My Brilliant Idea

nannykates

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Is to make headrests with wings for car sleeping that go into the existing vehicle posts (and of course are tested and aproved by the manufacturer).
Also if someone is in a position to make that happen feel free to steal my idea!

Feel free to share yours :)
 
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Keeyamah

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Some kind of built in car seat that can go from laying flat (tested to really low weights that way as well), to RFing until 50lbs and 50in or thereabouts (which on the growth chart site I had gone to was a 100% 4 yr old) and has at least 20in harness slots for FFing. It would accomplish this by extending down into the vehicle seat somehow, as well as up. Oh, and for the older kids that are ERFing, it could go to a very little recline (like 10* or something, I'm not sure how upright Swedish seats can be). Oh, and the first couple/three harness slots would start pretty low for the little littles. I have no idea if this could actually happen right now, with today's tech though, lol.
 

jubgulia

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nannykates said:
Is to make headrests with wings for car sleeping that go into the existing vehicle posts (and of course are tested and aproved by the manufacturer).
Also if someone is in a position to make that happen feel free to steal my idea!

Feel free to share yours :)

The Oobr headrest fits on the seats of the '06 Sienna, but doesn't lock into place. No, I did not drive with it this way, but I loved how comfy it was to rest my head on. Would have loved it for our 2 day road trip.
 

MommyShannon

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Somebody posted a link a while back for something that hooked on the headrest to add wings. It was for kids that really just needed to be in hbb instead. I'd love head wings on the front passenger seat, lol.
 

YinzerMama

New member
I don't know if you are going for car-based or carseat-based but driving home from new york yesterday I kept looking at my daughter zonked out in the 3rd row of my van - she is 5 but still in pull ups at night and was NOT in a pull up - I kept thinking she was gonna pee and it was gonna leak back into all the stuff in the cargo area.

I said to my husband someone should make a car seat with a catch basin for pee.

There's more than one kind of accident. :jive:
 

Brianna

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Are the Hawaiian air headrests similar to this? They lay flat but both sides fold in. This was American Airlines. :doh: missed the video posted!

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Rebekah

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Delta and American both had headrests like that on the international flights I just did. They were great!
 

nannykates

New member
I don't know if you are going for car-based or carseat-based but driving home from new york yesterday I kept looking at my daughter zonked out in the 3rd row of my van - she is 5 but still in pull ups at night and was NOT in a pull up - I kept thinking she was gonna pee and it was gonna leak back into all the stuff in the cargo area.

I said to my husband someone should make a car seat with a catch basin for pee.

There's more than one kind of accident. :jive:

Lol...now there's a thought!
 

_juune

New member
Is to make headrests with wings for car sleeping that go into the existing vehicle posts (and of course are tested and aproved by the manufacturer).

Renault's "Sleep safe" headrest? Another link. I'm not sure I like the looks of it, though. Either there is indeed always forward momentum in side crashes, or is it just me that it looks like one's neck would easily snap against it in a side impact? :twitch:
 

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