CARES Child Aviation Restraint System

CARES Child Aviation Restraint System
Updated on : January 28, 2013
Category : Car Seats
List Price: : $ 74.99
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CARES Kid Aviation Restraint Program

CARES Child Aviation Restraint System

  • Safety harness created especially for aviation travel
  • Compact – fits into 6″ stuff sack – weighs just 1 pound
  • Simple to set up takes less than 1 minute
  • Adjusts to match practically each and every size airplane seat
  • Developed for young children 1 year and older weighing 22-44 pounds and up to 40″ tall

CARES Kids Fly Protected aviation restraint is made especially for aviation use for young children age 1 and older who weigh among 22 and 44 pounds. These youngsters are old enough to be in their own seats, but are too small for the seat belt alone to shield them. Their bodies can’t withstand the jolts that are widespread in routine transportation, much much less emergency scenarios, and they flail forward or slide beneath the seat belt if they are not held securely in location.

Every year much more and more young kids fly. But until CARES Little ones Fly Protected aviation restraint came along, what was missing was a convenient, hassle-free way to preserve young flyers protected. Here’s what makes CARES such an invaluable travel remedy:

CARES Children Fly Protected aviation restraint is the initial and only aviation Child Safety Device to be certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as an option to a automobile seat.

CARES Youngsters Fly Protected aviation restraint is an elegantly created belt-and-buckle device that performs in conjunction with the standard airplane seat belt and offers young travelers the same level of security as a car seat.

CARES Children Fly Secure aviation restraint weighs just one pound and fits into a six” stuff sack! It is simply portable, basic to install, adjustable to nearly every size airplane seat, and usable on any seat in the airplane, except in the emergency exit rows.

Need to have your automobile seat on the other end of the trip? Just verify it via as luggage and carry CARES Youngsters Fly Safe aviation restraint on board in your pocket!

CARES is manufactured exclusively by AmSafe Aviation, the foremost manufacturer of aviation seatbelts and pilot restraints in the globe. (Turn more than your airplane seat belt buckle. Chances are it says AmSafe.)

CARES is produced of the same industrial-strength webbing as your own seat belt and is engineered to the highest aviation-security requirements.

Consists of: Restraint, instruction card, instruction video on DVD, and travel bag.

The most recent in Youngster Security Seats from Chiico – the World’s biggest infant brand. This easy-to-comply with video will show you the attributes of the Chicco Important 1 Isofix Child Car Seat. The Important 1 Isofix system is the most revolutionary, sensible and safest program for fitting a kid seat into the vehicle. With this security device, the Essential 1 Isofix is not merely placed on the seat of the car, but it becomes an integral portion of the car’s structure. With it is 3 point locking device, the Important 1 Isofix makes it possible for you to match the kid seat into the auto utilising the rigid base that guarantees maximum security and protection in the event of an accident. The Key 1 Isofix method does not need the use of the car’s safety belt, for that reason avoiding the threat of incorrect fitting. •Approved from 9 up to 18kg. •The Isofix method is really sensible for the mother, and protected and comfy for the youngster for the entire period of use (+-1 to 4 yrs). •The 1-piece frame has a thick layer of shock-absorbing polystyrene to reduce abdominal strain and whiplash effects on the neck and head. •Adjustable Security System: The headrest and 5 point safety harness can be adjusted to six various heights with a single movement, following the child’s growth. •The shoulder straps in special non-grip material preserve the harness in the correct position and avert it from twisting. •The Ergos padding gives maximum comfort to the important points of the physique: head, lumbar area and legs. •Fitting the Key 1 Isofix is quite easy and rapid

Solid Advice For Being A Better Parent

I’m sure the day your child was brought into the world was the most amazing day you’ve lived! You have never felt a connection so strong to a human as you do with your child. Use the parenting advice in this article so the connection and relationship you have with your child remains as strong as it can.

Every parent needs to take some time off from taking care of their children. Even if you are only able to get away for a one or two hours, ask a trusted friend or family member to watch your kids for you. Without the occasional break, parents are more likely to become very stressed. This increases tension in the household and may cause a mom or dad to snap at their children.

Do not bring junk food into the house if you want to maintain healthy eating habits. If sweets are not an option, your child will eat something healthier instead. Only allow your children to eat junk food on special occasions.

Don’t expect an instant bond with your stepchildren. It is not uncommon to resent their parents’ separation. By going slowly and not trying to accelerate a bond, you and your stepchild will gradually learn to coexist and perhaps even become buddies.

