Britax Infant Car Seat Sun and Bug Cover
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Britax Infant Car Seat Sun and Bug CoverS871300 Features: -Blocks 98pct of UV Rays.-UPF 50+. Warranty: -1 Year warranty. Blocks 98% of UV raysCustom fit for Britax infant car seatsEasy attachment and folds compact for storageFits most other major brands of infant car seatsUPF 50+Dimensions: 16in length x 15in width x 14in height Weight: 0.4lb.
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Here are the instructions for installation:
1. Take the side of the cover with the band of fabric and stretch it around the foot side of the carrier.
2. Hook the straps around the right and left sides of the carrier handle, sliding them down to the base around the area where the handle pivots.
3. Fully extend the overhead canopy and pull the bug/sun cover's edge with the square fabric panel over the top of the canopy until the elastic in the middle of the cover sits just over the front ridge of the canopy.
(At this point, the baby has the hood up and is surrounded by the mesh fabric on all sides. The square fabric panel is laying on top of the canopy.)
4. Fold the square fabric panel forward gently (so as not to dislodge the elastic band around the canopy edge) to cover the baby. I typically raise/lower this based on the direction of the sun during our walks.
It doesn't matter too much which side of the cover you place facing out or in. I had the wrong side out but it still worked fine. We have the B-Safe carrier and are able to leave the cover attached when not in use, but pulled down under the foot area. Works for us.
Upside - I can make it work with the Chicco, just not a good "seal." I put the carrying handle up, pull the top elastic as far over it as I can, and open the flap of the cover so it lays over the shade included on the carseat. Kept all but one fly out during a weekend of camping. Because you have to put the flap of the cover up, there is little additional sun protection, however.