Maxi Cosi Axiss FAQ

Questions about the Maxi-Cosi Axiss Rotating Child Seat, the car seat that twists towards you.

Is my baby ready for a Maxi-Cosi Axiss Group 1 car seat?

There are a few signs that should help you determine if your child is ready to move from their current Group 0 car seat to the Maxi Cois Axiss Group One seat

  • Is he/she aged 9 months+
  • Does he/she weigh at least 9 kg
  • Can he/she sit up un-aided
  • Does his or her head reach the top of the Group 0 seat
  • Does he/she exceed the weight limits for the Group 0 car seat

Rear-facing seats do provide a greater protection for baby’s neck, head and spine so it is important to keep them in a Group 0 car seat until they have developed enough for a Group 1 seat. If you are not 100% sure, it’s advisable to get your child weighed by a health visitor and seek professional advice.

Can i download the Maxi Cosi Axiss fitting instructions?

Fitting Instructions & Operating Instructions (pdf)

Ive heard the Maxi Cosi Axiss referred to as a Bebe Confort Axiss what’s the difference?

The seats are the same, Safety 1st, Quinny, Cosco, Maxi-Cosi and Bebe Confort are all brands of the Dorel Family

Do you have a video showing the seat in action?

Visit the Demonstration Video page to view the full size video.

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