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    Another "safe" product

    http://www.skymall.com/shopping/deta...d=203072822&c=

    A comfy hammock for lap babies to lay in on the plane.
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    Re: Another "safe" product



    It looks like the Grandma Knows seat repurposed.

    I barely trust the latch for the airline tray to hold
    the tray itself--let alone the weight of a baby.

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    Re: Another "safe" product

    I like this...
    "For in-flight use only, per FAA regulations the seat is not to be used during taxi, take-off, turbulence or landing."

    Um, if you can't use it during turbulence, what's the point?

    I actually kind of like the idea, but they need to find a better way to attach it and allow it to be used for the entire flight.

    I would just take the baby in a carseat though.

    Katie, momma to Kayleigh 5/9/2006 and Samantha 5/8/2012

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    Re: Another "safe" product

    For $50, how is that supposed to make things more convenient? I'm kind of missing the point. Is it for feeding or sleeping? It just doesn't look very solid.
    Former Flight Attendant, 13 years, 2 companies in 5 countries
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    Re: Another "safe" product

    All I can think, looking at that, is "baby airbag". I might be more comfortable if the airplane had upper body restraint- but, really, it's just a bad idea.
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