Shopping Cart Safety


As per the American Academy of Pediatrics, an expected 24,200 kids were dealt with in US clinic crisis divisions in 2005 for shopping basket related wounds - 85% of those were kids under 5. Who knows what number of others were dealt with in pediatrician's workplaces or who went untreated.
This means about 95 shopping cart-related injuries occur daily. Large retail chains with a national market share of even 5% can therefore expect somewhere close to half a dozen customers being injured in or around their stores each day.

Injuries to the head and neck seem to be among the most prevalent type of injury. The AAP's 2006 Policy Statement offers some insightful statistics:
The most widely recognized anatomic site of harm is the head and neck area, representing 74% of shopping basket related wounds among youngsters more youthful than 15 years, 79% among kids more youthful than 5 years, and 92% among kids more youthful than 1 year."

The announcement goes ahead to express that "notwithstanding cracks and blackouts, passings have been accounted for from tumbles from shopping baskets and tip-overs.

Straps and Wraps is exactly what the specialist requested. You no more need to depend on filthy, broken, missing or disgracefully introduced belts. We offer a full over the shoulder saddle like an auto seat to keep your youngster from hanging over the side, inclining forward and putting their mouth on the germy handle and above all from standing.

Stage 1 - Use the lap belt with your baby bearer to secure it to the highest point of the shopping basket. Once your child has outgrown the bearer, string the lap belt again into the bridle and utilize it that way. The belt is double purposed.

Stage 2 - Our lap belt goes over the tyke's genuine lap (not under the arms) and joins to both sides of the truck with clasps while the saddle goes up and over the youngster's head and shoulders, down the truck seat back and utilizes another style of Velcro that sneaks past the truck and creases back on itself holding the tyke safely.

Introducing your Straps and Wraps takes only a few moments. With 5 way flexibility it will fit a kid from the time they can sit up in a truck unassisted (around 6-8 months) until they have maximized the truck weight limit which for most children is about age 3 or 4. Straps and Wraps was tried on all sizes of trucks from the little, contract ones up to the twofold seaters at discount stores and everything in the middle. It chips away at both plastic and metal trucks and in conjunction with your fabric truck spread - simply supplant their belt with our saddle.