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Swandoo’s Marie 3 wins best in category!

With an overall score of 2.4 (“Good”), Swandoo’s rotating child seat comes in first at this year consumer ratings’ safety tests winning best in category.

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Swandoo's Marie 3 child seat wins best in category at the autumn 2021 tests by consumer rating organisations ADAC, ÖAMTC and TCS

Published on

October 29, 2021

Swandoo’s Marie 3 comes in as top performer, placing the young Vienna-based brand once again at the forefront of child safety. The autumn 2021 test, conducted by the top consumer rating organisations, ADAC, ÖAMTC, and TCS, crowned Marie 3 best in category (approved up to approx. 4 years / 40-105 cm), with an overall score of 2.4 “Good”.

Swandoo's rotating car seat Marie 3 is test winner at ADAC tests

This success can be largely ascribed to Marie’s outstanding performance in the frontal and side impact crash tests. Whilst achieving a 2.0 “Good” in the overall safety category, Swandoo’s rotating car seat was awarded 5 stars – the best possible result – in rear-facing position.

A testament to Swandoo’s dedication, this is a great achievement for child safety from a small, passionate brand.

Top marks in the categories ‘ergonomics’ and ‘handling’ further strengthen the young brand’s mission of developing user-friendly products that help families achieve a more joyful lifestyle. 

Awarded with the presitigous Design Award 2020, Swandoo's rotating car seat, Marie 3, wins best in category at ADAC tests.

According to Nicolás Moeller, Managing Director Global Sales and Marketing:

“Swandoo’s aim is to grant the best possible protection for small passengers with the help of the best intuitive handling and very good protection. The current excellent results for Marie from ADAC, ÖAMTC, TCS etc. confirm that we have achieved both for the benefit of all children. Moreover, being rewarded test winner, Swandoo is confident to continuously develop the safest possible car seats.”

Curious to learn more? Find out the details of Marie 3’s excellent performance at the autumn 2021 consumer tests.