US Pat. No. 9,174,606

HARNESS RETAINER FOR JUVENILE VEHICLE SEAT

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile vehicle seat comprising
a seat including a bottom and a back arranged to extend up from the bottom,
a harness coupled to the seat, the harness including a left vertically-extending chest belt arranged to extend along a left
portion of the back of the seat and a right vertically-extending chest belt arranged to extend along a right portion of the
back of the seat, and

a harness retainer for holding the left vertically-extending chest belt and the right vertically-extending chest belt in side-by-side
relation, the harness retainer including a left belt mount formed to include a left belt-receiving slot sized to receive the
left vertically-extending chest belt, a right belt mount formed to include a right belt-receiving slot sized to receive and
support the right vertically-extending chest belt, and a lock,

wherein the lock includes a key coupled to the left belt mount for movement therewith, a blocker movable from an engaged position
arranged to block the key from movement along a longitudinal axis of the right belt mount away from the right belt mount to
a disengaged position arranged to allow movement of the key along the longitudinal axis of the right belt mount away from
the right belt mount, and release means coupled to the right belt mount for moving the blocker from the engaged position to
the disengaged position in response to a user applying a force on the release means perpendicular to the longitudinal axis
of the right belt mount so that the release means slides the blocker linearly generally perpendicular to the longitudinal
axis and relative to the right belt mount freeing the left vertically-extending chest belt received in the left belt-receiving
slot of the left belt mount to be moved away from the right vertically-extending chest belt received in the right belt-receiving
slot of the right belt mount to liberate a child secured to the seat by the left and the right vertically-extending harness
belts.

US Pat. No. 9,090,182

SELF-PIVOTING CHILD CAR SEAT TO BE FITTED TO A VEHICLE SEAT

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. Child car seat, comprising
a base to be positioned on the seat section of a vehicle seat,
a seat body pivotably mounted on said base, about a substantially vertical axis, so as to be suitable for adopting:
at least two travel positions, one wherein the seat body is facing the front of the vehicle and the other wherein the seat
body is facing the rear of the vehicle, and

at least one right arranging position, or one left arranging position, wherein the seat body is facing, respectively, the
right and the left of the vehicle, and

selection means for selecting one of said travel positions, such that, from the at least one arranging position, said seat
body can only be moved to the selected travel position.

US Pat. No. 9,315,126

ENERGY-DISSIPATION SYSTEM

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint comprising
a juvenile vehicle seat including a seat bottom and a seat back, the seat back including a backrest arranged to extend upwardly
away from the seat bottom, a headrest including a rear panel coupled to an upper portion of the backrest, a first side-wing
panel coupled to a first side of the rear panel and arranged to extend forwardly away from the rear panel and to lie above
the seat bottom, and a second side-wing panel coupled to an opposite second side of the rear panel and arranged to lie in
spaced-apart relation to the first side-wing panel to extend forwardly away from the rear panel and to lie above the seat
bottom,

wherein each of the rear, first side-wing, and second side-wing panels and the backrest have an interior surface defining
an occupant-receiving space and an oppositely facing exterior surface,

wherein an energy-dissipation system is coupled to at least a part of the exterior surface of the first and second side-wing
panels,

wherein the energy-dissipation system includes a first force dissipater coupled to an exterior surface of the first side-wing
panel and a second force dissipater coupled to an exterior surface of the second-side wing panel, and

wherein the first and second force-dissipaters are each in the form of an array of crush strips and each crush strip of the
first and second force-dissipaters includes a series of polygonal structures coupled to one another to establish a crush strip
and each polygonal structure is formed to have walls that are arranged to lie generally in perpendicular relation to the exterior
surface of an adjacent companion side-wing panel.

US Pat. No. 9,108,660

STROLLER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A collapsible stroller comprising
a mobile base including a rolling rear-leg unit having a rear wheel and a rolling front-leg unit having a front wheel and
being mounted for folding movement relative to the rolling rear-leg unit between a folded position alongside the rolling rear-leg
unit and associated with a collapsed storage mode of the stroller wherein the front and rear wheels are arranged to lie in
close proximity to one another to define a first distance therebetween and an unfolded position separated from the rolling
rear-leg unit associated with an expanded use mode of the stroller wherein the front and rear wheels are arranged to lie in
spread-apart relation to one another to define a greater second distance therebetween,

a juvenile seat mounted for movement with the mobile base, and
a foot-actuated base opener including
a spreader mover including a first foot pedal and
a leg spreader coupled to the rolling rear-leg unit, the rolling front-leg unit, and the spreader mover for movement relative
to each of the rolling rear-leg and front-leg units between a drawn-together leg position associated with the collapsed storage
mode of the stroller and a spread-apart leg position associated with the expanded use mode of the stroller,

wherein the spreader mover further includes pedal-support means for moving the leg spreader relative to the rear and front
wheels from the drawn-together leg position to the spread-apart leg position to unfold the rolling front-leg unit of the mobile
base and move the front wheel of the rolling front-leg unit away from the rear wheel of the rolling rear-leg unit in response
to application of a downward force to the first foot pedal so that the rolling front-leg unit is moved from the folded position
alongside the rolling rear-leg unit to the unfolded position separated from the rolling rear-leg unit.

US Pat. No. 9,295,342

HEIGHT ADJUSTOR FOR INFANT SWING UNIT

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile swing unit comprising a foundation adapted to set on a floor,
a swing adapted to support a child, and
a variable-height swing carrier arranged to interconnect the foundation and the swing, the variable-height swing carrier including
an extensible post, an elevated swing mount coupled to an upper portion of the extensible post to move therewith and configured
to support the swing for up-and-down movement therewith relative to the foundation and for swinging movement about a horizontal
swing axis, and a post-height adjustor including a lift handle connected to an upright latch retractor, the post-height adjustor
mounted for up-and-down movement in the foundation and configured to provide means for supporting the extensible post for
up-and-down movement relative to the foundation to change the elevation of the elevated swing mount and retaining the extensible
post in more than one elevated position relative to the foundation so that height of the swing supported by the elevated swing
mount above the floor underlying the foundation can be varied by a caregiver.

US Pat. No. 9,656,576

HEIGHT-ADJUSTABLE VEHICLE SEAT

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile car seat comprising
a seat base including a foundation adapted to set on a seat bottom of a passenger seat in a vehicle and a squab adapted to
support buttocks of a child and arranged to overlie and move relative to the foundation, the squab including a rear squab
portion adapted to lie adjacent to a seat back of the passenger seat and an opposite front squab portion arranged to lie in
close proximity to a forward edge of the seat bottom of the passenger seat when the foundation is placed on the seat bottom
of the passenger seat,

an anti-submarining protrusion coupled to the front portion and arranged to extend upwardly away from the foundation and laterally
across the front squab portion, and

squab-mover means for moving the squab upwardly relative to the foundation and for simultaneously changing inclination of
the squab relative to a horizontal reference plane to cause movement of the squab relative to the foundation from an uninclined
low position through an acute angle to an inclined high position to raise the rear squab portion to a first higher distance
above the foundation and to raise the front squab portion to a relatively higher second higher distance above the foundation
so that inclination of the squab is changed when the front squab portion and the anti-submarining protrusion coupled to the
front squab portion are raised upwardly relative to the foundation and so the entire squab is raised to a position higher
than the uninclined low position.

US Pat. No. 9,126,557

CHILDCARE DEVICE INCLUDING INFLATABLE SAFETY ELEMENTS

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. Child care device suitable for receiving a child, comprising at least two inflatable safety elements suitable for being
inflated in the event of an impact above a predetermined threshold, and means for reversibly attaching said inflatable safety
elements together.

US Pat. No. 9,119,483

CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint system comprising
an infant carrier including a seat shell, a front shell anchor coupled to the seat shell for pivotable movement about an anchor-pivot
axis relative to the seat shell between a base-mating position and a base-releasing position, and a rear shell anchor coupled
to the seat shell and spaced-apart from the front shell anchor and configured to move along an anchor-movement line relative
to the seat shell between a base/stroller-mating position and base/stroller-releasing position,

a base including a foundation adapted to set on a passenger seat in a vehicle and a base-anchor retainer coupled to the foundation
to lie in a stationary position on the foundation, and

an anchor controller coupled to the seat shell to move back and forth relative to the seat shell between a locked position
in which the front shell anchor is in the base-mating position and the rear shell anchor is in the base/stroller-mating position
and an unlocked position in which the front shell anchor is in the base-releasing position and the rear shell anchor is in
the base/stroller-releasing position,

wherein the anchor controller includes a release handle, an anchor-mover link arranged to interconnect the release handle
and the rear shell anchor to cause the rear shell anchor to move inwardly along the anchor-movement line from the base/stroller-mating
position to the base/stroller releasing position in response to movement of the release handle in a rearward direction away
from the seat shell, and an anchor-pivot link arranged to interconnect the release handle and the front shell anchor to cause
the front shell anchor to pivot about the anchor-pivot axis in a clockwise direction from the base-mating position to the
base-releasing position in response to movement of the release handle in the rearward direction away from the seat shell.

US Pat. No. 10,124,702

CHILD RESTRAINT WITH BELT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint comprisinga juvenile seat including a seat bottom and a seat back arranged to extend upwardly from the seat bottom,
a five-point child-restraint harness including a crotch belt coupled to the seat bottom, a first side belt coupled to the seat back, and a second side belt coupled to the seat back, the crotch belt including a crotch strap coupled to the seat bottom and a buckle coupled to the free end of the crotch strap, and
a belt retainer including a first belt holder coupled to a first side of the seat back and associated with the first side belt and a second belt holder coupled to a second side of the seat back and associated with the second side belt, wherein the five-point child-restraint harness has a closed child-restraining mode in which the first and second side belts are engaged to the buckle of the crotch belt to restrain a child seated in the juvenile seat and the five-point child-restraint harness has an alternative opened child-seating-and-releasing mode in which the first and second side belts are disengaged from the buckle of the crotch belt and the first side belt is engaged with the first belt holder and the second side belt is engaged with the second belt holder to provide lateral separation between the first and second side belts and retain the first and second side belts in such a separated position to provide an open child-receiving space above the seat bottom and between the first and second side belts to allow a caregiver to set a child to be restrained on the juvenile seat without having to move the first and second side belts apart with a first hand at the same time the child is being placed in the juvenile seat with a second hand,
wherein the first side belt includes a first side strap and a first strap anchor, the first side strap is coupled to the seat back, the first strap anchor is coupled to the first side strap to move therewith relative to the seat back and includes a first lock tab, the first lock tab is retained in a first tab-receiving socket formed in the buckle of the crotch belt when the five-point child-restraint harness is in the closed child-restraining mode, and the first lock tab is retained in a first tab-receiver socket formed in the first belt holder when the five-point child-restraint harness is in the alternative opened child-seating-and-releasing mode,
wherein the first belt holder includes a first body formed to include the first tab-receiver socket and a first body-support post coupled to the first body and arranged to support the first body in a predetermined location on the first side of the seat back to facilitate insertion of the first lock tab into the first tab-receiver socket formed in the first body when the five-point child-restraint harness is in the alternative opened child-seating-and-releasing mode.

US Pat. No. 9,596,965

POTTY WITH LIQUID MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile potty system comprising
a waste-collection bowl formed to include an interior region and
a juvenile trainer seat including a seat pad formed to include a central aperture and a liquid deflector configured to provide
an endless wall arranged to extend from the seat pad downwardly into the interior region of the waste-collection bowl when
the juvenile trainer seat is mounted to lie above the waste-collection bowl and configured to provide means for deflecting
body waste liquid discharged by a person seated on the seat pad through the central aperture into the interior region of the
waste-collection bowl without allowing the body waste liquid to flow to a region under the seat pad and outside of the interior
region of the waste-collection bowl, wherein the seat pad and the liquid deflector cooperate to form a monolithic component
and the waste-collection bowl includes a seat receiver having an upwardly facing surface arranged to engage a companion downwardly
facing surface of the seat pad when the juvenile trainer seat is mounted to lie above the waste-collection bowl, and

wherein the seat pad includes an interior edge arranged to bound the central aperture and the liquid deflector includes a
downwardly extending liquid-deflection rim coupled to the seat pad at the interior edge and configured to provide the wall.

US Pat. No. 9,357,854

JUVENILE WALKER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile walker comprising
a rolling base adapted to roll along ground underlying the rolling base and
a seat unit including a first seat leg including a first seat-support post, a second seat leg including a second seat-support
post, and a child restraint comprising a seat, upper portions of the first and second seat-support posts are coupled to the
child restraint, lower portions of the first and second seat-support posts are mounted on the rolling base for movement in
upward and downward directions relative to the rolling base and ground underlying the rolling base to change elevation of
the seat relative to the rolling base to achieve an upright use mode of the seat unit, wherein the rolling base is configured
to include means for holding the seat unit in a stationary seat-storage position in a seat-unit storage space after separation
of the lower portions of the first and second seat-support posts from the rolling base to achieve a collapsed storage mode
of the seat unit wherein the first and second seat-support posts are arranged to assume folded positions under the seat of
the child restraint in which the lower portion of the first seat-support post is arranged to lie in a space provided between
the seat and the lower portion of the second seat-support post.

