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SANDE KIDS™ WATERPROOF LINER - CORAL PINK

Regular price $54.00

IT'S BEEN A LONG TIME SINCE I'VE ADDED SOMETHING NEW TO THE STORE BECAUSE I'M ALWAYS WAITING FOR THOSE UNIQUE, NEXT LEVEL LITTLE GAME CHANGERS & THEY AREN'T EASY TO COME ACROSS!

These new pram seat liners from Sande Kids definitely tick all the boxes though! Such a high quality, thoughtfully made product that solves a common parenting issue.

The Sande Kids™ Waterproof Seat Liner protects your child’s seat from sandy, damp and sticky messes. This handy liner is fantastic for the trip home from the beach or pool, camping holidays and any other situation you may have a messy child to transport.

Safe against your child’s skin, it is made from 100% food grade silicone which is non-toxic, hypoallergenic and free from nasties such as BPA, PVC, Phthalate and lead.

The Sande Kids™ Waterproof Seat Liner is a universal fit for most forward-facing harnessed car seats (6 months to 4 years old) sold in Australia. This liner is also a universal fit for most prams and strollers with a 5-point harness system. 

Features

  • 100% food grade silicone (BPA, PVC Phthalate and lead free)
  • Waterproof
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Soft and comfortable
  • Easy to use, clean and store
  • Universal fit for most forward-facing harnessed car seats (6 months to 4 years old). Also fits some harnessed strollers and highchairs.
  • Designed and crash tested to meet Australian Standard AS 8005:2020

This liner is not suitable for car seats containing a newborn insert or harnessed booster seats (~4 to 8 years).

Please see liner measurements to ensure the perfect fit with your pram or stroller before purchasing & check with your baby seat manufacturer if choosing to use in the car.

Australia Standards

As car seat safety is so important, we spent a long time researching and designing our Sande Kids™ Waterproof Car Seat and Pram Liner to ensure we were putting a safe product out into the market place.

The Sande Kids™ Waterproof Car Seat and Pram Liner has been designed to meet voluntary Australian Standard; AS 8005:2020 Accessories for child restraints for use in motor vehicles.

AS/NZS 1754:2013 Child restraint systems for use in motor vehicles was also consulted during the design and development process.

Our Liner has been voluntarily crash tested in accordance with AS 8005:2020, AS/NZS 1754:2013 and AS/NZS 3629.1:2013 (Methods of testing child restraints - Dynamic testing). Test results below.

As required by AS 8005:2020 in regards to materials and performance, the following was considered;

  • Toxicity
  • Flammability of materials
  • Bite resistance

Our Liner is made from high quality Food Grade Silicone which is naturally non-toxic, non-flammable and bite resistant.

Our Liner is soft and comfortable for little people. As it's non-toxic, it is gentle against young skin. It is non-flammable so no toxic flame retardants which are often applied to car seat fabrics were used.

Crash Testing

Crash Testing (or Dynamic Testing) was carried out by a world recognised NATA accredited testing facility in Melbourne on 4 August 2021.

The Crash Testing demonstrates that our Liner does not lessen the protection and performance offered by a child’s car seat. As our liner is a universal fit for most forward-facing harnessed car seats (6 months – 4 years), we weren’t able to test our liner in all car seats on the market. Instead, we tested our Liner in one popular make and model of car seat.

We chose the Britax Graphene Convertible Car Seat as it’s sold widely in Australia and also has a good CREP rating for safety. The CREP (Child Restraint Evaluation Program) independently tests car seats above and beyond minimum standards. The dummy known as TNO P3 used in the seat was the equivalent of a 3-year-old child.

Two identical car seats were used. For a baseline test, the car seat was attached via iso-fix in forward-facing mode to a dynamic sled. The P3 dummy was secured and frontal-impact was tested. The second seat was then attached to the sled in the same way, our liner fitted and the P3 dummy secured in and again frontal-impact was tested. The test showed there was no significant difference between the two tests.

In both cases “the dummy was retained by the restraint during impact” and “the Liner did not interfere with the normal performance of the car seat”. The following images show the baseline test versus the test with Liner.