The most important Safety Principles

Accident Statistics

Children who are not secured are seven times more likely to be seriously injured or killed in a car accident than secured children. 83 % of secured children remain unharmed in an accident (source: German Road Safety organization, information sheet #4, May 2009). The clear majority of accidents – 87 % – are frontal and side-impact collisions (source: BAST – Federal Highway research institute, Booklet F 67, 2007). Therefore, we recommend to always use a child car seat. Every seat, regardless of the design, ensures a much higher level of safety compared to driving without a child car seat.

Safety Experts

CYBEX provides the highest level of safety for your child. The international team, of CYBEX child safety experts, draw on years of experience to ensure continuous safety progress is made. During the product development stage, CYBEX employs the D.S.F. innovation principle – combining contemporary design with superior safety, quality, and intelligent functionality. In addition, various patents have been developed specifically in the core areas of child safety.

Engineered in Germany

To apply the CYBEX D.S.F. Innovation Principle to the entire product range, leading German engineers to work in close cooperation with well-known designers from all over the world.
We treat child safety with the utmost care and attention. The team at CYBEX works extensively to ensure that all our products offer the highest level of safety and provide the outstanding quality you are expecting for your child. Thus, our products have won more than 250 international awards for safety, quality, and design.

Crash Test

CYBEX products pass hundreds of crash tests every year. And every new crash test leads to immediate improvements and further developments of our products.

Test Results

Our car seats are tested by independent institutes on a regular basis. We are proud to announce that our child car seats continuously receive top results in the most important European safety and consumer tests such as the German ADAC and Stiftung Warentest testing.