US Pat. No. 9,415,706

CHILD CAR SEAT TO BE FITTED TO A VEHICLE SEAT

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. Car seat for a child, intended to equip a vehicle seat, comprising:
a chair comprising a seat support and a backrest,
a base with respect to which the chair is able to move in rotation between at least one transport position and at least one
position of installation of a child,

the car seat being secured to the vehicle by an anti-tilt strap connecting said base to an anchoring point of the vehicle
and by fixing clamps or by a safety belt, and

connection means of variable length for connecting the base to the top part of the backrest, the connection means comprising
an end secured fixedly to the base and

another end secured fixedly to the top part of the backrest.

US Pat. No. 9,227,648

COMPACTIBLE STROLLER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A compact collapsible stroller comprising
a seat shell configured to receive an infant,
a rolling base including a shell-support frame, and
a shell mount configured to interconnect the seat shell and the rolling base to support the seat shell in a supported position
above the rolling base for movement therewith in an expanded use mode associated with the rolling base and to release the
seat shell from the supported position to permit separation of the seat shell from the rolling base in a collapsed storage
mode associated with the rolling base, wherein the rolling base further includes a front wheel unit mounted on a front end
of the shell-support frame for pivotable movement about a front pivot axis between a retracted position arranged to lie under
the shell-support frame in the collapsed storage mode of the rolling base and an extended position arranged to extend away
from an underside of the shell-support frame to elevate the front end of the shell-support frame above ground underlying the
rolling base in the expanded use mode of the rolling base and a rear wheel unit mounted on a rear end of the shell-support
frame for pivotable movement about a rear pivot axis between a retracted position arranged to lie under the shell-support
frame in the collapsed storage mode of the rolling base and an extended position arranged to extend away from the underside
of the shell-support frame to elevate the rear end of the shell-support frame above ground underlying the rolling base in
the expanded use mode of the rolling base, and wherein a first front wheel included in the front wheel unit moves rearwardly
to lie in close proximity to the rear end of shell-support frame in the collapsed storage mode of the rolling base and a first
rear wheel included in the rear wheel unit is arranged to move forward to lie in close proximity to the front end of the shell-support
frame in the collapsed storage mode of the rolling base wherein the shell-support frame comprises a central basket-receiving
aperture and the stroller comprises a basket configured to mate with the shell-support frame in a stroller mode with the basket
extending downwardly through the central basket-receiving aperture toward ground underlying the rolling base.

US Pat. No. 9,221,366

ENERGY-DISSIPATION SYSTEM

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint comprising
a juvenile vehicle seat including a seat bottom and a seat back coupled to the seat bottom and arranged to extend upwardly
away from the seat bottom and

an energy-dissipation system including a pad foundation coupled to the seat back and a ride-down pad having a lower concave
and an upper convex surface coupled to the pad foundation to locate the pad foundation between the seat back and the ride-down
pad, the ride-down pad being configured to provide means for controlling movement of an occupant sitting on the juvenile vehicle
seat during application of an impact force to a side of the juvenile seat to first cause a shoulder of the occupant to impact
the lower concave surface of the ride-down pad to cause the ride-down pad to deform at a predetermined rate so that a first
portion of impact energy associated with the impact force is absorbed and to second cause a head of the occupant to impact
the upper convex surface of the ride-down pad to cause the ride-down pad to deform at the predetermined rate so that a second
portion of impact energy associated with the impact force is absorbed and g-loads experienced by the occupant seated in the
juvenile vehicle seat are minimized,

wherein the ride-down pad includes a first crush strip and a second crush strip coupled to the first crush strip to establish
an array of crush strips.

US Pat. No. 9,162,600

CHILD RESTRAINT WITH CUPHOLDER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile seat comprising
a seat bottom,
a cupholder support coupled to the seat bottom, and
a cupholder mounted on the cupholder support, the cupholder including a cup receiver having a floor and a side wall arranged
to cooperate with the floor to form a cup-receiving cavity, wherein the side wall includes a first deformable portion that
is arranged to extend away from the cupholder support and is unsupported by the cupholder support and is configured to provide
first crumple means in the side wall for deforming elastically to change from an initial shape and move relative to the floor
to assume a different temporary shape and reduce a volume of the cup-receiving cavity temporarily only during exposure of
the first deformable portion to an external impact force and for returning to the initial shape following cessation of the
external impact force,

wherein the side wall of the cup receiver further includes a second deformable portion that is arranged to extend away from
the cupholder support and is configured to provide second crumple means in the side wall for deforming elastically to change
from an initial shape and move relative to the floor to assume a temporary shape and reduce the volume of the cup-receiving
cavity temporarily only during exposure of the second deformable portion to an external impact force and for returning to
the initial shape following cessation of the external impact force, and

further comprising a first armrest coupled to the seat bottom and a second armrest coupled to the seat bottom and arranged
to lie in spaced-apart relation to the first armrest to locate a seat pad included in the seat bottom in a position between
the first and second armrests and wherein the cupholder and the cupholder support are included in the first armrest, the first
deformable portion of the cup receiver is arranged to extend in a first direction away from the seat pad and the second armrest
to lie in a space outside of a juvenile-receiving space defined between the first and second armrests, and the second deformable
portion of the cup receiver is arranged to extend in an opposite second direction toward the second armrest to face toward
any juvenile seated on the seat pad in the juvenile-receiving space.

US Pat. No. 9,126,509

CHILD CAR SEAT FOR FITTING A VEHICLE SEAT

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile seat comprises
a child support includes a seat shell movable from a rearward-facing direction to a forward-facing direction, the child support
being formed to include a first belt path,

a first indicator associated with the first belt path and coupled to the child support to move from an active position to
establish a first belt routing routed through the first belt path while the seat shell of the child support is in the rearward-facing
direction to an inactive position to establish a second belt routing routed across the child support without extending through
the first belt path while the seat shell of the child support is in the forward-facing direction, and

mover means for moving the first indicator from the active position to the inactive position upon reconfiguration of the seat
shell of the child support from the rearward-facing direction to the forward facing direction so that a caregiver securing
the juvenile seat in a vehicle is directed to route a seatbelt included in a vehicle associated with the child support along
the first belt routing when the seat shell of the child support is in the rearward-facing direction and is directed to route
a seatbelt included in a vehicle associated with the child support through the second belt routing when the seat shell of
the child support is in the forward-facing direction.

US Pat. No. 9,592,752

ENERGY-DISSIPATION SYSTEM

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint comprising
a juvenile vehicle seat including a seat bottom and a seat back coupled to the seat bottom and arranged to extend upwardly
away from the seat bottom and

an energy-dissipation system including a pad foundation coupled to the seat back and a ride-down pad having a lower concave
surface and an upper convex surface coupled to the pad foundation to locate the pad foundation between the seat back and the
ride-down pad, the ride-down pad being configured to provide means for controlling movement of an occupant sitting on the
juvenile vehicle seat during application of an impact force to a side of the juvenile vehicle seat to cause a shoulder of
the occupant to impact the lower concave surface of the ride-down pad to cause the ride-down pad to deform at a predetermined
rate so that a first portion of impact energy associated with the impact force is absorbed and then to cause a head of the
occupant to impact the upper convex surface of the ride-down pad to cause the ride-down pad to deform at the predetermined
rate so that a second portion of impact energy associated with the impact force is absorbed and g-loads experienced by the
occupant seated in the juvenile vehicle seat are minimized.

US Pat. No. 9,366,074

SECURITY GATE WITH PRESSURE-MOUNT SYSTEM

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A security gate comprising
a variable-width screen including a first panel adapted to lie in a doorway and mate with a first doorjamb bordering the doorway
and a second panel mounted on the first panel for sliding movement relative to the first panel to mate with an opposing second
doorjamb bordering the doorway to widen a width of the variable-width screen to abut the first and second doorjambs and span
the doorway between the first and second doorjambs and, alternatively, to separate from the opposing second doorjamb to narrow
the width of the variable-width screen to allow a caregiver to move the variable-width screen into or out of the doorway,
and

a hand-operated panel mover including a pivotable lock rod mounted on the first panel for pivotable movement about a first-panel
pivot axis and a pivotable lock-release rod mounted on the second panel for pivotable movement about a second-panel pivot
axis to engage and disengage the pivotable lock rod at the option of a caregiver,

wherein the pivotable lock-release rod is formed to include a series of separate tab-receiver notches and the pivotable lock
rod is formed to include a tab sized to fit into any of the tab-receiver notches formed in the pivotable lock-release rod
when the pivotable lock-release rod and the pivotable lock rod are arranged to lie in side-by-side relation to one another
to establish a panel-locking mode of the hand-operated panel mover so as to anchor the pivotable lock-release rod to the pivotable
lock rod to apply panel-spreading forces to outer edges of the first and second panels to pressure-mount outer edges of the
first and second panels of the variable-width screen to the first and second doorjambs bordering the doorway, and

wherein the hand-operated panel mover further includes a rod coupler coupled to each of the pivotable lock-release rod and
the pivotable lock rod and configured to provide means for tethering a free end of the pivotable lock rod to move back and
forth along the pivotable lock-release rod to retain a free end of the tab included in the lock rod in close proximity to
the series of tab-receiver notches formed in the lock-release rod without allowing movement of the tab into one of the tab-receiver
notches during movement of the second panel relative to the first panel to widen or narrow the width of the variable-width
screen after pivoting movement of the lock-release rod about the second-panel pivot axis away from a floor underlying the
variable-width screen and away from a side-by-side relation with the pivotable lock rod to establish an obtuse included angle
therebetween opening downwardly toward the floor during pivoting movement of the lock rod about the first-panel pivot axis
away from the floor.

US Pat. No. 9,337,601

CHILD MONITORING SYSTEM

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A nursery station for a child monitoring system, the nursery station comprising
a unit adapted to transmit or receive sounds from a nursery,
power-receiver prongs coupled to the unit to conduct power from a wall socket to the unit when the power-receiver prongs are
plugged into a wall outlet, and

pivot means coupled between the unit and the power-receiver prongs for allowing rotation of the power-receiver prongs relative
to the unit about an orientation axis from a longitudinally-oriented position, in which the power-receiver prongs are arranged
to support the unit relative to a first wall socket such that an adjacent second wall socket is covered when the power-receiver
prongs are plugged into the first wall socket, to a laterally-oriented position, in which the power-receiver prongs are arranged
to support the unit relative to the first wall socket such that an adjacent second wall socket is uncovered when the power-receiver
prongs are plugged into the first wall socket, so that a caregiver can block access to the second wall socket when the second
wall socket is not needed or allow access to the second wall socket when another device is to be plugged into the second wall
socket while maintaining a connection between the power-receiver prongs and the first wall socket when the power-receiver
prongs are plugged into the second wall socket.

US Pat. No. 9,215,428

CHILD-MONITORING SYSTEM

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child-monitoring system comprises
a parent unit including an output and a communication unit configured to receive a signal to cause the output to communicate
to a user the signal and

a child unit located in spaced apart relation to the parent unit and configured to provide the signal to the parent unit,
the child unit including a foundation, a top camera coupled to the foundation to move relative to the foundation and configured
to provide a first portion of the signal, and a bottom camera configured to provide a second portion of the signal and coupled
to the foundation to move relative to the foundation and the top camera

wherein the foundation includes a camera base adapted to rest on and be supported by a support surface, a bottom-camera mount
coupled to the camera base to extend in an upward direction away from the support surface, and a top-camera mount coupled
to the bottom-camera mount to extend away from the support surface in the upward direction and locate the bottom-camera mount
between the top-camera mount and the camera base.

US Pat. No. 9,469,326

COLLAPSIBLE SUPPORT FRAME

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A collapsible support frame for an infant pushchair having a seat, the support frame comprising
an elongate central spine, the central spine including a foldable first spine member and a foldable second spine member,
the foldable first spine member including a rigid first subsidiary spine member and a rigid second subsidiary spine member,
the second subsidiary spine member being pivotably coupled to the first subsidiary spine member, and a rigid third subsidiary
spine member, the third subsidiary spine member being pivotably coupled to the second subsidiary spine member,

the foldable second spine member including a rigid fourth subsidiary spine member, a rigid fifth subsidiary spine member pivotably
coupled to the fourth subsidiary spine member, and a rigid sixth subsidiary spine member pivotally coupled to the fifth subsidiary
spine member,

the first subsidiary spine member of the first spine member being pivotably coupled to the fourth subsidiary spine member
of the second spine member, the second subsidiary spine member of the first spine member being pivotably coupled between a
first end and a second end thereof and forming a pivot joint with the fifth subsidiary spine member of the second spine member,
the pivot joint being located at an intersection between the second subsidiary spine member and the fifth subsidiary spine
member, and the third subsidiary spine member of the first spine member being pivotably coupled to the sixth subsidiary spine
member of the second spine member,

a handle assembly coupled to a first end of the central spine, and
a coupler attached to a second end of the central spine,
whereby the central spine is movable between an elongate erect configuration, and a collapsed configuration wherein the subsidiary
spine members are generally adjacent one another.

