Citi

Lightweight, basic infant carrier
From birth up to approx. 12 months
0-13 kg
Colour
Nomad Black
  • - Side Protection System
  • - Lightweight
  • - Flexible travel system
£ 99.00
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Product description

The Maxi-Cosi Citi is an excellent, long-lasting infant car seat. Lightweight, it is very easy to carry from home to the car and back. The Citi is equipped with the Side Protection System to ensure safe travel. It can be installed with the car seat belt. Because it clicks onto any Maxi-Cosi stroller, it offers the ease and comfort of using the flexible travel system.

The Citi is a long-lasting, belt installed infant carrier with lightweight features and an ergonomic handlebar for easy transport between the house and car. Equipped with a Side Protection System and a padded seat, the Citi ensures a safe and comfortable journey. Simply click onto any Maxi-Cosi pushchair to create a flexible travel system.

Why choose me

What's in the box
  • Citi, Sun canopy
Ease of use
  • Install the Citi with a 3-point car seat belt
  • Lightweight infant carrier with ergonomic handlebar for easy carrying
  • Cover can be removed from the car seat and is easy to wash and clean in the washing machine
  • Cover can be removed from the car seat with dismantling the integral harness
  • Can be used in an airplane (TUV certification) Comfort
  • Seat padding for a soft and comfortable position of the baby
  • Sun protection with the integrated sun canopy Safety
  • Side protection of the car seat ensures safe travel of the baby
  • Car seat is positioned rear facing in the car for optimal safe travel
  • 3-point safety harness
FAQs
Why do babies have to travel in a rear-facing position?
Babies have a large and heavy head compared to the rest of their body. In addition, their neck muscles are not yet fully developed. If the baby is transported in a forward-facing position, his or her head will be thrown forward in the event of a head-on collision. This can cause serious neck injury and may even be fatal. By placing the baby in a rear-facing position, the forces exerted during the crash will be distributed across the baby’s entire back.
Can I install the Citi on the front passenger seat?
Yes, you may install the Citi on the front passenger seat, but only if the airbag has been deactivated.
From what age can the support pillow be removed from the Maxi-Cosi car seat?
The support pillow provides your child with added comfort right after birth. There is no specific age at which the support pillow should be removed from the Maxi-Cosi car seat. This depends on the size of your child. Once you notice that your child is no longer lying comfortably because his or her head is lying on the ‘roll’, you can remove the support pillow from the Maxi-Cosi car seat.
When should my child switch from his/her first Maxi-Cosi baby car seat to the next car seat?
We recommend that your child remain in the first car seat, Group 0+ (0-13 months) i.e. facing backwards, as long as possible because this is the safest and usually the most comfortable position. As long as the back of your child's head is fully supported by the plastic shell, we recommend using the infant car seat. The length of the child’s legs is not an important factor here. It is extremely unwise to put a child into a larger, forward-facing car seat too early.
Can the Citi be used in an airplane?
Yes, the Citi can be used in an airplane. The seat has special certification for this purpose (TUV certifitcate).
Should the carrying handle on my Maxi-Cosi infant car seat be placed in an upright position when installed in the car?
The carrying handle is part of the safety concept of Maxi-Cosi infant car seats and must always be placed upright when driving. This also applies when used with the FamilyFix, EasyFix or Easybase 2 frame. Read the user manual for the car seat. Placing the carrying handle in the upright position protects the child in the event that the car seat rotates towards the back of the rear car seat. The carrying handle also protects against any large objects that might fly through the air near the child. Once the child is securely fastened in the harnesses, his or her head and arms will not hit the carrying handle in the event of an accident.