Now that you are expecting or have a little one, your world is filled with all things baby gear. You’ve a got stroller(s), infant car seat, convertible car seat, monitor, high chair, swing, the list goes on. That’s a huge financial investment for these must have baby items. The first thing you should do after purchasing or receiving new gear for the new addition is to register it.
Most companies have made it so simple to register that all you have to do is go online and fill out a form and then your product, and child is protected. Or just fill out the card that come with your product and return it by mail.
Why take this extra step? For these simple reasons…
The product you are registering should have some type of warranty. Once the product is registered the company will be able to assist and fix any issue you may have.
Let’s face it, sometimes product have to be recalled. If your product is registered and there is a recall, the manufacturer will be able to contact you right away. I have a stroller that had an issue and because I had it registered the manufacturer sent me the parts to fix it before I was even aware of the recall!
Some products expire. I know I was caught off guard when I went to get my infant car seat out of storage only to discover it had been expired. By registering your parts you won’t have to try to figure out when the item was purchased or search for a date somewhere on the product. The manufacturer will have all that necessary information.
If you need a replacement part, the manufacturer will have your product information and be ready to assist you in getting new parts more quickly.
So what are you waiting for head on over to the company website and register your baby products or just fill out that little card and mail it in. It’s that simple and one less thing to worry about.
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