Friday, September 27, 2013

Safety 1st OnBoard 35 Air Review @Safety_1st


                              



For our second review during Child Psssenger Safety week I'm featuring the Safety 1st onBoard Air Infant Car Seat.

When thinking about safety and car seats my mind often thinks of Safety 1st. Its possibly due to the fact that is has the word safety in it :)

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We were sent the onBoard™35 Air Infant Car Seat - Vintage Romance to review with Amelia.






Here are some of the features:


  • Rear-facing 4-35 pounds and up to 32 inches in height
  • Featuring Air Protect® Side Impact Protection
    • The advanced air cushion system protects your child’s head, where it’s needed most in a side impact crash.
  • Extended use from a tiny 4 to a tall 35 pounds
  • Additional leg room for baby's comfort
  • Customizable insert and low harness slots make the seat ideal for tiny travelers and adjustable for growing babies
  • Carry Curve™ Handle features ergonomic design
  • Removable, hand-washable pad
  • Base Belt Lock easily secures your vehicle seat belt during installation
  • One Click LATCH installation system

























The fashion is so feminine and is perfect for your little princess!


Top Rated Car SeatThe Safety 1st onBoard 35 Air was Top Rated for Extended weight range, additional leg room, and side impact protection. You can rest assure that your precious cargo will be riding in safety!




I love that I can relax a bit, knowing Amelia is super safe in her Safety 1st onBoard 35 Air infant seat!  

BUY IT: You can purchase the Safety 1st onBoard 35 Air at Babies R US for $189.99

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