US Pat. No. 9,366,075

SECURITY GATE

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A gate unit comprising
an extensible gate adapted to be extended or retracted to block openings of various widths, the extensible gate includes a
main panel and a slidable extension panel supported for lateral sliding movement relative to the main panel to vary the width
of the extensible gate, each of the main and extension panels including a top rail, a bottom rail arranged to lie below and
in spaced-apart relation to the top rail, and several spindles arranged to interconnect the top and bottom rails and lie in
spaced-apart relation to one another to form a spindle gap between each pair of adjacent spindles, and

a panel-motion blocker including a spindle-motion limiter arranged to extend through a first one of the spindle gaps formed
in the main panel and a second one of the spindle gaps formed in the extension panel and aligned to lie in side-by-side relation
to the first spindle gap formed in the main panel and limiter-support means coupled to one of the top rails of the main and
extension panels or the bottom rails of the main and extension panels for supporting the spindle-motion limiter in the first
and second spindle gaps to engage spindles of the main panel and spindles of the extension panel defining those first and
second spindle gaps during attempted lateral sliding movement of the extension panel relative to the main panel so that such
lateral sliding movement is blocked to provide the extensible gate with a selected width wherein the spindle-motion limiter
has a width extending substantially across a width of the first one of the spindle gaps from adjacent one spindle of a pair
of spindles of the several spindles that cooperate to form the first one of the spindle gaps to adjacent another spindle of
the pair of spindles that cooperate to form the first one of the spindle gaps.

US Pat. No. 9,308,929

STROLLER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A mobile cart adapted for use in a collapsible stroller, the mobile cart comprising
a rolling base including a left wheeled leg and a right wheeled leg,
a foldable frame including a rolling-base stabilizer coupled to the rolling base to pivot about a stabilizer-pivot axis and
a rolling-base pusher coupled to the rolling base to pivot about a base-pusher axis, and

a frame-motion controller configured to provide means for releasing the foldable frame to move from a folded-out opened position
in which the rolling-base stabilizer and the rolling-base pusher extend away from the rolling base to support a child sitting
on a seat mounted to the mobile cart when the mobile cart is in use to a folded-in closed position in which the rolling-base
stabilizer and the rolling-base pusher extend along the rolling base in response to a user lifting upwardly with one hand
on a fold handle included in the frame-motion controller and to provide unfold means for moving the foldable frame from the
folded-in closed position to the folded-out opened position in response to a user stepping down on a foot pedal included in
the frame-motion controller with one foot so that a user both collapses and expands the mobile cart using only one appendage
while allowing the other user appendages to be free for holding a child or other items.

US Pat. No. 9,579,996

INFANT HOLDER FOR VEHICLE SEAT

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint comprising
a juvenile seat adapted to be installed facing rearwardly on a passenger seat of a vehicle, the juvenile seat including a
seat bottom and a seat back arranged to extend upwardly from the seat bottom, wherein a forwardly facing surface of the seat
back and an upwardly facing surface of the seat bottom cooperate to define therebetween an included juvenile recline angle
having a first angular measure to support a juvenile seated on the upwardly facing surface and leaning backward against the
forwardly facing surface,

an infant holder including an infant-support shell configured to removably nest on the upwardly facing surface of the seat
bottom and the forwardly facing surface of the seat back in a basin formed by the seat bottom and seat back, wherein the infant-support
shell includes a seat pad at rest on the upwardly facing surface of the seat bottom and a backrest arranged to extend upwardly
from the seat pad and along the forwardly facing surface of the seat back and wherein a forwardly facing surface of the backrest
and an upwardly facing surface of the seat pad cooperate to define therebetween an included infant recline angle having a
second angular measure that is greater than the first angular measure of the included juvenile recline angle between the forwardly
facing surface of the seat back and the upwardly facing surface of the seat bottom to provide means for supporting an infant
in a reclined supine position in the infant-support shell while the infant-support shell is at rest on the seat bottom and
the seat back to establish a recline orientation selected for an infant that is different than a more upright orientation
associated with a juvenile seated on the seat bottom of the juvenile seat after removal of the infant-support shell from a
nested position in the basin,

a child-restraint harness comprising first and second shoulder belts, the backrest of the infant-support shell includes a
first E-shaped shoulder-belt slot for receiving the first shoulder belt through the backrest and a second E-shaped shoulder-belt
slot for receiving the second shoulder belt through the backrest and means coupled to the juvenile seat for raising and lowering
the first and second shoulder belts relative to the seat bottom without hindrance when the infant-support shell is nested
in the basin formed by the seat bottom and the seat back, and

wherein each time the infant-support shell nests on the seat bottom and the seat back of the juvenile seat the infant-support
shell and juvenile seat are at the same angle with respect to each other.

US Pat. No. 9,233,630

BELT-POSITIONING BOOSTER SEAT FOR VEHICLES

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A belt-positioning booster seat for use with a passenger seat having a seat bottom and a seat back arranged to extend upwardly
from the seat bottom, the belt-positioning booster seat comprising
a portable contoured seat pad including a low-elevation buttocks-support portion adapted to be positioned adjacent to the
seat back of a passenger seat and a high-elevation leg-support portion adapted to be spaced apart from the seat back of the
passenger seat by the rear low-elevation buttocks-support portion,

a left lap belt-positioning tether coupled to the portable contoured seat pad and arranged to extend from a left side of the
portable contoured seat pad, the left lap belt-positioning tether configured to receive a vehicle lap belt, and

a right lap belt-positioning tether coupled to the portable contoured seat pad and arranged to extend from a right side of
the portable contoured seat pad, the right lap belt-positioning tether configured to receive a vehicle lap belt,

wherein the high-elevation leg-support portion of the portable contoured seat pad is arranged to extend about half the length
of the portable contoured seat pad from a front of the portable contoured seat pad toward a back of the portable contoured
seat pad, the front high-elevation leg-support portion includes a laterally extending peak and a forward tailbone-locator
incline, the laterally extending peak has a greater height than the low-elevation buttocks-support portion, the laterally
extending peak has a curved convex top surface, and the forward tailbone-locator incline arranged to slope downwardly from
the laterally extending peak to the low-elevation buttocks-support portion to provide positioning means for locating a tailbone
of a child rearward of the high-elevation leg-support portion over the low-elevation buttocks-support portion and for angling
thighs of the child upward from the low-elevation buttocks-support portion causing the thighs of the child to form a slightly
obtuse angle with lower legs of the child when the child is seated on the booster seat so that the child is encouraged to
sit up straight along the seat back of the passenger seat and so that the lower legs of the child are guided along a smooth
transition toward a front of the seat bottom included in the passenger seat underlying the booster seat.

US Pat. No. 9,119,481

JUVENILE SEAT ASSEMBLY

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile seat assembly comprising
a seat including a seat bottom,
a seat foundation including a first molded side frame made of a plastics material and coupled to a first side of the seat
bottom, a second molded side frame made of a plastics material and coupled to an opposite second side of the seat bottom to
locate the seat bottom between the first and second molded side frames, first and second legs coupled to the first molded
side frame and arranged to lie in spaced-apart relation to one another to elevate the first molded side frame above ground
underlying the seat bottom, and third and fourth legs coupled to the second molded side frame and arranged to lie in spaced-apart
relation to one another to elevate the second molded side frame and the seat bottom above the ground underlying the seat bottom,

wherein the first molded side frame includes a horizontally extending first armrest and a first component-mount plate arranged
to extend downwardly from the first armrest and to mate with the first side of the seat bottom and the second molded side
frame includes a horizontally extending second armrest and a second component-mount plate arranged to extend downwardly from
the second armrest and to mate with the opposite second side of the seat bottom, and

wherein each of the first and second component-mount plates is formed to include a horizontally extending seat bottom-receiving
slot, the first side of the seat bottom is arranged to extend into the horizontally extending seat bottom-receiving slot formed
in the first component-mount plate, and the opposite second side of the seat bottom is arranged to extend into the horizontally
extending seat bottom-receiving slot formed in the second component-mount plate.

US Pat. No. 9,475,411

CHILD CAR SEAT, INTENDED TO BE JOINED TO THE SEAT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. Child car seat, intended to be installed in particular in a motor vehicle, comprising a seat bottom and a seat back provided
with side flanks and a headrest having a back portion, substantially parallel to the seat back, and two side cheeks extending
from said back portion,
characterised in that said seat comprises means for controlling a predetermined safety displacement of at least one portion
of said side cheeks, in the event of a side impact against said seat from a first transport position to a second safety position,
wherein a mobile portion of the cheek is moved closer to the child's head,

said means for controlling providing said safety displacement at the time of a side impact having a force greater than a predetermined
threshold.

US Pat. No. 9,463,822

STROLLER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

15. A collapsible stroller comprising
a mobile base including a rolling rear-leg unit and a rolling front-leg unit arranged to move relative to the rolling rear-leg
unit from a folded position located alongside the rolling rear-leg unit and associated with a collapsed storage mode of the
collapsible stroller to an unfolded position located apart from the rolling rear-leg unit and associated with an expanded
use mode of the collapsible stroller, and

a foot-actuated base opener formed to provide means for moving the rolling front-leg unit away from the rolling rear-leg unit
from the folded position to the unfolded position to unfold the mobile base in response to application of a downward force
to a foot pedal included in the foot-actuator base opener to move the foot pedal closer to ground underlying the mobile base
so that the collapsible stroller changes from the collapsed storage mode to the expanded use mode.

US Pat. No. 9,656,005

NASAL ASPIRATOR

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A nasal aspirator adapted to remove fluid or tissue or foreign material from a nasal passageway of a person, the nasal
aspirator comprising
an aspirator tube sized to be inserted into the nasal cavity of a person,
a housing coupled to the aspirator tube, the housing including a top cover and an elastic deformable squeeze bulb that cooperates
with the top cover to form a variable-size material-collection air chamber located therebetween, the top cover formed to include
an air-discharge port in fluid communication with the variable-size material-collection air chamber and an offset air-intake
port in fluid communication with the aspirator tube, and

an airflow-management unit coupled to the top cover of the housing to communicate with both of the air-discharge and the offset
air-intake ports formed in the top cover, the airflow-management unit comprising means for discharging air from the air chamber
through the air-discharge port and then drawing air and other materials by suction into the air chamber through the offset
air-intake port in response to applying a shape-changing squeezing force to the elastic deformable squeeze bulb and then allowing
the elastic deformable squeeze bulb to expand to resume its initial undeformed shape so that when a free end of the upright
aspirator tube is placed in the nasal passageway of the person, nearby fluid, tissue, or foreign material extant in the nasal
passageway will be drawn by suction into the air chamber through the aspirator tube and the air-intake port formed in the
top cover of the housing, wherein the airflow-management unit is located entirely within the air chamber.

US Pat. No. 9,603,463

CHAIR WITH RECLINING SEAT BACK

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile seat assembly comprising
a frame,
a seat bottom coupled to the frame and arranged to lie in a horizontal position on the frame in an elevated location above
ground underlying the frame, and

a seat back including a backrest, a pivot axle coupled to the frame and to the backrest to support the backrest for pivotable
movement about a backrest-pivot axis between an upright position and at least one rearwardly extending reclined position to
change an angular orientation of the backrest relative to the seat bottom, and backrest anchor means for retaining the backrest
in one of the upright position and a first rearwardly extending reclined position at the option of a caregiver so that the
angular orientation of the backrest relative to the seat bottom can be varied by the caregiver, wherein the backrest anchor
means is coupled to the backrest to move therewith and is arranged to engage the frame to establish each angular orientation
of the backrest relative to the seat bottom, wherein the backrest anchor means includes a downwardly extending first movable
anchor tab that is constrained to move in upward and downward directions relative to the backrest without any pivotable movement
relative to the backrest, the frame includes a first leg unit coupled to a first side of the seat bottom, a second leg unit
coupled to an opposite second side of the seat bottom and arranged to lie in spaced-apart relation to the first leg unit,
and a first rear portion coupled to the first leg unit and arranged to extend rearwardly in a direction away from the seat
bottom, the first rear portion is formed to include a first upwardly opening tab-receiving notch located to receive the downwardly
extending first movable anchor tab included in the backrest anchor means to establish the upright position of the backrest
and a second upwardly opening tab-receiving notch arranged to lie in spaced-apart relation to a front edge of the seat bottom
to locate the first upwardly opening tab-receiving notch therebetween and located to receive the downwardly extending first
movable anchor tab included in the backrest anchor means to establish the first rearwardly extending reclined position of
the backrest, and

wherein the backrest anchor means includes a first backrest lock comprising a stationary foundation, a slidable retainer unit
including the downwardly extending first movable anchor tab, and a tab-biasing spring, the stationary foundation is mounted
via a fastener on the backrest to move therewith, the slidable retainer unit is mounted for up-and-down sliding movement on
the stationary foundation relative to the backrest to move the downwardly extending first movable anchor tab into and out
of each of the first and second upwardly opening tab-receiving notches formed in the first rear portion of the frame, and
the tab-biasing spring is located and acts between the stationary foundation and the slidable retainer unit normally to urge
the downwardly extending first movable anchor tab downwardly toward the first rear portion to cause the downwardly extending
first movable anchor tab to extend into one of the tab-receiving notches upon arrival.

