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NapUp was designed to give you peace of mind. We carefully selected materials of the highest quality, including flame-retardant foam, and have compliance with international safety guidelines.
NapUp conducted various crash tests for head, chest, and neck safety, as well as for side impact, in collaboration with acclaimed testing laboratory Calspan and APV-T.
NapUp is a Child Restraint System (CRS) in compliance with FMVSS 213—a 30-mph frontal sled test, which simulates a crash—and can be sold in the U.S. market.
Side impact performance was tested in a dynamic sled test, simulating a crash, in a weight range up to 18 kilograms (40 pounds).
NapUp complies with the basic safety requirements as set out in the European safety standard ECE R44, having been tested in frontal collisions at 50 km/h and rear collisions at 30 km/h using crash test dummies.
This Australian/New Zealand Standard tests Child Restraint Systems' webbing, dimensional change of textiles, burning behaviors of fabrics, and more.
NapUp was tested on multiple occasions at the acclaimed Calspan laboratories, where leading car seat companies run safety tests on their products, including all car seats, booster seats, and infant carriers. In all the modes of testing, NapUp met all safety standards.
NapUp was also crash tested at the leading Australian lab, APV-T and the results found that NapUp was safe and complies with the Australian safety standards.
Concerned about the strap and headrest altering how car seats or boosters perform in a crash? There's no need to worry with NapUp! The US Federal Safety Standards tests showed that the addition of NapUp does not alter the way a car seat or high-back booster performs in a crash.
NapUp has passed the US's FMVSS 213 for child restraint systems and NPRM 213 for side impact, as well as the EU's ECE R44 for European safety standards, and Australia's AS/NZS 8005:201 for Australian safety standards, ensuring it's safe for all kinds of car seats all over the world.