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You CAN use both of KneeGuardKids2 and KneeGuardKids3 in ISOFIX Car Seats.
 
The KneeGuardKids ISOFIX hook is thin, 
You can use the car seat and KneeGuardKids at the same time on the ISOFIX latch.

 

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  • Q: Can I use KneeGuardKids for ISOFIX Car Seats?
    A:

    You CAN use both of KneeGuardKids2 and KneeGuardKids3 in ISOFIX Car Seats.
     
    The KneeGuardKids ISOFIX hook is thin, 
    You can use the car seat and KneeGuardKids at the same time on the ISOFIX latch.

     

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  • Q: Can I use KneeGuardKids in a car seat with a Support Leg(Load Leg) ?
    A:

    Both of KneeGuardKids2 and KneeGuardKids3 are not available for car seats with Support Legs.
     
    In the case of KneeGuardKids2, it is possible to use it in infant mode.
    However, when the child grows up and it is not available for junior mode, it is not recommended.
    If there is a person using the KneeGuardKids with support leg car seat, they may using it with infant mode.

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    You can use KneeGuardKids if you can remove support leg or fold it to car seat bottom,
    It is more important to show the performance of the car seat itself,
    Removing or folding the support leg is not recommended.

     

     

     

  • Q: Can I purchase parts separately?
    A:

    If you click the link below, you can purchase the parts separately.

     

    Go to parts purchase (click)

  • Q: Difference with KneeGuard Kids2
    A:

    KneeGuardKids3 is an upgraded version of KneeGuardKids2.
     

    KneeGuardKids2 Released: March 2014
    KneeGuardKids3 Released: March 2017


    Please confirm the details by clicking the link below.


    Differences between KneeGuardKids2 and KneeGuardKids3 (click to view)

  • Q: My feet do not reach to Foot Plate
    A:

    There are two diffrent ways in how they are assembled
    when using a Infant car seat and when using a Junior car seat.

    If the feet does not reach the Foot Plate, it is because it was using the
    assembling method of the Infant car seat while using the Junior car seat.


    Refer to the below picture  and reassemble it according to the method for the car seat.
     

    KneeGuardKids2


    When using a Infant car seat: Assemble the Installing Plate first and then the Foot Plate
    (You need to put the Foot Plate on top to avoid disturbance of your baby's feet)

     

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    When using Junior car seat: Assemble the Foot Plate first and then Installing Plate after.
    (You need to put the Foot Plate on top to avoid disturbance of your baby's feet)
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    KneeGuardKids3


    When using a Infant car seat: Assemble the Installing Plate first and then the Foot Plate
    (You need to put the Foot Plate on top to avoid disturbance of your baby's feet)
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    When using Junior car seat: Assemble the Foot Plate first and then Installing Plate after.
    (You need to put the Foot Plate on top to avoid disturbance of your baby's feet)
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  • Q: From what age can I use it?
    A:

    KneeGuardKids are not the products to stand on or use as a step to get into the car seat.
    Be sure to use it for its intended use to sit on the car seat and then raise your feet.
    Therefore, if you only use it for the original purpose, you can use it regardless of age while using the car seat.
    However, we recommend the following age and weight for safe use.


    KneeGuardKids2: Available for children under 6 years. (Weight less than 20kg)
    KneeGuardKids3: Available for children under 9 years. (Weight less than 30kg)


    For reference, KneeGuardKids3 can withstand loads up to 192 kg under load test.

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                                                   <Load Test : KneeGuardKids3>

  • Q: Is it safe when accident?
    A:

    The KneeGuardKids has passed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
    Car seat safety standard FMVSS No.213 'Child Restraint System'.
     

    If you look at the crash test video below, you can see that the KneeGuardKids remain
    in a fixed position in the event of a crash.
    It is more likely to be injured by other parts of the car than to injuries caused by the KneeGuardKids.
    KneeGuardKids, however, is covered by Product Liability Insurance (USD 1,000,000) in case of an accident.


    KneeGuardKids2, video of collision test among safety standards (click here)
    KneeGuardKids3, video of collision test among safety standards (click here)

  • Q: Can I buy offline?
    A:

    Click on the link below to see your offline retailers.

     

    Go to offline sales stores (click)

  • Q: I'm using KneeGuardKids 2, but the car seat is shaking.
    A:

    KneeGuardKids3 is thin and narrow, so the car seat does not shake.


    However, if you use KneeGuardKids2, some car seat models may cause vibrations or trembling.
    In order to resolve this issue, please check the following two points.


    1. Make sure that the Installing Plate is correctly positioned as shown below.
    If the mounting plate is turned upside down, it will become shaking.
    Be sure to separate the top and bottom of the mounting plate as shown below.

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                                           <Properly installed Installing Plate>

    2. When you use a Junior car seat, using a wooden stick or a 2-liter water bottle behind the car seat as shown below.
    Not only will the KneeGuardKids shake off, but the car seat backs will be sloping, making the kids even more comfortable.
    At this time, it is better to fill only two-thirds of the water in the water bottle.

  • Q: I am using KneeGuardKids 2, but I think it will break if I step on it.
    A:

    KneeGuardKids are not the products to stand on or use as a step to get into the car seat.
    Be sure to use it for its intended use to sit on the car seat and then raise your feet.
     

    However, since the operation of folding and unfolding the Foot Plate is inconvinient in an actual use environment,
    We know that kids often get on and ride on a Foot Plate.
    If you have to step on the footrest and board the car seat,
    we recommend you choose KneeGuardKids 3 rather than KneeGuardKids2.


    KneeGuardKids 3 has a Load Leg(support leg) that reaches the bottom of the car,
    so it does not break even if it rides on the footrest.
    For reference, KneeGuardKids 3 can withstand loads up to 192 kg under load test.

     

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                                                 <Load Test : KneeGuardKids3>

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