Newest Back Seat Mirror Just Released
2 Silly Monkeys Release Their Newest Solution for Parents
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) revised its policy on rear facing car seats in 2011. This was a big change for most parents. The AAP cited a study that found children younger than 2 years of age are 75 percent less likely to be killed or injured in a car crash if they are in a rear-facing car seat. Due to the change, it is now recommended that children remain in rear facing car seats until at least 2 years of age and depending on the car seat manufacturer, greater than 22-40 lbs.
Kids can be a distraction in the car. Whether they are inconsolably crying because they want something or suspiciously silent because they are up to something they shouldn't be, their fearlessness can be a major disruption when driving.
What makes the iSee Backseat Mirror different than other backseat mirrors? The large mirror and tilt feature allow the driver to see the cute little one in the backseat. This high quality and affordable product provides parents, grandparents, and everyone chauffeuring their little angels with peace of mind. By simply attaching the acrylic non-shattering mirror by securing the straps on the back seat headrest, the driver can position the mirror using the pivot feature to have the perfect view to see their newest passenger without having to turn around.
The iSee back seat mirror permits any driver to quickly view children in rear facing car seats while driving. This is an essential safety necessity. It allows the driver to not be distracted while driving, and also provides them with the ability to continually have a quick confirmation that their new son or daughter is safe.
For all looking to keep an eye on their newest addition even while driving, the iSee Back Seat Mirror will not disappoint.
About 2 Silly Monkeys
2 Silly Monkeys was founded on the premise that simple solutions exist to solve some of parents' biggest daily challenges. The founder had twin boys; forever changing her family's life. They quickly had to find ways to make life's chaos become more manageable including something as simple as seeing her boys while driving (iSee Back Seat Mirror). Passionate about helping simplify the lives of new parents, 2 Silly Monkeys has publicly committed that 1% of all profits will be donated to parents who have fallen on hard times and need assistance providing for their kids.
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