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iBert Safe-T-Seat Front Child Seat (Green,38-Pounds limit)

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  • Front-mounted child bicycle seat designed for kids ages 4 and younger
  • 3-point harness and lap bar keep your child safe while riding
  • More fun than bike trailer and more interactive than rear-mounted carriers
  • Stays clear of knees while pedaling; easy-to-attach stinger assembly system
  • Safe for children up to 38 pounds and 42 inches tall; requires 3/4 inch of usable stem
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Product Description

The iBert safe-T-seat is a front mounted child seat that has many benefits over the alternatives. It allows you to have more interaction with your child while riding; the child has a better view; your bike will have better center of gravity; and it is easier and safer to load your child into a front mounted vs. a rear mounted seat. The iBert is designed so you can pedal your bike without hitting your knees on the seat and is easy and fast to install. The safe-T-seat is designed for children 4 and under. The minimum age is 12 months since the child needs to be able to sit up well and hold the weight of a helmet. The maximum height of the child using the iBert seat is 42 inches. Kids taller than that will be uncomfortable. The max weight for the seat is 38lbs. Installation takes minutes. You will need at least 3/4 inch of usable stem in order to attach the seat.

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The iBert safe-T-seat was designed on the premise that all child bike carriers are not created equal.


The safe-T-seat lets you interact with your child while riding.
Equipped with a three-point harness and lap bar, the safe-T-seat puts your child at the front of the bike, where she is safe, comfortable, and entertained. The front-mounted location is more fun than a bike trailer, which limits your child's view while putting her in the path of rocks, dirt, and other annoyances. It's also more gratifying than rear-mounted seats, as it lets you interact more with your child while providing a better center of gravity. And unlike many traditional front-mounted seats, the safe-T-seat sits high enough to stay clear of your knees while pedaling, installs easier, and sports more safety features.

Designed for children four and under, the safe-T-seat features iBert's patented stinger assembly system, which attaches and removes easily from almost any bike. The stinger system sits higher than other seats and is smooth on the bottom. Even if you're extra tall and hit your knees on the bottom of the seat, they'll just glide along the seat's smooth bottom edges. The safe-T-seat is safe for children up to 38 pounds and 42 inches tall. Kids taller than 42 inches will be uncomfortable. Parents will need at least 3/4 inch of usable stem to attach the seat.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 26.5 x 14.2 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0048MB82A
  • Item model number: 72-44-100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (175 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,071 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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72 of 82 people found the following review helpful By AC on March 24, 2013
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Note: my full review includes los of pictures and it can be found at my blog.

I love products that are well designed, functional, and multipurpose. My smartphone is probably the best example of this: phone, GPS, camera, music player, plus a layer of apps on top for even more consolidation and convenience.

Well, the iBert Safe-T-Seat may not be the same caliber of Swiss army knife as the modern smartphone, but by doing one thing really well, it makes my bicycle far more useful and multifunctional.

***Background

I've been using the iBert Safe-T front-mounted bicycle child seat since January of this year, and I'm certain Lucy and I have logged hundreds of miles together in that time. I track my miles like I track calories and carbs -- I don't.

What I really love about it, is that it allows me to spend time with Lucy while also spending some of my own excess energy. Since she sits so close to me, we chit-chat the entire time we're out riding together. Unlike rear-mounted child seats or pull-behind child-carrier style trailers, we are very much together on our rides -- and I'm sure she enjoys her view and her level of engagement quite a bit more than staring at her dad's back.

With the baby able to join us so easily, the iBert has helped make it possible for Amy and me to spend fitness time together, too. We've even committed to using our bikes for transportation (when reasonably possible) on those rare occasions when we eat out. Without any hesitation whatsoever, I can say that Jerk Chicken at the local gluten-free Caribbean restaurant tastes far better when you've biked your way there. Riding several miles on an empty stomach is a magical seasoning that goes great with all meals.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By S. Seaton on November 15, 2013
First off...let me start out by saying that the 1 and 2 star reviews are ridiculous. Anyone that knows anything about the implementation of tools and metals knows this is a quality product on inspection after delivery. I laughed when I read that the iBert 'bar' bent. It just so happens to be cast and milled aluminum which wouldn't bend if 200+ lbs of myself were hanging on it. If this seat were lose as others had stated then the installation process was done wrong and whomever installed it should be banned from tools as well as trusted to ride a bicycle with an infant. That being said...
This product was very well engineered and serves it purpose exceedingly well. I've had a few 'carriers' and I enjoyed this one the most with my son Cash. He was thrilled to have all the scenery in front of him as well as the comfort of the seat design and being inbetween my arms. He always felt protected and secure. It allowed conversation and engagement to the sights afforded by the unobstructed view. As he grew (over one hundred percentile since the age of 18 months) I was forced to remove the cross bar to allow for his larger size. He still loved it till the day I removed it as did I.

As for the misgivings????

Color...LOL. HORRENDOUS GREEN
I'm a single full time dad and enjoy my bike I've spent a large sum of money on to be personalized and cool. The color of this thing can make anything ugly. I understand that they make an Orange now...yippee. Why not Charcoal Grey?

Structurally speaking its sound and I trusted the most valuable thing in the world to me to ride in it....BUT I would change one thing. I'd reengineer the legs portion to come 'over' the bar to accommodate gargantuan children as my own. Lol. It was fine though...
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By User50 on November 17, 2012
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I gave this product 4 stars because I think as far as child bike seats go, this is one of the best out there.

But.... there are a lot of improvements that need to be made, and I hope the creators take it into serious consideration.

First, let me say, as I said in my first sentence: as far as child bike seats go, this one is one of the best out there, because it is one of only two products I could find where the child is in front, and not back. There is another one that is less expensive, that I initially passed on based on the reviews.... but now I am reconsidering...

The biggest pro to the ibert is obvious: Your child can see from a better vantage point, as opposed to staring at your back or being in one of those bike trailers (which I am not comfortable with).

The assembly was fairly easy (so says my husband).

For me, the obvious pro outweighs the cons, but there are several cons to consider.

1) The seat belt system really is not safe. The belts can easily slip off the shoulders of the child (even when you have them tightened on the child).

2) The seat itself does not rise high enough behind the child's head. My daughter is over 2 years old so I am not worried about her head flopping around while we ride (she holds it up just fine) - but God forbid if we crahsed on the bike, I would be extremely concerned about her neck!

3) The way the seat sits on the bike makes it difficult to get a childs legs in and out of. My daughter is just over 2, and as far as height/weight goes, she is in the 25th percentile for height and 50th for weight. So she's not a big kid by any means. Her last checkup she was 24 pounds. But in order to get her in the seat, we have to remove her shoes and put her in very carefully.
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