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Parts that form a child seat

Installing a CRS


These parts are what differentiate one model from another for different reasons, for example depending on the group from which the seat belongs, the regulations under which it has been approved and the intrinsic design of the seat.

Essentially we can divide the seats into eight different parts, which are: base, fixing anchors, seat, backrest, headrest, head wings (lateral protectors), fixing and cover. Each one of these has a vital role within the seat and so we have developed the following infographia where you can understand at a glance, what each one of them is and their function.


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