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TO OUR BABY MODE FAMILY... OUR SUNSHINE SUPERSTORE IS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK AND WILL CONTINUE TO OPERATE DURING COVID-19 LOCKDOWN TO SUPPORT YOU WITH ALL YOUR BABY ESSENTIAL PRODUCT NEEDS.

New Infa Secure Treo Range


23 December 2015

An updated version of the much-loved Caprice range, the new Treo range from Infa Secure features a bold geometric design in 5 funky colours. Available in Ebony, Grey, Aqua, Green and Purple, the Treo has a subtle triangle pattern through the centre of the seat, and solid black over the sides and back of the seat.

Aside from a bold new look, the Treo features a completely redesigned fabric that combines performance and comfort. Infa Secure's "Active Fabric" is a weft knit, polyester material, identical to that used in athletic apparel and active wear. Like athletic clothing, Infa Secure's Active Fabric is extremely breathable, and helps draw moisture away from your child's skin, keeping your children cool and comfortable in the hot, Australian summer.

The Treo range is available in most of Infa Secure's seats, including the Kompressor 4 and Luxi Convertible Car Seats, the Evolve and Comfi Convertible Booster Seats and the Vario Booster Seat, so there is a Treo seat available for every child.

Despite the impressive changes in look and fabric, the Treo range still features all the safety features of the original Caprice range, to ensure that your child is always protected. All Treo seats meet the current Australian standards and are created with high quality materials for longevity and function.


Stylish and functional, the Infa Secure Treo range is coming soon to Baby Mode. For more information comment below or visit us in store and chat with a member of our friendly team! 

So tell us, what do you think of the Treo range? Let us know in the comments below!   
 

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