The KURA Organic Baby Wrap has been safety tested

Kura Organics Car Seat Blanket Safety Tested

✓ TESTING BASED ON EUROPEAN SAFETY STANDARDS

As parents ourselves, not only do we want our products to make parenting easier, we want you to relax and enjoy them without worrying.

There currently is no legislation in place governing car seat accessories however that wasn’t good enough for us. The safety of children and parents peace of mind is absolutely essential to us, therefore we‘re extremely happy to announce that our products have now been safety crash tested.Our testing was based on the same type of testing performed for UN Regulation 129.

Using similar test conditions that measure the safety of child car seats in Europe, it was shown that our product does not compromise car seat safety.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

⚠ WARNING! Some viewers may find the following video distressing.

UN R129 (i-Size) leads to increased safety

Car seats approved according to the i-Size regulation provide the following major safety improvements:

✓ Better protection for the head and neck of babies with mandatory rearward-facing to 15 months

✓ Better head, neck and all over protection due to first-ever standardised side impact testing

✓ Safer installation using ISOFIX therefore reducing misuse

✓ Easier to choose the right sized car seat because of length classification

✓ Better compatibility between car and child car seats

 

Car seat safety tips to ensure your baby is as safe as possible

✓ USE THE CORRECT HARNESS SLOTS: On rear-facing car seats, the shoulder straps should come through the car seat slots at or just below your child’s shoulders.

✓ HARNESS TENSION: Ensure your harness is snug enough by doing the pinch test. After you buckle and tighten the harness, pinch the harness at the shoulder. If the harness is snug, your fingers will slide off the webbing. If the harness is loose, you will be able to pinch the webbing between your fingers. A loose harness is a common mistake and is not safe. Keep tightening the harness until it passes the Pinch Test. Harnesses should be tight enough on the child that you can just get 2 fingers between the child and the harness – with your fingers lying flat against the child’s collar bone.  

✓ AVOID THE USE OF BULKY COATS & SNOW SUITS: During a crash the material of a bulky winter coat or snow suit will compress making the harness straps too loose on the child. When the harness straps are not snug on the child’s body, they don’t do their job of helping the child come to a gentle stop during a crash. The KURA Organic Baby Wrap has been safety tested and is a great solution to keeping baby safe, warm and comfortable in car seats. It is also 100% organic which helps to naturally regulate baby's temperature.