Reer Safety Harness & Reins

Special Price S$13.41 Regular Price S$14.90

You Save 10% (S$1.49)

In stock
SKU
RER-MC-72125

Currently, looking at this product

Reward Points You will earn 13 Coins for purchasing this product.

Child leash to help a child learn how to walk

Additional restraint for high chair & stroller

Designed for children 6 months to 2 years old

The Reer Safety Harness & Reins (72125) can be used as a child leash to support a child and prevent falls when a young child is learning how to walk. It can also be used as an additional restraint and security to prevent a baby from falling from a high chair or stroller. 

Product Highlights

  • Extra wide chest cover provides more comfort
  • Delightful motif on the breast plate
  • Fully adjustable waist & shoulder straps
  • Suitable for children from 6 months - 2 years
More Information
Product Article Number 72125
Material 100 % nylon
Included in box
  • 1 x Reer Safety Harness & Reins
Write Your Own Review
Only registered users can write reviews. Please Sign in or create an account

Reer LogoDedicated to child safety since 1922

Reer is a german company headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany. For over 95 years, this traditional German company has provided young families with premium quality child safety products to help them with daily challenges taking care of their children. Reer continues to pursue the mission "More Safety for Children", to offer the youngest among us with the greatest protection possible.

With the safety solutions from Reer, parents can create a safe living environment with minimum effort, where their little ones can grow up and explore the world safely. 

Even after almost a century, Reer continues to innovate to come out with better products that provides more safety and improve the well-being of families around the world. All Reer products not just meets the strict safety regulations for child safety products, they often exceeds the requirements in many areas that the company view as important safety considerations even if these are not explicitly spelled out in the safety standards.