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Cloud Q Car Seat by Cybex with SensorSafe, is the rear-facing infant carrier builds and improves on the strong tradition of previous CYBEX premium infant car seats, with a ground-breaking, ergonomic design offering a full-recline position outside of the car. 

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$400.00
Availability: In stock
SKU
47088
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lead-time 1-2 weeks

Cloud Q Car Seat by Cybex with SensorSafe, is the rear-facing infant carrier builds and improves on the strong tradition of previous CYBEX premium infant car seats, with a ground-breaking, ergonomic design offering a full-recline position outside of the car. The result is a perfect symbiosis of phenomenal protection and a new kind of travel system for outstanding safety inside and outside of the car. The Cloud Q rear-facing infant car seat easily converts to a full-recline position outside of the car. This innovative seat is complemented by a telescopic linear side-impact protection system, full-recline angle also inside the car, and an XXL canopy offering sun protection with UVP50+. The 11-position height-adjustable headrest of the infant car seat simultaneously changes the harness length and sitting angle. As a result, the infant car seat grows with the child.

  • ergonomic design with full-recline position outside of the car
  • removable newborn inlay for premature and very small babies
  • 11-position height-adjustable headrest with integrated harness guides
  • telescopic Linear Side-impact Protection (L.S.P. System)
  • integrated XXL foldaway sun canopy
  • travel system ready by adding CYBEX and other brand strollers
  • base included with load leg

The new models have the SensorSafe 2.0 technology integrated into the chest clip of the Cloud Q sends alerts to both a vehicle receiver and a smartphone. The alerts notify parents when the child has been accidentally left in the car, helping to avoid unthinkable tragedies. Alerts also sound when the child unbuckles themselves in a moving vehicle, when a child has been seated for too long, and when the back seat has become too warm or cool.

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