US Pat. No. 9,604,554

CHILD CAR SEAT WITH HEIGHT-ADJUSTABLE SEAT CUSHION

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

9. A juvenile vehicle seat comprising
a foundation adapted to rest in a stationary position on a passenger seat of a vehicle,
a child restraint associated with the foundation and configured to include a seatback arranged to extend upwardly from a rear
portion of the foundation and formed to include laterally spaced apart first and second upper belt-receiving slots,

a seat bottom arranged to lie above the foundation and cooperate with the seatback to support a juvenile in a seated position
above the foundation, the seat bottom being formed to include laterally spaced-apart first and second lower belt-receiving
slots, and

a child-restraint harness coupled to the seat bottom and to the seatback and configured to restrain a juvenile in the seated
position on the seat bottom and seatback, the child-restraint harness comprising a first belt arranged to pass through the
first lower belt-receiving slot and the first upper belt-receiving slot to lie along a first side of the child restraint and
a second belt arranged to pass through the second lower belt-receiving slot and the second upper belt-receiving slot to lie
along a second side of the child restraint, and bottom-mover means for moving the seat bottom in one of an upward direction
along the seatback away from the foundation to raise the seat bottom to a higher elevation above the foundation to lie closer
to the first and second upper belt-receiving slots formed in the seatback while allowing movement of the first belt in the
child-restraint harness in the first lower belt-receiving slot and movement of the second belt in the child-restraint harness
in the second lower belt-receiving slot during movement of the seat bottom relative to the foundation and in a downward direction
along the seatback toward the foundation to a lower elevation to lie closer to the foundation and further away from the first
and second upper belt-receiving slots formed in the seatback while allowing movement of the first belt in the child-restraint
harness in the first lower belt-receiving slot and movement of the second belt in the child-restraint harness in the second
lower belt-receiving slot.

US Pat. No. 9,452,694

JUVENILE VEHICLE SEAT

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile vehicle seat comprising
a base adapted to boost a child relative to an underlying vehicle seat, the base including a bottom shell and a top shell,
the bottom shell including a floor and an upstanding latch retainer coupled to the floor and arranged to extend upwardly toward
the top shell,

a drawer that moves into and out of a drawer-receiving cavity formed between the top shell and the bottom shell of the base,
and

a drawer motion controller including a flex tab coupled to the drawer, a handle coupled to the flex tab, and a latch that
extends downwardly from the flex tab toward the floor of the bottom shell,

wherein the latch retainer included in the base and the latch included in the drawer-motion controller cooperate to provide
lock means for locking the drawer in a closed position arranged mostly inside the drawer-receiving cavity of the base until
a caregiver lifts the handle upwardly in a downwardly-opening channel formed by a front wall of the drawer to cause the flex
tab and the latch to move upwardly away from the floor of the lower shell to a height above the floor at which the latch is
free from engagement with the latch retainer so that the drawer is free to move relative to the base from the closed position
to an open position arranged to extend outside the drawer-receiving cavity in response to application of a horizontal pulling
force applied to the handle,

wherein the drawer and the flex tab are formed from a monolithic elastic component and the flex tab moves about a flex line
arranged at the connection of the flex tab with drawer in response to movement of the handle upwardly into the downwardly-opening
channel, and

wherein the handle includes a grip arranged in the downwardly-opening channel formed by the front wall of the drawer and a
grip mount that extends from the grip in the downwardly-opening channel to the flex tab to couple the flex tab to the handle
for movement therewith, the front wall of the drawer includes a front panel, a back panel, and a top panel that cooperate
to define the downwardly-opening channel, and the back panel of the front wall is formed to include a pass-through aperture
through which the grip mount extends.

US Pat. No. 9,427,089

BED RAIL

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A bed rail comprising
a side-rail support base adapted to be positioned under a mattress in a stationary position and
a side rail including a stationary foundation unit coupled to the side-rail support base to extend upwardly along and above
a perimeter side edge of the mattress and a movable barrier unit mounted for up-and-down movement on the stationary foundation
unit relative to the side-rail support base between a lowered clamped position to clamp the mattress between the side-rail
support base and the movable barrier unit and a raised unclamped position separated from the mattress to unclamp the mattress,
wherein the movable barrier unit includes an inclined inner panel that includes a lower portion that is arranged to overlie
a top surface of the mattress to extend along an offset mattress-contact line that is provided on the top surface of the mattress
and arranged to lie in spaced-apart relation to the perimeter side edge of the mattress when the side-rail support base is
positioned under the mattress and the movable barrier unit occupies the lowered clamped position, the inclined inner panel
includes an outwardly facing surface arranged to face toward the stationary foundation unit and an inwardly facing surface
arranged to face away from the stationary foundation unit and toward a person at rest on the mattress, and the inwardly facing
surface of the inclined inner panel and the top surface of the mattress cooperate to define an obtuse included angle therebetween
when the movable barrier unit occupies the lowered clamped position.

US Pat. No. 9,399,478

STROLLER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A collapsible stroller comprising
a mobile base including a rolling rear-leg unit having a rear wheel and a rolling front-leg unit having a front wheel and
being mounted for folding movement relative to the rolling rear-leg unit between a folded position alongside the rolling rear-leg
unit and associated with a collapsed storage mode of the stroller wherein the front and rear wheels are arranged to lie in
close proximity to one another to define a first distance therebetween and an unfolded position separated from the rolling
rear-leg unit associated with an expanded use mode of the stroller wherein the front and rear wheels are arranged to lie in
spread-apart relation to one another to define a greater second distance therebetween,

a juvenile seat mounted for movement with the mobile base, and
a foot-actuated base opener including
a spreader mover including a first foot pedal and
a leg spreader coupled to the rolling rear-leg unit at a rear pivot axis, the rolling front-leg unit at a front pivot axis,
and the spreader mover for movement relative to each of the rolling rear-leg and front-leg units between a drawn-together
leg position associated with the collapsed storage mode of the stroller and a spread-apart leg position associated with the
expanded use mode of the stroller,

wherein the spreader mover further includes pedal-support means for effecting a torque to move the rear and front wheels about
the rear and front axes from the drawn-together leg position to the spread-apart leg position to unfold the rolling front-leg
unit of the mobile base and move the front wheel of the rolling front-leg unit away from the rear wheel of the rolling rear-leg
unit in response to application of a downward force to the first foot pedal so that the rolling front-leg unit is moved from
the folded position alongside the rolling rear-leg unit to the unfolded position separated from the rolling rear-leg unit.

US Pat. No. 9,278,631

INFANT RESTRAINT SYSTEM FOR JUVENILE SEAT

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A motion-inhibitor apparatus comprising
a juvenile seat includes a seat shell, a tether and a swaddle harness with one end of the tether coupled to the seat shell
and

an infant-swaddle restraint means for enveloping an infant reclined in a supine position in an infant-receiving space so that
shoulders, upper torso, legs, and feet of the infant are substantially covered to swaddle the infant, wherein the tether passes
thru the seat shell and a second end of the tether is coupled to the infant-swaddle restraint means and wherein the swaddle
harness is coupled to the restraint means to inhibit movement of the infant-swaddle restraint means relative to the seat shell
while the infant-swaddle restraint means is located on the seat shell.

US Pat. No. 9,815,487

COMPACT FOLDABLE STROLLER WITH ONE-HANDED FOLD CONTROL

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A mobile cart adapted for use in a collapsible stroller, the mobile cart comprising
a rolling base including a rear wheel,
a foldable frame including a rolling-base stabilizer having a front wheel and a rolling-base pusher having a push handle,
the rolling-base stabilizer being coupled to the rolling base to pivot about a stabilizer-pivot axis between a folded-in position
arranged to lie in close proximity to the rolling base and a folded-out position arranged to extend forwardly away from the
rolling base, and the rolling-base pusher being coupled to the rolling base to pivot about a pusher-pivot axis between a folded-in
position arranged to lie in close proximity to the rolling base and a folded-out position arranged to extend upwardly away
from the rolling base, and

a frame-motion controller including movement-linkage means for coordinating movement of the rolling-base stabilizer and base
pusher relative to the rolling base so that the rolling-base stabilizer and pusher move simultaneously toward the rolling
base to the folded-in positions to establish a collapsed-storage mode of the mobile cart during movement of one of the rolling-base
stabilizer and pusher toward the rolling base and so that the rolling-base stabilizer and pusher move simultaneously away
from the rolling base to the folded-out positions to establish an alternative expanded-use storage mode of the mobile cart
during movement of one of the rolling-base stabilizer and pusher away from the rolling base, wherein the movement-linkage
means includes a middle motion-transfer link having a first-end segment mounted for pivotable movement in a first link-end
receiver formed in the rolling-base stabilizer and a second-end segment mounted for pivotable movement in a second link-end
receiver formed in the rolling-base pusher.

US Pat. No. 9,789,792

BELT-POSITIONING BOOSTER SEAT FOR VEHICLES

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A booster seat adapted to be removably positioned on a vehicle passenger seat comprising
a compliant contoured seat pad including a body adapted to support a child seated on the booster seat, a left ear thinner
than the body and arranged to extend from a left side of the body, and a right ear thinner than the body arranged to extend
from a right side of the body,

a left lap belt-positioning tether coupled to the left ear and arranged to extend from the left ear, the left lap belt-positioning
tether configured to receive a lap belt, and

a right lap belt-positioning tether coupled to the right ear and arranged to extend from the right ear, the right lap belt-positioning
tether configured to receive a lap belt,

wherein the left lap belt-positioning tether is coupled to the left ear by stitches of thread that extend through the left
lap belt-positioning tether and the left ear to secure the left lap belt-positioning tether to the compliant contoured seat
pad so that a lap belt received in the left lap belt-positioning tether is retained in a selected position relative to the
compliant contoured seat pad and the right lap belt-positioning tether is coupled to the right ear by stitches of thread that
extend through the right lap belt-positioning tether and the right ear to secure the right lap belt-positioning tether to
the compliant contoured seat pad so that a lap belt received in the right lap belt-positioning tether is retained in a selected
position relative to the compliant contoured seat pad,

whereby the seat pad is adapted to be removed from the vehicle passenger seat by only removal of the lap belt from the left
lap belt-positioning tether and right lap belt-positioning tether.

US Pat. No. 9,637,959

SECURITY GATE LATCH SYSTEM

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A gate unit comprising
a gate including a barrier wall and a latch pin mounted in a stationary position on the barrier wall to move therewith and
arranged to extend in a horizontal direction away from the barrier wall and

a gate mount adapted to mate with a door frame bordering a doorway, the gate mount including a gate-pivot support adapted
to be coupled to a first doorjamb of the door frame and arranged to support the barrier wall of the gate for swinging movement
in one of a clockwise direction and a counterclockwise direction about a vertical pivot axis between opened and closed positions,
the gate mount further including a gate-motion blocker adapted to be coupled to an opposite second doorjamb of the door frame
and arranged to mate with the latch pin included in the gate to block swinging movement of the barrier wall of the gate about
the vertical pivot axis, wherein the gate-motion blocker comprises a latch including a body adapted to be coupled to the second
doorjamb, a movable gate retainer formed to include a pin-receiver notch sized to receive a portion of the latch pin upon
movement of the barrier wall to assume the closed position, a retainer-biasing spring arranged to yieldably urge the movable
gate retainer to move upwardly relative to the body from a lowered position discharging the latch pin from the pin-receiver
notch to free the barrier wall to swing about the vertical pivot axis to a raised position receiving and retaining the latch
pin in the pin-receiver notch in response to swinging movement of the barrier wall about the vertical pivot axis to assume
the closed position to block any further swinging movement of the barrier wall about the vertical pivot axis to retain the
barrier wall in the closed position, and

wherein the body is formed to include a retainer-receiver chamber and the movable gate retainer is located to position the
pin-receiver notch in the retainer-receiver chamber when the movable gate retainer occupies the lowered position to discharge
the latch pin from the pin-receiver notch.

