Hi-Rider is a Booster Seat that is suitable for children aged between approximately 4 and 8 years old. Hi-Rider features an adjustable, locking headrest, enabling the seat to grow with your child. This child restraint uses the vehicles adult lap & sash belt and features a top tether strap for simple installation. Hi-Rider is the tallest Booster Seat on the Australian market.
Air Cocoon Technology™ (A.C.T)
Air Cocoon Technology™ (A.C.T.) enhances protection by dramatically reducing the impact forces during a crash. A.C.T. utilises a layer of air held within the entirety of the child restraint shell, offering an increased level of protection across the entire surface area of the restraint. Your child is quite literally cradled in a cocoon of air, offering a true 180 degrees of protection to your child's vital organs.
Exclusively at Big W
Model Number: CS6213H
Warranty: 12 Months (Cover) / Lifetime (Shell) – (Click for details)
- Forward Facing Booster from 4 to 8 years
Air Cocoon Technology™ (A.C.T.) integrated
- Adjustable, locking headrest
- Easy install belt path
- Width (Widest Point) – 44cm
- Height (Headrest Down) – 76cm
- Height (Headrest Up) – 86cm
- Depth (Seat Base) – 40cm
- Weight - 5.5kg
Approximate Shoulder Height Marker Locations
- Lower Marker (Start Use) – 38.5cm
- Upper Marker (Stop Use) – 56.5cm
1. When has my child outgrown the Hi-Rider?
When the Hi-Rider headrest is fully extended and the child's shoulders have reached the upper height market, the child has outgrown the Hi-Rider.
2. How do I adjust the Hi-Rider headrest?
There is a locking button on the front of the headrest. Press to unlock. Hi-Rider has 5 headrest height levels.
3. Does the Hi-Rider require a crotch-clip like other Booster Seats?
No, the Hi-Rider features an Anti-Submarining design which helps prevent children from serious abdominal injuries caused by the lap belt lifting and the child sliding under it in an impact. This is achieved by the arm rest's unique design which holds the lap belt form and secure across the child's lap, and the unique shape of the seat base, which compresses and minimises forward movement.