Friday, July 13, 2007

Car Seat Covers For Cool Kids

Tired of the plain, drab car seat covers that come standard with your kids’ car seats? Reusing the same car seat for baby number 2 (or 3 or 4) and want a change? Want to hide the vomit and sippy cup stains on your current cover?

Hot Toddies may be what you’re looking for. With lots of cool patterns and colors, Hot Toddies is a car seat cover available in three sizes (infant small, infant large and toddler) that are light, breathable and come in a variety of attractive patterns.

Looking to change my three-year old daughter’s drab green Britax toddler seat cover, I opted for the “Emma Swirl” in pink. The cover slipped easily over the current cover, taking just minutes to install (the straps line up with the manufacturer’s strap holes). After a few minutes, I took the kids for a “test ride.” My daughter’s words: “pretty.” She loved the vibrant swirl pattern and great colors. I loved the new, fresh look it gave her car seat. Additionally, I liked the light and breathable fabric…perfect for the hot days ahead this summer.
By Lisa Dawson -

This is a great review of a brand new product to hit the market. Thanks Lisa! We just received our 1st order of Hot Toddies Car Seat Covers and sold out of one pattern in the 1st weekend. It appears that some discerning mothers want a new look for their infant or toddler car seat.

Hot Toddies Car Seat Covers are currently available in 5 great fashions with more coming soon. Each fashion will fit over your existing Peg Perego Primo Viaggio SIP, Graco Snug Ride or Britax Marathon car seat. We have tried them out and they provide a nice tight fit and do not get in the way of any of the car seat straps. A lot of thought was put into the design and it shows. Check out this product if you want a unique look for your new car seat or need to update your older car seat.

As always, NEVER buy a used car seat seat that you don' know the history of and one of these covers to save a few bucks. Your child's safety is too important.

Richard Goore -

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