by Benjamin Kerns

Aug 12, 2019

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Traveling with toddlers has never been easier than with the WhizRider. The portable car seat is 25 times smaller than a booster and can even fit in your pocket. With the WhizRider there’s no excuse for not taking your kids on the road.


Designed with the help of leading accident researchers and biomechanical engineers, the on-the-go car seat exceeds all U.S. Federal Safety Standards regulated by NHTSA established for children between the ages 3–10. It boasts anti-submarining leg loops and active seatbelt positioning clips, and even a glow-in-the-dark vest to keep your kids easily visible at night. Installation only takes 20 seconds, and the small size makes it possible to still fit up to three kids in the back seat. All of this comes in a device smaller than a coffee cup and weighing only 1 pound.


Best of all, it can go where you kid goes. No longer will you have to carry a bulky car seat around with you on trips, or even around your own city. Stuff the WhizRider in your kid’s backpack and it’ll be with them at home, school or at their grandparent’s house, making it easy to travel and save money at the same time.


The WhizRider truly is a game changer for growing families on the go. The device is set to retail for $100 with first shipments expected to begin October 2019. Check out the website for more details on features and ways to order.


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