ADAC child seat test 2021: the best seats Many child seats exceed legal requirements

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In the spring 2021 child seat test, ADAC tested 26 models in the categories of safety, operation, ergonomics and pollutant content. He examined another 26 models in autumn 2021. These are the best child seats!

For the ADAC child seat test 2021, the testers checked 26 other models for the criteria of safety, operation, ergonomics and pollutant content in autumn. Models for all sizes and ages were put to the test. It is gratifying that many even exceed the legal requirements. 14 child seats were rated "good" and seven "satisfactory" in the test. The test winner in autumn 2021 is the Mima iZi Go Modular X1 i-Size + iZi Modular i-Size Base (555 euros) for children up to around one year, which received an overall grade of 1.7. They are followed by the Graco Snugessentials + Snugride i-Size Base (140 euros) for children up to around one year and the Maxi-Cosi Pebble 360 ​​(269 euros) + FamilyFix 360 Base (total 510 euros) for children up to around 1.5 years , each with a test grade of 1.8. Five seats were not recommended, including the Osann Oreo 360 II, which was rated "poor" due to excessive pollution. Prices are as of November 2021.

Baby seat (car)/child seat group 0/0+Note this when buying the baby seat

The ADAC child seat test 2021 (part 2) in video:

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Child seat test 2021 (Part 1 & 2): These are the best seats

In the first part of the child seat test 2021, ADAC tested 26 seats in different sizes in the spring. The result was generally positive. 18 models were rated "good" and three "satisfactory". This means that 21 child seats in the 2021 ADAC test exceeded the legal requirements. With an overall rating of 1.7, five child seats performed best: in the child seats category for children up to around one year, the Besafe Babyzen Yoyo iZi Go Modular X1 i-Size + iZi Modular i-Size Base (490 euros), the Maxi- Cosi Tinca + Tinca Base (330 euros) and the Besafe Stokke iZi Modular X1 i-Size + iZi Modular i-Size Base (520 euros). There are two other test winners in the category of child seats for children up to 1.5 years: Peg Perego Primo Viaggio Lounge + i-Size Base (420 euros) and Silver Cross Simplicity Plus + Simplifix Isofix Base (440 euros). Prices are as of May 2021. More on the topic: Everything about child seats group 1/2/3

Child seat group 0+/1 (with/without Isofix): TipsThe alternative to the baby seat

The ADAC child seat test 2021 (part 1) in video:

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ADAC child seat test 2021: The best Seats Many child seats exceed legal requirements

ADAC child seat test 2021

The examiners rated five seats in the ADAC child seat test 2021 with the grade "poor". The reason for the bad grade is the naphthalene contained in the cover fabric of the Besafe iZi Go Modular X1 i-Size (with and without iZi Modular i-Size Base) and the Swandoo Marie 2. This chemical compound is suspected of having carcinogenic effects. The poor rating of the Osann Oreo 360 is due to the plasticizer DPHP it contains, which can have a negative effect on the thyroid gland and hormone balance. The manufacturers Swandoo and Osann now offer an exchange of the polluted parts. A dangerous malfunction occurred in the Chicco Kiros i-Size + Kiros i-Size Base infant carrier during the frontal impact test. The shell detached from the Isofix base and flew forward almost unchecked. "The child is therefore exposed to a high risk of injury in the event of a serious accident," judged the ADAC in the 2021 child seat test and downgraded the baby seat accordingly. But Chicco has already reacted and is offering parents to exchange the Isofix station for an improved design.

Child seat group 1: Isofix/rotatable/from when to find the right child seat after the baby seat

Child seat models to buy

Here you will find a few of the child seats from the test as well as other recommendations for buying:

Affiliate LinkGRACO SnugEssentials i-Size81.49 €Buy on AmazonAffiliate LinkMaxi-Cosi Pebble Plus i-Size197.12 €207.85 €Buy on AmazonAffiliate LinkMaxi-Cosi Tinca i-Size109.99 €159.00 €-31%Buy on AmazonAffiliate LinkPeg Perego Primo Viaggio 360363.49 €Buy on AmazonAffiliate LinkKinderkraft child car seat SAFETY FIX89.99 €119.00 €-24%Buy on AmazonAffiliate LinkBRITAX RÖMER child seat 0-18 kg354.99 €429.90 €-17%Buy on Amazon

Booster seats according to ADAC test only emergency solution

In addition to the classic child seats, the ADAC also tested booster seats without back support. According to the ADAC verdict, however, they are only recommended "as a makeshift for slightly larger children" because they do not offer side impact protection. In addition, "belt and child are not optimally positioned," according to the ADAC. However, it is safer for the child to sit on a booster seat than not to secure it at all. When buying booster seats, ADAC experts recommend a plastic model. Polystyrene products are less stable and more likely to fail in an accident. The ADAC advises against simple booster seats without belt guides. Since 2017, simple booster seats have only been approved for children over 1.25 meters tall and weighing 22 kilograms due to safety deficits. Approvals for older seats remain valid.

