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Evenflo ProComfort and Platinum Car Seat Series

Disclaimer: This is a Press Release and Growing Up Madison received nothing in exchange for this post. We thought it was too good not to share with our readers.  

What's one thing that all parents with little kids must have? If you answered a car seat then you'll be correct. Moms taking to the road this summer will be happy to learn about the ProComfort and Platinum car seat series from Evenflo, both designed to promote a safer, more peaceful ride. From an exclusive gel-matrix material in the padding of the seat to temperature management fabric, the advanced features and technology in the seats in these two lines help mom focus her attention on the road instead of an upset, uncomfortable baby -- reducing unsafe situations that can lead to accidents in the first place.

Protecting Child From Overheating During Hot Months

Evenflo also launched the Platinum Protection Series of car seats that feature NASA-developed Outlast™ Performance Fabrics -- a temperature regulating fabric in the padding of the seats designed to keep babies and toddlers comfortable during both hot and cold weather. By actively absorbing and storing hot and cold temperatures and then releasing as needed, the innovative material balances a child’s body temperature, and helps reduces perspiration so the child stays drier (no more sweaty babies!)

The Platinum Protection Series includes innovative Buckle Pockets -- another great benefit to ensure safety. The pockets allow moms to tuck the buckle tongues away, making it easier to get a child in and out of the seats. Buckle Pockets also protects kids from hot buckle burns, since the metal buckles are kept out of the sun. The Evenflo Platinum Protection Series features four models: the Symphony™ DLX Car Seat ($249.99), Symphony™ LX Car Seat ($219.99), SecureKid™ DLX Booster Seat ($169.99) and Triumph™ LX Car Seat ($169.99) and are now available at Babies R Us.


Keeping Baby Comfortable

Moms don’t often think about how frequently they shift positions when they drive. From a short trip to the supermarket or a voyage across the country, a driver will shift multiple times in her seat to achieve the ultimate level of comfort, however  a child doesn’t have this liberty once secured into a car seat. The ProComfort Protection Series of car seats feature a gel matrix technology that reduces pressure point build up alleviating a child’s discomfort and offering better short-term and long-term comfort . The NEW Evenflo ProComfort Protection Series features three models: The Triumph™ LX Car Seat ($149.99), Symphony™ DLX Car Seat ($249.99), and the Amp LX High Back™ Booster Seat ($69.99) and are now available at Target.

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Annmarie John
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  1. The Pro Comfort looks amazing. That is great technology what a wondeful car seat. I will have to check this out

  2. It is about time a child car seat maker decided to use materials that will keep the child comfortable-not too hot and not too cold. And I am glad to hear that it is now only the adults whose hands will get burned from putting on their seat belts--that metal gets really hot!!

  3. They need to make our car seats out of that same material that keeps the child from getting sweaty. I hate sitting on a seat and sweating my legs off.
    I can remember when my Grandkids were young. Those darned buckles always got in my way when I tried to get them out. Great idea to have a place to tuck them away.

  4. Sounds like Evenflo is leading the way when it comes to car seats. Wish the others would do the same. I have a car seat for my niece and during the summer whenever she rides with me, by the time I take her out her back is soaked, sometimes even with the AC on. Would love to have one of these.

  5. That sounds like an awesome car seat. I had an Evenflo car seat with both of my boys back when they were babies, too! Good stuff.

  6. What a nice feature. My son has an Evenflo car seat, it is much better than the one my daughter had.

  7. What a great new technology they have come up with for this car seat.

  8. Looks like a comfy car seat with lots of features. You always have lots of new stuff to tell us about. :)

  9. Very inventive! Looks like a nice seat that I wouldn't mind relaxing in, myself!

  10. This looks like one amazing car seat and sure sounds like it!! I really am in love it! I wish they out this out with my son!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

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