Cloud Q rear-facing infant car seat
Luxury Travel redefined
The Cloud Q is the latest innovative result of our ongoing research. The rear-facing infant car seat builds and improves on the strong tradition of previous CYBEX premium infant car seats, with a ground-breaking, ergonomic design offering a near-flat 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.
- Ergonomic design with near-flat 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
Thanks to a ground-breaking ergonomic design, the Cloud Q rear-facing infant car seat easily converts to a near-flat recline position outside of the car. This innovative seat is complemented by a telescopic linear side-impact protection system, near-flat recline angle also inside the car, and an XXL canopy offering sun protection with UPF50+. 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 near-flat recline position outside of the car
An innovative new function of the Cloud Q is that it easily converts to a near-flat recline position outside of the car. With a longer leg-rest and recline position, the baby can lie comfortably and in an ergonomically correct position.
The angle can be adjusted easily with one hand without having to take the child out of the seat, and the handle remains in the carrying position for easier mobility. In combination with the CYBEX strollers, the Cloud Q can be used as a visually harmonious travel system. Thanks to the ergonomic design with near-flat recline position, the infant car seat transforms into a practical and clever carry cot for the first months. Sleeping babies rest with optimal protection and in an ergonomically correct position.
Removable newborn inlay
For a near flat and ideal lying position
One of the biggest challenges for safety engineers is the best possible transportation of premature babies and very small newborns, whose neck muscles and reflexes are not yet well developed. Unfortunately, this can lead to the baby's head tipping forward while it sleeps, which can lead to serious breathing problems.
Along with doctors and midwives, and taking into account numerous test results, we developed a function that enables a near-flat recline angle between head, neck and chest, which helps to significantly reduce the risk of suffocation. This is achieved through a removable seat inlay, which can also be removed to offer more space and comfort for bigger children.
Telescopic L.S.P. System
Telescopic Linear Side-impact Protection
The telescopic Linear Side-impact Protection (L.S.P. System) and energy-absorbing shell both help to absorb force in the event of a side-impact collision.
The telescopic Linear Side-impact Protection can be easily and individually adjusted. The very first forces of a side-impact collision are transferred by the extended side protectors facing the door and are distributed throughout the car seat's shell. The flexible material and structure of the infant car seat then absorbs the forces of an impact and channels them away from the baby.
11-position height-adjustable headrest
For perfect protection that grows with the child
In combination with the telescopic Linear Side-impact Protection System the height-adjustable headrest adds to the excellent side-impact protection of the Cloud Q infant car seat.
With the new 11-position height-adjustable headrest with integrated harness guide, the length of the harness changes automatically when the headrest is adjusted. This prevents any need for the difficult rethreading of the harness and makes it almost impossible to misuse.
Matching integrated XXL fold-away sun canopy
Perfect sun and wind protection with UPF50+
For maximum protection of baby's skin, the matching XXL fold-away sun canopy fulfills the stringent UPF50+ sun protection standard.
The integrated, XXL fold-away sun canopy is designed to elegantly disappear behind a color-coordinated visor. It can also be extended incrementally, offering not only perfect sun protection, but also protection against wind.
With the CYBEX PRIAM, CYBEX strollers and other brand strollers
Absorbs the forces of an impact and protectively covers the baby
With soft belt and crotch pads
length / width / height: 670, 440, 395-565 mm
Weight: 5,8 kg
Fabric covers machine washable at 30°
Engineered and designed in Germany
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Can I use this seat on a flight?
No, this seat is not approved for use on an airplane.
- Is it ok to keep using a seat after an accident?
We at CYBEX strongly recommend that you replace a seat after any kind of accident. This is because tiny hairline cracks, which may not be visible to the naked eye, can appear in the plastic parts of a seat after an accident. These cracks can pose an increased risk to safety.
- My car seat is faulty, how can I get it repaired?
Please refer to the retailer where you bought your CYBEX seat. They will deal with the matter on your behalf.
- Can my child sit in the car seat in a forward-facing position?
No. Your infant’s spine and neck muscles have not yet developed sufficiently to cope with heavier strains. In the event of an accident, the child’s head is propelled forward with a very high force. The child’s spine and neck muscles are not strong enough to withhold these forces. In rear-facing seats, the infant car seat works like a protective shield and protects the child’s sensitive head and neck.
- Is it ok to leave my child in the infant carrier e.g. at home?
CYBEX infant car seats have been engineered to offer the best possible protection for a baby during a car ride without affecting the child´s spine in a negative way. However, we do not recommend leaving the baby sleeping inside the infant car seat at home for long periods of time.
- What kind of clothing should my child wear when seated in the car seat?
Thick clothing prevents the harness from lying snugly against the body. This incorrect belt positioning could result in the harness slipping off the shoulder. For this reason, your child should wear everyday clothing. Thick clothing such as winter jackets should be avoided where possible. Once your child has been positioned in the seat, he/she can be covered with an extra blanket for warmth.
- How do I know when my child has grown out of the infant car seat?
We generally advise against switching from an infant car seat (birth to approx. 12 months) to a toddler seat prematurely. Even if your baby's feet protrude outside the infant car seat or your baby can already sit, your child has not necessarily grown out of the seat. However, the CYBEX infant car seat is equipped with a level indicator (sticker on the seat cover) which tells you if your infant car seat is too small for your child. If the headrest is in the highest position and your baby's shoulders are protruding above the level indicator on the top edge of the seat, it is time to change the seat, as it no longer affords sufficient protection to the vulnerable neck and head area.
- Can I use the car seat and base even when the side airbag is activated?
Yes, the side airbag can remain activated when using the car seat.
- Do both LSPs have to be pulled out for safety reasons?
To provide the best possible protection, the telescopic L.S.P. protector nearest the door should be extended as far as possible. In this way, the best possible protection is provided in a collision. It is designed with two settings. If in the longest setting, the L.S.P. touches the vehicle door, then the first setting must be used instead. When the seat is installed in the middle seat, the linear side-impact protection (L.S.P. System) should not be pulled out.
- Where should the infant’s head be positioned so that the headrest is set to meet the child’s needs?
The headrest should be set so that there is a space of no more than two finger widths between the child’s shoulders and the bottom of the headrest. The headrest can be adjusted to the height of your child using the headrest settings (eleven settings).