US Pat. No. 9,622,622

JUVENILE TUB

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile tub comprising
a central base having a foot end, an opposite head end, and a child-receiving cradle extending between the foot end and the
head end,

a foldable footrest mounted on the foot end of the central base for pivotable movement about a footrest axis between a collapsed-storage
position overlying a first portion of the child-receiving cradle and an expanded-use position extending away from the child-receiving
cradle and the head end of the central base,

a foldable headrest mounted on the head end of the central base for pivotable movement about a headrest axis between a collapsed-storage
position overlying a second portion of the child-receiving cradle and an expanded-use position extending away from the child-receiving
cradle and the foot end of the central base,

an expanded-use position retainer including a footrest lock mounted for movement on the foot end of the central base to extend
into and mate with a footrest lock receiver formed in the footrest in response to pivotable movement of the foldable footrest
about the footrest axis to the expanded-use position to retain the footrest in the expanded-use position relative to the central
base and a headrest lock mounted for movement on the head end of the central base to extend into and mate with a headrest
lock receiver formed in the headrest in response to pivotable movement of the foldable headrest about the headrest axis to
the expanded-use position to retain the headrest in the expanded-use position relative to the central base, and

wherein the central base is formed to include a left-side bathwater reservoir and a right-side bathwater reservoir arranged
to lie in laterally spaced-apart relation to the left-side bathwater reservoir to locate the child-receiving cradle therebetween,
and the child-receiving cradle includes a child-support surface arranged to extend from the foot end to the head end, an upwardly
extending first side bolster located between the left-side bathwater reservoir and the child-support surface, and an upwardly
extending second side bolster located between the right-side bathwater reservoir and the child-support surface,

wherein each of the left-side and right-side bathwater reservoirs is defined by a low-elevation floor and an endless side
panel surrounding and extending upwardly from a perimeter edge of the low-elevation floor.

US Pat. No. 9,440,562

JUVENILE VEHICLE SEAT WITH ADJUSTABLE BASE

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

17. An adjustable base configured to support an infant carrier on a seat bench included in a passenger seat, the adjustable
base comprising
a carrier cradle formed to include an upwardly-facing carrier-receiving cavity sized to receive an infant carrier and a downwardly-facing
foot-receiving cavity at a foot end of the carrier cradle,

a movable foot mounted to the carrier cradle for up-and-down movement into and out of the downwardly-facing foot-receiving
cavity relative to the carrier cradle to elevate the foot end of the carrier cradle and change a tilt angle of the carrier
cradle relative to the seat bench, and

a foot-position latch coupled to the movable foot for movement therewith and arranged to mate with the carrier cradle to block
movement of the movable foot into the foot-receiving cavity to provide lock means for retaining the carrier cradle in the
tilted position so that the infant carrier received in the carrier cradle is maintained in a selected position relative to
the passenger seat,

wherein the carrier cradle includes a carrier receiver and a shell-support flange coupled to the carrier receiver along the
foot end of the carrier cradle, the shell-support flange is formed to include a downwardly-facing tab-engagement surface,
and the foot-position latch is arranged to engage the downwardly-facing tab-engagement surface of the shell-support flange
to block the movable foot from moving into the foot-receiving cavity when the movable foot is moved out of the downwardly-facing
foot-receiving cavity, and

wherein the foot-position latch includes a lock tab having a elastic flange coupled to the movable foot at a living hinge
and a button extending outwardly from the elastic flange and the elastic flange is arranged to pivot outwardly about the living
hinge to cause the button to engage the shell-support flange around an aperture to block the movable foot from moving into
and out of the foot-receiving cavity when the movable foot is arranged in a retracted-storage position.

US Pat. No. 10,160,353

BELT-GUIDE CLIP FOR A CHILD SEAT

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint comprisinga juvenile vehicle seat including a seat bottom adapted to be set on an underlying seat bench included in a vehicle passenger seat and a seat back extending upwardly away from the seat bottom, the seat back having a bottom end coupled to the seat bottom and a top end spaced apart from the bottom end and
a clip coupled to the seat bottom below a belt-discharge opening formed in the seat bottom configured to provide means for locating a horizontal modified axis of rotation of the juvenile vehicle seat such that rotation of the juvenile vehicle seat relative to the vehicle seat is minimized during a rebound event in which a child supported in the juvenile vehicle seat faces toward a seat back included in the vehicle passenger seat and the juvenile vehicle seat rotates about the horizontal modified axis of rotation relative to the vehicle seat so that the top end of the seat back of the juvenile vehicle seat rotates toward the seat back of the vehicle seat in response to an impact event in which a front impact force is applied to the vehicle seat and causes the juvenile vehicle seat to rotate about the horizontal modified axis of rotation relative to the vehicle seat so that the top end of the seat back of the juvenile vehicle seat rotates away from the seat back of the vehicle seat.

US Pat. No. 10,099,595

CHILD RESTRAINT WITH CUPHOLDER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

12. A juvenile seat comprisinga seat bottom,
a cupholder support coupled to the seat bottom, and
a cupholder mounted on the cupholder support, the cupholder including a cup receiver having a floor and a side wall arranged to cooperate with the floor to form a cup-receiving cavity, wherein the side wall includes a first deformable portion that is arranged to extend away from the cupholder support and to deform from an initial shape and move relative to the floor to assume a different temporary shape and reduce a volume of the cup-receiving cavity during exposure of the first deformable portion to an external impact force,
wherein the cupholder support includes a floor-support wall and a side-support wall arranged to extend upwardly from the floor-support wall and cooperate with the floor-support wall to form a support cavity receiving an inner section of the cup receiver to cause an outer section of the cup receiver including the first deformable portion of the side wall of the cup receiver to lie outside the support cavity; and
wherein the seat bottom is formed to include a rear ridge, a front ridge, and a central basin located between the rear and front ridges and the cup receiver of the cupholder is located in the central basin.

US Pat. No. 9,902,417

STROLLER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A stroller being foldable from an erect position to a collapsed position, and vice versa, which stroller comprising at
least a collapsible folding mechanism, provided with at least one push rod fitted with a handle, which push rod is pivotable
about a first pivot axis of the folding mechanism, which folding mechanism is further provided with a number of rods, wherein
a first rod of said number of rods is pivotable about a second pivot axis of the folding mechanism, characterized in that
the first rod and the push rod are provided with cooperating connecting elements, which connecting elements being connectable
to each other by pivoting the push rod about the first pivot axis to an erect position of the push rod, wherein in the erect
position of the push rod, the connecting elements are lockable to each other by locking means, wherein when the locking means
are unlocked and the connecting elements are still connected to each other, the connecting means prevent the first rod to
pivot about the second pivot axis, whilst after unlocking the locking means as well as after disconnecting the connecting
elements by pivoting the push rod about the first pivot axis towards a collapsed position of the push rod, the first rod is
pivotable about the second pivot axis to allow the folding mechanism to collapse into the collapsed position of the stroller,
characterized in that stroller comprises a support, at least one front wheel connected to the support and at least one rear
wheel, which wheels are interconnected by means of the folding mechanism, wherein the folding mechanism comprises a cross
shaped linkage system having at least one central joint as well as the first rod and additional rods extending from said central
joint, wherein first ends of the first and the additional rods are pivotally connected to the central joint, whilst a second
end of one of the additional rods remote from the central joint is connected to said rear wheel and a second end of the first
rod remote from the central joint is pivotable about the second pivot axis of the folding mechanism, which central joint being
movable with respect to the support over an axis extending between the central joint and the support during erection and collapsion
of the stroller,

characterized in that the folding mechanism furthermore comprises a central rod connected to the support, which central joint
is slidably connected to the rod near an end remote from the support, wherein said axis extends through said rod,

characterized in that at an end remote of the support a disc-shaped stop element extending perpendicular to the central rod
is connected to the central rod, wherein the pivot axes of the rods are located on a side of the central joint directed towards
the disc-shaped stop element, whereby in the erect position, at least the first ends of the rods abut against the disc-shaped
stop element.

US Pat. No. 9,791,324

ELECTRONIC CALIBRATING THERMOMETER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A thermometer comprising
a controller and
a temperature sensor coupled to the controller,
wherein the temperature sensor is configured to receive a first temperature reading and the controller is configured to execute
a timer having a limit value after the first temperature reading is received and disable user input to disallow re-measurement
of a patient's temperature with the thermometer until the limit value of the timer is reached or exceeded.

US Pat. No. 9,771,006

CHILD RESTRAINT

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

8. A child restraint system comprising
a juvenile vehicle seat adapted to rest on a passenger seat in a vehicle, the juvenile vehicle seat including a seat bottom,
a seat back arranged to extend upwardly away from the seat bottom, a first side wall coupled to one side of the seat bottom
and back and formed to include a first anchor receiver, and a second side wall coupled to an opposite second side of the seat
bottom and back and formed to include a second anchor receiver, the first and second side walls being arranged to lie in spaced-apart
relation to one another to form a child-seating space therebetween, and

an infant carrier including a seat shell and a carrying handle coupled to the seat shell, the seat shell including a child-support
base, a first shell anchor coupled to a first side of the child-support base and arranged to extend into the first anchor
receiver formed in the first side wall of the juvenile vehicle seat when the infant carrier is placed in a predetermined position
in the child-seating space formed in the juvenile vehicle seat to align the child-support base of the seat shell in closely
confronting relation to the seat bottom and the seat back of the juvenile vehicle seat in the child-seating space formed in
the juvenile vehicle seat to establish an aligned position of the child-support base of the seat shell of the infant carrier
relative to the juvenile vehicle seat, and a second shell anchor coupled to an opposite second side of the child-support base
and arranged to extend into the second anchor receiver formed in the second side wall of the juvenile vehicle seat when the
infant carrier is placed in the predetermined position in the child-seating space formed in the juvenile vehicle seat to retain
the child-support base of the seat shell in the aligned position,

wherein the child-support base includes a seat bottom that is aligned in closely confronting relation to the seat bottom of
the juvenile vehicle seat when the child-support base is retained in the aligned position and a seat back that is aligned
in closely confronting relation to the seat back of the juvenile vehicle seat when the child-support base is retained in the
aligned position, and the first and second shell anchors are coupled to the seat back of the child-support base, and

wherein the first shell anchor includes a first spring and a first slidable plunger biased outwardly by the first spring away
from the child-support base, the first spring and a portion of the first slidable plunger are arranged to lie in a first channel
formed in the seat back of the child-support base, and the first slidable plunger is pushed inwardly to compress the first
spring when engaging the first side wall of the juvenile vehicle seat during mounting of the infant carrier on the juvenile
vehicle seat and is moved outwardly by the first spring into the first anchor receiver when the first slidable plunger is
aligned with the first anchor receiver.

US Pat. No. 10,086,729

HEADREST

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. An occupant restraint for a mobile vehicle, the restraint comprisinga headrest including a first side wing, a second side wing arranged to lie in spaced-apart relation to the first side wing, and a back plate arranged to extend between the first and second side wings and cooperate with the first and second side wings to define a head- receiving space therebetween,
a first chin-support pad mounted on the first side wing for pivotable movement about a positively sloping inclined first pad pivot axis relative to the back plate, toward the second side wing from a retracted position alongside the first side wing to an extended and inclined position away from the first side wing to provide support for a first side of a chin of an occupant of the occupant restraint, and
a second chin-support pad mounted on the second side wing for pivotable movement about a positively sloping inclined second pad pivot axis relative to the back plate, toward the first side wing from a retracted position alongside the second side wing to an extended and inclined position away from the second side wing to provide support for an opposite second side of a chin of the occupant of the occupant restraint.

US Pat. No. 9,707,868

CHILD CAR SEAT HAVING ACTIVE PROTECTION MEANS

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child care device comprising a child car seat, active protection means and means for triggering said active protection
means to deploy the active protection means, in case of need,
characterised in that said triggering means deliver a command for triggering said active protection means according to a combination
of at least two signals:

at least one first signal delivered by a piece of equipment of said child car seat, indicating a use of said child car seat
in a vehicle and that deployment of the active protection means is permitted, and

at least one second signal delivered by detection means, indicating the detection of an accident situation.

