Safe Child Car Seats Best Safety Car Seats For Your Child – 2010

22Feb/13Off

Chicco Polly 2 in 1: from high chair to booster seat


Ilaria, Group Product Manager for Chicco, presents all the features of the Polly 2 in 1 and how it changes as your child grows from weaning to the first meals at the table.

12Feb/13Off

Peg Perego Viaggio HBB 120 High Back Booster Seat Review


Peg Perego Viaggio HBB 120 High Back Booster Seat Review by Baby Gizmo Please Subscribe to our videos: www.youtube.com Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com Tweet with Us: www.twitter.com Follow us on Pinterest: www.pinterest.com Check out our website: www.babygizmo.com

22Jan/13Off

Car Seat Safety By Age: Booster Seat Safety from The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia


Children who reach the highest weight or height of their forward-facing child safety seat should use a belt-positioning booster. There are four types of booster seats. In some cases, choosing a booster seat will depend on whether or not your vehicle has high seat backs, headrests or head restraints. For more information, tools, and educational videos to help keep your child safe in the car, please visit www.chop.edu

30Dec/12Off

GOBooster inflatable car booster seat.m4v


Inflatable booster seat ideal for travelling. The Inflatable gobooster seat is easy to inflate and deflate and it fits in the car's glove compartment and in most handbags. Weighs 1.5 lbs making it an ideal inflatable booster seat for travelling. no need to hire booster seats from Hire car firms and you can take it with you anywhere you go. Blows up in a minute.

18Dec/12Off

Car Booster Seat Tutorial and Instruction with Safety


www.CribNotesForDad.com http A booster seat positions the vehicle's safety belt properly on a child. The booster makes sure that the lap belt rests on the child's lap, over the strong hip bones -- and nowhere near the soft belly. The booster also makes sure that the shoulder belt rests between the child's shoulder and neck -- so the child is comfortable and won't put the belt behind her back or under her arm. When a child rides on a booster, he must use the vehicle's shoulder AND lap belt across them. Boosters will not work with lap-only belts. Why should kids ride in a booster? Because the vehicle seat is too big and a child's bone structure is too small and underdeveloped to keep the safety belt in the proper place during a crash. A 4-8 year old child riding in a booster is 59% less likely to be injured in a crash than a 4-8 year old wearing a safety belt alone. Are there different types of boosters? Yes, there are two different types of boosters--backless boosters, and high-backed boosters. Which one to choose depends on your vehicle, the age, height and weight of your child, and you and your child's own preferences. Backless boosters are smaller and lighter and this makes them great for travel. High-backed boosters are better for sleeping and according to one study, are more beneficial in side impacts compared to seat belts or backless boosters. Please note that combination seats are also sometimes called boosters or hybrid boosters. These seats start off as a 5-point ...

5Dec/12Off

Correcting the booster seat mistakes kids make


Twisted seat belts. The behind-the-back maneuver. Friction from the shoulder belt in the neck area. What are some of the most common mistakes kids make when snapping themselves in to a booster seat? Although kids of booster age are typically ready to understand and follow the instructions, parents need to be vigilant and firm about the proper use of booster seats, says Injury Prevention Coordinator Tracey Fejt, RN, of Cardon Children's Medical Center. Watch as Tracey, along with the Turchick boys -- Max, 6, Sam, 5, and Tyler, 4 --demonstrate the details of safe booster use.

4Nov/12Off

Discover n Grow Busy Baby Booster from Fisher-Price


See the full review at www.timetoplaymag.com The Discover 'n Grow Busy Baby Booster is a booster seat with built-in entertainment. There is a toy tray with a spinning tree, clacker beads, and a bobble elephant to keep babies busy. When playtime is over with, the toy tray snaps off to reveal a classic feeding tray. Both the feeding tray and toy tray are dishwasher safe. The booster seat's straps adjust to fit on almost any chair. And the booster seat folds up for easy storage and portability.

9Oct/12Off

Recaro Milano Booster Seat – Kiddicare


www.kiddicare.tv Watch this video featuring products from Recaro Milano Car Seat - Cherry / Black Recaro Milano Car Seat - Black / Silver Recaro Milano Car Seat - Black / Aquavit Recaro Milano Car Seat - Asphalt Grey and buy from a large selection on Kiddicare.com. More information 1 Recaro Milano Car Seat - Cherry / Black www.kiddicare.com 2 Recaro Milano Car Seat - Black / Silver www.kiddicare.com 3 Recaro Milano Car Seat - Black / Aquavit www.kiddicare.com 4 Recaro Milano Car Seat - Asphalt Grey www.kiddicare.com - Products featured in the video: 1 Recaro Milano Car Seat - Cherry / Black direct-url.com 2 Recaro Milano Car Seat - Black / Silver direct-url.com 3 Recaro Milano Car Seat - Black / Aquavit direct-url.com 4 Recaro Milano Car Seat - Asphalt Grey direct-url.com 5 Recaro Milano Car Seat - Cherry / Black direct-url.com 6 Recaro Milano Car Seat - Black / Aquavit direct-url.com 7 Recaro Milano Car Seat - Black / Silver direct-url.com The new RECARO Milano - a new start in a world of comfort and safety. Convenient: the integrated handle enables the RECARO Milano to be carried with one hand; Easy to use for parents: just place the seat in the car and secure the child with the vehicles own 3-point belt; Safety: high degree of side impact protection due to extra-large head and side bolsters; Ideal: belt slots guarantee that the vehicles own belts fit perfectly FEATURES: Safety ensured by ASP Advanced Side Protection: energy-absorbing side elements and additional large ...

29Sep/12Off

Booster Seat Safety: Older Kids | HealthiNation


Using a booster seat for older children. Related Videos: Kids & Sleep: Overview (Part 1 of 4) | HealthiNation www.youtube.com Kids & Sleep: Set a Routine (Part 2 of 4) | HealthiNation www.youtube.com TRANSCRIPT: More than 80 percent of car seats and booster seats are used incorrectly. But if used properly, a car seat can actually reduce a child's risk of dying in a car crash by more than 70 percent. Here is information, provided by Safe Kids Worldwide, on how to correctly install and use car seats for infants, toddlers, and older children. Newborns The first seat you need when you get home from the hospital is a rear-facing seat, which faces the back of the car. You want to do that until the child is two years old or until they reach the weight or height limits for the seat as indicated by the car seat's manufacturer, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics . When your child outgrows this seat, he or she can move into a rear-facing convertible seat. Make sure your child is properly placed in the car seat. For a rear-facing seat, you want the shoulder straps to be at or below the child's shoulders. You want the retainer clip at armpit level. And you want to make sure the straps are snug, laying flat against the baby. Make sure you have time to carefully loosen and tighten the harness on every trip. To check to see if you have a snug fit, at the baby's collar bone, see if you can pinch the webbing. If you can, then it's too loose, and you have to tighten it up ...

25Sep/12Off

Car Seat & Booster Seat Safety – Children’s Hospital Oakland Injury Prevention


Is your car seat right for your child? Is your booster seat properly installed? When you install a car seats properly, they can prevent injuries and deaths amongst children. Car seat safety advice from Children's Hospital Oakland and Kohl's Injury Prevention Program.

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