The Rover is a forward facing child restraint. Use the in-built harness from approximately 6 months through to 4 years old. After this, it converts into a booster seat with the lap sash seatbelt once the child reaches the middle marker.
Rover is one of the top rated forward facing restraints on CREP. Its slimmer than it’s predecessor at 47.5cm, and features new innovations in safety, comfort and ergonomics.
Innovative Shell Design
The redesigned shell incorporates a new ergonomic shape for extra comfort. It maintains a super strong blow moulded construction, larger belt path access, and our unique anti-submarining technology. This means it’s the safest, comfiest convertible booster seat we’ve ever created.
In a frontal accident, the unique ‘pommel’ design of the seat base, and the air-bag-like blow moulded construction acts in a similar way to the front seats of your car. The sloped surface results in a larger downward force, rather than lateral. It decelerates the child and results in reduced forward movement and submarining. In booster seat mode, the anti-submarine designed arm rests work in tandem with the new base. It keeps the lap belt down across your child’s lap.
Additionally, our exclusive under-the-seat belt path reduces the forward movement of the seat in a frontal accident. The new larger access areas under the arm rests make installation easier than ever before. The Rover also features a recline position for extra comfort for your most precious cargo.
Air Cocoon Technology (A.C.T)
The Rover features Air Cocoon Technology™ (A.C.T.). This enhances side impact protection through blow moulding design, which dramatically reduces the impact forces during a crash. The Rover’s high blow moulded backrest and large side wings act like airbags, which greatly reduces the forces on a child’s head and body in a side impact accident.
The Rover also comes with an adjustable, removable headrest pad, shoulder strap pads and crotch buckle pad.