US Pat. No. 9,517,790

PACKAGING FOR UMBRELLA STROLLERS

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile stroller system comprising
a stroller including a collapsible seat-support frame configured to be converted by a caregiver from an expanded use mode
wherein the collapsible seat-support frame has a first width to a collapsed storage mode wherein the collapsible seat-support
frame has a relatively narrower second width, a deformable seat coupled to the collapsible seat-support frame and made of
a deformable material to change from a wide juvenile-supporting shape in the expanded use mode of the collapsible seat-support
frame to a relatively narrower narrow stowed shape in the collapsed storage mode of the collapsible seat-support frame, a
first rear-wheel unit coupled to a first rear leg included in the collapsible seat-support frame, and a first front-wheel
unit coupled to a first front leg included in the collapsible seat-support frame and arranged to lie at a first distance from
the first rear-wheel unit when the collapsible seat-support frame is in the expanded use mode and at a relatively greater
second distance from the first rear-wheel unit when the collapsible seat-support frame is in the collapsed storage mode, and

an end cap including a container formed to include a wheel-storage chamber sized to receive and store the first rear-wheel
unit without receiving and storing the first front-wheel unit when the collapsible seat-support frame assumes the collapsed
storage mode,

wherein the collapsible seat-support frame further includes a second rear-wheel unit coupled to a second rear leg included
in the collapsible seat-support frame, the second rear-wheel unit is arranged to lie in spaced-apart relation to the first
rear-wheel unit to establish a first width therebetween when the collapsible seat-support frame is in the expanded use mode
and to lie alongside the first rear-wheel unit to establish a relatively narrower second width therebetween when the collapsible
seat-support frame is in the collapsed storage mode, and the second rear-wheel unit is stored in the wheel-storage chamber
of the container alongside the first rear-wheel unit when the collapsible seat-support frame is in the collapsed storage mode,
and

wherein the end cap further includes a container closure coupled to the container to close an opening that opens into the
wheel-storage chamber while the first and second rear-wheel units are stored in the wheel-storage chamber and the container
closure is formed to include a first rear-leg aperture through which the first rear leg extends when the collapsible seat-support
frame is in the collapsed storage mode and a second rear-leg aperture through which the second rear leg extends when the collapsed
seat-support fame is in the collapsed storage mode.

US Pat. No. 9,216,670

CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint system comprising
a base including a foundation adapted to set on a passenger seat in a vehicle and an anchor retainer coupled to the foundation
to lie in a stationary position on the foundation, and

an infant carrier including a seat shell, a front shell anchor coupled to the seat shell for pivotable movement about an anchor-pivot
axis relative to the seat shell between a base-mating position engaged to the anchor retainer and a base-releasing position
disengaged from the anchor retainer, and a rear shell anchor coupled to the seat shell and spaced-apart from the front shell
anchor and configured to move along an anchor-movement line relative to the seat shell between an extended position and a
retracted position, and

an anchor controller coupled to the seat shell to move back and forth relative to the seat shell between a locked position
in which the front shell anchor is in the base-mating position and the rear shell anchor is in the extended position and an
unlocked position in which the front shell anchor is in the base-releasing position and the rear shell anchor is in the retracted
position,

wherein the anchor controller includes a release handle, an anchor-mover link arranged to interconnect the release handle
and the rear shell anchor to cause the rear shell anchor to move relative to the seat shell inwardly along the anchor-movement
line from the extended position to the retracted position in response to movement of the release handle in a rearward direction
away from the seat shell, and an anchor-pivot link coupled to the anchor-mover link and to the front shell anchor and arranged
to cause the front shell anchor to pivot about the anchor-pivot axis in a clockwise direction from the base-mating position
to the base-releasing position in response to movement of the release handle in the rearward direction away from the seat
shell and movement of the anchor-mover link relative to the seat shell.

US Pat. No. 10,046,676

CHILD RESTRAINT WITH ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint comprisinga juvenile vehicle seat including a seat bottom and a seat back, the seat back including a backrest arranged to extend upwardly from the seat bottom and a headrest arranged to lie in spaced-apart relation to the seat bottom to locate portions of the backrest therebetween, and adapted to support a head of a child seated on the seat bottom, and
energy-dissipation means coupled to the headrest for dissipating energy associated with movement of the head of a child seated on the seat bottom relative to the headrest following application of external impact forces to the juvenile vehicle seat, wherein the energy-dissipation means includes a first energy-dissipation finger having a first root end coupled to the headrest and a first tip arranged to lie in spaced-apart relation to the headrest, a second energy-dissipation finger having a second root end coupled to the headrest and a second tip arranged to lie in spaced-apart relation to the headrest, a third energy-dissipation finger having a third root end coupled to the headrest and a third tip arranged to lie in spaced-apart relation to the headrest, and a fourth energy-dissipation finger having a fourth root end coupled to the headrest and a fourth tip arranged to lie in spaced-apart relation to the headrest, the first and second energy-dissipation fingers are arranged to extend upwardly away from the seat bottom to lie in laterally spaced-apart relation to one another and flex rearwardly away from the seat bottom in response to application of a rearwardly directed force to the first and second energy-dissipation fingers during movement of the head of the child seated on the seat bottom, and the third and fourth energy-dissipation fingers are arranged to extend downwardly toward the seat bottom to lie in laterally spaced-apart relation to one another and flex rearwardly away from the seat bottom in response to application of a rearwardly directed forces to the third and fourth energy-dissipation fingers during movement of the head of the child seated on the seat bottom.

US Pat. No. 10,023,092

CHILD RESTRAINT WITH CUPHOLDER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile seat comprisinga seat bottom,
a cupholder support coupled to the seat bottom, the cupholder support including a cup-receiver platform having a top wall formed to include a lock-passage aperture and a lock retainer coupled to the underside of the top wall and arranged to extend downwardly away from the top wall and partly around the lock-passage aperture formed in the top wall, and
a cupholder including a cup receiver having a floor and a side wall arranged to cooperate with the floor to form a cup-receiving cavity sized and adapted to receive a drink cup used by a child seated on the seat bottom, and
wherein the side wall of the cup receiver includes a deformable portion that is unsupported by the cupholder support and is configured to deform elastically to change from an initial shape and move relative to the floor to assume a different temporary shape and reduce a volume of the cup-receiving cavity temporarily only during exposure of the deformable portion to an external impact force and to return to the initial shape following cessation of the external impact force, the deformable portion is made of a deformable elastic material, and the cupholder also includes cup-receiver lock means coupled to the floor of the cup receiver for engaging a downwardly facing surface of the lock retainer to retain the floor of the cup receiver in a fixed position on the cup-receiver platform of the cupholder support to locate the deformable portion of the side wall of the cup-receiver in spaced-apart relation to the cup receiver platform of the cupholder support
wherein the lock retainer includes a first downwardly sloping inclined ramp coupled to the underside of the top wall and formed to include a first end located at a first distance from the underside of the top wall and an opposite second end located at a relatively greater second distance from the underside of the top wall, the first downwardly sloping inclined ramp is arranged to extend partly around the lock-passage aperture, the lock retainer further includes a first anti-rotation stop located under the top wall at the second end of the ramp and arranged to lie in spaced-apart relation to the first end of the ramp, the first downwardly sloping inclined ramp includes a first portion of the downwardly facing surface, and the cup-receiver lock means includes a first laterally extending anchor tab arranged to lie in a receiver-locking position to engage the first portion of the downwardly facing surface to trap the first downwardly sloping inclined ramp and a portion of the top wall between the first laterally extending anchor tab and the floor of the cup receiver.

US Pat. No. 9,956,980

JUVENILE STROLLER WITH REMOVABLE SEAT COVER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile stroller comprisinga mobile cart having a push handle, a juvenile seat mounted on the mobile cart, the juvenile seat including a seat bottom, a seat back arranged to extend upwardly from the seat bottom, an inclined leg support associated with a forward edge of the seat bottom and arranged to extend downwardly toward ground underlying the mobile cart, and a child-restraint harness comprising a crotch belt coupled to the seat bottom and first and second side belts coupled to a backrest of the seat back, and
a removable seat cover comprising a seat-back pad, a leg-support pad, and a seat-bottom pad arranged to interconnect the seat-back and leg-support pads, the seat-back pad includes a backrest adapted to mate with the backrest included in the seat back and several rearwardly facing fasteners configured to mate with companion forwardly facing fasteners coupled to the backrest of the seat back to retain the seat-back pad in a fixed position on the seat back, the leg-support pad includes a leg-rest panel and a rear sheet coupled to the leg-rest panel and arranged to cooperate with an underside of the leg-rest panel to form a pocket for receiving a free end of the inclined leg support to retain the seat-bottom pad on the seat bottom and the leg-support pad on the inclined leg support, wherein the first and second side belts pass through belt-receiving apertures formed in the backrest of the seat back and the backrest of the seat pad and engage the crotch belt to restrain a child seat in the juvenile seat, a lower end of each of the first and second side belts is coupled directly to a forwardly facing surface of the backrest of the seat back, in an anchored position, only an upper end of each of the first and second side belts extends within a companion belt-receiving aperture formed in the backrest of the seat pad and the backrest of the seat back so that a backrest-anchor plate included in a free end of each of the first and second side belts engages a rearwardly facing surface of the backrest of the seat back to anchor those free ends to the seat back.

US Pat. No. 9,938,757

PANEL LOCK

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A panel lock comprisinga base mount adapted to be mounted on a relatively stationary base,
a tether holder adapted to be mounted on a movable panel,
a panel tether including a strap and a strap anchor, the strap being coupled to the base mount to move relative thereto, and the strap anchor being coupled to a free end of the strap and coupled to the tether holder, and
a spring biasing a first linearly movable part for locking the movable panel in a closed position relative to the relatively stationary base, and
wherein the tether holder includes a retainer-support plate adapted to be mounted on the movable panel and formed to include a tab receiver and an upstanding anchor retainer coupled to the retainer-support plate in spaced-apart relation to the tab receiver and arranged to extend upwardly away from the retainer-support plate.

US Pat. No. 9,936,843

COMBINATION FOOTSTOOL AND CHILD POTTY

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

12. A juvenile bathroom system comprisinga child potty formed to include a waste-collection chamber and adapted to be set on a floor away from a toilet and
a footstool including a shell formed to include a downwardly opening potty-storage chamber sized to receive of the child potty therein and adapted to be set on the floor when the child potty is stored in the potty-storage chamber and a first potty-retainer tab coupled to the shell and arranged to extend into a first tab-receiver channel formed in the child potty when the child potty is stored in the potty-storage chamber to retain the child potty in a stationary position in the potty-storage chamber without impeding use of the footstool to elevate children or caregivers above the floor,
wherein the child potty includes a waste-collection bowl formed to include the waste-collection chamber and a bowl-support frame coupled to the waste-collection bowl and arranged to extend around the waste-collection chamber and the bowl-support frame is formed to include the first tab-receiver channel,
wherein the bowl-support frame includes a seat pad coupled to the waste-collection bowl and arranged to extend around a top aperture that opens into the waste-collection chamber formed in the waste-collection bowl and a pad-support rim arranged to elevate the seat pad above the floor underlying the child potty to locate the waste-collection bowl between the seat pad and the floor and the pad-support rim is formed to include the first tab-receiver channel,
wherein the shell includes a horizontal child-support platform arranged to overlie and lie in proximity to the seat pad to cover the top aperture that opens into the waste-collection chamber when the child potty is retained in the potty-storage chamber formed in the shell and a platform-elevation side wall coupled to the child-support platform and arranged to extend downwardly from the child-support platform and to surround the waste-collection bowl and the first potty-retainer tab is coupled to the platform-elevation side wall and arranged to extend into the first tab-receiver channel formed in the bowl-support frame of the child potty when the child potty is retained in the potty-storage chamber formed in the footstool,
wherein the child potty is adapted to be set on the floor and used when not received in the footstool, and
wherein the platform-elevation side wall is made of an elastic deformable material having an undeformed first shape in which the first potty-retainer tab carried on the platform-elevation side wall is arranged to extend into the first tab-receiver channel formed in the bowl-support frame to retain the child potty in the stationary position in the potty-storage chamber and a temporarily deformed second shape generated in response to application of an external squeezing force to the platform-elevation side wall in which the first potty-retainer tab carried on the platform-elevation side wall is withdrawn from the first tab-receiver channel formed in the bowl-support frame to free the footstool to be separated from the child potty.

US Pat. No. 9,878,643

JUVENILE VEHICLE SEAT WITH HEADREST ADJUSTOR

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint comprising
a juvenile vehicle seat including a seat back and a seat bottom arranged to extend in a forward direction away from the seat
back, and

a head-restraint unit including a headrest mounted for up-and-down movement on the seat back and formed to include a forward-opening
aperture and a headrest-height adjustor having a headrest-locked mode engaging the seat back to prevent the headrest from
moving up and down relative to the seat back and a headrest-unlocked mode disengaging the seat back to allow the headrest
to move up and down relative to the seat back and mode-changer means for changing the headrest-height adjustor means from
the headrest-locked mode to the headrest-unlocked mode in response to movement of an external force generator through the
forward-opening aperture formed in the headrest in an opposite rearward direction.

