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Diono car seats - Olympia, Rainier, Radian R100 & RXT

Date posted

The Hazard

When the seats are secured using a lap belt without the top tether, children have an increased risk of chest or head injury in a crash.

What to do

Connect the top tether or change to another approved installation method until the remedy kit is available and you can fit it to your seat.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding your seat or installation method please contact the It Makes Sense Ltd for advice/clarification.

Product Identifiers

Sold at various baby product and auto retailers from December 2013 to February 2018

Diono car seats manufactured from November 2013:
Olympia, Rainier, Radian R100, Radian RXT

If you use your seat in rear-facing mode:
No action required.

If you use a top tether:
No action required.

If your child is under 29 kg and you use a Lap-Shoulder belt:
No action required.

If your child is under 29 kg and you only have the lap belt available you must either :
-install the remedy kit, or
-use the top tether.

If your child is over 29 kg:
You do not need the remedy kit, but you must to use the top tether or use in belt positioning booster mode.

Supplier Contact

It Makes Sense Ltd
Email 09 445 6462 Visit their site

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