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    I've had word back from the company, and they'd like to assure everyone that the product does comply with AU standards as stated on their website, and they've had advice from various places (including ACCC) that the product meets any and all safety standards it needs to.

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    Sorry BH but I'd question what Australian standards they are conforming to? Two in particular that for crash absorption and flammability. I would also be keen to hear how many car seat manufacturers they have worked in liaison with. I can only see Korean certificates on their site and nothing referring to either of the points.

    I'm sure it's great in a pram but with car seat manufacturers categorically stating things like this should not be used I wouldn't be just taking a random companies word without proof.

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    I'd love to review for my DD who is 16mths. Live in tropical north Queensland and with the wet season coming it's hard to keep her cool, especially as I have no air con in the car.
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    I would love to review this liner as I have a little man who is 4.5 months and we live in Brisbane and the weather is certainly heating up. My little guy was prem so I think the extra padding will help a lot as he is still quite small for his age.
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    Every time I get my eight month old out of the car, he has a sweaty head. It doesn't matter how cool the air is, and we use window socks to break the direct heat but it isn't enough.
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    It seems a wonder product for summers, i would love to try it too but i live in Melbourne ( VICTORIA )

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    i would love to try this.
    i own a black car and it is kept outside so very hot.
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    I would love to review this product. As we live in qld we are about to go through one of the hottest summers. This would be perfect.
    All details are correct. Bub is 14 months

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    Quote Originally Posted by MINIRoo View Post
    Sorry BH but I'd question what Australian standards they are conforming to? Two in particular that for crash absorption and flammability. I would also be keen to hear how many car seat manufacturers they have worked in liaison with. I can only see Korean certificates on their site and nothing referring to either of the points.

    I'm sure it's great in a pram but with car seat manufacturers categorically stating things like this should not be used I wouldn't be just taking a random companies word without proof.
    Hi, I do understand where you're coming from, we just want everyone to be safe.

    We have checked with them and have confirmed that the seat meets any and all standards that it is required to. The company checked with Australian authorities before selling the product in Australia to make sure it is safe for use, and unless those very reliable sources are wrong, I think we can trust it is safe.

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    I'd love to test this on DS (13m) if we're allowed to do another one. DD tried one and loved it! Both of them are sweaty little beings lol.

    Address is correct (Queensland, Sunshine Coast)


 

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