Model C Seat Belt Extender, Value Bundle - Special Pink Edition
Seat Belt Extender Overview
This Extend-ITs™ personal airline seat belt extender is for use with an older design seat belt often found on Alaska® airlines, some older airliners (particularly charter jet aircraft), private business jets, smaller commuter aircraft, private aircraft, etc. A portion of the sales proceeds from the sale of this special "pink edition" value bundle goes to the fight against breast cancer.
Important Note: This is the special "pink edition value bundle" version of our Model C personal airline seat belt extender which includes the seat belt extender plus a drawstring pink velour carry bag, laminated ownership card, pink lanyard ID badge holder and a copy of our "Flying Large" travel tips brochure (click here for more value bundle details). Click here if you would prefer our standard value bundle with a black leatherette carry pouch or click here if you would prefer just the seat belt extender by itself.
Important Note: The seat belts which require Model C and Model D extenders can be easily confused with each other. From the top side, the buckles look virtually identical; it is the bottom side of the buckles and the belt clasps which are distinctly different:
The bottom side of the Model C buckle has three holes and is etched or stamped with one or more of the following identifying marks: "Am-Safe", "American Safety", "5000B1", "5000B2", "5000B3", "Pat. No. 2.846.745".
The bottom side of the Model D buckle has a single slit and is smooth metal with no identifying marks stamped or etched into it.
NOTE: All Extend-ITs™ airline seat belt extenders are FAA PMA approved and manufactured in conformance with applicable regulations as established by the FAA Air Transport Division.
Intelligent Technologies, Inc. and Extend-ITs™ seat belt extenders are not in any way associated with, endorsed by or recommended by any airline. Under FAA regulations airlines have the right to restrict or prohibit their use in any or all of their flight operations. Nothing herein should be construed or interpreted as in any way modifying or diminishing those rights.