Fisher-Price Infant Car Seat, 1991

Summary

Fisher-Price produced this infant safety seat in 1991. It provided security for the infant while in the car, but also provided convenience for the parent. The seat doubled as an infant carrier. The baby could be transported comfortably and securely in or out of a car with this seat.

Fisher-Price produced this infant safety seat in 1991. It provided security for the infant while in the car, but also provided convenience for the parent. The seat doubled as an infant carrier. The baby could be transported comfortably and securely in or out of a car with this seat.

Artifact

Child safety seat

Date Made

05 September 1991

Creators

Fisher-Price (Firm) 

Place of Creation

Mexico 

United States, New York, East Aurora 

Creator Notes

Manufactured in Mexico for Fisher-Price of East Aurora, New York.

Driving America
 On Exhibit

at Henry Ford Museum in Driving America

Object ID

92.2.2

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of Fisher-Price.

Material

Plastic (Organic material)
Nylon
Cloth
Paper (Fiber product)
Metal

Color

Blue
Gray (Color)

Dimensions

Height: 13.25 in

Width: 15.25 in

Length: 25 in

Inscriptions

On decal on left & right side of seat: Horizontal red line / THIS LINE MUST BE HORIZONTAL (LEVEL) WHEN INFANT CAR SEAT IS INSTALLED IN A VEHICLE On center of plastic seat shield: FISHER / image of red heart / PRICE On seat lower handle: FISHER / image of red heart/ PRICE Sticker on rear of seat: NEVER LEAVE CHILD UNATTENDED. / ALWAYS USE THE BELTS AND SHIELD. / ..... On tag attached to nylon fabric canopy: FISHER-PRICE / EAST AURORA, N.Y. / 1988 / MODEL NO. 9149 / INFANT CAR SEAT / CANOPY, PAD / MADE IN MEXICO

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