Safety 1st Incognito Review

Finally a booster for big kids that doesn’t look like a booster! Safety 1st hit it out of the park with this one. With the minimums to use this booster being 6 years old, 47 inches and 60 lbs., this is not a seat for the Littles. This is AJ, he’s 10.5, 55 inches, and 98 lbs. He almost passes the 5 step test, but not quite, so he still needs a booster to be safe. Boosters are for (Very) Big Kids explains why AJ still needs a booster.

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Safety 1st Incognito

 

CSFTL Quick Stats

  • Weight range: 60-120 lbs.
  • Height range: 47-60″
  • Age minimum: 6 years old (this is not in the manual, but is printed on the seat itself)
  • Expiration: 6 years

 

 

 

 

 

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Safety 1st Incognito in the four available colors

This booster is available in four colors to match almost vehicle interior. This is great for those kids who might be a little hesitant to continue to use a booster. It lacks armrests and the way it matches most vehicle interiors, it’s almost invisible. The limits are easy, 6 years old and up, 47-60 inches, and 60-120 lbs. It must be used with adequate head support behind the child’s head. This seat does require replacement after a crash according to the manual. Continue reading

KIM Conference 2013: Day Two

Another day over at this year’s KIM conference with some big news from Dorel.  Here are some fun things I got to play with today along with Dorel’s big news.

Safety 1st Incognito Backless Booster
IMG_2073Here it is everyone!  Designed with big kids in mind.  The colors match most vehicle interiors and no armrests mean that no one can see they’re in a booster.  No more embarrassment for being in a ‘baby seat’.  They are also encouraging these for bulk sales to coalitions, hospitals, fire/police stations, etc.  Nice price point at $19.99.  Available on Amazon.com in a couple months.

 

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