Cloud Z i-Size

Product Information

  • Length:

    670 mm

    Width:

    440 mm

    Height:

    380 mm

  • Weight:

    4.8 kg

  • Maintenance:

    Fabric covers machine washable at 30°

  • What you get:

    Infant Car Seat incl. newborn inlay

  • Compatible Base:

    Base Z, Base Z One
  • Engineered and designed in Germany

    Engineered and designed in Germany

  • UN R129/02

     

The pictures of products and the measurements on this website are for indication purpose only. Products may vary and we reserve the right to make product changes.

Car compatibility

1. Select base

IS THIS THE RIGHT SEAT FOR MY CAR?

Before buying the child seat, always check whether it can be properly installed in your vehicle. We recommend a test installation at a qualified retailer.

The recommendations of the vehicle manufacturer regarding the installation of child seats must be followed.

INSTALLATION WITH VEHICLE BELT

The infant carrier can be used on all vehicle seats with three-point automatic belt.

INSTALLATION WITH BASE

Pay attention to the i-size logo.

If a vehicle seat is marked with this logo, it is suitable for use with all i-size child seats and therefore will not appear in our list of compatible vehicles.

If your vehicle does not have an i-Size seat, please check the compatibility of your vehicle. If your vehicle is not displayed, please contact our customer service team

IS THIS THE RIGHT SEAT FOR MY CAR?

Before buying the child seat, always check whether it can be properly installed in your vehicle. We recommend a test installation at a qualified retailer.

The recommendations of the vehicle manufacturer regarding the installation of child seats must be followed.

INSTALLATION WITH VEHICLE BELT

The infant carrier can be used on all vehicle seats with three-point automatic belt.

INSTALLATION WITH BASE

Pay attention to the i-size logo.

If a vehicle seat is marked with this logo, it is suitable for use with all i-size child seats and therefore will not appear in our list of compatible vehicles.

If your vehicle does not have an i-Size seat, please check the compatibility of your vehicle. If your vehicle is not displayed, please contact our customer service team

