Axkid Announces the Launch of Axkid Modukid Car Seat System
Axkid is excited to announce the launch of their first i-Size car seat system: Axkid Modukid, suitable for children from 0-4 years. The innovative car seat system consists of the Axkid Modukid Base, Axkid Modukid Infant, and the Axkid Modukid Seat.
By: Axkid AB
Axkid's rear-facing car seat family enables new-born and children up to six years to travel in the safest possible manner. Axkid Modukid Car Seat System, the new addition to the Axkid family meets the UN standard R129 (i-Size) and adapts to all stages of your growing child. It allows rear-facing travelling for the longest time possible in an i-Size approved car seat, the maximum weight of 18kg.
Axkid Modukid Infant is one of the lightest rear-facing baby car seats in the market, with a weight of 3.7 kg. It is compatible with Axkid Life and with most of all strollers on the market.
The Axkid Modukid Seat is installed on the Axkid Modukid Base that allows maximum security on the installation whilst enabling compact or extended legroom for the child due to the adjustable front-brace. It is equipped with three reclining positions for ultimate comfort for your child that can be adjusted when the child is in the car seat
Both Axkid Modukid Infant and Axkid Modukid Seat are equipped with Axkid side impact protection – ASIP for extended safety for your baby and child.
Axkid is a modern Swedish company with substantial experience in developing and manufacturing rear-facing car seats. Axkid has a product line that covers the need of children from 0-36 kg, from the first infant carrier to the final booster cushion.
Axkid Modukid Base 199EUR, Axkid Modukid Infant 199EUR, Axkid Modukid Seat 349EUR
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Children have fragile, flexible and poorly developed neck muscles. When a child is forward facing, and a frontal collision occurs the child's head is flung forward in the seat. This will cause an enormous amount of stress in the neck. A child's neck and spine are vulnerable because their spines are still soft and not solidified like an adult.