Meet the new addition to the Maxi-Cosi family, Tinca!
Maxi-Cosi introduces Tinca RRP £139 to its Group 0 car seat range. Tinca is an affordable, lightweight i-Size infant carrier car seat that does not compromise on safety. Weighing in at just 3.2kg, Tinca is suitable for use from birth up to 12 months.
Safe and lightweight
Safety should not be taken lightly. But that doesn’t mean your car seat can’t be. Weighing only 3.2kg, Tinca has been designed for both safety and convenience for parent and baby. Complying with the i-Size (R129) car seat legislation, Tinca contains impact-absorbing materials within the seat offering increased car safety in the event of a side impact collision. Thanks to the comfortable inlay, parents have the peace of mind that their little one is in a cosy environment with optimum safety. Used with the FamilyFix² base RRP £169, Tinca can be used with ISOFIX installation for a simple click-and-go system on the move.
One for everyone
Want to go from car to pushchair in two simple clicks? No problem, Tinca is compatible with most Maxi-Cosi pushchairs. Whether in the car or on a walk, Tinca is the car seat for everyone. For parents, the lightweight design helps them to carry their little one to and from the car with ease. This makes it the perfect companion for those with bad backs or even mums who have had a c-section. It also boasts a newborn inlay with headrest cushion and a large UV protective sun canopy which makes it super comfortable for baby too.
Tinca at a glance:
- Lightweight design (3.2kg)
- i-Size (R129) safety
- Baby-hugg inlay specially designed for newborns
- Flexible travel system
- Outstanding side impact protection
- Install with ISOFIX or with a 3-point seat belt
- 3-point harness with one-pull tightening system
- Large integrated UV50+ sun canopy
Maxi-Cosi Tinca RRP £139 is available now in Essential Black, Essential Blue, Essential Graphite and Essential Red from all good nursery retailers. For more information log onto www.maxi-cosi.co.uk.
Added: Mon Sep 7 16:40 2020 (1 month ago)