The world's first car seat with built-in AIRBAGS

New AxissFix Air


As a parent you always want to keep your child safe. Now, for the first time, you can keep them secure with Maxi-Cosi Air Safety technology® when they’re traveling. Built-in airbags make the AxissFix Air up to 55% safer* than any other forward-facing car seat.

It's what's inside that counts

 

Discover what 55% safer looks like

How it works


If your car has a front-on collision, the powerful forces involved can throw your child’s delicate head and neck forward. But with the AxissFix Air, the airbag activates immediately, inflating with cold air in fractions of a second and safely cushioning your child from harm. The integrated airbags give crucial protection to your child’s head and neck.

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Airbag protection where it matters most


With the AxissFix Air, you’ll have the confidence of knowing that your child car seat has a new level of unseen protection that kicks in when you need it most.

Air Safety technology®

The car seat is as streamlined, easy to use and comfortable for your child as other i-Size car seats by Maxi-Cosi. The only difference you’ll notice is the enhanced peace of mind that makes every moment of travelling with your little one a pleasure.


A new standard of car seat safety

The AxissFix Air combines:

  • Built-in airbag
  • i-Size safety
  • 360° swiveling seat
  • Rearward / forward facing
  • Lifetime warranty

    All this in a premium quality easy-to-use car seat from Maxi-Cosi. You can use it forward-facing or rear-facing (up to 87 cm) to suit your child’s stage of development.   

* Compared to other Maxi-Cosi forward facing car seats. 

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