Car safety device for kids is 10x smaller than a booster seat
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Traditionally, car safety seats for children work by lifting the child up to the height of the adult, so that the seatbelt can hold them securely in place. Unfortunately, this means that car seats are cumbersome and parents generally keep them in one vehicle. But now, a new portable gadget called Mifold inverts the process and holds down the seatbelt instead, offering parents an affordable, convenient alternative to bulky booster seats. To begin, the gadget is placed onto the seat and the child sits down on top. Then, the adult feeds the seatbelt through three belt guides, which are all…
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