Win a Diono Rainier Car Seat! {Giveaway Closed}

Diono Rainier Giveaway

In honor of Child Passenger Safety Week 2015, we’re bringing you a fantastic giveaway from our friends at Diono! We all want our children to be safe while riding in our vehicles, but what about when air travel is in your plans? Have you thought about the best ways to keep your little ones safe on an airplane?

Did you know that 80% of plane crashes happen within the first 3 minutes after takeoff and last 8 minutes before landing? Traveling with kids is no easy feat and parents go to great length to keeps their kids safe while on the go, but often times we overlook the best, safest way for them to travel via air. Diono knows that the safe solution for children traveling on an airplane is for them to be securely seated in the proper car seat. Just like riding in a car, children are well protected while riding rear-facing in their car seats on an airplane.

Child Safety During Flights

Ruth from Viva Veltoro had the chance to check out how convenient the Diono Rainier is for travel, and she also had the chance to evaluate the Diono Car Seat Travel Bag. Be sure to stop by and check out her thoughts.

Diono wants your children to travel safely, so they’re offering one lucky person a Diono Rainier!

Here are some details about the Rainier Convertible+Booster Car Seat from Diono:

The New Diono Rainier is the ultimate in car seat safety with new extra deep side walls providing enhanced side impact protection taking Diono car seats to a whole new level. With its extended rear-facing capabilities, it can comfortably seat rear-facing children from 5 to 50 lbs. and forward-facing children from 20 to 90 lbs. in 5-point harness mode (up to 57″ in height). Additionally, it converts to a booster for children between 50 and 120 lbs. or up to 57″ in height.

The aluminum reinforced headrest has 12 height positions for adjustable head support and additional EPS foam surrounds the child’s head and body for complete side impact protection. Its unique SuperLATCH™ system makes installation easy and the Rainier is NCAP crash tested, the industry benchmark for verifying child seat performance in severe accident conditions.

The Rainier has a space saving design allows extra room for passengers while providing a spacious interior for child. It also folds flat for travel and is FAA certified for air travel.

Open to the US only, ages 18 and up. Ends 9/30/15 at 11:59 PM EST. Enter using the Giveaway Tools form below. Good Luck!

While you’re here, check out my other open giveaways on my Giveaway Page!

Disclosure: This giveaway is hosted by Viva Veltoro and Thrifty Nifty Mommy, and generously sponsored by Diono. Thrifty Nifty Mommy, Viva Veltoro, and the participating blogs are not responsible for prize fulfillment. Please contact vivaveltoro(at) with questions about this giveaway. One winner will be randomly selected using the Giveaway Tools random selector and notified via email. Once notified, the winner will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest or Google. Void where prohibited.

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  • Wow! So I visited Diono, and I finally learned why they are such high rated car seats. I browsed around on all of the seats as my oldest is in a booster too, so I checked the Cambria out, the Rainier, and the Pacifica. I love that they are steel framed. That’s a huge plus and definitely the superlatch. I love that they describe into detail about the NCAP and their approvals. I’ve looked at a lot of seats and a lot of companies tend to be so vague. My husband is a firefighter, so we are huge safety people. So glad to have found this info. Thank you!

  • I visited Diono I loved the height and weight requirements as a mom of two smaller made children being able to keep them safe longest will be awesome!

  • I have always loved how solid and trustworthy Diono car seats are. I’d love to own one since one of our grandchildren has now outgrown his car seat. Thank you for this chance!

  • I visited Diono and I am always still so happy with them. I saw them at MommyCon last year and spoke with the representative there. Now that I am expecting I would love to get one. I especially love that they are made of steel and can be carried like a backpack.

  • Ive always loved diono seats, but with having a preemie with lots of medical bills and didn’t have enough money to get one :/