Infasecure Comfi Review

Includes Comfi Caprice II, Comfi Go, Comfi Element & Comfi Astra



Element: $309
Astra: $329
Caprice II: $339
Go: $349


Type B/E convertible booster seat




Forward facing: 6 mo – 4 yrs (approx) 
Booster mode: 4 yrs – 8 yrs (approx)


H 78 x W 47.5 x L 43 cm

Height markers

Lower marker (start use): 29cm
Middle Marker (Change to Booster Mode) – 43cm
Upper marker (stop use): 51cm


Seat belt


Adjustable headrest
5 shoulder slot heights


5-point harness

Other features

Air Cocoon Technology integrated
Innovative Shell Design
Anti-Submarining Design to prevent the child sliding under the lap belt
Adjustable, removable headrest pillow, shoulder strap pads and crotch buckle pad
SafeGrip Belt Clamp included

Comfi Go, Comfi Element & Comfi Astra:
Active Fabric 


12 months for material and fabrics e.g. foam, covers, inserts
2 years for straps and webbing e.g. harness straps, top tether strap
5 years for hardware and fittings e.g. harness buckle
10 years on the manufacturing of the seat moulding i.e. the blow moulded seat shell

CREP safety rating*

Protection rating

Forward facing
Booster mode

Ease of use rating

Forward facing
Booster mode

*Tested as Infasecure Comfi Astra

Pros and cons


+ Air Cocoon Technology side impact protection
+ Suitable to 8 years old as booster
+ Low price


– Light on the padding
– Must switch to booster mode after about 4 years

Bottom line:

The Infasecure Comfi range is Infasecure’s 6mo – 8yr convertible booster seat range. It is able to be used as a forward facing harnessed seat to approx. 4 years and then convert into a booster seat to about 8 years.

The Comfi represents a reasonable option if you want a seat that can go all the way to 8 years. Also, you can choose from a wide range of fabric colours depending on which model you select. All the models are functionally similar.

However, the limitation with this kind of seat is that when your child hits the middle marker (approx 4 years), you need to tuck away the harness and use the car’s seat belt.

With the advent of Type G harnessed car seats which allow harnessing until approx 8 years, booster seats are an inferior option from a safety point of view. 

If you are coming from a capsule, this might be an affordable option for you, and sometimes these seats can be found on significant discount. 

But for most people coming from a 0-4 car seat, a better option is a harnessed car seat.

Who this is for:

Parents looking for a convertible booster seat after using a capsule, for a reasonable price 

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