The Differences Between the Axkid Minikid and Move

Posted by Margaret Bolt on

Whenever I post about the Axkid Move or Minikid, people always ask what the differences are, so I just thought I’d make a little list:
1. TETHER STRAPS
The Move’s tether straps have to be pulled tight by hand.
The Minikid has self tightening straps that tighten when you wiggle the seat.
2. HEADREST AND HARNESS HEIGHT
The Move’s headrest and harness have three positions that need to be re-threaded to change the height.
The Minikid’s headrest is lowered when you pull the strap to tighten the harness. It never needs to be re-threaded and adjusts automatically to the child’s height.
3. HEADREST SHAPE
The Move has a shallower headrest that is clipped into the backrest.
The Minikid’s is deeper and sits a bit further back in the backrest to allow it to slide up and down.
4. RECLINE MECHANISM
The Move has a recline foot that folds out to recline the seat.
The Minikid has a recline bar which has four positions. Although realistically you’ll probably only use the most reclined one.
5. FABRICS AND COLOURS
The Move’s fabric is a bit less fancy and it’s only available in black and grey.
The Minikid’s fabric feels more like cotton and it comes in a choice of five solid colours and three premium ones.
Both seats have passed the Swedish Plus Test and they are equally safe.

Share this post