Flower Power Car Seat


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I didn't realize there were child restraints that early. I thought the 80's was the beginning. Anyway cool that there were flowers!

New grandma

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My oldest two were born in '77 and '79. They had car seats, but I don't remember ever seeing any choices but plain colored vinyl. Flower Power looks great!


Admin - CPS Technician
If that were purple and gray it would look very similar to the print from a Complete Air I had about five years ago.

I still can't get over the name "Kantwet."


Admin - CPS Technician
I really have a visceral reaction every time I see that name.

It's too bad they weren't acquired by Evenflo.

The Evenflo Kantwet.

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