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I'm sure these are fine, safe and tested, but I personally would never manufacture or sell ANY product for babies at all.
Too much risk of ONE baby finding a way to get hurt and then the product recalls and lawsuits start.
Ever look at those recall notices near the customer service department at the big box store? Most are for strollers, car seats, cribs, chairs and stuff for babies and kids. It's scary.
So, left unsupervised (which they should not be), can a baby flip over on it's stomach wearing one of these and not easily get back on it's back? That's how a lot of crib deaths occur, with noses pressed down.
It's all too creepy for me.
Like Lake Wobegon, but without the lake.
quality posts: 58
That's a no, unless it comes with Master Chief's helmet.
Thanks to up-to-the-minute tracking, I don't track my package so much as stalk it.