Recalled Car Seats you want to avoid

Your kids safety is always your number one priority. That’s the main reason why you don’t want to take it for granted when you’re looking for the best car seat. There are too many car seats available in the market. And it does always be that tough to find the best one and there are too many things to consider.

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You probably have limited information about car seats, making it hard for you to choose the best. There are other car seat facts that you don’t probably know about. The fact is, there are also unsafe car seats in the market that might put your baby at risk.

Car seat recalls are common that you might not aware of. Especially for products and brands that normally causes troubles and injuries to babies. It might sound unfortunate, but yes, there are a lot of car seats that are getting recalled every year.

Choosing a Car Seat Ideas and More

You might have thought that all car seats work the same and are in great condition because they’re new and they probably passed the quality control check. We all probably have that same impression. Yet, that’s far from the reality.

Your choice for the best car seat should still be based on the brands and prices. As always, quality always comes with a price. It’s simply about paying off your baby’s safety. Before you even settle for a particular car seat, it is important that you have the best knowledge of your every option. It would also be great if you know what are the best ones and the worse ones in the market.

List of Recalled Car Seats

Britax ClickTight Convertible Car Seats

seatReason: It may contain a defect with the harness adjuster button, causing a loose harness.

Graco Car Seats – SnugRide, SnugRide Classic Connect, SnugRide 30, SnugRide 35, SnugRide Click Connect 40, Aprica A30

Reason: Difficulty in unlatching the harness buckle. It often got stuck and can’t be opened. Thus, it would be hard to remove the child from it.

Orbit Baby G2 Car Seat Bases

Reason: The seat’s base which is used to secure might detached or spin. Thus, it may cause a great danger to the baby.

Britax Boulevard, Pavilion, and Advocate Convertible Car Seats

Reason: its chest pads are made of softer material that can be chewed into pieces by the kid. Thus, it might cause choking.

Evenflo Maestro Booster Seats

Reason: Higher risk in a crash event. It may create a crack at the front of the seat. That’s adjacent to the adjuster.

There’s a good list of recalled car seats and other baby gears in the market. You just have to make sure that you get a copy of the list. It can be a good guide for you to be able to find the best and the safest one for your kid. Keep in mind, not all products in the market are the best. The proofs are all these recalled items. Spend some time, energy and money if you want to get the best, and always look for car seat recall 2017


Major League Baseball Returns to Mexico in March

Baseball fans, rejoice! March is sure to be a great month to be in Mexico.
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After 12 years of hiatus, the current mayor of Mexico City, Mayor Miguel Angel Mancera, and the Major League Baseball Players Association have announced the return of Major League Baseball to Mexico last Wednesday, January 13, 2016. The exhibition event will be held on March 26 and 27, Saturday and Sunday, respectively, at Fray Nano stadium. The stadium can house an audience with an approximate headcount of 5,000 and has served as a home for the Red Devils, one of the official teams in the Mexican Baseball League. There is also news that the stadium will be renovated and expanded in order to accomodate 8,000 fans before the start of the Mexico City Series. The Houston Astros and the San Diego Padres will be the teams playing against each other in the two-game exhibition.

The operating chief officer of the MLB, Tony Pettiti said, “Major League Baseball is thrilled to be back in Mexico City, and we are particularly excited to showcase two of our clubs that play in such close proximity to Mexico. As we further strengthen the relationship between MLB and Mexico, it is our hope that we can continue to present our game and its bright young stars to the fans of our southern neighbor for years to come.”

The other figures present in the announcement were Jeff Luhnow – general manager of the Houston Astros, Jose Altuve – the second baseman of the Astros, and A.J. Preller, general manager of San Diego Padres, accompanied by Austin Hedges, the catcher of the Padres. Luhnow, who is also a native of Mexico City, says that he is excited to see his team play. “The Mexican people have a great love for baseball, so I know these games will be very well received,” he adds. Preller also possessed the same level of enthusiasm as the Astros coach. “We’re very excited to be in Mexico City and bring our game to Mexican fans,” he mentioned in the conference.

Many news channels and websites such as FOX Sports and ESPN have been spreading word of the news as soon as it came out. Both baseball teams were more than thrilled to reach out to their Mexican fans. The last MLB event held on Mexico was back in March 2004. And last year, on March 29, Mexico hosted an exhibition game where the Arizona Diamondbacks played against the Colorado Rockies. The match was held in Hermosillo, Sonora.