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New Parent Proof Car-Seat

New Parent Proof Car-Seat

Do you remember your first sweaty attempt to install your baby's car seat? Since so many of us apparently do it incorrectly, there's now a product that promises to make doing it right a lot less stressful.

The First Years has just introduced an electronic monitoring system that will let you know if your child is safely in his or her car seat. Their IAlert System will send messages to your smartphone if the seat is installed improperly or if your child becomes unbuckled. It will also let you know if the temperature inside your car is too hot or cold for you baby or if you've left your child in a parked car.

IAlert will work with The First Year's True Fit Convertible Car Seat. It'll be available this Fall, but pricing hasn't been announced yet. 

Read the full story at Foxnews.com.

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