Booster seat (car): Children/from when?/IsofixSafe on the go on a booster seat

ADAC test: Seats that grow with the child are problematic

According to the ADAC child seat test 2021, child seats that grow with the child are problematic with back support) should be replaced. The resulting compromises have an adverse effect on safety and handling, which resulted in the judgment "sufficient" for all four seats tested. Parents should therefore not only keep an eye on the cost savings, but also carefully weigh all the advantages and disadvantages, recommends the ADAC. If you only occasionally want to take different children of different ages with you (e.g. grandparents), a seat that grows with you can be a good alternative. According to the ADAC, there is a sufficient selection of safer products for children between the ages of around two and 12 years. The ADAC lists the following as disadvantages of growing seats:

Child seat group 2/3: Isofix/with sleep functionThese child seats grow with you

ADAC gives tips on buying a child seat

If you want to buy a child seat, the ADAC advises parents to find out about the current offer beforehand. The current child seat test 2021 can help here, but results from previous years can also be compared very well. In addition, one should under no circumstances buy a model without having tried it out with the child first. It is therefore important to drive up to the specialist retailer with your child and car. The testers also point out that child seats with semi-universal approval (e.g. models with a support leg) cannot be installed in every car. However, the corresponding products come with a type list that can be used to check whether the product can be used in your own vehicle. After all, child seats must be installed as tightly and securely as possible. In addition, parents should make sure that belts do not crease and run as straight as possible. In the case of baby carriers, it should be checked above all whether the belt length is sufficient to be able to buckle the seat securely. With booster seats with back support, it can happen that the belt does not roll up automatically when the child bends forward, according to the experts of the ADAC child seat test.

Child seat group 2: from when/(with/without) IsofixHow to find the right Group 2 seat

Autumn 2021: The results of the ADAC child seat test

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ADAC child seat test (autumn 2021)
Manufacturer/modelPriceApprovalNote
up to approx. 1 year
Mima iZi Go Modular X1 i-Size+ iZi Modular i-Size Base555 €40 - 75 cm
Graco Snugessentials+ Snugride i-Size Base 140 € 40 - 75 cm 1.8
Mima iZi Go Modular X1 i-Size326 €40 - 75 cm2.0
Graco Snugessentials80 €40 - 75 cm2.5
up to approx. 1.5 years
Maxi-Cosi Pebble 360€26940 - 83 cm1.8
Maxi-Cosi Pebble 360+ FamilyFix 360 Base510 €40 - 83 cm1.8
Britax Römer baby safe 3 i-Size 229 €40 - 83 cm2.1
Britax Römer baby safe 3 iSense280 €40 - 83 cm2.1
Britax Römer baby safe 3 i-Size+ Flex Base iSense440 €40 - 83 cm2.5
Britax Römer Baby-Safe 3 iSense+ Flex Base iSense490 €40 - 83 cm2.5
Hauck Select Baby160 €40 - 85 cm2.6
279 €40 - 85 cm2.8
up to approx. 4 years
Swandoo Marie 3540 €40 - 105 cm2.4
Avova Sperber-Fix i-Size40 - 105 cm2.6
Osann Oreo 360 II 269 ​​€40 - 105 cm5.3
up to approx. 12 years
Jané Groowy + Nest i-Size580 €40 - 150 cm3.2
Lettas Murphy (916)170 €up to 36 kg3.6
Nuna Tres LX400 €40 - 145 cm3.6
400 €up to 36 kg4.0
Chicco Seat4Fix Air 430 €up to 36 kg4.0
approx. 1 to 4 years
Cybex Sirona SX2 i-Size400 €61 - 105 cm2.1
Britax Römer Dualfix iSense+ Flex Base iSense530 €61 - 105 cm
approx. 1 to 12 years
ABC Design Aspen i-Size260 €76 - 150 cm2.8
Foppapedretti Isoplus249 €9 - 36 kg2.9
Jané Groowy430 €60 - 150 €3.1
approx. 4 to 12 years
Joie i-Trillo LX120 €100 - 150 € 2,1

Spring 2021: The results of the ADAC child seat test

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ADAC child seat -Test (Spring 2021)
Manufacturer/ModelPriceApprovalNote
up to approx. 1 year
Besafe Babyzen Yoyo iZi Go Modular X1 i-Size+ iZi Modular i-Size Base 490 €40 - 75 cm1.7
Maxi-Cosi Tinca+ Tinca Base 330 €45 - 75 cm1.7
Besafe Stokke iZi Go Modular X1 i-Size+ iZi Modular i-Size Base520 €40 - 75 cm1.7
Maxi -Cosi Tinca160 €45 - 75 cm1.8
Besafe Babyzen Yoyo iZi Go Modular X1 i-Size260 €40 - 75 cm2.0
Besafe Stokke iZi Go Modular X1 i-Size290 €40 - 75 cm2.0
Besafe iZi Go Modular X1 i-Size260 €40 - 75 cm5.5
Besafe iZi Go Modular X1 i-Size+ iZi Modular i-Size Base490 €40 - 75 cm5.5
up to approx. 1.5 years
Peg Perego Primo Viaggio Lounge+ i-Size Base420 €40 - 87 cm1.7
Silver Cross Simplicity Plus+ Simplifix Isofix Base-1.7
Maxi-Cosi Marble350 €< /td>40 - 85 cm1.8
Chicco Kiros i-Size300 €40 - 78 cm2.3
Silver Cross Simplicity Plus240 € -2,3
Peg Perego Primo Viaggio Lounge280 €40 - 87 cm2.4
Chicco Kiros i-Size+ Kiros i-Size Base420 € 40 - 78 cm5.5
up to approx. 4 years
Peg Prego Primo Viaggio 360440 €40 - 105 cm2.8
Osann Oreo 360°268 €40 - 105 cm4.6
Swandoo Marie 2 500 €40 - 105 cm4,6
up to approx. 6 years
Axkid One+800 €2,1
Axkid One700 €61 - 125 cm2.2
up to approx. 12 years
Cybex Solution S i- Fix220 €100 - 150 cm1.8
Joie i-Traver< /td>170 €100 - 150 cm1.9
Cybex Pallas G i-Size< /td>300 €76 - 150 cm2.0
Recaro Mako Elite 2230 €100 - 150 cm2.0
Recaro Tian Elite280 €-2.6
Britax Römer Advansafix M i-Size247 €76 - 150 cm2,

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