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Toddler - 6-24 months, 16"-19" neck
  • Simple to use, Hands free for parents during flights, Baby Safety
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Product Description

Size: Toddler - 6-24 months, 16"-19" neck

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For parents who often take to the skies with a baby in their lap, this light, stowable item may offer extra peace of mind when worn during a flight. The soft cotton vest can be worn throughout a trip--many toddlers will think the bright red fabric and buckles a cool addition to their wardrobe. Three plastic buckles snap at sides and crotch, and the adult's seat belt passes through a nylon loop to secure child to parent. This harness would be a must-have accessory for the frequent-flying baby--if it were FAA approved for use during takeoff and landing. Currently it is not, a fact we felt the manufacturers should make much clearer than they do. During takeoff and landing, then, this simple vest/harness cannot (alas) replace the uncomfortable baby lap belts provided by the airlines, although it meets all FAA regulations for use during flight. --Richard Farr

Product Description

Simple to use, very comfortable for Parent and Child. Products a safe holding vest for infants/toddlers during Airline or Bus Flights

Product Details

Size: Toddler - 6-24 months, 16"-19" neck
  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000058DQA
  • UPC: 692652902124
  • Item model number: BB-90212
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,611 in Baby (See Top 100 in Baby)
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Customer Reviews

Plus, it's easy to use and comfortable for the baby to wear.
Polar Monkey
While this if for safety purposes and might help for turbulence, it will NOT work for keeping a wiggly toddler on your lap during flight.
Kelly L. Shoemaker
Enough mobility so she could wiggle and nurse but safe enough for me to feel better.
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Celebrity Baby on August 18, 2006
Size Name: Toddler - 6-24 months, 16"-19" neck
I can't believe someone rated this lower than 5 stars. I have been traveling with my daughter since she was born and she is now 2 years old. We have used the vest, probably 8 or more times:

When she was 6 months old my husband and I took a trip to Mexico and she was still nursing and on my lap. I felt great knowing that if we hit turbulance - she was attached to me.

When she was 7 months she went to visit Grandma with me to Florida and once again - it worked great. Enough mobility so she could wiggle and nurse but safe enough for me to feel better.

When she was a year - we were able to go to Maui and that was a long flight - once again we used it. And, we were never told by the flight crew to take it off during take off and landing although I understand you're not suppose to use it during that time (only cruising). The attendants seemed to think it was a great idea to have her buckled to me.

Lastly, there are enough adjustments on the vest to get a good fit. It may not be the perfect solution but IF YOU HAVE YOUR CHILD/BABY ON YOUR LAP - I truly believe it's better than nothing.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By L. Caster on January 12, 2007
Size Name: Toddler - 6-24 months, 16"-19" neck
Although I had read that some people weren't allowed by the flight attendants to use this product, I had no difficulty on either United or Southwest. No one bothered us about it, even during take-off and landing. The vest itself was easy to put on my 10-month-old, and gave us a little more peace of mind during turbulant conditions. It was especially nice to have it while nursing our daughter. I only wish I had gotten the smaller size- although our daughter was in the weight range for the toddler size, her shoulders were smaller than the head opening. I would recommend people err toward the smaller size when choosing this product.
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110 of 131 people found the following review helpful By Nosebleeder on December 31, 2009
The FAA has banned the use on aircraft of certain types of child restraints that may be harmful to a child in the event of an aviation emergency. These include backless booster seats, safety belt extensions (commonly referred to as "belly belts"), and vest or harness devices that attach to an adult. Although some that were manufactured before the FAA's ban may carry an insignia and/or language indicating they are approved for aircraft use, please understand that they are no longer permitted.
Approved Child Restraint Devices
Many of these carry the FMVSS.213 insignia and/or language indicating that they are "approved for use in motor vehicles and on aircraft."
Any CRD manufactured between January 1, 1961 and February 25, 1985, must have the following label: "This child restraint device conforms to all applicable federal motor vehicle safety standards."
Any CRD manufactured since February 26, 1985, must have both of the following labels: "This child restraint device conforms to all applicable federal motor vehicle safety standards" and "This restraint is certified for use in motor vehicles and aircraft."
Harness-type devices approved by the FAA:
At this time, the FAA has approved only the AmSafe Aviation CARES, which is appropriate for children weighing between 22 and 44 pounds.
The AmSafe Aviation CARES must have a label indicating "FAA Approved in Accordance with 14CFR 21.305(d), Approved for Aircraft Use Only."
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By baby love on April 13, 2007
Size Name: Toddler - 6-24 months, 16"-19" neck
I absolutely love the product. It gave me great peace of mind and helped control our little wiggle worm. Unfortunately, Northwest Airlines gave us quite a bit of grief on half our flights with them. They wouldn't let us use it and threatened to have us removed from the plane if we tried! This was even after we showed the card that specified FAA allowed its use during the inflight portion (not cruise and takeoff). So, buy and use with caution!!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By M. Schnoor on March 30, 2007
Size Name: Toddler - 6-24 months, 16"-19" neck Verified Purchase
This is useful on Domestic (U.S.) flights, but on International flights we found that the airplanes came stocked with extra toddler seat belts (which also work as extenders) that go around the waist. Not quite as secure as the Vest, but it does almost as well and is a bit less confining than the Vest. A good investment if you plan to fly a lot with a toddler (under age 2) but for one-time travel you may want to borrow from a friend, or use an airline-provided belt.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Fiona Reynolds on April 20, 2009
Size Name: Infant
I have used this for my older child and now will with my infant. So much better than just holding onto your baby. If you have a rough flight, or if the plane should rapidly lose altitude, this keeps your baby from flying away from you. If you can't afford another seat for your infant, this is some protection.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Maria Vittoria Pitzalis on April 22, 2008
Size Name: Toddler - 6-24 months, 16"-19" neck
I bought it but Air France and Iberia did not allow me to use it with my 5 month baby......
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53 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Sharon in France on March 12, 2008
This product does nothing to protect your child if anything goes wrong. It is basically just something for turbulence. The only way to fly safely is to have the child in a car seat and to strap it into a seat. There is no alternative.

Never have your child in this for take-off and landing. Your weight could come down on the baby in forward impact. Their site implys that this product will be approved but that is not the case. They also claim that it meets some sort of FAA standard, which don't exist.

A good baby carrier will do EXACTLY the same thing.
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