manual - The Warehouse

manual - The Warehouse
ebony
car seat
suitable for newborn 18 kilograms
group 0 + I
instruction
manual
IMPORTANT: KEEP THIS BOOKLET IN THE
PLACE PROVIDED ON THE CHILD RESTRAINT.
Illustrations and designs may vary.
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Safety
Please read this user guide carefully before install the child seat and for future
reference.
This child seat suitable children from new-born to 13 kg (Group 0+) and from
9kg to 18kg (Group 1).
Please read this instruction carefully otherwise incorrect installation may cause
serious injury. In this case, the manufacturer will not take any responsibility.
Only suitable for use in the listed vehicles fitted with 3 point safety-belts,
approved to ECE Regulation No. 16 or other equivalent standards.
The rigid items and plastic parts of a child restraint must be so located and
installed that they are not liable, during everyday use of the vehicle, to become
trapped by a movable seat or in a door of the vehicle.
Any straps holding the restraint to the vehicle should be tight, any straps
restraining the child should be adjusted to the child's body, and straps should not be
twisted.
The importance of ensuring that any lap strap is worn low down, so that the
pelvis is firmly engaged, shall be stressed.
The device should be changed when it has been subject to violent stresses in an
accident.
A general warning shall be given to the user concerning the danger of making
any alterations or additions to the device without the approval of the competent
authority, and a danger of not following closely the installation instructions
provided by the child restraint manufacturer.
When the chair is not provided with a textile cover, the chair should be kept
away from sunlight, otherwise it may be too hot for the child’s skin.
Do not leave any child in a child restraint system unattended.
Any luggage or other objects liable to cause injuries in the event of a collision
shall be properly secured.
The child restraint must not be used without the cover.
The seat cover should not be replaced with any other than the one
recommended by the manufacturer, because the cover constitutes an integral part of
the restraint performance.
Seat and harness assemblies which get damaged or become worn must be
replaced.
Make sure the harness buckle is completely locked. In the event of an
emergency, the child can be released quickly.
If there were no child placed in the child seat, the child seat still should be
fastened by the vehicle safety belt.
There shall be provisions made so that the instructions can be retained on the
child restraint for its life period.
Do not use any load bearing contact points other than those described in the
instructions and marked in the child restraint.
If you have any question about the using and installation of the child seat.
Please contact our service hotline.
The manufacturer guarantee the quality of the products. But not for second
hand products.
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Features
Warning label
Backrest
use
Shoulder strap slots
GROWMATE
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Shoulder pad
Harness
Buckle release button
Buckle
Recline position
label
Adjuster
Seat base
Lap belt
routing slot
Adjuster strap
Red handle
Shoulder belt
routing slot
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Shoulder belt
routing slot
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Lap belt
routing slot
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Hook
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Recline position
indicator
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Suitability
The Ebony car seat is certified to ECE R44/04 as a child safety
seat for age groups 0+ and I.
To make sure your child has optimum protection at any age,
the Ebony car seat has two different installation options:
Child restraint system
Ebony car seat
Group
Mass of child
Group 0+
From newborn to 13 kg
Group I
From 9 kg to 18 kg
Rearward facing for newborn babies
(from newborn to 13kg)
Forward facing for children
(from 9kg to 18kg)
IRBA
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For Group 0+
WARNING!
DO NOT place rear-facing child seat on front seat
with airbag
DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY can occur
Only suitable if the approved
vehicles are fitted with 3 point
safety-belts, approved to UN/ECE
Regulation No. 16 or other
equivalent standards.
DO NOT place rear-facing
child seat on front seat with airbag.
Incorrect fitting/Not suitable
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For Group I
IMPORTANT - DO NOT USE FORWARD FACING BEFORE
THE CHILD'S WEIGHT EXCEEDS 9 KG.
Only suitable if the approved
vehicles are fitted with 3 point
safety-belts, approved to UN/ECE
Regulation No. 16 or other
equivalent standards.
If there is a front airbag: slide
passenger seat back all the way or
nearly so, observe any instructions
in vehicle owner's manual.
Incorrect fitting/Not suitable
How to recline the seat
For use with group I, hold the red handle
and slide the seat backrest to the preferred
recline position, then loosen the red handle
and hear a “click”. Check the recline position
indicator lies on the RED position.
For use with group 0+, hold the red
handle and lift the front of the backrest, than
loosen the handle and hear a “click”. Check
the recline position indicator lies on the BLUE
position.
