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Safety 1st Convertible Car Seat 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 driver, its car seats do incorporate the same technology that protects high performance drivers.
A leader in safety innovation, the patented technology is called GCell HX™, and combined with Safety 1st Air Protect Technology, provides full body safety 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 allows your child to ride rear facing from 4-25 pounds. It’s 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 ensures your child is safe from 5-65 pounds. Better yet, it meets the new requirements for the new 65 Pound LATCH rule.
Additionally, did you know Dorel Juvenile Group (maker of Safety 1st) is based in Columbus, IN 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.
Safety 1st wants to help protect your most precious cargo by giving one lucky reader one of their new Advance SE 65 Air + convertible car seats! If you’d like a chance to win, enter using the Giveaway Tools entry form below. Giveaway is open to residents of the US only who are 18 years of age or older.
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