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NAP's Boba 2G Baby Carrier receives JPMA Safety Certification
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Mar '10
NAP Inc's Boba 2G baby carrier has received the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA) Certification in the soft infant carrier category. Founded in 1959, JPMA is a distinguished national trade organization dedicated to enhancing children's product safety and its comprehensive Certification Program helps guide parents toward purchasing products that are built with a child's safety in mind. All Boba 2G baby carriers feature the JPMA Certification label assuring parents they are purchasing a baby carrier that meets stringent quality, safety and functionality requirements.

The JPMA Certification Process for the Boba 2G baby carrier is rigorous and on-going:

• Boba 2G is tested by the JPMA official certification laboratory.
• Boba 2G conforms to the requirements established by ASTM, a group of manufacturers, consumer groups and U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission representatives.
• NAP, Inc. is required to test 25% of their Boba 2G baby carriers quarterly in a certified lab.
• Random Retail Testing is performed quarterly on Boba 2G baby carriers where the official lab purchases random Boba 2Gs from retail stores and performs tests ensuring the baby carrier meets ASTM standards.

Made entirely in the USA, Boba 2G is a first-of-kind soft structured wearable baby carrier designed for a child's optimal health and comfort. It's the only baby carrier to feature both leg support and head protection for babies and toddlers weighing between 15 and 45 lbs. Boba 2G's removable sleeping hood supports the child's head and provides shade from sun and protection from wind, heat and cold. Boba 2G's removable patent-pending foot straps ensure baby's legs, hips and spine are held in the healthiest and most comfortable position possible at a natural 90-degree angle. Boba 2G is made with certified organic cotton and is machine washable and dryer friendly.

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