The Combi Zeus 360 is part of the car seat
test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, convertible car seat
models like the Zeus 360 are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.
A rating of the potential for each seat to limit injury and movement of a child in a crash based on simulated frontal crash tests using child sized dummies.
Ease of use:
Our judgment of how easy each seat is to use including the clarity of labels and instructions, adjustments of clips and buckles, the transition of the seat from rear facing to forward facing and installation features such as LATCH connections and top tethers.
Rear facing fit-to-vehicle:
A rating of how easy it is to securely and correctly install each seat using both the vehicle belts and LATCH in a variety of vehicles in a rear-facing orientation and how well they fit each vehicle once installed.
About This Brand
Combi offers a variety of child products, including child seats, strollers, and bouncers, that are most often found in boutique-type retail stores.
Features & Specs - Combi Zeus 360
Rear facing weight range (lbs.) Maximum weight (lbs.) allowed for child in rear facing orientation.
Rear facing weight range (lbs.)
Forward facing weight range (lbs.) Maximum weight (lbs.) allowed for child in forward facing orientation.
Forward facing weight range (lbs.)
Height range (in.) Range in inches of children allowed by seat.
Height range (in.)
up to 40
Seat weight (lbs.) Weights listed are to the nearest pound.