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Designed for older kids ready to use the vehicle’s belt. The Evenflo® AMP™ LX Booster is cool and comfortable. The cool colors will allow your child to express their individuality while parents know they are safe. The contoured padding is a comfortable option for long journeys. Protecting children is our core mission at Evenflo. For almost a century we have been a leader in safety, innovation and education. Knowing that one in four automobile accidents are side impact collisions, we go beyond the current government standards when designing the next generation of Evenflo car seats, including the Amp Lx lbs 18,0-49,8 kg AMP™ LX Booster Car Seat, Graphic Stripe Red Consumer Benefits Cool Graphics! – AMP Seats come in a variety of vibrant colors and fun designs Comfortable, contoured padding is great for long journeys Elastic cup holders for a perfect fit Belt clip facilitates correct vehicle belt positioning Easy cleaning, wipeable and washable seat pad Designed and tested for structural integrity at energy levels approximately 2X the federal crash test standard Safety Testing Designed and tested for structural integrity at energy levels approximately 2X the federal crash test standard. FMVSS 213: Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards for Child Restraint Systems FMVSS 302: Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards for Flammability of Interior Materials For Use Without Backrest Weight: 40 – 110 lbs (18 – 49,8 kg) Height: 40 – 57 inches (102 – 145 cm) Age: Child is at least four years old or older Private and Confidential © 2012 Evenflo Company Inc | | 225 Byers Road, Miamisburg, Ohio Child Specifications Without Backrest 40–57 in kg
Use & Care Carefully read all instructions and warnings on the product, product labels, and instruction manuals before use. Consult your vehicle owner’s manual to determine proper placement of child restraint in your vehicle and familiarize yourself with your vehicle’s components. Cleaning Instructions Plastic and metal parts may be wiped clean with mild soap and water and dried with a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners or solvents. Take care not to damage any labels. The seat pad can be machine washed separately in cold water, delicate cycle, tumble dry 10 – 15 minutes on low heat. Never use booster seat without the seat pad. Private and Confidential © 2012 Evenflo Company Inc | | 225 Byers Road, Miamisburg, Ohio Retailer Specifications Product Specifications Product Weight: 3.85 lbs. (1.75 kg) Product Dimensions: 16” D x 15” W x 11” H inches Seat Area Width: 11 inches Carton Dimensions (inches): 15.75” D x 11.00” W x 16.75” H Carton Dimensions (cm): 40.0 D x D x H cm Assembled Product Dimensions (inches): 16” D x 15” W x 11” H Assembled Product Dimensions (cm): D x W x H Product Weight: 3.85 lbs. (1.75 kg) Shipping Weight: lbs. (2.89 kg) Model Number: Packaging: 1 pack carton & 2 pack assortment FOB Number: Piqua, Ohio UPC Number: Pattern: Stripe Red AMP™ LX Booster Car Seat, Graphic Stripe Red
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