2. Select car manufacturer

3. Select model and year

If you have any further questions, please contact us

Ask Us

FAQ

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.
Where can I get replacement parts for my product?
You can order replacement parts from a specialist retailer near you. To find a store near you, simply go to the store locator on our website: http://cybex-online.com/de/retailer.html
Can I install the seat on the front passenger seat?
The car seat should only be installed on the passenger seat if the front airbag has been deactivated. Important: According to the Highway Code, it is against the law for your child to travel on a seat with an activated airbag. Placing your infant on a passenger seat with an activated airbag puts your child at risk of serious injury. For this reason, CYBEX always recommends installing the car seat on the vehicle’s rear seat (if possible behind the passenger). Statistics show that this is the safest place in the car. In a head-on collision, a child has a greater crumple zone on the rear seat where front airbags do not put your child’s safety at risk. If you have no choice other than to use the front passenger seat, please ensure that the seat is pushed back as far as possible.
Can my child sit in the car seat in a forward-facing position?
No, according to standard R-129 children have to travel in a rearward-facing position until they are at least 15 months old. 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.
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 side protectors (LSPs) have to be extended?
The L.S.P. Side-impact Protection has to be folded out on the side nearest the car door when the seat is installed either on the right or left-hand side of the rear seat. In this way, the best possible protection is provided in a collision. In this instance, it is important to ensure that only the side protector nearest the door is extended. If the seat is installed in the middle of the rear seat, the Linear Side-impact Protection (L.S.P. system) must not be used under any circumstances.
Can my child lie flat in the car seat?
Our Cloud Z i-Size car seat offers an ergonomic lie-flat position outside the car. However, none of our car seats can be used in a lie-flat position inside the car. The baby’s position in the infant car seat is designed in such a way that the forces arising in a collision can be absorbed by the seat, providing your baby with optimum levels of protection.
When can I turn a car seat forward-facing?
UN Norm R129 states that children must travel in a rear-facing position up until they exceed the age of 15 months and a height of 76 cm. However, given the current state of child restraint technology we recommend placing a car seat in the rear-facing position until the child is four years old, or as long as this is possible. The reason for this is as follows: At the beginning of their lives children generally have relatively weak neck muscles and large heads in relation to the rest of their bodies. The older they get, the stronger their neck muscles get. Additionally, the difference in size between the head and the body evens out. However, in the event of a collision in the early years of development these two factors create a large amount of strain on their necks, making car crashes statistically more dangerous for this age group. Therefore, physicians, accident researchers and consumer and health organizations recommend the transport of babies and toddlers in rear-facing child seats for as long as possible, but at least until they are 4 years old. If the child is travelling in a rear-facing position, the forces of an impact are distributed evenly over the large area of the car seat shell. The strain on the neck, head, and chest is significantly reduced, reducing the risk of injury when compared to a forward-facing car seat. Therefore, physicians, accident researchers and consumer and health organizations recommend the transport of babies and toddlers in rear-facing child seats for as long as possible.
Should I use a booster seat?
We do not recommend using booster seats without a backrest for your child. When compared to seats with a backrest, booster seats pose a higher risk of injury. The main problem is the missing side protection. A booster seat with a backrest has side protectors that prevent the child from hitting the window in the case of a side impact collision. With a booster seat, however, the vulnerable parts of the child’s body are not sufficiently protected. Additionally, the routing of the seat belt cannot be adjusted to the height of the child so that the belt is often too close to the neck. Due to the compact design of a car seat with a backrest, the child not only sits much firmer in the seat itself but is also much better protected due to the correct position of the seat belt. For children that have reached a weight of 15 kilograms or a height of 100 cm (approximately four years old), CYBEX has the Solution series of high back booster seats. These allow growing kids to sit comfortably in the car, while including safety features such as Linear Side-impact Protection and a reclining headrest to help prevent your child’s head from falling forwards and becoming vulnerable in the event of a crash. In order to assure the safety of your child, we highly recommend using our Solution series.
When I install a car seat do I have to disable my car’s airbags?
If you use a rear-facing car seat on the front passenger seat, you always have to deactivate the main airbag. Check the Type List in the car seat manual to find out whether the head and/or side airbags also have to be deactivated. For other seating positions, whether or not the head and side airbags in your vehicle can remain activated depends entirely on the specifications provided by the manufacturer of the vehicle, and the recommendations in the user manuals of both the vehicle and the car seat. If your manufacturer states that this is possible, then the head and side airbags can indeed remain activated without further concern. In this context, if your car seat has an extendable Linear Side-impact Protection System it is important that this is used in accordance with the descriptions in the seat manual even with activated side airbags. Prior to buying a car seat, we generally recommend testing it in your own car to see whether it can be installed easily and in compliance with the instructions. This also gives you the opportunity to have the installation process and other features demonstrated to you. Please always follow the recommendations of both the manufacturers of the car seat and the vehicle.
Can I put a car seat in the front seat of a car?
