Foppapedretti
Cribs
All of Foppapedretti's cribs are designed and constructed to offer you and your child the highest levels of functionality, comfort and safety.
The frames are all made of solid wood so that they are far more resistant, offer more protection and last much longer. They are assembled using only the finest quality joints and junctures, so that they are even more robust than standards require. And it's why they're treated with non-toxic varnishes and substances - so that they'll be very attractive, but, more importantly, incredibly safe.
Foppapedretti baby beds have passed the toughest controls and tests, and are in compliance with all of the strictest European regulations.
Cribs sofas
...with just a few simple moves, the side slides down under the drawer of the "Divanetto" cribs.
Safety
Foppapedretti baby beds are all made in Italy products, designed and manufactured in Italy. The wooden structure is made of wood from certified forests and the paint is entirely non-toxic.

It's a crib that was designed and manufactured in compliance with all the safety regulations and guarantees:
• That the proper safety distance has been kept between the bars, like all the other measurements, to prevent any part of the body from getting stuck.
• That it has been tested with static and moving objects to guarantee its resistance to even the most vivacious of toddlers.
• The height of the sides prevents the toddler from climbing over them from the inside.
• The lifting and lowering of the moveable side requires a double action that can only be done by an adult.
• All the edges and corners are rounded.
• The materials and paints used are non-toxic and free from any ingredient that may be hazardous to human health.
• There are no small pieces that can be accidentally swallowed by the baby.
• All of the instructions for use and the safety warnings needed for the correct use of this product are listed in the instructions manual.

We suggest:
• Read the warnings given in the instructions manual with care. Any product, even when constructed in compliance with European law, may be dangerous if used improperly.
• Do not use a damaged product or one that was previously used as it could have defects that are not visible (materials deteriorated by age or improper storage), or no longer be in compliance with current law.
• When you buy a childcare product, please take note of the age for which the product was designed.
• When you buy a product, especially a childcare product, make sure there is a reference to an EC law on the product or its wrapping: this guarantees that the product meets the requisites imposed by general safety laws.
Baby baths/Changing tables
All Foppapedretti baby baths offer the maximum of safety and comfort thanks to the solid structure and easy glide drawers.
Safety
Foppapedretti's baby baths/changing tables are quality "Made in Italy" products, designed and manufactured in Italy. They have been designed and manufactured in compliance with all the safety regulations and guarantee:
• High lateral mattress protection that makes sure the baby remains in the middle, eliminating the risk of an accidental fall.
• The dimensions prevent any part of the body from getting stuck.
• The structure has undergone static and dynamic load tests to ensure the stability of the blocking mechanisms.
• The product is entirely stable and, under normal conditions of use, will not tip over.
• It has undergone mechanical resistance and stability tests to ensure that it can withstand normal daily use without breaking or warping.
• Rounded edges to ensure the child's safety.
• Has no small parts that can be ingested.
• The materials and paints used are non-toxic and free from any ingredient that may be hazardous to human health.
• At least two of the four casters is equipped with a brake.
• The instructions manual contains all the information and safety warnings you need to use the product correctly.

