Car Seat Guide: Maxi-Cosi RodiFix Booster

If your child is over 3 years old and seems to be growing out of their current five-point harness convertible car seat, you may be ready to move them to a booster seat. The Maxi-Cosi RodiFix booster combines style, convenience, and unprecedented safety into one easy-to-use car seat for your older child.

The Maxi-Cosi RodiFix Booster is for children ages 3.5 to 12 years old who weigh between 30 and 120 pounds.

SAFETY FEATURES

Patented AirProtect Side Impact Protection

The Maxi-Cosi RodiFix will provide your child with the greatest side-impact protection available on the market today. In the event of a car crash, air cushions within the headrest and sides of this booster seat reduce the impact force, diverting it away from your child. Instead the impact is absorbed by the car seat. Brilliant! Not to mention that this is added cushion and comfort for your child on a daily basis.

IsoFix Rigid LATCH Connection

Unlike many booster car seats on the market today that rely solely on the vehicle’s shoulder belts to attach to the seat, the RodiFix is equipped with IsoFix anchorages on the bottom that slide out with the push of a button and easily attach to your vehicle’s LATCH anchor points. This provides a solid and permanent connection between the booster and seat, minimizing installation errors and improving overall stability and safety. If your vehicle is not equipped with LATCH, you can easily just use the safety belt to secure your child and the booster seat to the vehicle.

Easy Recline to Best Fit Your Vehicle Seat

By pressing in on the RodiFix’s side recline buttons, you can easily recline the car seat to match the angle of your vehicle seat. This ensures the safest installation for your vehicle.

Accurate Safety Belt Routing

The red safety belt guides on the Maxi-Cosi RodiFix make it easy to see where the belt is supposed to be for the safest fit on your child. The locking shoulder belt guides hold the seat belt in place at a position just above your child’s shoulder.

COMFORT & CONVENIENCE

Quick & Easy Installation

This Maxi-Cosi RodiFix booster could not be any easier to install. For the safest most secure installation, just slide out the IsoFix anchorages and push the car seat into your vehicle’s LATCH points. After that, the seat belt quickly clicks into the shoulder belt guide and you can easily buckle your child into the seat.

Check out this YouTube video to see firsthand just how easy it is to install the RodiFix Booster.

Lightweight

Going along with the ease of installation, this booster seat is extremely lightweight, making it a great option if you need to switch vehicles frequently.

‘Easy-Glide’ Belt Guides

The bright red belt guides coupled with the open hourglass design of the RodiFix makes it super easy for even those little hands to safely buckle themselves in.

One button adjustment of height and width

This really is the last car seat you will need for your child. By pushing the button on top of the headrest and pulling up, you can simultaneously expand the height and width of the RodiFix booster for children 30-120 pounds and up to 57″ tall. This also makes the RodiFix a great option if you plan on using it with multiple children of different sizes.

Removable and washable cover

Since this is a car seat you will have for many years, it’s a good thing the plush cover is easy to remove and wash! And it’s just as easy to get back on.

FEATURES WE LOVE

STYLE

While comfort and safety should be top priority in choosing a car seat for your child, beautiful design sure doesn’t hurt! The Maxi-Cosi RodiFix comes in a wide range of colors and styles to fit the look of your vehicle or the personality of your child.


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To see more from Maxi-Cosi, check out our feature on their awesome infant car seat: MAXI-COSI MICO AP.

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Ariel is a recently turned stay-at-home momma of three little ones to her high school sweetheart. When she isn’t busy playing with her young kiddos (or running around frantically), you can find her writing on her personal blog, Dreams To Do. Ariel is a lover of inspirational words, photography, coffee, reality TV, and of course, her family. You can connect with Ariel on Twitter and Facebook.

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    Jane

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    I know this review isn’t exactly recent, but I think it would be benificial to mention that no child should actually be in a booster at 3.5 years old. The bare minimum is 4 years and even then most kids aren’t ready for a booster until around age six.

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