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Lost strap i have lost the waist strap when i was out with my child today so now i cant restrain my child so i was thinking of maybe ordering a replacement

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There is straps called baby buddy that you can get of allbybaby.com that will fit to the stroller.

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Tips on buying a highchair


When it comes to buying a high chair for your child there are several factors you must take into consideration including how easy it is to clean, your childs comfort, how to store the high chair (does it fold away), stability and price.


I have two children and for me the most important factor is by far how easily the high chair can be cleaned. I tend to lean towards chairs with machine washable trays. The chair we use is from Fisher Price and is a dream when it comes time to clean up. Here is a link to the product -


http://www.fisher-price.com/en_US/brands/babygear/products/56887


Next you should consider the comfort of your child. Look for a high chair with a cushion/padding on the seat. Your child will be sitting in the high chair for every meal so you should invest in a comfortable chair.


You should also consider ways in which you can store your childs high chair when not in use. If you do not have a lot of extra space, you may want to look for something that can fold up and be stored away.


Stability and safety are extremely crucial factors in selecting a high chair. Look for chairs with a wide base for immovability. I recommend finding a chair with secure waist and middle straps to ensure that your child is properly restrained.


Lastly, you will need to consider price. Find something that incorporates all of these features with your budget.

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How to Install a Child Seat


FOR LARGER KIDS: If the child is over 35lbs, use the belt and shoulder harness as you would an adult and simply extend the belt over the seat. You do not need to install any of the built in straps.

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SMALLER CHILDREN (UNDER 35 lbs):
1) If your child is under 35lbs get the locking clip that came with the seat if you have a seat with a shoulder harness attached. Otherwise, it isn't necessary. Pull the shoulder harness down to the base of the waste strap and then use the locking clip to bind it into place.

2) For a smaller child you will need to install the built in straps like so.

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3. Set the seat in place running the waist strap through the back of the seat and clipping it on the other side.


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Hi there. I have a smart trike classic.I would like to change it to 15month+ and have remved the sunshade and backing. However is there a seatbelt for it at this stage I cannot work out how to take the...


  • For 15 months you remover the headrest.
  • The safety rails come off.
  • As for the harness - there is a single strap that will go around your child's lower abdomen and wrap behind the seat. This strap weaves into a hole on a strap that runs from the front of the strap around your child's waist, under the seat itself and up to the waist strap in the rear. So basically the way the harness is set up for 10+ months old your gonna remove the over the should part of the harness and run the two buckles in front behind the seat.

Regards, Tony

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I purchased cosco car seat model #22491-AOL and there are no straps/ harness. Am I just suppose to use my car seat belts to restrain the car seat. It does have plastic under head piece to put I guess car...


Yes, this car seat is a booster seat rather then a harnessed car seat.

The requirements are 30-100lbs and 34" to 57".

It's generally recommended that boosters are not used until 5-6 years old when the child is able to sit in proper position in the car on both long and short trips after they have outgrown their harnessed seat.

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Broken waist ******** bugaboo frog


Hello. As a grand parent, I saw your question and hopped right to it. Here is the link to contact Bugaboo directly to order the parts that you need. enjoy.
http://www.bugaboostrollers.com/custserv/custserv.jsp?pageName=contact-us
ps kindly rate my answer as helpful. thanks. Joe

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Need to adjust restraining straps up to next position cannot get straps through and cannot see how they come out (No instruction Manual when bought) Actual Model not known but on a label has SI 2008 265776


Contact the manufacturer. They ought to email you a manual within minutes. Manuals for car seats are very important, so you'll know when your child outgrows it. In my car seats, the harness is hooked on the back to a metal buckle-looking thing that is attached to a piece of webbing. The webbing goes under the seat and out the front, where you pull on it to adjust the tension. Simply remove the harness straps from the buckle-looking thing, pull out the front, push through the higher harness strap position, and reattach to the buckle-looking thing.

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Adjusting the shoulder straps on the Maclaren volo stroller


What year is your Volo. Different years adjust differently. The newer ones have 3 height adjustment slots and a slider that adjusts the strap itself. They do not adjust way down though and even with teh straps as tight as they will go, they are still a little loose on my 15 month old granddaughter. I have found that buy tightening the waist straps it does keep her a little more secure.

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HARNESS FOR FRONT FACING EVENFLO TITAN CHILD RESTRAINT


there is another thread on this.

Basically, locate the ends of the straps on either side of the seat. You can remove the plastic end thingy and take the strap out. Then re-thread the strap. Remember to thread it through the thin grey strap (which adjusts the tension of the main shoulder straps) as well as the little metal guide at the back of the chair.

Your problem may also be that the length-adjuster (thinner grey strap) is too tight. You can loosen it by pressing on the button located just in front of the main buckle and pulling on the shoulder straps. This is also how you tighten the shoulder straps - by pulling on the thinner grey strap.

Generally, the shoulder straps should come out around the childs shoulder level. Higher is ok. Lower is bad because it doesn't secure him in.

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Maxi-Cosi Tobi Straps not working


I guess that you have perhaps solved your problem now but if not, have you seen this?

http://maxicosi.com/tobi/default.aspx

Hope this helps.

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