The safest place for an car seat is on the rear seat behind the front passenger seat. If there is no other option than placing it on the front passenger seat, be sure to deactivate the airbag if you are using a rear-facing car seat. For other types of car seats check the user manuals of both your car seat and your vehicle to find out if you should deactivate the airbag.
What car seat should I buy?
Whatever the age or size of your child, CYBEX has a car seat that fits. See below for a summary of what we have to offer: Infant Car Seats From birth up to approx. 18–24 months* Suitable for children measuring between 45 cm and 87 cm (UN R129), and weighing up to 13 kg (UN R044/4 & UN R129) Our CYBEX Cloud and Aton infant car seats are specially designed to protect babies from day one. These offer special features such as lightness, easy adjustment to fit a growing baby, and the ability to be mounted on a stroller to easily continue your trip outside the car. * The Cloud Z i-Size, the Aton M, the Aton M i-Size and the Aton B are designed to be used up until the child is 24 months old. All other CYBEX infant car seats can be used for children up to approx. 18 months old. Convertible Car Seats From birth up to approx. 4 years Suitable for children measuring between 45 cm and 105 cm, and weighing up to 18 kg* (UN R129) Our Sirona range of car seats can be used rear-facing until the baby has reached a minimum age of 15 months, and then either rear-facing or forward-facing thereafter** * Sirona M2 i-Size is suitable for children weighing up to 19 kg * Sirona Z i-Size R can only be used rear-facing 2-in-1 Car Seats From approx. 9 months up to 12 years Suitable for children weighing between 9 kg and 36 kg (UN R44) The Pallas series are 2-in-1 car seats that can be converted into high-back booster seats when your child has grown big enough. When your child weighs between 9 and 18 kg (from approximately 9 months to 4 years) they are secured using an impact shield. Some Pallas seats are also installed in the vehicle using an ISOFIX base. When the child grows bigger the impact shield and base (if applicable) are removed and the child is secured using the vehicle’s 3-point seatbelt. High-Back Booster Seats From approx. 3 years up to 12 years Suitable for children measuring between 100 cm and 150 cm (UN R129), or weighing between 15 kg and 36 kg (UN R44) Our Solution range of high-back booster seats allow your child to sit comfortably in the car, while including safety features such as Linear Side-impact Protection and a reclining headrest to prevent their head from falling forwards.
What are the age ranges for car seats?
CYBEX car seats can cover your child’s travel safety needs from birth to approximately 12 years old. See below for a summary of the age ranges that CYBEX car seats use. Please note that all the age ranges are approximate only—you will need to consider your child’s height or weight to find out whether a car seat is suitable for them: • From birth up to approx. 18–24 months* Infant car seats are available in the Cloud and Aton series. These are designed to support children from 45 to 87 cm in height, and up to 13 kg in weight. * The Cloud Z i-Size, the Aton M, the Aton M i-Size and the Aton B are designed to be used up until the child is 24 months old. All other CYBEX infant car seats can be used for children up to approx. 18 months old. • From birth up to approx. 4 years The Sirona series of car seats can be used rear-facing from birth up to 15 months of age, and then either rear-facing or forward-facing up to four years of age*. These are designed to support children from 45 to 105 cm in height, and up to 18 kg in weight**. * Sirona Z i-Size R can only be used rear-facing ** Sirona M2 i-Size can support a child weighing up to 19 kg in weight. • From approx. 9 months up to 12 years The Pallas series have height adjustment allowing them to grow with your child until they are approximately 12 years old. These are designed to support children from 9 to 36 kg in weight. When your child weighs between 9 and 18 kg (from approximately 9 months to 4 years) they are secured using an impact shield. Some Pallas are also installed in the vehicle using an ISOFIX base. When the child grows bigger the impact shield and base (if applicable) are removed and the child is secured using the vehicle’s 3-point seatbelt. • From approx. 3 up to 12 years Our Solution high-back booster seats allow your growing child to sit comfortably and safely in the car. These are designed to support children from 100 to 150 cm in height, or from 15 to 36 kg in weight.
What is the best car seat for toddlers?
If you’re buying a car seat for a child of toddler age (between approximately 12–36 months), CYBEX offers two options. Always consider your child’s height or weight when choosing a car seat. Sirona Series: Capable of being used in both rear-facing and forward-facing positions*, Sirona seats can be used in the safer rear-facing position up until the child is approximately four years old. They can support children from birth up to 4 years old (45–105 cm in height, and 0–18** kg in weight). * Sirona Z i-Size R can only be used rear-facing ** Sirona M2 i-Size can support a child weighing up to 19 kg in weight. Pallas Series: These are 2-in-1 car seats including impact shields which can be converted into high-back booster seats when the child has grown big enough. These can support children from approximately 9 months old up to 12 years (9–36 kg in weight).
Do you need a newborn inlay for a car seat?
Yes, a newborn inlay is necessary to help very young and small babies lie in a safe and comfortable position in the car seat. These are specially designed to meet the anatomical requirements of newborn or very small babies. All CYBEX infant car seats include removable newborn inlays. Usually these can be removed when your child has reached a height of 61 cm, however always refer to the user guide provided with the product to ensure it is removed at the appropriate time.
Why do car seats have an approximate lifespan?
Nothing lasts forever. As soon as a car seat is installed in a vehicle, it may be exposed to high temperatures and high levels of light intensity. As a result, even high-quality and extremely age-resistant plastics such as those used by CYBEX can display certain age-related alterations. To ensure the safety of your child, we strongly recommend that the seats are not used for longer that the prescribed usage periods. A car seat will be designed to keep your child safe for a specific period in their development, for example from birth to approximately four years old for a Sirona Series seat. Sometimes they can be used for longer, for example our products for babies and toddlers can also be used for a sibling. To find out the approximate lifespan of your CYBEX car seat, refer to the user manual or contact our Customer Service.

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