• Sentry Baby Products also Available at Walmart
  • Sentry Baby Products also Available at Amazon
  • Sentry Baby Products also Available at Amazon
  • Sentry Baby Products also Available at Amazon

Our Newest Guardimals Character is Here!

At Sentry Baby Products, your child’s safety is our #1 priority.  We take pride in making car rides both SAFE and FUN! We are thrilled to announce our newest Guardimals™ character, the panda! Unique design features bring each Guardimals™ to life!  It’s the world’s softest car seat and meets or exceeds all FMVSS 213 Government Safety Standards!

As with all Sentry Guardimals booster car seats, the panda features the following:

  • 5-point harness for children 22 to 50 lbs., and 28 to 50 inches in height
  • Belt-positioning high back booster accommodates kids from 30 to 100 lbs., and 43 to 57 inches in height
  • Belt-positioning backless booster accommodates kids from 40 to 100 lbs., and 43 to 57 inches in height
  • Meets or exceeds FMVSS 213 Government Safety Standards
  • Cover is machine washable (gentle cycle)
  • One-Year limited warranty
  • Includes 1 cup holder

 

FUN FACTS ABOUT PANDAS

1. Giant pandas are found in thick bamboo forests, high up in the mountains of central China.

2. Pandas eat A LOT.   Every day they fill their tummies for up to 12 hours, shifting up to 12 kilograms of bamboo!

3. The giant panda’s scientific name is Ailuropoda melanoleuca, which means “black and white cat-foot”.

4. Scientists aren’t sure how long pandas live in the wild, but in captivity they live to be around 30 years old.

5. Baby pandas are born pink and measure about 15cm – that’s about the size of a pencil! They are also born blind and only open their eyes six to eight weeks after birth.

6. Babies!  Female pandas give birth to one or two cubs every two years. Cubs stay with their mothers for 18 months before heading off on their own!

7. Unlike most other bears, pandas do not hibernate. When winter comes, they head lower down their mountain homes to warmer temperatures.

8.  Pandas can stand upright, but their short hind legs aren’t strong enough to support their bodies.

9. These beautiful bears are endangered, and it’s estimated that only around 1,000 remain in the wild.

Add Comment