US Pat. No. 9,751,363

SWIVEL CASTER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A mobile cart comprising
a caster-support hub,
a swivel caster mounted on the caster-support hub for swiveling movement relative to the caster-support hub about a vertical
rotation axis from a centered position in a counterclockwise direction to a left-swivel position or from the centered position
in a clockwise direction to a right-swivel position,

a caster-controller coupled to the caster-support hub for applying a yieldable clockwise torque to the swivel caster to urge
the swivel caster to rotate about the vertical rotation axis in a clockwise direction to the centered position from the left-swivel
position, and, alternatively, a yieldable counterclockwise torque to the swivel caster to urge the swivel caster to rotate
in a counterclockwise direction to the centered position from the right-swivel position during movement of the mobile cart
so that the swivel caster is maintained generally in the centered position while the mobile cart is in motion, and

wherein the caster-controller includes a right-side centering spring, a left-side centering spring, and a swivel-rotation
limiter including a first spring seat coupled to the swivel caster to rotate therewith about the vertical rotation axis and
associated with the right-side centering spring, a second spring seat coupled to the swivel caster to rotate therewith about
the vertical rotation axis and associated with the left-side centering spring, a lockout plate mounted on the swivel caster
for rotation about the vertical rotation axis relative to the spring seats, a first spring post coupled to the lockout plate
to rotate therewith, and a second spring post coupled to the lockout plate to rotate therewith, and wherein the right-side
centering spring is arranged to lie in a first spring-receiver space to act against the first spring post and the first spring
seat to store potential energy in response to rotation of the swivel caster about the vertical rotation axis in the counterclockwise
direction from the centered position to the right-swivel position, and wherein the left-side centering spring is arranged
to lie in a second spring-receiver space to act against the second spring post and the second spring seat to store potential
energy in response to rotation of the swivel caster about the vertical rotation axis in the clockwise direction from the centered
position to the left-swivel position,

wherein the caster is adjustable between a self-centering configuration in which the lockout plate is fixed to the caster-support
hub and a free-swiveling mode in which the lockout plate is free to swivel with respect to the caster-support hub.

US Pat. No. 9,561,816

COMPACT FOLDABLE STROLLER WITH ONE-HANDED FOLD CONTROL

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A mobile cart adapted for use in a stroller, the mobile cart comprising
a rolling base including a left wheeled leg and a right wheeled leg,
a foldable frame including a base stabilizer coupled to the rolling base to pivot about a frame axis and a base pusher coupled
to the rolling base to pivot about a pusher axis, and

a frame-motion controller adapted to provide fold means for releasing the foldable frame to move from a folded-out position
in which the base stabilizer and the base pusher extend away from the rolling base to support a child sitting on a seat mounted
to the mobile cart when the mobile cart is in use to a folded-in position in which the base stabilizer and the base pusher
extend along the rolling base reducing the footprint of the mobile cart to allow storage of the mobile cart in response to
a user lifting upwardly with one hand on a fold handle included in the frame-motion controller and
for coordinating movement of the base stabilizer included in the foldable frame and the base pusher included in the foldable
frame as they move from the folded-out position to the folded-in position in response to continued upward lifting of the fold
handle with one hand by a user that causes a gravitational force to pull the base stabilizer and the base pusher of the foldable
frame toward the folded-in position so that a user can move the foldable frame from the folded-out position to the folded-in
position for storage using only a first hand freeing a second hand to carry a child,
wherein the frame-motion controller includes a left pivot lock coupled to the left wheeled leg along a left side of the rolling
base, a right pivot lock coupled to the right wheeled leg along a right side of the rolling base, and the fold handle that
interconnects the left pivot lock and the right pivot lock,

wherein each of the left pivot lock and the right pivot lock includes a motion blocker coupled to the rolling base to slide
relative to the rolling base from a locked position arranged to block the base stabilizer included in the foldable frame and
the base pusher included in the foldable frame from rotation relative to the rolling base when the foldable frame is in the
folded-out position to an unlocked position arranged to allow the base stabilizer included in the foldable frame and the base
pusher included in the foldable frame to rotate relative to the rolling base when the foldable frame is in the folded-out
position, and

wherein the base stabilizer includes a stabilizer frame member, a left pivot hub coupled to the stabilizer frame member, and
a right pivot hub coupled to the stabilizer frame member, each of the left and the right pivot hubs is formed to include a
stabilizer frame receiver that receives a portion of the stabilizer frame member to couple the left and the right pivot hubs
to the stabilizer frame member and a finger that extends away from the stabilizer frame member, and the fingers of the left
and the right pivot hubs included in the base stabilizer are engaged by the motion blockers of the corresponding left and
right pivot locks to block rotation of the base stabilizer relative to the rolling base when the foldable frame is in the
folded-out position and the motion blockers of the left and the right pivot locks are in the locked position.

US Pat. No. 10,086,722

CHILD RESTRAINT

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint comprising:a tiltable juvenile vehicle seat including a lock-pin receiving slot therein,
a seat support adapted to be supported by a vehicle seat underlying the seat support and coupled to the tiltable juvenile vehicle seat for pivotable movement relative to the juvenile vehicle seat about a pivot axis between one of an upright arrangement and at least one tilt arrangement, and
a seat lock coupled to the tiltable juvenile vehicle seat and to the seat support to selectively block movement of the tiltable juvenile vehicle seat between the upright arrangement and the tilt arrangement,
wherein the seat lock includes a seat-motion blocker arranged to move between a retracted position in which the seat lock blocks relative movement between the tiltable juvenile vehicle seat and the seat support and an extended position in which the tiltable juvenile vehicle seat is free to move relative to the seat support, a pivot pin defining the pivot axis, arranged to extend through the seat support, the seat-motion blocker, and the tiltable vehicle seat, and a lock pin arranged to extend through the lock-pin receiving slot of the tiltable juvenile vehicle seat to interconnect the tiltable juvenile vehicle seat and the seat support to cause the seat support to deform in response to application of an external force to the juvenile restraint to cause the tiltable juvenile vehicle seat to rotate about the pivot axis toward the seat support through an angle ? to minimize a gap formed between an upper surface of a seat bottom of a passenger vehicle seat and a front bottom edge of the seat lock so that g-forces exerted on a chest of a child restrained by the juvenile restraint are minimized.

US Pat. No. 9,669,859

STROLLER FOR A CHILD WHICH IS CONVERTIBLE INTO BICYCLE TRAILER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

27. Stroller for a child comprising
a chassis carrying at least one seat and a handle unit, wherein the handle unit includes a front-wheel unit including a front
wheel or wheels, and a handlebar including an upper end configured to provide a gripping area, a lower end coupled to the
front-wheel unit, and a middle portion mounted on the at least one seat for pivotable movement about a horizontal pivot axis,

wherein the handle unit is tiltable between a stroller position, wherein said gripping area makes it possible to guide and
move said stroller, and the front-wheel unit is in contact with the ground, and a trailer position, wherein the gripping area
of the handlebar can be secured to a bicycle to provide a bicycle trailer, and the front-wheel unit is in a stowed position,
not interacting with the ground in the trailer position,

and wherein the stroller further comprises, in the vicinity of the front wheel unit, a first element for locking, able to
cooperate respectively within the stroller position, a second complementary element for locking mounted in the vicinity of
a footboard secured to the seat, and in a trailer position, a third additional element for locking mounted in the vicinity
of a lower portion of a backrest of the seat.

US Pat. No. 10,081,273

BELT-MOUNT SYSTEM FOR JUVENILE VEHICLE SEAT

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile vehicle seat comprisinga seat bottom adapted to set on a passenger seat of a vehicle, the seat bottom including a seat pad adapted to support buttocks of a child seated on the seat bottom and a bottom perimeter wall arranged to extend along a perimeter portion of the seat pad, the seat pad includes a left side, a right side opposite to the left side, and a rear side arranged to extend from the left side to the right side, and the bottom perimeter wall includes a lower left-side wall strip that is formed to include a first lower belt-receiver slot located on the left side of the seat pad and a lower right-side wall strip that is formed to include a second lower belt-receiver slot located on the right side of the seat pad and
a seat back arranged to extend upwardly from the rear side of the seat pad to establish a junction between a rear portion of the seat bottom and a lower portion of the seat back, the seat back including a backrest adapted to support an upper torso of a child seated on the seat bottom and a top perimeter wall arranged to extend along a perimeter portion of the backrest, the top perimeter wall includes an upper left-side wall strip that is formed to include a first upper belt-receiver slot located on a left side of the backrest and cooperates with the lower left-side wall strip of the bottom perimeter wall to establish a first side of the juvenile vehicle seat, and the top perimeter wall further includes an upper right-side wall strip that is formed to include a second upper belt-receiver slot located on an opposite right side of the backrest and cooperates with the lower right-side wall strip of the bottom perimeter wall to establish an opposite second side of the juvenile vehicle seat,
wherein the first and second lower belt-receiver slots cooperate to form bottom-anchor means for receiving a laterally extending section of a lap portion of a vehicle seat belt coupled to the passenger seat associated with the seat bottom in an exposed position facing the legs of a child seated in the seat bottom to anchor the seat bottom in a stationary position on the passenger seat in a harness mode of the juvenile vehicle seat so that a child-restraint harness associated with the seat bottom and seat back and separated from the vehicle seat belt is operative to retain the child seated on the seat bottom in a restrained position in the juvenile vehicle seat without using the lap portion of the vehicle seat belt to restrain the child on the seat bottom.

US Pat. No. 10,364,595

ACCESS-CONTROL FIXTURE LOCK

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A fixture security system comprisinga fixture lock unit operable to block access to a receptacle in a fixture, the fixture lock unit including a lock and an operative movable lock actuator coupled to the lock, and
a child-resistant access-control unit comprising
mask means for covering a portion of the fixture lock unit to conceal the operative movable lock actuator from a child that is observing the fixture, the mask means is configured to cover a portion of the fixture lock unit without blocking movement of the operative movable lock actuator relative to the fixture to actuate and unlock the lock, and
the mask means is further configured for transmitting an external force applied to an exterior surface of the mask means by a caregiver to the operative movable lock actuator to cause the concealed movable lock actuator to move relative to the fixture to actuate the lock, and
a non-operative decoy lock-actuator button mounted in a visible location on the mask means for movement relative to the mask means from a normal projected position to a temporary depressed position without causing movement of the operative movable lock actuator concealed by the mask means relative to the fixture sufficient to actuate the lock and unlock the fixture lock unit so that the operative movable lock actuator will not move to actuate the lock and unlock the fixture lock unit in response to movement of the decoy lock-actuator button from the normal projected position to the temporary depressed position.

US Pat. No. 10,293,713

CHILD-RESTRAINT HARNESS

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint comprisinga juvenile vehicle seat including a seat bottom and a seat back extending upwardly from the seat bottom and having a forwardly facing surface facing toward the seat bottom,
a child-restraint harness coupled to the juvenile vehicle seat and configured to include first and second shoulder straps adapted to wrap over shoulders of a child seated on the seat bottom of the juvenile vehicle seat, and
a harness tightener including a first fulcrum strip mounted on the seat back for pivotable movement above the seat bottom about a horizontal strip-pivot axis for upward movement away from the seat bottom from a lowered position to a raised position to apply tension to the first shoulder strap during exposure of the juvenile vehicle seat to an external impact force to cause lateral movement of the first shoulder strap relative to the seat back to be minimized so that lateral movement of a first shoulder of a child seated on the seat bottom and restrained by the child-restraint harness away from the seat back is limited
wherein the first fulcrum strip is arranged to extend through a forwardly facing surface of the seat back.

US Pat. No. 10,293,843

JUVENILE STROLLER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A stroller comprisinga chassis comprising two front uprights, each one carrying a front wheel or a front wheel unit, two rear uprights, each one carrying a rear wheel or a rear wheel unit, and two push-pieces carrying in their upper part, handles and/or a handlebar, the chassis being able to receive a main child support,
wherein the chassis includes a first crossbar extending between the push-pieces near the lower parts of the push-pieces,
wherein the stroller further comprises a removable booster seat that includes first connecting means cooperating with the first crossbar,
wherein the removable booster seat comprises second connecting means with a lower section of the chassis, positioned lower than the first crossbar,
wherein the second connecting means provides two supporting points for supporting the booster seat on the chassis, and
wherein the supporting points are positioned on each one of the front uprights, the second connecting means comprising a pair of connecting elements overlapping the front uprights of the chassis.

US Pat. No. 10,099,580

CHILD RESTRAINT FOR VEHICLE

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint comprisinga vehicle seat,
a juvenile holder including a seat-support base arranged to set in a stationary position on the vehicle passenger seat and to support a juvenile seat in a stationary orientation relative to the vehicle passenger seat, the seat-support base including a rotatable foundation and a seat mount adapted to anchor the juvenile seat in a stationary position relative to the rotatable foundation and coupled to the rotatable foundation to move therewith about a horizontal rotation axis and relative to the underlying vehicle passenger seat, the rotatable foundation having a downwardly and rearwardly facing convex curved bottom wall comprising a curved lower exterior section adapted to mate with an upwardly facing portion of a seat bottom of the vehicle passenger seat when the seat-support base occupies the stationary position on the vehicle passenger seat and a curved upper exterior section adapted to mate with a forwardly facing portion of a seat back of the vehicle passenger seat when the seat-support base occupies the stationary position on the vehicle passenger seat.

