ChildMinder car seat sensor could help save lives


I have read tragic stories in the papers as well as on the Internet before, where some absent minded parents suffered unspeakable heartache when they realized their toddler or baby was left in the car, only to return to a lifeless body afterwards. Sometimes, we are just too preoccupied with our work that we even forget the extension of ourselves, and for those who firmly believe that prevention is better than cure, how about a $30 device known as the ChildMinder car seat sensor?

This particular device is capable of alerting you just in case you happen to walk away while leaving your helpless little one all alone in the car. Developed by Baby Alert International, the ChildMinder Infant-Toddler Elite Pad System has been described to be “a passive safety seat monitoring system,” where the Elite Pad is placed under the child’s car seat. This Elite Pad will then “talk” to your Key Ring Alarm Unit, should you move 15 feet away from it, will take half a dozen seconds of lapse before the alarm goes off.

3 reviews or comments

Tim Says: July 3, 2012 at 6:35 am

If only it was just $30. It is actually $70, as the $30 quoted by the author is just for an extra fob. This information is easily seen in the link provided in the story.

Vanessa Says: July 20, 2012 at 12:25 pm

Are you really concerned about $70 over the life of a child? SMH

Augustine Says: July 24, 2012 at 8:34 am

This is a great idea. ChildMinder car seat sensor could really help save our children from any accident. Our children are precious to us and they need to be protected all the time regardless of how much it will cost us to save them.

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