Friday, October 19, 2012

New Award Winning Children's Safety Products Announced by Dorel!

I wanted to take a moment to share with you something I found interesting this week.  Dorel Juvenile Group  has received two JPMA Awards and is announcing some new products available in the US.   Included are the Safety 1st Advanced Solutions Collection, Bebe Confort line, Baby Art line, and the introduction of the Quinny Yezz.



 It is such a huge honor to be recognized by the JPMA for not only one award but TWO!  The Yezz by Quinny is super light weight, only takes seconds to go from folded to strolling and back again, is extremely durable, and makes maneuverability a cinch!  It has a classic European flare to the design and comes in mulitple colors including yellow, two different blues, grey, purple, and red.  It stands when it is folded, and it has several seat options so the stroller can have a personalized design.  It retails for $279.  



The Baby Art line offers contemporary solutions to capture milestones. This includes sculptures, magnets, photo frames, and more, and is very affordable with prices in the range of $20-$40.  



These products are at the ABC Expo in Kentucky which is in full swing right now, and you are hearing about it as it happens here!

40 comments:

  1. Wow they sure do have some pretty sleek designs. Love that you are blogging in real time, makes the events seem so much more fun and enjoyable.

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    1. I want to know where these were when mine were little? I had a Pleko 3 stroller which I thought was sleek 3 years ago, but looks like a dinosaur compared to this one!

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  2. That car seat looks super comfy!

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    1. And I love love the color. I adore teal and silver or teal and lime together!

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  3. I love the Baby Art line! What a wonderful accomplishment!

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    1. I know, and the line is super reasonable. Even this mom of four can get some quality pieces

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  4. Betsy Rubendall Barnes
    pinktaz60@hotmail.com

    The Baby Art Line is awesome! Wish I would have had some of their products 19 years ago :)

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    1. I know right? They didn't even have a great selection 9 years ago!

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  5. Wow that is one fancy car seat, love the color! Amazing how much has changed in the past few years.

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    1. I remember my first carseat with my 13.5 year old and how big and clunky it was compared to this one. This is so pretty!

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  6. Love this and love the fact that it can be changed over so quickly and it being lightweight. It looks awesome!

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    1. This is especially important when you are holding the baby. A one handed quick approach is necessary!

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  7. They do look like really great products.

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  8. I love the newer design to the products. It looks like they are really geared for safety.

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    1. Much different from when we were kids for sure. None of us EVER sat in a car seat, mom talks about holding us on the way home from the Hospital! Now I want the safest thing possible for my child to be in!

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  9. So glad that baby care products are becoming safer!
    Jayne G

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    1. I am too! I am ready to move my son from a convertible to a booster, but I want a five point harness and the safest solution available.

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  10. Things sure have changed since mine were babies! Moms are really lucky now.

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    1. I think i's really for the best! I totalled my car 11 years ago with my 13 year old in the car. He had a perfect 5 point harness bruise on his little body and I knew then that car seats are so important. It likely saved his life

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  11. The car seat not only looks comfy, but somehow, safer...

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    1. IT's definitely way more cushioned on the inside for protection and comfort!

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  12. They are pretty wild...very modern. I don't have babies, but if I did, this would be cool!

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    1. Babies are awesome, and I would def buy these if mine was not 3!

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  13. I'm glad that baby products are becoming safer, and that people are using them more. The stroller looks really easy to maneuver, carry, and store, too, which is great.

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    1. I think it is super important to put safety first. I always have, but my reasoning changed a LOT after I totalled a car with a 2 year old in it. His little chest was a complete car seat bruise, but he was alive, safe, and saved by that seat!

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  14. It's amazing how much baby stuff has changed just in the few years since my kids were little.

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    1. Makes ours look like antiques almost! Thanks for stopping in!

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  15. Nice updated design for the conventional car seat.

    wendy_kroy(at)aol(dot)com

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    1. I love how sleek the European style is. Thanks for dropping in!

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  16. I love the designs and colors..so modern!

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    1. Makes me wish I had another little one. I can still use a stroller and a booster seat with a 5 pt harness, but I love love that baby seat!

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  17. thanks for doing all the "leg work" and bringing us these great products

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    1. You are welcome. Thanks for stopping by!

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  18. I really like that the Dorel Juvenile Group has received two JPMA Awards ...this makes me much more likely to check these products out. (Debra L. Guillen)

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    1. I agree, and it makes me feel better putting my kids in them

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  19. Love the photo frame...... all very well presented.

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    1. Thanks, Andrew. Thank you for stopping in and visiting!

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  20. my kids are 4 years apart and it is amazing what changes in 4 years. I like how the designs are not "baby-ish" and have a more modern look... because, really, the baby couldn't care less about the print or color, so why not make it attractive for moms

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    1. I agree Julie! My kids are spaced, 5 years between the first two, and 14 months between the middles, and 6 years between the 3rd and last. I cannot tell you HOW Much the design has changed in 14 years! My son actually had cloth balloons on his wall when he was a baby which is just so funny now! I know I love that things don't look so "mommyish" now as they did. I love looking fashionable as possible!

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