27
Mar

Britax’s New Frontier 90 and Pinnacle 90 Offer New ClickTight Technology

Installing a car seat can be nerve wracking and time consuming. Have you installed it correctly? Is it securely tightened? Our town offers workshops to guide you with the installation process and if you visit your local police station, they will inspect your seat to make sure it’s installed correctly. Imagine if you could eliminate all of that and install your seat with one easy click? Britax has made that a reality.

Their new ClickTight technology can be found in the new FRONTIER™90 and PINNACLE™90 combination seats and allows parents to achieve a safe and secure installation every time with just three simple steps. When your child’s weight exceeds the weight limits or restrictions of the LATCH system (yes there are weight restrictions!) you are required to install the seat using the vehicles seat belt. The new BRITAX ClickTight installation system allows parents to use the vehicle seat belt to achieve a safe and secure installation throughout the life of the seat, in harness mode, without worrying about the child’s weight.

Both seats feature SafeCell Technology®, the energy-absorbing Versa-Tether®, Side Impact Cushion Technology™ and the capability to hold children up to 120 lbs.

The Britax Frontier 90 retails for $329.99 while the Pinnacle 90 retails for $369.99.Look for both seats in-store and online in late spring. You can check out the fashions on Britaxusa.com.

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.

   

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