The Sledgehammer – Version 2.0

March 6, 2008

The Beginning and The End of Car Seats

Filed under: Random Stuff — Tags: , , — Brian Lutz @ 9:15 pm

 For those people with small children, owning a good, reliable car seat is a must these days.  Being single, I have not thus far had any reason to go shopping for one of these, but this one caught my attention.  Anyone else get the impression that someone might have gone just a little overboard on the hyperbole when they named this one?

Warning: This product is quick and powerful, and may contain edges sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow; therefore give heed unto the instruction manual, lest ye be smitten with a curse and/or serious injuries, even unto thine second generation.

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2 Comments »

  1. Hey, this is FrederikJurk from shmups.com. I really love your blog, especially the “retail wasteland” series. I can´t put my finger on it but is has something fascinating about it. Keep it up and cheers!

    Comment by Frederik Jurk — March 7, 2008 @ 2:24 pm

  2. And have you ever tried to READ the instruction manual? (I know, probably not) It’s a harrowing experience, believe me. “Complicated” does not even begin to describe it. My youngest is 18, so it had been awhile since I had to deal with this. We bought a carseat (not quite as biblically sound as the one pictured) to use for our grandson. Let’s just say he’s 2 1/2 now, and I’m in abject fear of having to adjust the straps because he’s grown so tall. I must screw up the courage, however, or I won’t be able to get him in the darn thing next time I need to. :-/

    Comment by Susan in Elk Grove CA — March 9, 2008 @ 3:21 am


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