onto the splitter plate. Remember, shoulder
straps should be level with, or just below the child’s shoulders (3a).
Instructions
ADJUSTING THE CROTCH STRAP POSITION
The crotch strap adjusts to 2 positions to fit the child’s size. Only move crotch strap position to outer position when the child weighs more than 7kg. Typically this is when the harness is in middle slots.
4a
To move the crotch strap, locate the metal plate attached to the crotch strap under the child restraint (4a). Rotate the metal plate and push it through the shell and seat cover. Loosen harness adjuster strap if it is in the way.
4b
Locate the appropriate crotch strap slot and insert the
metal plate and crotch strap through the seat cover and shell (4b). Pull on harness buckle to make sure crotch strap is securely installed.
4a
4b
Instructions
SECURING THE CHILD IN CHILD RESTRAINT
5a Press the adjuster button on the front center of the seat and pull on both shoulder straps to loosen the harness.
5a
5b
5c
5b Press the red button on the buckle to release the
shoulder straps and move them to the side.
5c Place child’s bottom on the seat and the child’s back
flat against the back of the child restraint. This will increase the child’s comfort and allow the harness to properly secure the child. Slide shoulder straps over the child’s shoulders (5c). Make sure the harness is at or below the top of the child’s shoulders.
Instructions
5d Align the top and bottom buckle clips to form
one clip.
5e Insert into the buckle until you hear a “click”. Make sure the shoulder straps are not twisted. Adjust the shoulder pads over the centre of the child’s shoulders.
5d
5f
5e
Pull the harness adjustment strap until shoulder straps are tight against the child.
5g For proper tightness, one finger should fit between the
harness straps and the child’s shoulders.
To remove the child, loosen shoulder straps and release buckle.
5f
5g
Discontinue use when child’s weight is greater than 13kg, height is greater than 74cm or head is less than 2cm above the top of the shell.
Instructions
APPROVED USES OUTSIDE OF
THE VEHICLE
• ALWAYS secure the child with the harness when placing the child in the child restraint.
• ALWAYS make sure the handle is securely locked before using. For use as an infant carrier, place handle in carrying station (A in 2a). For rocking, place the child restraint on level ground, make sure handle is in carrier positions (A in 2a) and lock gently.
• For feeding and resting, place seat on secure and level surface away from the edge of elevated surfaces,
and put handle in the stationary position (D in 2a).
Instructions
6a
INSTALLATION IN THE VEHICLE
WITHOUT BASE
6a Place the child restraint rear-facing on the vehicle seat and make sure the handle is in specified position. The child will face the rear of the vehicle.
6b Route the vehicle lap belt through both lap belt guides and buckle the seat belt.
6b
6c
6d
6c Route the vehicle shoulder belt around the back of the child restraint and through the shoulder belt guide.
6d
If vehicle shoulder belt is too short, please move vehicle seat as far back as possible and lower the vehicle seat belt height adjustment to the lowest possible height. If the vehicle belt is still too short, try another authorised seating position.
Instructions
6e
Adjust the child restraint to the proper recline to ensure maximum protection for the child. A tightly rolled towel
under the front edge of the child restraint can be used to achieve the correct recline.
WARNING:
Do not route the vehicle belt using any other path when using the child seat. For assistance contact our Customer Service team.
6e
Do not use 2 point vehicle belt to install this child seat.
Only install the child restraint rear-facing on forward- facing vehicle seats.
Make sure the child is properly secured in the child restraint, and the child restraint is tightly installed in the vehicle.
Instructions
7a
7b
7c
7d
REMOVING THE CANOPY AND COVER
7a / 7b
On the side of canopy, pull the tab and detach the canopy frame.
7c / 7d
Pull out the cover from shell front.
Instructions
TRAVEL SYSTEMS
This child seat can be used as a travel system in
conjunction with selected strollers
Installing:
Having correctly attached an appropriate car seat adapter
(sold separately) to your stroller, test that the child seat is
fully attached by pulling the child seat up and forward; it
should not come free from the car seat adaptor.
Removing the child seat:
Red release levers are located on both sides of the child
seat, immediately above the connector points (as shown).
Lift up on both levers then lift the child seat off the stroller
using the carry handle.
Instructions
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