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The Swivel Car SeatTM
Category: Baby Products
"Every state requires that kids up to 4 years of age ride in a car seat." (Source: Consumer Reports) In most states, once a child reaches a certain weight and age, such as over 20 pounds and one year old, a car seat is used with the child facing the front of the vehicle, what is called a "front facing" car seat.
However, with typical car seats, it can be very difficult to move the child into or out of the car seat due to the confined space in most passenger vehicles. Because the adult is standing outside the vehicle when lifting the child, this causes the adult to bend, twist, and lean or reach into the vehicle while carrying a child with a substantial amount of weight.
Additionally, many car seats include partially raised sides which require an adult to lift the child over and above the side of the seat. Many car seats also have a five-point seatbelt harness where the adult has to lean into the vehicle to assist the child in putting the five-point harness on and buckling it. When the child exits the vehicle, it is again necessary for the adult to perform the process in reverse.
This procedure is repeated frequently for children aged one to four years old, weighing between 20 to 40 pounds. Manufacturers statistics indicate that adults place children in and out of car seats approximately 7,664 times over this three year period, lifting approx. 92 tons (184,000 pounds) over that timeframe.
Thus, adults can inadvertently sustain or seed future neck, back, shoulder, hip or other pains or injuries, or worsen existing problems. This would especially be the case for older parents or grandparents who may have physical disabilities or physical conditions.
The Swivel Car SeatTM
The Swivel Car SeatTM rotates 90 degrees, on either side of the vehicle's back seat, to face the vehicle door opening. This enables direct positioning of the child into the car seat. Once the child is properly secured, the car seat can be turned and securely locked into the forward facing position.
The Swivel Car SeatTM simplifies the awkward process of placing a child into a car seat, reduces potential injuries to the adult, and helps prevent accidental bumping of the child's head or possibly even dropping the child during the process.
With The Swivel Car SeatTM, adults have better control of the child's body, and can more easily make sure that the child is securely buckled into the car seat, with more convenience, ease, and less time spent.
It is especially useful for individuals who have back problems, i.e. parents, grandparents, nannies, etc. who drive children aged one to four to daycare, take them on errands, etc.
The Swivel Car SeatTM Features and Benefits:
Reduced strength is needed to lift a child into and out of a car seat
Households with children aged one to four years old, and weighing between 20 and 40 pounds. Especially individuals who have back problems, and drive children aged one to four i.e. parents, grandparents, nannies, etc.
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A company that can manufacture and distribute the product based on a licensing agreement.
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