Safety Kids Sleep Pillow
Safety Kids Sleep Pillow
Safety Kids Sleep Pillow
Safety Kids Sleep Pillow
Safety Kids Sleep Pillow
Safety Kids Sleep Pillow

Safety Kids Sleep Pillow

Regular price $39.00 Sale price $19.99

Safety Kids Sleep Pillow comes to solve a significant problem facing parents worldwide: bobbing heads.

When children fall asleep sitting up in their car seat or high back booster, their heads naturally start flopping forward, making the ride uncomfortable and definitely less secure.

RESTED KIDS = HAPPY TRAILS - enjoy a long, relaxing drive and let your kids' "bobbing heads" have a rest especially during this back to school season, while you peacefully reach your destination. Your kids will enjoy a sound nap, allowing you to concentrate on the road!
PERFECT FIT - the design attaches to all kinds of car seats and high back boosters (BPB/Combo) and easily adjusts to every head size. Supports any toddler's head
SAFETY FIRST - Safety Kids Sleep Pillow is fully compliant with US and EU safety standards and is the ONLY head support product that has passed multiple crash tests for head, chest and neck safety.

  • Easily attachable. Adjusts to every head size
  • Minimal forehead contact, the maximum movement
  • Successfully passed all crash tests conducted
  • Made from advanced "no sweat" materials. Machine washable
  • Lightweight and portable
  • Simple to use for parents and kids
  • Reduces driver distraction and gives parents peace of mind


Easy to use
Easy to attach and easy to use
Safety Kids Sleep Pillow is attached once and then left on the car seat or high back booster for use. When the child falls asleep, the driver can easily push down the forehead strap with two fingers when the car is stopped. Alternatively, the child himself, when he gets sleepy, can easily put the strap in place. A step by step installation booklet is enclosed with each product, plus installation videos are available, showing how simple and easy it is to attach Safety Kids Sleep Pillow to a car seat or high back booster.​