Children naturally seek independence. By assign chores to your children they will gain confidence. Having your child help you unload a dishwasher is a good idea. Another good way to help your children gain their independence is to have them sort socks while you fold the remaining laundry. These things will help them to feel they are being helpful, and will also help them to feel independent.

Although taking care of your children may be your primary focus, it is important to take care of your needs as well. Take a few minutes every day to relax and rejuvenate, no matter what you have going on. This will make you less stressed and happier, which will benefit your children ultimately.

Praising your child for things you want them to do, instead of telling them what they should not do, can help curb bad behavior. Children may be more tempted to do something if they know they are not allowed. By concentrating on the things they are permitted to do, you give the child the sense that they have a lot of freedom and control.

It is very important to establish a strong relationship with children when they are younger. As they grow they will be able to share things with you because they feel safe and comfortable. Utilize some of the ideas provided in this document to establish a relationship with your child, or strengthen the existing relationship.

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What customers say about CARES Child Aviation Restraint System

  1. Nikki Rehman "Professional Mom" says:
    254 of 259 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Useful for shorter flights, June 2, 2008
    Nikki Rehman “Professional Mom” (Seattle, WA) –

    This review is from: CARES Child Aviation Restraint System (Baby Product)

    We just bought the CARES restraint for our flight from Washington to Texas last month. We have the heaviest car seat ever made, I think, and I just wanted to check it, not struggle with it on the plane. The restraint did keep him in his seat, but I had two complaints.

    First, I was disappointed that there was no strap between his legs to keep him from sliding down in his seat. I can see how one mother was concerned about strangulation, though I suspect if left to his own devices, my 2-year-old might have just finally managed to wriggle out of it altogether. In our case, I was frequently boosting him back up in his seat and had to keep a hand on him to keep him from wriggling back down during his fussiest moments. Now that I’m familiar with the problem, I may be able to rig a solution before we use it again.

    My second concern was that the strap does go around the back of the child’s seat, which means either you have to open the tray of the passenger behind you to install the strap, then close the tray back up, or in some cases (according to the instructions,) install the strap around the tray of the passenger behind you, rendering their tray useless and making it impossible to use the strap during the flight when that passenger would need their tray. Since I have this innate fear of annoying people, that would have really bothered me, but fortunately, since we are a family of five, we took up two rows anyway and I was able to make sure the baby was in front of one of us.

    I would probably use it again for a four-hour flight like that one to avoid the hassle of maneuvering that car seat through the narrow aisles of a plane, but for longer flights I will probably stick with the car seat both for his sleeping comfort and my peace of mind.

    Edited 11-12-10 to add: I never did use it again. I found it much less stressful to just buy the lightest, easiest-to-carry car seat I could find for traveling. We chose the 12.5 lb Cosco Scenera Convertible Car Seat from Target for under $50, and it’s been fine – it just needs some extra head support for napping.

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  2. Craig R. Weisz "Family traveler" says:
    60 of 62 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good child flight harness, April 27, 2008
    Craig R. Weisz “Family traveler” (Los Angeles) –

    This review is from: CARES Child Aviation Restraint System (Baby Product)

    This is a great product for kids who are too big to travel in a carseat but may be too small to be firmly held by a lap belt alone. Certainly this product is lightweight and portable, a pleasure after lugging carseats onto airplanes. It installs quickly and easily. The only downsides are that when it is fastened firmly, it’s hard for the child to lean over and sleep. I loosened it so my son could lean to the side with a couple pillows. Also when it is pulled tight, the main strap pulls away from the seat and may not be comfortable for the child’s head. Sometimes you have to play with the installation. Overall, though, it’s a great product. While it may seem a little bit like overkill, after one bout of severe turbulence on an airplane, you will appreciate its value to keep your kids safely strapped to their seats.

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  3. hollybloom24 "hollybloom24" says:
    60 of 64 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not a great device, May 7, 2008
    This review is from: CARES Child Aviation Restraint System (Baby Product)

    I bought two of these for my twin daughters (just turned three) for a flight to Jamaica. They certainly are easier to carry through an airport than a car seat, and easy to install, but the way the straps are situated, if you child falls asleep (as mine did) the strap/top buckle hit right around the neck if your child slides down or slumps at all, making the device quite dangerous. Our child literally had an indentation on her neck from this device. Several people sitting around us commented how dangerous the device could be to a sleeping child, including the flight attendant. (And yes, the device was correctly installed.)

    If you choose to use the CARES harness, I would suggest only using it for take-off and landings, and use the regular lap belt during the flight.

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