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Hamax Caress Childseat For Bike

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Product Description

High end in every detail

Hamax Caress is high end, both in look and feel. Elegant and modern curves.


Regulate the height of the back - grow with the bike seat

Adjustable back system enables to regulate the height of the back, allowing the child to grow with the bike seat. A Flexible system designed for one hand adjustment. The Shoulder cushions give extra comfort for the child, and make the safety belt easier to fit. The bike seat is equipped with a reflective in the back for improved visibility.

Ergonomic resting position

Hamax reclining system is also integrated in the new bike seat, giving a resting position for the child (adjustable up to 20°).


Functions

  •  Adjustable seat back system to regulate height
  •  Adjustable sleeping position (20°)
  •  Integrated padding
  •  New footrest system, can be adjusted one-handed
  •  New harness system with shoulder paddings
  •  Reflective in the back for improved visibility
  •  May be fitted to bikes with or without luggage carriers
  •  For children above the age of app. 9 months and weighing up to 22 kg
  •  Safe and simple to fit
  •  Lockable fastening bracket

Hamax Caress Childseat For Bike Reviews

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Overall Rating:
5
out of 5
5.00
Build Quality
5.00
Performance
4
Value For Money
4.00

Customer Reviews (1)

5
Stylish and fantastic quality

We bought this seat for our daughter who is now 18 months old. The Tredz packaging was disappointing as the box broke, but overall, it arrived in OK condition. Fitting was fairly easy, although 2 people would make getting the height right. For it to sit correctly over the rear wheel, it ends up being so close to the saddle that turning the recline knob isn't too easy. There's also no space for an under saddle tool kit in case you get a puncture. In terms of comfort and function, I'm very happy with it. Ideally, I would have gone for the one that went on the rack, but that was quite a bit pricier. There is enough suspension in the 'rods'. It wasn't too apparent how the harness works, but it seems that both straps go over the head as they do not separate into two. You'll definitely need a centre stand (which I haven't got yet). Otherwise, you either need 2 people or to lean it against a wall which would damage the seat's finish as well as being unstable and difficult to access the foot strap. Overall, I'm very happy once going along, but loading the child into it is quite a balancing act. The other thing that you'll need to get right is whatever bag you want to carry. If you wear it on your back, it's right in your little one's face... Our daughter loves it and we both put on our helmets together to prevent tandtrums. This seat does not have an hand bar, but our daughter just grabs at my trouser belt. Finally, some kind of mirror might be handy too as it's not easy, either stationery or moving, to turn around to see if they're happy/sad/still there!

We bought this seat for our daughter who is now 18 months old. The Tredz packaging was disappointing as the box broke, but overall, it arrived in OK condition. Fitting was fairly easy, although 2 people would make getting the height right. For it to sit correctly over the rear wheel, it ends up being so close to the saddle that turning the recline knob isn't too easy. There's also no space for an under saddle tool kit in case you get a puncture. In terms of comfort and function, I'm very happy with it. Ideally, I would have gone for the one that went on the rack, but that was quite a bit pricier. There is enough suspension in the 'rods'. It wasn't too apparent how the harness works, but it seems that both straps go over the head as they do not separate into two. You'll definitely need a centre stand (which I haven't got yet). Otherwise, you either need 2 people or to lean it against a wall which would damage the seat's finish as well as being unstable and difficult to access the foot strap. Overall, I'm very happy once going along, but loading the child into it is quite a balancing act. The other thing that you'll need to get right is whatever bag you want to carry. If you wear it on your back, it's right in your little one's face... Our daughter loves it and we both put on our helmets together to prevent tandtrums. This seat does not have an hand bar, but our daughter just grabs at my trouser belt. Finally, some kind of mirror might be handy too as it's not easy, either stationery or moving, to turn around to see if they're happy/sad/still there!

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 4/5