The convenient safety expert
Salia 125 is the safe companion on the road and impresses with a long usage period from birth to 7 years. It can be used both forward and rearward facing. Nothing prevents a pleasant ride, thanks to the comfortable foam and the removable, cosy newborn inlay for the smallest travellers. But we have also thought of the parents in terms of comfort. Thanks to the 360-degree rotation, the child can be put in and taken out of the seat in an ergonomic way. We got your back!
LONG USAGE PERIOD
360 DEGREE ROTATION
ADVANCED SIDE PROTECTION (ASP)
AIR VENTILATION SYSTEM
INDIVIDUAL RECLINE POSITION
In the event of a collision, the energy is diverted through the shell and absorbed there.
Patented HERO safety system
Children from 40 – 105 cm can be simply and quickly strapped in using the patented HERO safety system. A single unit comprising shoulder pads, shoulder straps and headrest prevents the harness from twisting and slipping and simplifies the secure and easy fastening process.
Height-adjustable headrest with integrated 5-point harness system
Simple adjustment gives the growing child an ergonomic sitting position, fastened into the seat securely and simply with our intuitive, central harness adjuster and HERO harness guide (40 – 105 cm).
Comfort seating foam
The foam adapts to your child’s body shape perfectly and provides the highest level of comfort.
Belt guide markings
The green belt guide markings help ensure correct installation.
Flat side bolsters make it easy for the parents to place their child in the child seat.
Integrated harness storage
Easy conversion to the next level thanks to integrated belt storage space without having to remove the belt system.
UN R129/03 (i-Size)
External dimensions (W/D/H):
44 / 49 / 61 cm
Birth - 105 cm (recommended)
Forward facing transport:
from 15 months and min. 76 cm
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