US Pat. No. 10,377,274

INFANT CARRIER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint comprisingan infant carrier including a carry handle and a seat bucket sized to receive an infant, the seat bucket including a carrier shell formed to include an interior region, an infant-support nest placed in the interior region of the carrier shell to support an infant transported in the carrier shell and provide interior padding for the carrier shell, and a cummerbund mounted on an exterior surface of the carrier shell to provide exterior padding for the carrier shell, and the carry handle being fixed directly to the carrier shell,
further comprising a carrier-support base and wherein the seat bucket further includes first and second shell-mount rods coupled to the underside of the carrier shell and each shell-mount rod is configured to mate with a companion rod retainer included in the carrier-support base to retain the carrier shell in a stationary position on the carrier-support base.

US Pat. No. 10,363,842

VEHICLE ANCHOR SYSTEM FOR JUVENILE SEAT BASE

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint comprisinga juvenile-seat base including a seat-support frame that supports a juvenile seat and is adapted to lie in an installed position on a seat bottom and seat back of a passenger seat provided with a seat bight formed at a junction between the seat bottom and seat back,
the juvenile-seat base also including a restorative frame tether mounted to the seat-support frame for pivotable movement about a high-elevation horizontal frame-pivot axis that is arranged to intercept and extend through a portion of the juvenile seat that is mounted on the seat-support frame and the restorative frame tether is arranged to extend downwardly from the high-elevation horizontal frame-pivot axis toward the seat bottom of the passenger seat when the seat-support frame lies in the installed position on the passenger seat, and
wherein the restorative frame tether is configured to provide means for mating with an underside of a passenger-seat lap belt associated with the passenger seat to establish an actual belt path of the passenger-seat lap belt while the passenger-seat belt remains in a relatively lower low-elevation position in close proximity to the seat bight and below and in spaced-apart relation to the high-elevation horizontal frame-pivot axis and for yieldably returning the seat-support frame automatically to the installed position on the seat bottom and seat back of the passenger seat owing to pivotable movement of the restorative frame tether about the high-elevation horizontal frame-pivot axis after movement of the seat-support frame from the installed position to a temporary displaced position on the passenger seat during exposure of the passenger seat to external forces.

US Pat. No. 10,315,537

FOLDABLE CHILD CAR SEAT PROVIDED WITH A TOP TETHER STRAP

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. Child car seat comprising a seat bottom and a seat back that can have a folded position, in which the seat bottom is brought back against the seat back, in order to form a compact unit, and an unfolded position, in which a child can be installed in the seat,a top tether strap slidably secured to an upper end of the seat back and having an anchoring element intended to be attached to an anchoring point provided for this purpose in a vehicle, the top tether strap being slidably connected to the seat bottom, and a connecting rod pivotally supported on one of the seat back or the seat bottom, the connecting rod engaged by the top tether strap for movement of the connecting rod between a blocking position and a releasing position, wherein in the blocking position the connecting rod lockingly engages with the other of the seat back and the seat bottom and in the releasing position unblocks and allows the seat bottom to unfold relative to the seat back.

US Pat. No. 10,315,539

CHILD RESTRAINT WITH VEHICLE SEATBELT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint comprisinga juvenile vehicle seat including a variable-height shell formed to include a child-receiving space that can be expanded and contracted in size at the option of a caregiver, the variable-height shell including a frame having a seat bottom and an upright torso-section support arranged to extend upwardly from the seat bottom and a slidable torso section mounted for up-and-down sliding movement on the upright torso-section support to establish one of a booster mode of the variable-height shell in which the slidable torso section is retained in an elevated position on the upright torso-section support above the seat bottom to expose a lap-belt-receiver gap between the seat bottom and the slidable torso section on each side of the variable-height shell to allow a caregiver to pass a lap belt of a vehicle seat belt through both lap-belt-receiver gaps while the variable-height shell is positioned on a passenger seat in a vehicle associated with the vehicle seat belt so that the variable-height shell is anchored in place on the passenger seat of the vehicle and a convertible-car-seat mode in which the slidable torso section is retained in a lowered position on the torso-section support that is relatively closer to the seat bottom to close both of the lap-belt-receiver gaps so that the lap belt-receiver gaps are hidden.

US Pat. No. 10,300,826

JUVENILE VEHICLE SEAT WITH CUPHOLDER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A child restraint comprisinga juvenile seat including a juvenile holder formed to include a child-seating surface adapted to support a seated child and a first armrest coupled to the juvenile holder and configured to have a free end,
a cupholder support coupled to the free end of the first armrest and formed to include a single lock-receiver opening at the free end of the first armrest, and
a cupholder including a cup receiver adapted to receive a cup therein and a cantilevered push lock cantilevered to a side wall of the cup receiver and configured to extend into the single lock-receiver opening provided in the cupholder support at the free end of the first armrest to mate with the cupholder support to retain the cup receiver in a stationary mounted position at the free end of the first armrest,
wherein the cupholder support includes an upright panel mounted in a forward facing position on the free end of the first armrest to face toward the cup receiver and formed to include the single lock-receiver opening,
wherein the cantilevered push lock includes a first retainer clip and a second retainer clip arranged to lie in laterally spaced-apart relation to one another during movement of the first and second retainer clips through the single lock-receiver opening formed in the upright panel of the cupholder support to cause the first and second retainer clips to mate with the cupholder support,
wherein each of the first and second retainer clips is arranged to lie wholly in an interior region formed in the first armrest when the cup receiver is retained in the stationary mounted position,
wherein the cantilevered push lock further includes a post cantilevered to the side wall of the cup receiver and arranged to extend through the single lock-receiver opening formed in the upright panel of the cupholder support when the cup receiver is retained in the stationary mounted position at the free end of the first armrest and wherein each of the first and second retainer clips are cantilevered to a free end of the post to lie in rearwardly spaced-apart relation to the side wall of the cup receiver, and
wherein the cantilevered push lock further includes a lock-stabilizer tab that is arranged to lie between and in spaced-apart relation to each of the first and second retainer clips, the cupholder support further includes a multi-receiver lock mount coupled to a rearwardly facing surface of the upright panel to lie in an interior region of the first armrest and formed to include a first-side clip receiver, a second-side clip receiver, and a center tab receiver located between the first-side and second-side clip receivers, and each of the first-side clip receiver, the second side-clip receiver, and the center tab receiver is aligned with the single lock-receiver opening formed in the upright panel of the cupholder support to receive therein a portion of the cantilevered push lock during movement of the cantilevered push lock through the single lock-receiver opening and into the multi-receiver lock mount, and wherein, when the cup receiver is retained in the stationary mounted position, the first retainer clip extends through and locks onto the first-side clip receiver, the second retainer clip extends through and locks onto the second-side clip receiver, and the lock-stabilizer tab extends into the center tab receiver.

US Pat. No. 10,294,697

ACCESS-CONTROL SYSTEM FOR DOOR LOCK

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. An access-control system for a door lock, the system comprisingan operative lock actuator associated with the door lock, the operative lock actuator having a locked mode and an unlocked mode and configured to be operated to change the door lock from the locked mode to the unlocked mode, the operative lock actuator being coupled to a rotatable doorknob that can be locked by the door lock in the locked mode to block rotation of the rotatable doorknob, and
a doorknob security system including a doorknob cover coupled to the rotatable doorknob for movement relative to the rotatable doorknob, and the door knob security system including a non-operative movable decoy lock-actuator button supported on an exterior facing portion of the doorknob cover in a visible position adjacent to the doorknob cover, the decoy lock-actuator button configured for movement from a normal projected position to a temporary depressed position in response to application of an external force to the non-operative movable decoy lock-actuator button, such that the decoy lock-actuator button is movable from the normal projected position to the temporary depressed position without activating the operative lock actuator to change the door lock from the locked mode to the unlocked mode.

US Pat. No. 10,214,121

METHOD OF ASSEMBLING A CHILD RESTRAINT HAVING A TILTABLE JUVENILE VEHICLE SEAT

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A method of assembling a child restraint comprises the steps ofmating a lock-pin mover of a slidable tilt controller on an underside of a tiltable juvenile vehicle seat for sliding movement between an extended seat-anchoring position and a retracted seat-tilting position,
coupling a mover-biasing spring to the tiltable juvenile vehicle seat and to the lock-pin mover to yieldably urge the lock-pin mover to the extended seat-anchoring position before the lock-pin mover is pivotability coupled to a seat support adapted to set on a passenger vehicle seat to position the tiltable juvenile vehicle seat on the passenger vehicle seat so that visual inspection of proper coupling of the mover-biasing spring to the tiltable juvenile vehicle seat and to the lock-pin mover by an assembly technician is possible, and
mounting the lock-pin mover on a seat support adapted to set on a passenger vehicle seat after the coupling step to support the lock-pin mover and the tiltable juvenile vehicle seat for pivotable movement as a unit relative to the seat support about a seat-pivot axis and locate the mover-biasing spring in a hidden position between the tiltable juvenile vehicle seat and the seat support that is not visible to the assembly technician so as to facilitate tilting movement of the juvenile vehicle seat relative to the seat-support between at least two different tilted positions when the lock-pin mover is moved by a caregiver against a biasing force provided by the mover-biasing spring to the retracted seat-tilting position.

US Pat. No. 10,144,333

CHILD RESTRAINT WITH CUPHOLDER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile seat comprisinga seat bottom,
a cupholder support configured to be mounted on a floor support wall of a cavity in the seat bottom, and
a cupholder mounted on the cupholder support, the cupholder including a cup receiver having a floor and a side wall arranged to cooperate with the floor to form a cup-receiving cavity, the side wall includes a first deformable portion arranged to extend away from the cupholder support and to deform from an initial shape and move relative to the floor to assume a different temporary shape and reduce a volume of the cup-receiving cavity during exposure of the first deformable portion to an external impact force,
wherein the cupholder support includes a floor-support wall and a side-support wall arranged to extend upwardly from the floor-support wall and cooperate with the floor-support wall to form a support cavity receiving an inner section of the cup receiver to cause an outer section of the cup receiver including the first deformable portion of the side wall of the cup receiver to lie outside the support cavity to free the first deformable portion to move relative to the cupholder support during exposure to the external impact force.

US Pat. No. 10,107,030

SECURITY GATE

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A gate system comprisinga gate unit including a gate mount adapted to mate with a frame bordering a passageway and a gate mounted on the gate mount for pivotable movement about a hinge-pivot axis between opened and closed positions,
the gate mount includes a hinge-side frame mount coupled to a hinge-side end of the gate associated with the hinge-pivot axis and adapted to mate with a hinge-side frame portion of the frame and a lock-side frame mount adapted to mate with an opposite lock-side frame portion of the frame and lie in a spaced-apart location to the hinge-pivot axis to locate the hinge-side end of the gate therebetween, and
the lock-side frame mount includes a first vertical frame plate that is adapted to mate with the lock-side frame portion of the frame and a first rotatable frame anchor mounted on the first vertical frame plate for rotation about a first horizontal rotation axis from a vertical shipping orientation aligned in registry with the first vertical frame plate to a horizontal anchoring orientation, the first rotatable frame anchor includes a plate mount arranged to intersect the first horizontal rotation axis, a first fastener mount arranged to lie in confronting relation to the first vertical frame plate when the first rotatable frame anchor lies in the vertical shipping orientation and to lie in spaced-apart relation to the first vertical frame plate in confronting relation to the lock-side frame portion of the frame, and a first fastener coupled to the first fastener mount and spaced apart from the first horizontal rotation axis to move therewith during rotation of the first rotatable frame anchor about the first horizontal rotation axis between the vertical shipping orientation and the horizontal anchoring orientation and adapted to engage the lock-side frame portion of the frame to anchor the first vertical plate in a stationary position on the lock-side frame portion of the frame when the first rotatable frame anchor is in the horizontal anchoring orientation.

US Pat. No. 10,279,723

CHILD RESTRAINT WITH CUPHOLDER

Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc...

1. A juvenile seat comprisinga seat bottom,
a cupholder support configured to be coupled to the seat bottom, the cupholder support including a base having a floor-support wall and a side-support wall that extends upwardly away from a perimeter edge of the floor-support wall, and
a cupholder mounted on the cupholder support, the cupholder including a cup receiver having a floor coupled to the floor-support wall and a side wall arranged to abut the side-support wall and to cooperate with the floor to form a cup-receiving cavity, wherein the side wall includes a deformable portion arranged to extend away from the cupholder support and to deform from an initial shape and move relative to the floor to assume a different temporary shape and reduce a volume of the cup-receiving cavity during exposure of the deformable portion to a first force,
wherein the cupholder support further includes a base anchor configured to mate with the seat bottom to retain the cupholder support in a stationary position on the seat bottom and the base anchor is coupled to the floor-support wall and is arranged to extend downwardly away from the floor-support wall toward the seat bottom,
wherein the cup receiver is a monolithic component made of an elastic material and the base is made of a substantially rigid material that is arranged to extend around the cup receiver, and
wherein the seat bottom includes a first-armrest foundation including a central basin, a rear ridge that extends upwardly from the central basin, and a front ridge that is spaced apart from the rear ridge and arranged to extend upwardly away from the central basin and the central basin is formed to include an anchor receiver configured to receive the base anchor to couple the cupholder support to the seat bottom.