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Patricia Nolan Brown: Tether attached back seat safety mirror. Blue Ridge International Products Company, August 24, 2004: US06779900 (98 worldwide citation)

A device is described for observing an infant in a rear facing safety seat located in the rear seat of a motor vehicle. A rear seat mirror has a front reflecting surface and a back surface. A mirror positioning structure is connected to the back surface by a v-shaped arrangement of support surfaces. ...


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Li chu Chen Huang: Stroller in combination with a safety seat assembly. Hedman Gibson & Costigan P C, October 14, 1997: US05676386 (89 worldwide citation)

A safety seat assembly is assembled with a stroller. The safety seat assembly includes a base member having two ears each formed on one end portion thereof and each having a notch laterally defined therein for receiving a bar of the armrest of the stroller therein. A retaining block is formed on the ...


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Marty G Burgess: Child safety seat with alarm. November 2, 2004: US06812844 (71 worldwide citation)

Child safety seats with alarms notify the driver of a vehicle that an infant is in its carrier inside of the vehicle when a door is opened. Forgetting a child inside of the vehicle can result in severe injury to or the death of the child from extreme temperature conditions and/or dehydration. Child ...


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Mertens Wolfgang: Safety seat, particularly for automotive vehicles. Heizer Kurt, Greigg Edwin E, April 9, 1974: US3802737 (65 worldwide citation)

There is described a safety seat supported in its entirety by a frame formed of members deformable under impact. The length adjusting means for the seat as well as the adjusting means for the headrest also include deformable elements. There is further provided a backup means which supports the backr ...


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Capener Erwin L, Roth Julius: Vehicular safety seat. Stanford Research Institute, November 30, 1971: US3623768 (65 worldwide citation)

A vehicular safety seat having a seat portion, a backrest provided with a pair of movably mounted arms having forward portions which, on severe vehicular impact, are driven inwardly under pressure of released gases to a body-restraining position adjacent the torso of an occupant of the seat and imme ...


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Juichiro Takada: Child safety seat for vehicles. Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, August 3, 1982: US04342483 (63 worldwide citation)

A child safety seat for vehicles comprises a molded plastic seat having a bottom, back and protective sides and fitted with a padded cover. The plastic seat is carried on and strengthened by a tubular metal frame which is constructed to support the safety seat on a vehicle seat and to be secured in ...


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David W Burleigh, Waldemar Czernakowski, Hermann Wetter: Child safety seat. Britax Excelsior, Britax Romer Kindersicherheit, Davis Bujold & Streck, January 30, 1996: US05487588 (63 worldwide citation)

A child safety seat for use in a vehicle comprises a seat body having a seat portion and a backrest portion. In order to connect the seat body to a motor vehicle, a pair of attachment buckles are mounted by rigid links on opposite sides of the seat body for movement between first and second position ...


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Stuart V Mason: Safety seats for vehicles. Britax Excelsior, Hayes Davis & Soloway, September 6, 1983: US04402548 (60 worldwide citation)

A safety seat for a vehicle of the type comprising a shell 10 forming a seat portion 12 a back portion 14 and two side portions 16 and 18, which are covered by a fabric seat cover 50, is made adjustable in width by providing a plurality of filler strips 54, 56 which fit between the cover 50 and the ...


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Debra A Hittie: Padded infant seat liner. George C Atwell, September 22, 1987: US04695092 (59 worldwide citation)

A padded liner, primarily for use beneath an infant seated in a safety automobile seat, preferably in the form of a fanciful animal figure, comprises discretely-formed cushions joined by sewing at appropriate edges, thereby forming a substantially self-standing unit. The padded cushions or sections ...