January 28, 2019 - Introducing the Britax DualFit™ Combination Harness-2-Booster
Car seat easily transitions to booster mode for growing children; now available at Wal-Mart
FORT MILL, S.C. – January 28, 2019: Britax Child Safety, Inc., U.S. manufacturer of car seats and child passenger safety technology leader, introduces its new DualFit™ Combination Harness-2-Booster. This 2-in-1 car seat transitions into a comfortable belt-positioning booster once a child has outgrown their 5-point harness, offering real value for parents of growing children. Advanced Britax safety features like a SafeCell® Impact-Absorbing base and two layers of Side Impact Protection ensure a safe, smooth ride for children 2 years and older who weigh at least 25 pounds.
The DualFit Harness-2-Booster (US MSRP: $169.99) keeps kids in forward-facing, harness mode longer – up to 65 pounds – while booster-mode is designed for bigger kids up to 100 pounds. Transitioning to booster-mode is a cinch; simply tuck the harness safely within the seat and it’s ready to go.
Additional safety features of the DualFit include an impact-stabilizing steel frame to reinforce the connection point to the vehicle, and a patented V-shaped tether that slows and reduces forward movement during a crash.
Assembled in the U.S. with global components, the DualFit Harness-2-Booster is also built with comfort and convenience features. Multiple recline positions provide various options for comfort and the removable cover makes cleaning a breeze. The 8-position harness and headrest adjust to keep up with a growing child; no need to rethread. Push-bottom LATCH connectors simplify the installation process and color-coded vehicle belt paths help with belt positioning.
The DualFit Harness-2-Booster is now available at Wal-Mart in the Berkshire (black/grey) fashion. For more information about Britax, visit us.britax.com, or find Britax on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or Pinterest.
About Britax Child Safety, Inc. (The Americas)
Premium car seat, stroller and accessories manufacturer, Britax tests and builds its infant through harness-to-booster line of car seats in the U.S.A. using U.S. and global components. Britax engineers its car seats to meet U.S. and Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and makes significant investments in advanced technology, research and development to deliver safe products families can depend on. In 2011, Britax expanded its product line by acquiring BOB Gear, a brand that delivers high-performance strollers and stroller accessories. Britax Child Safety, Inc. employs more than 200 people at its headquarters in Fort Mill, S.C.