Beware of Fake Car Seats
More and more fake car seats are being sold in the market. These fake car seats are sold at significantly lower prices, but they actually pose a serious threat to the safety of your child. They are not certified or safety-tested and provide little to no protection in case of an accident.
To demonstrate this, CNN crashed a genuine Doona and a fake Doona. These were the results: www.edition.cnn.com/2019/12/20/tech/amazon-fake-kids-products
Fake products might cost less but they are not the same! When considering baby products, SAFETY must be your top priority. If a deal seems too good to be true… IT PROBABLY IS!
WHAT CAN YOU DO IF YOU ENCOUNTER A FAKE DOONA LISTING:
If you’re not sure that the website you’re looking at is legit, or if you wish to report to us about a fake listing, please contact us.
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