Ickle Bubba introduces Stratus i-Size car seat

The new seat features the best in safety standards, and combines function, style and cushioned comfort.

Offering new and improved side impact protection, including pop-out panels and a supportive newborn lines, the Stratus i-Size car seat provides cushioned security from side-on collisions.

Weighing only 4.7kg, it’s light and portable for any journey and offers an integrated UPF 50+ sun protection hood to keep little ones in the shade when out and about, either through the car window, or on the go.

The Stratus is suitable for babies from birth, and can be used rearward facing until around 15 months-old, or 85cm, as well as coming with a padded newborn inlay, which can be removed as baby grows to provide more space for longer.

Following all safety requirements, it is compliant with the ECE-R129 safety standard and tested to the most recent standard (R129-03). The seat can be installed using the compatible ISOFIX base (sold separately) but can also be secured with car seat belts.

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