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    Baby B'Air Flight Vest

    Anyone ever heard of this or know anything about it? My lo is over 2 so if we fly home this summer she'll be in her own seat in a car seat. I'm not thinking of using it, just didn't know if it was a legit product. I'm guessing probably not.

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    Re: Baby B'Air Flight Vest

    I had one before I knew any better. It's not approved for use during take-off or landing. I used it mostly as a "handle" on my squirmy older lap baby until I learned I should buy her a seat. It doesn't do anything to keep the lap baby safe, just kind of "more" contained since they end up attached to your seat belt.
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    Re: Baby B'Air Flight Vest

    The problem with that is if you have turbulence and you get thrown against the seat in front of you the baby gets squished It doesn't seem as if it would help keep your child on your lap without you holding them, I could see the child still being able to fall off your lap, let alone any concerns I would have that it would hold up in a crash. And flight attendees would probably make you follow the same rule as baby carriers- that is you can wear your baby but not during take off or landing.
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    Re: Baby B'Air Flight Vest

    That's sort of what I figured.

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