Evenflo’s Newest Car Seat Can Save Lives

Earlier this week, a 2-year old child in Kansas was spotted in a locked car in a parking lot. A few civilians managed to break the window and save the baby just in time. The cousins of this baby claim that “it slipped their mind” that the baby was in the car. Sadly, these types of cases are occurring more often than they should.

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Luckily, Evenflo along with Walmart have found a way to ensure that this does not happen. The Evenflo Advanced Embrace DLX Infant Car Seat with SensorSafe technology (releases July 24, 2015) has a sensor on the harness chest clip that sends a Wi-Fi signal to a wireless receiver that is plugged into the car’s data port. If the chest clip is not released after the ignition turns off, the clip emits a series of tones (not annoying, but definitely noteworthy) to remind the driver about the baby in the car. The sound stops when the harness is released. This 2 piece system does not require Bluetooth or a cellular phone, but it will only work in cars made after 2008.

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The Evenflo Advanced Embrace DLX Infant Car Seat with SensorSafe technology will be available online on July 24, 2015 and will retail for $150. I presume this infant car seat will be popular because who wants to be that parent or caregiver who makes a careless but life threatening mistake.