Columbia 2000 Therapedic Integrated Positioning System Car Seat offers a lighter and narrower alternative to Spirit Car Seat.
Provides a comfortable seating environment due to the memory foam back support and seating area Comes standard with head support Colors available Roadster Red, Convertible Pink, Dune Buggy Beige, Speedway Gray, and Go, Kart Green Accommodate users weighing 20-102 lb and up to 60 tall Durable, machine washable, comfortable padded cover in five color options Crash tested to FMVSS #213 Certified for use in aircraft Positioning options available Optional seat depth extender allows the car seat to grow with the child Columbia Medical IPS Car Seat Parts Adjustable Head Pads (or Headwings) Shoulder Harness Pads Lateral Positioning Pads (under cover) Chest Clip Buckle Crotch Strap Pad Harness Straps and Clip Metal Side Tubes Buckle Adjustment Strap Tether Strap Columbia 2000 Therapedic IPS Special Need Car SeatColumbia 2000 Therapedic IPS Special Need Car Seat
Swing Away Abductor Available in three different sizes (standard, with 2″ seat extender and 5″ seat extender) to accommodate base seating option and both seat extenders provide additional positioning support for proper hip alignment. Seat Extender attachment to the car seat shell, covered by the car seat upholstery, adds depth to the seat. Available in two sizes, 2½ or 5″. Bolt-In Hardware Kit Required on all vehicles manufactured prior to 2002 to secure the car seat into the vehicle properly; also includes tether strap. Extensor Thrust Wedge Foam wedge provides additional aid to a child or young adult who needs assistance leaning back into the seat. Available in 2″ model. Buckle Guard Plastic cover to eliminate the ability of children or young adults to engage the release button of the five-point harness. Retainer Clip Guard Plastic cover to eliminate the ability for children or young adults to disengage the chest clips.
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Columbia Medical IPS Car Seat Parts
- Adjustable Head Pads (or Headwings)
- Shoulder Harness Pads
- Lateral Positioning Pads (under cover)
- Chest Clip
- Crotch Strap Pad
- Harness Straps and Clip
- Metal Side Tubes
- Buckle Adjustment Strap
- Tether Strap
How to use Columbia 2000 Car Seat?
Operating the Harness Buckle
Press the red button on the harness buckle to release. To close, insert one metal latch into the harness buckle until it clicks. Repeat for the other metal latch. Always ensure both latches are properly fastened in the harness buckle when securing a user. Never lubricate the harness buckle.
Checking the Harness Height
Place the user in the Positioning Restraint System and properly secure with the harness. Note the position of the harness relative to the shoulder of the user. Harness straps should be inserted in the nearest slot at or above the user’s shoulder. If the harness height is correct, the restraint can be used without further adjustment. If the height of the user’s shoulder is above the harness, it will be necessary to adjust it. See Adjusting the Harness Height.
Adjusting the Harness Height
To adjust the harness, it is necessary to remove the Positioning Restraint System from the vehicle. Place the user in the restraint and identify the closest harness slot at or above the height of the user’s shoulder. Remove the user from the restraint prior to making any adjustments to the harness. Locate the metal bracket securing the top of the harness along the back side of the restraint and pull it away to expose 3”- 4” (76.2 – 101.6 mm) of webbing. Turn the metal bracket so the short side will fit through the slot in the back of the restraint and push it through the slot and the cover. Reposition the harness to the correct slot and reverse the process to reinstall the harness. After repositioning the harness, ensure the metal bracket is flat against the back of the restraint to prevent it from slipping out.