Yepp Easy Fit Adapter
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Pros & Cons
Pros & Cons
- Makes it possible to fit the Yepp Maxi rear child seat to both city bikes and e-bikes.
- Ideal when you want to use your rear child seat on a second bike.
- Easy to install.
- Ideal for when 2 people want to be able to carry the rear child seat.
- Adapter can be used for luggage racks which don't normally fit the Yepp Maxi rear child seat.
- Only comes in black.
Can be mounted on luggage carriers between 11 and 17 cm wide with a minimum load capacity of 35 kg.
Easy to fit (3)
Does the job (1)
Came with fitting tool (1)
Can't use panniers (1)
Hard to install (1)
Shame they don't colour match to the coloured sea (1)
Most recent reviews
Great way of securing seat to a rack and lifts seat to a commanding position for the child.
Great option for rack secured childseat. Well engineered and can easily be removed via two screws if thd rack needs to be used for panniers again.
It works if you need it but there are down sides
If you need an easy-fit window for a Yepp bike seat and don't want to replace your rack it works fine but there are several issues. Installation isn't that easy, you have to hold the adapter up while you tighten the screws and try to align it all - it isn't hard but it's annoying so you're not going to be whipping it on and off. Once it is installed you can't put panniers on your rack! Even when you aren't using a bike seat the securing arms are very likely to get in the way of your pannier clips making your rack a bit useless. For this reason alone I have now bought a GMG pannier rack which has an easy-fit window but can still be used with panniers. It would be easy to remove this from your bike and steal the Yepp seat which makes the lock on the Yepp seat a bit pointless. All those negatives aside, it does mount securely on your rack and it is easy to fit the Yepp seat once the adapter is mounted.
Does the job
Can't use panniers
Hard to install
Just what we needed to fit the seat to my son's bike
Shame they don't colour match to the coloured sea