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THink Safety

Convenience Isn't Always Where It's "At"

Over the past 10 years baby gear manufacturers have determined that developing travel "systems" for babies (which include the car seat/carrier combos) are more "desirable" than having separate car seats and infant carriers.

As a result of this marketing "ploy" hundreds of babies have been injured and even worse, killed, as a result of the carrier portions of these "systems" becoming dislodged when there is a collision and causing the baby to "catapult" out of the car seat base. In addition, the hollow, injection molded handles are developing hairline "cracks" due to the exposure to the UV rays of the sun during normal use and suddenly "breaking apart" while people are carrying their babies about--resulting in head trauma and severe contusions to hundreds more babies.

Why do we think that "convenience" should take the place of ensuring our babies' safety? Why not keep the car seat separate and apart from the carrier function and use a carrier that is DEVOTED to just that.

Sharon Abendschoen/CEO
See Shell Baby Products LLC

At "See Shell Baby Products LLC" our main focus is the SAFETY of our products. That is why we have decided to make the HANDLE of the "See Shell" from STRONG but lightweight METAL alloy, instead of the PLASTIC used by the mfrs. of the popular car seat carriers now on the market.

Please refer to the article below taken from the www.imsafe.com website entitled "Century Car Seats and Carriers".

Be assured you will NOT have that problem with the "See Shell Baby Carrier" handle. We are covering the handle with a CUSHIONY ¼" thick polyfoam sleeve for your ease in carrying -- thus greatly reducing the strain on your arms and back.

As we mentioned earlier, our main focus is SAFETY -- we welcome your comments.

"IMPORTANT UPDATE: On September 17, 2002, the See Shell Baby Carrier passed the very important Handle Integrity Test and other important portions of the latest ASTM Spec. F2050.01 for Hand Held Baby Carriers. This test was conducted by an independent testing lab, ACTS Testing Labs of Buffalo, NY. See Shell Baby Products LLC is now confident we have the most TRULY safe infant carrier available today. See our new press release for additional information.

The See Shell Baby Carrier has been tested for design safety by an independent consumer safety laboratory, ACTS Testing Labs, Buffalo, NY as of May 7, 2001.  This was done for reassurance that our design innovations have indeed added to the safety of our infant carrier. 

 

 

Century Car Seats and Carriers
 
Recall Type: Car Seats & Carries
Safety Risk: Fractures
Company: Century Products Co.
Phone: 800-837-4044
Web-Site: www.centuryproducts.com 

(Oct 13, 2000) WASHINGTON, D.C. - In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Century Products (Century) of Macedonia, Ohio, is recalling about 4 million infant car seats/carriers. When the seat is used as an infant carrier, the handle can break. An infant inside the carrier can fall to the ground and suffer serious injuries. "The break can happen unexpectedly and the seat can drop to the ground,"said CPSC Chairman Ann Brown. "Century is providing parents with new handles for their carriers. Installing the new handle will help keep your baby safe and secure."

Century has received more than 2,700 reports of handle-related problems, including handles breaking, cracking or possibly not being locked while the seat is being used as a carrier. In addition to these reports, Century has also received over 200 reports of injury, including concussions, skull fractures, lacerations, broken bones, bruises, and scratches as a result of such handle-related problems.

"Riding in a child safety seat on the car's rear seat for every trip is the safest way to transport young children in a motor vehicle," said NHTSA Administrator Dr. Sue Bailey. "The recall announced today is only related to using the seat as a carrier(not how the seat performs while in a car. Parents should continue using these carriers as car seats." The recall involves all Century rear-facing infant car seats/carriers with one-piece handles manufactured from January 1991 through July 1997. The date of manufacture, written as month, day, year (010191 through 073197), can be found on a label on the side of the seat. The recalled car seats/carriers have a molded, one-piece, one-color plastic handle colored white, gray, or tan.

Juvenile product, mass merchandise and major discount stores nationwide sold the car seats/carriers for about $40 when sold alone to about $130 when sold with a stroller.

Century will provide consumers a free easy-to-install replacement handle. Consumers should not carry the seat by the handle until it has been replaced. Consumers can continue to use the product as a car seat. CPSC, NHTSA and Century remind parents and caregivers to always restrain infants according to instructions when in the car seat/carrier. Always be sure the handle is locked in the carry position before picking up the carrier.

To receive a free replacement handle, call Century toll-free at (800) 865-1419 anytime, or visit Century's web site www.centuryproducts.com. Consumers should have the car seat in front of them when they call. Consumers with questions about this recall campaign should call CPSC's Hotline at (800) 638-2772 or visit CPSC's web site www.cpsc.gov. Information also is available at the NHTSA's toll-free Auto Safety Hotline at (888) DASH-2-DOT (327-4236) or visit NHTSA's web site www.nhtsa.dot.gov. The NHTSA number to call in the Washington, DC area is (202) 366-0123.

 


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