Top Notch Protection With Safety 1st Car Seats + Giveaway

Safety 1st Giveaway

Father’s Day is fast approaching! Do you have a racing enthusiast on your hands? While Safety 1st can’t arrange for dad to meet his favorite race car driver, their car seats do incorporate the same technology that protects high performance drivers.

A leader in safety innovation, Safety 1st’s patented technology is called GCell HX™ which is a foam designed with hexagonal shapes for superior protection around the torso. Combined with Safety 1st’s Air Protect + Technology, they provide full body side impact protection in the event of a crash.

Below are two new Safety 1st car seats that incorporate GCell HX, so dad’s little one can ride with the same technology as a racecar driver:

The Safety 1st onBoard Air 35 Air + infant car seat features the new Air Protect + to keep children from 4-35 pounds safer in the car. This infant car seat is equipped with a 5-point harness, adjustable stay in the car base and Carry Curve™ Handle with an ergonomic design.

The Safety 1st Advance SE 65 Air + convertible car seat features Air Protect + to keep children from 5-65 pounds safer in the car. Better yet, it meets the new requirements for the new 65 Pound LATCH rule.

Hopefully your children will be safe on car journeys, but when the unexpected happens and someone sustains an injury you may want to get in touch with a car accident lawyer los angeles. No one wants to think about things like this, but it is best to be prepared for anything that could happen. As being on the road can be kind of unpredictable, it is best to check your insurance policy and add something like uninsured motorist coverage, just so you and your family are protected at all costs. As a parent, I’m sure the safety of you and your kids should be your priority.

This Built America Feature

Did you know Dorel Juvenile Group (maker of Safety 1st) is based in Columbus, Indiana where its step stools, potties, car seat bases and child safety products are 100% made in the USA?

Check out the brands recent feature on AOL’s This Built America to learn more about the company, how they are helping their local community, and impacting the world in general because of their ever-improving technology!

Seriously, when I read the feature and watched the clip, it made me feel good about supporting Dorel and their brands!

Safety 1st Car Seat Giveaway

Get a chance to win your choice between the 2 car seats mentioned above! Giveaway is open to residents of the contiguous United States. Must be at least 18 years old to be eligible. Giveaway ends July 1st, 2014 at 11:59pm EST. Void where prohibited by law. No Purchase Necessary. To enter, use the GiveawayTools form below. Good luck!


Top Notch Protection With Safety 1st Car Seats + Giveaway — 24 Comments

  1. I learned that the 950 people who work at the company’s Columbus, Indiana factory work three shifts round the clock to build 4 million child car seats a year. The seats must withstand violent impacts and save the lives of the children sitting in them.

  2. I am so surprised to learn that car seats don’t have regulated side impact standards, and am really comforted learning that Dorel has created and is following their own standards… and from doing so they saw the need to put side air cushions in their car seats to protect our childrens heads.
    Thank you!

  3. I learned and was really in pressed abou the fact that the have set their own side impact standards since there are any in the car seat regulation standards! and the car seats are made in the US!

  4. Cosco’s orinigal name was Columbus specialty company and changed its name in the early 1940’s. I didn’t know that!
    pedidentalasst at yahoo dot com

  5. There are over 950 employees in the factory. And they are the largest manufacturer of car seats. They are located on the US!

  6. I learned that they make 4 million child car seats a year! Thats a lot!

    Thank you!
    avalenti6936 at yahoo dot com

  7. I learned that the company’s founders, Travis and Cameron Cobb, knew if they could create race-car interiors that save drivers from death, they could help create a safer car seat.


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