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Installing your child into the child seat
Check the height of the
shoulder strap. If it is unsuitable,
you should adjust the strap’s height.
Press the adjuster and at the
same time pull out the harness,
Release the buckle by sliding the
red button downwards.
Place your child in the seat and
check the height of the shoulder
straps for correct positioning. The
shoulder straps must be threaded
through the slots in the cover and
seat shell that are closest to the top
of your child’s shoulders.
To adjust the height of the
shoulder straps, release the hook,
take out the harness straps from it.
Pull the straps through to the front
of the seat.
Thread the shoulder straps through
the same height slots in the seat cover
and shell, make sure the straps are not
twisted and both straps are at the same
height. Attach the shoulder straps
securely to the hook and fasten the
shoulder strap cords.
Important: You must ensure
the shoulder straps are not twisted.
With the harness open, place
your child into the child seat. Place
the shoulder straps over your child’s
shoulders. Fasten the buckle by
bringing together the two prongs of
the harness strap and push into the
buckle until you hear a click, restrain
child by pulling the adjuster strap.
GROWMATE
Click
PULL
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Installing your child seat - Rearward Facing
IR B A
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For use with Group 0+ - From birth to approx. 18 months (13kg).
WARNING!
DO NOT place rear-facing child seat on front
seat with airbag,
DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY can occur
Click
The seat must be fully reclined
when rearward facing.
Place the child seat centrally
onto the passenger seat. The front
of the child seat must be pushed
firmly against the back of the
vehicle seat. Pull off approximately
a metre of lap and diagonal belt and
route the two belts as follows:
Lap section: Thread the lap
section under the seat pull it
through the lap belt routing slot and
into in the belt pathway as shown.
Diagonal section: Pull the
diagonal section through the slot at
the back of the seat and wrap it
around the back of the seat.
Insert the lap and diagonal belt
into the seat belt buckle. You will
hear a click when it is correctly
inserted. Pull the lap and diagonal
seat belt tightly.
Caution! Do not twist the belt.
Finally check that the seat is
firm and secure. If it is wobbly or
slack, you must tighten both belts
again until the seat is secure.
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Installing your child seat - Forward Facing
For use with Group I - from approx. 9 months to 4 years (9-18kg).
IMPORTANT - DO NOT USE FORWARD FACING BEFORE
THE CHILD'S WEIGHT EXCEEDS 9 KG
GROWM
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PULL
GROW
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To secure your child seat by
default forward facing using the 3point belt of your vehicle proceed
as follows:
Place the child seat forward
facing on the vehicle seat.
Pull out the vehicle 3-point belt
and through one of the side opening
(depends on which side of the car
you want to install the seat) and
ensure the buckle tongues engage
in the vehicle seat buckle. You will
hear an audible CLICK!
Tip! Of course, you can also
use the child seat in the reclined
position.
Use your knee to press the child
seat into the vehicle seat. Pull firmly
on the diagonal seat belt section.
Caution! Do not twist the belt.
Finally check that the seat is
firm and secure. If it is wobbly or
slack, you must tighten both belts
again until the seat is secure.
Removing the child safety seat from vehicle
Release the vehicle seat buckle. Remove the vehicle diagonal belt
section from the belt routing slot. Remove the vehicle lap belt from the
belt routing slot. Remove the child safety seat from vehicle.
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Cleaning & Maintenance
G R O W M AT E
To remove the cover for cleaning, you should loosen the harness
straps as far as possible, release the harness buckle, and take out
the harness straps from the hook. Put the straps through to the front
of the seat. Carefully pull up the cover from the backrest.
IMPORTANT - The cover is a safety feature. NEVER use the
child seat without it. Don’t put your child’s safety at risk by using
other makes of replacement cover, they could stop the child seat
from protecting your child as well as it should.
Washing instruction:
The cover is removable and washable at 30ºC. Line dry only.
30℃
Machine wash, Cold
P
Compatible with
any dry-cleaning
mothods
Do not Bleach
Do not Tumble Dry
Do not Iron
NOTICE
This is a “Universal” child restraint . It is approved to Regulation
No. 44,04 series of amendments, for general use in vehicles and it
will fit most, but not all, car 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 age group.
This child restraint has been classified as “Universal” under more
stringent conditions than those which applied to earlier designs
which do not carry this notice.
If in doubt, consult either the child restraint manufacturer or the
retailer.
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Email: customerservice@igc.co.nz
Phone: 0800 628 000 (toll free)
Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday to Friday
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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