Car Seat

Swivelling special needs infant car seat for forward or rear-facing

Versatile, easy-to-use, and safe!

The Hero-NXT child car seat is a specifically modified car seat from Römer-Britax to accommodate the postural requirements of special needs children. It is suitable for installation in most commercially available vehicles that have an ISOFIX connection. The car seat is designed for use on the back seat of a car, and with the ISOFIX anchorage system providing a secure attachment to the vehicle, it does not have to be fastened with the car seat belts, guaranteeing easy handling.

Adjustable to your child’s unique needs

The inner padding developed by Hernik ensures optimal positioning, especially for small children, and can be complimented with an abduction wedge and thoracic pads if necessary. As standard, the Hernik Hero-NXT is fitted with a 5-point seat belt to protect the child, and the quick-release buckle provides an easy and fast transfer.

Hero-NXT Car Seat Installation
Hero-NXT Car Seat Use
Introduction to Special Purpose Car Seats
Without Inserts
With Inserts
Seat Width Rear 25 cm 21 cm
Seat Width Front 28 cm 28 cm
Seat Depth 28 cm 25 cm
Back Height 27-35 cm 21-34 cm
Headrest Height 44-56 cm 41-53 cm
Chest Width 12-21 cm
Total Height of Car Seat 66-73 cm (Without stand 60 cm)
Overall Width of Car Seat 43 cm
Total Depth of Car Seat 63 cm
Max Weight Limit Up to 18 kg


  • Crash tested according to ECE-R 129-00 (i.Size)
  • 5-point-harness with upholstery, height adjustable
  • Belt mechanics installed into the front of the seat
  • Height adjustable back support and head support
  • Additional upholstery for the seat, back and head support
  • Large seat recline
  • 360° swivel base with adjustable footwell stilt
  • ISOFIX connections
  • Covers washable to 30 °C
MACA and

The Australian Safety Assessment Program (AuSAP) independently assessed the Hero-NXT Car Seat in 2021/22, in accordance with the AuSAP Test and Assessment Protocol. For more information about AuSAP visit www.macahub.org

MACA’s Australian Safety Assessment Program (AuSAP) independently assesses vehicle restraint options used by children with disabilities and medical conditions. AuSAP is not a certification program but aims to advance knowledge about the safety and design of restraint systems for children with disabilities and medical conditions.