FlyeBaby Airplane Baby Seat for $29.99

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The deal-a-day site Zulily is selling the FlyBaby Airplane Baby seat for an incredible discount – $29.99 instead of $50. The site described this product as: “this fabric seat creates a secure and comfortable place for Baby on airplanes and allows for face-to-face interaction.”

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While I personally have not ever used this type of seat, it does seem like a great product to be able to put your baby somewhere while flying. While researching it, I saw that another blogger Mommy Points did a review of this item last year, so feel free to check our her detailed review and what other readers had to say about it. On Amazon, some love it, while others question the safety.

But, if you’ve been contemplating getting it, this is a great price! When purchasing from Zulily, you cannot return the item, so keep that in mind. There are a bunch of other travel related items on this site as part of their “En Route Kids Travel” sale, if you are looking for any other travel related items for kids.

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Comments

  1. Do you actually offer real news anymore or is every post just an excuse to push your affiliate links. I wouldn’t exactly call saving $20 an amazing deal, especially on a product that has mixed reviews. I really wish you’d focus more on producing quality content rather than just posting trash like this.

    • @Jared – I welcome others to post their affiliate links and encourage readers to use those links. So in actuality the referral angle of this is to help other readers. And others love my posts on how to even save $5 through Amex sync offers, so I’d call $20 pretty decent for many – all depends on how you value your $.

  2. I would be concerned about the passenger in front suddenly pushing their seat back and hitting the baby on the head. Does not appear to be any protection there and very dangerous with babies.

    • @Rina – I have not used it so am not sure about personal experience. I know many families have the husband and wife sit in front of each other so they know that the person in front of the baby will not be reclining – regardless of using this or not.

  3. That think looks awful. It can’t be used during take off and landing, and limits the use of a tray table. I don’t know any families that sit in front/back of each other.

  4. I cannot imagine how annoying it would be to be the passenger in FRONT with that seat tied to it. Every bounce the baby makes will pull on the seat. Seems like a very rude intrusion.

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