Passenger Safety Week: Britax and Brixy Bring You the "Dylan" Frontier ClickTight

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The first time I had my first child's first infant car seat put in my car, I went to the local fire department, where one of Connecticut's finest walked me through the critical installation steps. It was clearly a lot of firsts for me, and extremely overwhelming. He put his knee on the seat and used his whole body to push it down and evenly distribute weight and buckle things securely and balance things properly. It was a bit much to take in--and my infant hadn't even been born yet. To this day I find securing a car seat in a vehicle--be in mine, grandma's, or even a cab--to be a daunting endeavor and an intimidating task.

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It's Passenger Safety Week, and we've teamed up with Brixy, an association of 280 neighborhood baby stores, to show you the amazing Britax Frontier ClickTight, which is available exclusively in this sleek and stylish (but also durable!) gray-and-black "Dylan" design at your local Brixy affiliated store. (The Britax Boulevard ClickTight is also available in this color scheme.)

The Frontier harness-2-booster seat features the incredible ClickTight installation system that ensures everyone (you, me, Grandpa, and the babysitter!) can install with confidence. The idea is that if you can click a seat belt, you should be able to properly install this seat. SafeCell Impact Protection surrounds your child in safety and advanced layers of protection from Complete Side Impact Protection PLUS absorb crash forces and keep a little one’s head and neck secure. The Frontier ClickTight is appropriate for children two years and 25 pounds up to 90 pounds as a forward-facing harness; and 40 to 120 pounds as a booster seat.

Check out our video for additional features... and don't forget to buckle up! It may be Passenger Safety Week right now, but your child's well-being is of the utmost importance every single day of the year.

This is a sponsored post. We were given a sample for review. All opinions are our own.

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