Rider - O-baby
In structions for use
NB: Keep these instructions
for future reference!
• Baby car seat category 0+
• Can be mounted on the following (with correct adapter):
o Tec range / Turbo range / Condor range / Zoom
o Cobra / Mamba
o Amigo / Primo
• From birth to approx. 15 months (0-13 kg)
Rocker function
Alternative belt guide
Central belt adjustment
Removable seat cover
Weight: 3.35 kg
Tested for conformity with ECE R44/04
Safety instructions
Read these instructions carefully before use and keep them for future reference. Failure to read these instructions may compromise the safety of
your child.
Care instructions
The materials used to manufacture our products comply with the AZO requirement, EN71-2 and EN71-3, and light fastness for textiles.
Nevertheless we advise you not to leave the product exposed to bright sunlight for any length of time. No claims may be made for wear and tear or
if the colours fade when exposed to strong sunlight. The fabric cover on the car seat is washable. The covers can be washed by hand or on a cold
cycle in the washing machine (mild detergent).
- The safety of the baby seat is only guaranteed by the manufacturer when the seat is used by the initial purchaser. It is therefore not advisable to
buy a second-hand seat.
- The baby car seat is no longer fit for use five years after purchase. It is possible, under certain circumstances, for the quality of the seat to be
imperceptibly affected if subject to very frequent usage.
- The baby seat is only for use in car seats which face the direction of travel.
- Fold-down car seats must be firmly clicked into place.
- If the baby seat is fitted to the passenger seat then the passenger seat must be pushed back as far as it will go.
- The baby seat may not be used on car seats which are fitted with an airbag. It might be possible to disable the airbag (ask your car dealer).
- The backrest of the passenger seat must be fully upright. If there is a head restraint fitted to the seat, it must be put into the lowest position.
- The baby seat must not be caught in the car door or in fold-down seats; no heavy objects may be placed on the baby seat.
- Never hold your baby on your lap when travelling in the car. The sheer force released in an accident will prevent you from holding on to your baby.
- Never put the seat belt around yourself and the baby.
- No modifications may be made to the baby seat and the straps.
- Make sure that the seat belt in the car is not damaged and is fully functional.
- All the straps designed to restrain the baby in the seat must be tightened. The straps holding the baby must be taut. Make sure that these straps
are not twisted.
- Never leave your baby in the baby seat for too long. Although the baby seat is extremely comfortable it is important for your baby to have regular
periods lying on its stomach. This is in the interests of healthy development.
- When not in use, the baby seat should not be left in the blazing sun, the residual heat from which might later cause unnecessary discomfort to
your baby.
- Do not neglect to use the baby seat on short journeys. These actually account for the majority of accidents.
- Never leave your child alone in the baby seat in the car.
- Set a good example and fasten your seat belt at all times.
- Never allow your baby to play with the seat belt fastening.
- Take short breaks on relatively long journeys so that your baby has the opportunity to spend some time outside the vehicle to recover from the
strain of travelling.
- Please read these instructions for use and installation through carefully and follow them strictly in the interests of your child’s safety.
- The baby seat is tested and approved for conformity with European safety standard ECE R44/04. It is suitable for babies from birth to
approximately 15 months (0-13 kg body weight).
- The safety of the baby seat can only be guaranteed if used correctly.
- The baby seat can be fastened with a three-point emergency locking retractor belt on the passenger seat or on the rear seats insofar as this belt
meets the requirements set out in ECE R16 or an equivalent standard. We recommend putting the baby seat on the rear seat.
- The baby seat may not be fastened with a lap belt.
- Even when unoccupied the baby seat should always be secured with the seat belts.
- An unsecured seat may injure the passengers in the event of an emergency stop or an accident.
- Babies have a natural urge to move and should therefore be strapped into the baby seat at all times, even when not in the car.
- Make sure that the seat does not get caught in the door of the vehicle or damaged by rotating car seats or by objects placed on the baby seat (e.g.
luggage), etc.
- Do not make any modifications to the baby seat. This could adversely affect the safety of the seat.
- The seat may sustain damage in an accident (even at low speed). Send the seat to us accompanied by an official accident report. We will then
check your baby seat and replace it if necessary.
- Before you buy the baby seat we recommend that you check whether it can be installed properly.
- Ensure that all items of luggage and objects which could injure passengers in the event of an accident or a sudden application of the brakes are
adequately secured.
1. “Risus” car seat
1. Seat
2. Padding on safety harness
3. Fastening on safety harness
4. Adjustment strap
5. Adjustable handle
6. Removable seat padding
7. Belt guide for three-point lap restraint
8. Release button for adjustable handle
9. Button for adjustment strap
1. Adjustable handle
2. Canopy
3. Belt guide for three-point chest strap
2. Strapping the baby in
- Open belt buckle by pressing the red button on the buckle.
- Lay your baby carefully in the seat.
- The baby must be fully upright in the seat. This is the most
comfortable position.
- Bring the ends of the two shoulder straps together until they
- Click the ends into the buckle.
- Tighten to fit by pulling on the loose end of the adjustment strap.
3. Adjusting the safety harness
The harness should be adjusted to the size of your baby. The
shoulder straps should pass through the openings in the seat at
about baby’s shoulder height. Choose the required height of the
shoulder straps and pull the straps through the opening in the seat.
Loosening: Press the button (1) for the adjustment strap on the front
and pull on both shoulder straps at the same time.
Tightening: Pull on the loose end of the adjustment strap (2) until
the harness is sufficiently tight. It is not necessary to press the
adjustment button.
Make sure that your baby is firmly and safely positioned in the seat
and that the belt holding the baby car seat in place is tightened. The
belts must not be twisted.
4. Securing the baby
baby seat in the car
NB: The baby seat may not be used on seats which are fitted with an
airbag. Disable the airbag if necessary.
- Always fit the baby seat facing against the direction of travel (1).
- Pull the lap restraint through the recesses provided (2).
- Click the end of the lap restraint in the buckle for the three-point
seat belt.
- Run the shoulder belt around the rear of the seat (3) and feed it
through the guide provided on the rear of the baby seat (4).
- Tighten the belt. Make sure that the belt is not twisted and that the
baby car seat is properly secured.
5. Adjusting the handle
The handle has four possible positions:
1. Travelling position
2. Carrying position
3. Rocking position
4. Sitting position
To adjust the handle, press the buttons on both sides of the handle.
Now you can adjust the handle. Make sure that the handle engages
in the chosen position.
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