Safety 1st

October 30

Future Shop Canada: Safety 1st Comfy Carry Elite Infant Car Seat | Was $100 Now $40

Posted by on October 30, 2014 at 10:39 AM

Future Shop Canada: Safety 1st Comfy Carry Elite Infant Car Seat | Was $100 Now $40

Future Shop has done it again – they have an intriguing deal of the day for a product that you wouldn’t even think they’d carry! It is a web-only deal, so that may be one of the reasons why most people wouldn’t expect them to carry infant car seats, like this Safety 1st Comfy Carry Elite Infant Car Seat. It normally sells for $99.99, but today you can purchase this infant car seat for $39.99! You’ll also qualify for free shipping, which is always a nice bonus!

This Safety 1st Comfy Carry Elite Infant Car Seat certainly looks like one cozy car seat! It has a 5-point harness, side-impact protection, a lightweight carrier, and even an aajustable canopy that can help protect your child from the sun. You can learn more about this infant car seat by clicking on the link above.

Since it’s so important to have newer infant car seats, especially since they do so many tests to ensure that they’re perfectly safe, this is a notable deal. Most people will tell you about the dangers of older infant car seats that were manufactured before a specific date, so make sure that you avoid purchasing one that’s used or that was given to you.

If you were to purchase this Safety 1st Comfy Carry Elite Infant Car Seat from Best Buy today, it would cost you $99.99. Listed below is a brief review of this infant car seat from a satisfied Amazon customer:

We purchased this car seat because it’s lightweight and reasonably priced, with good safety ratings. It’s easy to install and easy to use. While most friends of mine have fancier car seats, they constantly complain about how hard their seats are to carry (with babies under a couple of months old), and admire the size and weight of this one. I don’t see any reason to purchase an infant car seat with a higher weight capacity if you can’t carry it.

Limited quantities are available, so check out this deal when you have a chance. I hope you all enjoy the rest of your Thursday!

(Expiry: 30th October 2014)

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August 28

Costco Canada: Save $25 On Safety 1st Travel Ease LX Playard (Only $100)

Posted by on August 28, 2013 at 12:00 PM

Costco Canada: Save $25 On Safety 1st Travel Ease LX Playard (Only $100)

If you have, or are going to have a baby, you need one of these and if you’re going to have one of these, you might as well get $25 off at Costco Canada.

The Playard is normally $124.99, but you save $25. It will only cost you $99.99 with free shipping.

When we had our son, we had one of these and it was a life saver. We didn’t even have a bassinet, we just used the bassinet included in this until we were ready to put him in the crib. It has a change table built in too, which is super useful. It was especially helpful when we were going away. Cribs in hotels are always sketchy, and I don’t expect my parents to have a crib waiting for us, so this was a life saver. I’m almost 100% sure ours was a Safety 1st as well.

After he had outgrown the bassinet, we kept on using the Playard (play pen?) for quite a while. We even used it, at one point, as a barrier so he wouldn’t tear apart my entertainment system when he learned to crawl. We only stopped using it because he had thrown up in it once right before we had to pack it up. We cleaned it then packed it up and forgot to open it up when we got home, so it got mouldy. Even after he learned to crawl out of it, we still put him to sleep in it when we were travelling just so he had a padded place to sleep that he couldn’t roll off of in the middle of the night.

(Expires: 1st September 2013)

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February 2

Costco Canada: Safety 1st Boost Air Booster Seat Only $74.99

Posted by on February 2, 2013 at 2:00 PM

Costco Canada: Safety 1st Boost Air Booster Seat Only $74.99

Costco Canada is selling a Safety 1st Boost Air 100 booster seat for only $74.99, $20 off the original price of $94.99.

What is more important than the safety of your children? I spend as much as I can possibly afford (and more) on getting the best car seats. Moving to a booster seat is no exception. I actually even keep my child in their car seat as long as they fit, even though boosters are so much easier. This booster is a great price and has all the bells and whistles.

For a long time I wondered what the difference between those seats that do nothing more than elevate the child, and the high-back boosters. The answer is neck protection. In a side impact collision, this seat has Air Protect that works to diminish the force of the crash. It also has a second layer of defence, which allows air to escape from the headrest, channelling more crash energy away from your child.

For comfort’s sake there are padded, pivoting headrests, a removable, washable (so important, let me tell you!) full wrap fabric newsboy pattern pad, and a multi-position, adjustable padded headrest with deep-sided wings. If you are interested in a backless booster, this seat converts to that as well, which is great for moving it from vehicle to vehicle or taking it on trips where you might be on a plane then in a vehicle. There is also a slide-out cupholder on each side, which is probably the most important thing of all!

Your child should not move to a booster seat until they are at least four years old AND 40 lb. AND 40 in. My middle son is five, but he is tiny and slim. I think he’ll be ten before he gets out of his carseat.

The reviews are great for this seat, based on quality and comfort and very quick delivery by Costco.

Shipping is included in the cost of this product.

(Expiry: 10th February 2013)

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