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The safe-T-seat lets you interact with your child while riding.
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.
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We love this thing. Our little girl gets so excited and loves the bike rides. The iBert was easy to install and works great. We haven't had any issues.Published 6 days ago by Whitney Lanier
This is an awesome product.... was easy to install...... my 18 months old. Did not want to get out of it .... Read morePublished 1 month ago by dave singh
Easy to use. My 1 year old fits securely and absolutely loves the front row experience. Definitely happy with my purchase. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
We've been using this bike seat for over two years, starting around my child's first birthday, to commute to/from work and preschool. It's become a big part of our lives. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jen
My wife and I bought this as a birthday gift for our 1-yr old son. The instructions clearly walked you through the installation, which was simple and easy. Read morePublished 3 months ago by John J Comerford
Very easily installed on my cruiser bike. I'm 6'4" tall and find there is suffice clearance so I can pedal without banging my knees. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Paul Inzani
My 2-year-old son loves it, asks to go for a ride frequently. I have it mounted on a very sturdy Schwinn mountain bike, and it does not hurt the handling very much. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Samatva