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Did you know that 72% of kids that should be in belt-positioning booster are not?
Safety 1st, the largest manufacture of car seats, is aiming to change that statistic with the introduction of the Incognito Kid Positioning Seat. A new category for car seats, the goal is to help educate parents that any child under 4’9” (57”) in height should still be in a belt positioning seat. For parents of older children who are small for their age it can be a struggle to continue the use of a booster seat. Sound familiar? The Incognito is a parent’s solution to keep their child safe without teasing from peers.
The Incognito prevents slouching and ensures comfortable and proper positioning of the seat belt, without the look of a booster. Extending the booster category to accommodate children 60 to 120 lbs. and up to 60 inches. Available in black, dark grey, grey and tan.Will you be purchasing this seat when it comes out next year?
Where to buy:
The Incognito retails for $19.99 and will be available through the Safety 1st website and Amazon in early 2014.