We suggest you:
•Read the warnings written in the instruction manual. Any product, even those compliant with European regulations, can be dangerous if used improperly.
• Do not use a damaged product nor one that has been used before as there may be invisible damage (deteriorated materials due to age or improper storage) or it may not be compliant with current law.
• When buying a childcare product, take note of the age for which the item was designed.
• When you buy a product, especially a childcare product, make sure that either the wrapping or the product has a reference to an EC law: this guarantees that the product is in compliance with the general product safety laws.
High chairs
Foppapedretti's wooden high chairs are quality "Made in Italy" products, they are designed and manufactured in Italy. The wood comes only from certified forests and the paint used is entirely non-toxic.
Safety
A high chair that has been designed and manufactured in compliance with all the safety regulations guarantees that:
• The child is safely nestled in the chair and will not fall out.
• The dimensions are such that no part of the body will get stuck.
•The structure has undergone static and dynamic load tests to ensure the stability of the blocking mechanisms.
• The opening, closing and adjustment mechanisms require a double action that can only be performed by an adult, thus preventing accidental closure of the product.
• The product is entirely stable and, under normal conditions of use, will not tip over.
• It has undergone mechanical resistance and stability tests to ensure that it can withstand normal daily use without breaking or warping.
• It has rounded edges to ensure the child's safety.
•There are no small parts that can be accidentally ingested.
• The materials and paints used are entirely non-toxic and contain nothing that could be hazardous to human health.
• The instructions manual provides all the information and safety warnings you need to use the product correctly.
We suggest:
• That you carefully read the warnings found in the instruction manual. Any product, even in compliance with European regulations, can become a hazard if used improperly.
• Do not use a damaged product nor one that has been used before as there may be invisible damage (deteriorated materials due to age or improper storage) or it may not comply with current law.
• When you buy a product a child will use, please pay attention to the age for which the item was designed.
• When you buy a product, especially one a child will use, make sure there is a reference to an EC law on the product or the packaging: this will guarantee that the product is in compliance with the requisites of the general product safety laws.
Strollers and travel systems
Travel (or Combined) systems and strollers are designed and made in compliance with safety regulations to ensure that:
• The child is safely nestled in the chair and does not risk falling out.
• The dimensions are such that no part of the body will get stuck.
• The structure has undergone static and dynamic load tests to ensure the stability of the blocking devices.
• The opening and closing mechanisms have been designed so that the stroller cannot accidentally fold up.
• The product is entirely stable and, under normal conditions of use, will not tip over.
• It has undergone mechanical resistance and stability tests to ensure that it can withstand normal daily use without breaking or warping.
• Tests have been done on the braking and parking mechanisms, the grip of the handles and rough terrain travel.
• It has no small parts that can be ingested.
• The materials and paints used are non-toxic and free from any ingredient that may be hazardous to human health.
• The instructions manual provides all the information and safety warnings you need to use the product correctly.
We suggest:
• That you carefully read the warnings found in the instruction manual. Any product, even when constructed in compliance with European law, may be dangerous if used improperly.
• Do not use a damaged product nor one that has been used before as there may be invisible damage (deteriorated materials due to age or improper storage) or it may not be compliant with current law.
• When buying a childcare product, take note of the age for which the item was designed.
• When you buy a product, especially a childcare product, make sure that either the wrapping or the product itself has a reference to an EC law: this guarantees that the product is in compliance with the general product safety laws.
Baby car seats
The safety of your baby in the car is of the utmost importance, as is the choice and installation of the baby seat. The safest place to put the baby seat is in the back seat.
How to protect your child:
• Always use a professionally-tested baby seat designed specifically for use in cars and suited to your child's weight.
• Follow the instructions provided in the manual so that the baby seat is properly and securely in place.
• Make sure a baby seat can actually be installed on the car seat. Always and only use a baby seat in a car as specifically instructed in the manual.
• Always place it on the back seat, even though the law does allow baby seats to be mounted in the front passenger seat. Statistically speaking, children are safer in the back seat.
• Every time you get in the car, make sure the baby seat is properly mounted and that the seatbelt is correctly inserted and adjusted according to your child's weight.
• Always buckle the baby seat's safety belt, even for short rides.
• Remember to always ensure that the child is sitting properly in its harness and never drive off without first having made sure the baby seat is safely attached to the car seat as instructed in the manual.
• It's very important to make sure the safety belts are tight and that neither the seat belts nor parts of the harness are twisted.
• Always properly attach the baby seat to the car seat, even if it is empty.
• Never leave your child unattended in the car, not even for an instant.
• Never remove the child from the seat while the car is moving.
• Never leave the child in the seat with an improperly buckled safety belt.
• It's not good for infants to be strapped into seats for lengthy periods of time. Take frequent breaks, let the child relax in your arms or in a stroller.
• Replace the baby seat if it has been involved in a violent incident of any sort. There could be inner damage that is not visible to the naked eye.
• Avoid putting a baby in bulky clothing in the car seat in winter.
• Set the example for your children: always wear your own seat belts.
• Never install a 0/ 0+ type car seat on the front seat of a car equipped with an air-bag without having first deactivated it.