All BeSafe car seats participating in the test performed extremely well in terms of safety, particularly in the tough side collision tests. So what do they all have in common? Our newest innovation SIP+, Side Impact Protection+.
SIP+ – reduces the load and increases safety
Side Impact Protection + (SIP+) is BeSafe’s newest innovation, developed to protect your child even better in the event of a side collision. SIP+ is made of an energy-absorbing material which reduces the load on the child’s head and neck by up to an additional 20%. This innovation together with the overall seats’ construction is the reason for the outstanding crash test performances like the safety score of 1.1 for the iZi Kid X2 i-Size – that is what we call a test winning gene!
Your child’s safety is our top priority
BeSafe always develops its products with extremely high safety demands, and therefore constantly produces car seats with even higher safety standards than required by regulations. This is the reason for why we were one of the first manufacturers to launch an i-Size approved car seat and why we launched the world’s first Plus Test and i-Size approved car seat – the iZi Kid X1 i-Size.
We are continuously striving to improve our products even further to provide the highest safety for your child during the car journey. Our own research and test runs on our seats showed that improvements in terms of side impact protection were possible – so we improved! Just a few months later, the new version – the iZi Kid X2 i-Size – was released, now featuring the unique innovation SIP+.
iZi Combi X4 ISOfix – a car seat made of test winning genes!
This autumn we are launching our updated iZi Combi X4 ISOfix, which is now delivered with SIP+ and is thus made of true test winning genes. It is now essentially the same seat as the test-winning iZi Kid X2 i-Size when installed rear facing, offering maximum protection, highest comfort and usability. The only difference between the two seats is that the iZi Combi X4 ISOfix can also be installed forward facing, adapted for the market requirements outside of Scandinavia. BeSafe recommends that children travel rear facing for as long as possible, at least until the age of four.