Thursday 24 Jul 2014

Where was I sitting?

Care for your kid’s safety with a simple neat little product that can help protect your child from accidents resulting from unexpected air turbulence.

CARES have developed a simple restraint system for children sitting in their own airplane seat. The restraint takes the place of the car seat that you see many parents pushing and struggling to put into the aircraft seats.

Features: The restraint only weighs 1 pound and easily fits in a pocket or purse. The CARES Child Aviation Restraint System has been designed specifically for air travel being portable and light weight and very easy to use. Best of all it only takes one minute to install with the regular lap belts on aircraft. The restraint is FAA approved and has been certified for use in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the UK.

Case for a quality restraint In August 2008 a Qantas aircraft en route to Perth, Australia was involved in a serious altitude fall accident those on board injured on the aircraft were likely not be restrained in their seats correctly all not restrained at all. Any children that were travelling who were not restrained would have easily been thrown from their seats, hence the importance of such simple restraints like the CARES restraint.

Being a dad and one who is left lugging the bags and kids around the airport this simple, effective and approved device may just be as good as your first G&T after take off!

Find out more about this CARES Child Aviation Restraint System.

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James is the founder of Little Nomads a travel site which focuses on all things about traveling with kids. He lives on the Northern Beaches of Sydney with his wife and two energetic kids which keep him on his toes. Weekends, you can find him on or in the water around Pittwater. James also hates writing about himself in the 3rd person! Follow James on twitter @littlenomads or Google Plus +James Hayward

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