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Manufacturers of car seats for children approach the issue of child comfort in different ways. Recently, we have been observing a rather disturbing trend where cutting costs is at the expense of the child’s comfort. Some car seats have a hard seat, others have hard headrests. It happens that the child sits on the upholstery lined with a thin sponge, plastic or styrofoam.

A child is not a dummy that sits all the time as it was placed during the test. Everyone is looking for comfort, because no one wants to sit on a hard chair when there is a comfortable armchair next to it …

OKIDAY insoles also have anti-sweat properties. They have special ventilation holes, where each hole acts as an air bellows, which forces air to move inside the seat, making the child’s skin constantly ventilated. In addition, the foams are passive, due to the fact that they provide more “air” between the backrest of the seat and, for example, the child’s back. Air bellows and extra space make the child’s skin sweat less and feel more comfortable, even on hot days.

A child who is uncomfortable changes his position in the seat all the time looking for comfort. Remember that only the correct sitting position of the child in the car seat guarantees mapping the dummy’s position during crash tests, which ensures safety, confirmed by tests.

Any other sitting position changes, sometimes significantly, the position of the seat belt in relation to the child’s body. A slack belt during sudden braking is not able to effectively hold the child in the seat. If the belt is positioned differently than recommended – because, for example, the child is sitting turned around or has slipped off the seat, it can cause significant injuries to the child by pressing on the child’s neck or stomach.

Therefore, we meet the expectations of parents and, out of concern for children, we increase their comfort when traveling in a car seat. Only when the child is comfortable is he able to sit properly in the car seat, so that all safety features have a chance to work properly.

OKIDAY soft anti-sweat inserts for child car seats ensure comfort and safety for your child and you!

For whom?

Soft anti-sweat inserts for car seats have been designed for children from 4 – 5 years of age. They can be used until the child needs a car seat, i.e. when he turns 12 years old. Standard inserts (BASIC) are available for smaller seats and in the XL version for seats with a wider seat.

How to mount?

Installing the inserts is very simple. They are placed under the original upholstery of the seat, thanks to which they remain in place at all times. The upholstery of each seat is flexible, so the inserts can be fitted to any seat, regardless of make or model. Remember to choose the correct width of the seat insert. An example list of compatible car seats can be found in the “detailed product description”, e.g. here: link. This is an open list, if a model is not listed here, check the width of the seat and order inserts with a standard width or wider in the XL version.

There are embossments on the insole, in which, depending on the needs, a hole should be made to pull, for example, a crotch strap.

Detailed insert assembly instructions are shown in the instructional video on our Youtube channel – link

Approvals and certificates

Soft anti-sweat inserts for children’s car seats have obtained a number of approvals and certificates – all to be sure that they are safe.

OKIDAY inserts have successfully passed crash tests (dynamic tests) and tests simulating the natural processes of long-term use, which is why we are sure that it is a safe and durable product.

They are certified by the Polish National Institute of Hygiene, so we know that they are safe for the health of the child. They also successfully passed flammability tests and the quality of the product and production management system was confirmed by TUN NORD, which issued a certificate for the inserts – “Proven product”. All tests were carried out in accredited testing laboratories.

Why does a laboratory need to be accredited?
Let’s say you go to the hairdresser or make-up artist – you want to look crazy, but who should you choose? – you ask your friends and when making a decision you use their opinion…

In the case of tests, opinions alone are not enough. The quality of services provided by testing laboratories, the competence of their employees, control over equipment, etc. must be confirmed by qualified external auditors (e.g. PCA), otherwise there is no certainty that the test performed simulates the conditions that occur, for example, during a collision and the obtained results translate directly into the health and lives of passengers.

You can read more about attestations and certificates at: www.okiday.pl/testy/