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Inflatable Child Safety Seat

Inflatable Child Safety Seat

This Inflatable Child Safety Seat was designed to keep child passengers (1-7 years old) during car rides and flights. It acts as an airbag for little back passengers and protects them from whiplash and other injuries. The safety seat is easy to inflate in just 40 seconds with an included pressure gauge. It also has ...

Human Bobber Bottoms Up Life Jacket

Human Bobber Bottoms Up Life Jacket

Two is better than one. This 2-in-1 Human Bobber Bottoms Up life Jacket can be worn in two different ways, saving you space and time. You can wear Human Bobber as a floating saddle or a pair of shorts. By wearing it like this, you can stay afloat in the water with almost no effort from you. Have a drink, read a ...

SkySpider Skyscraper Rescue Backpack

SkySpider Skyscraper Rescue Backpack

The SkySpider Skyscraper Rescue Backpack is the next step in keeping you safe in case of an emergency. It offers you last-resort means of escape when faced with a fire or a terrorist attack. This rescue backpack allows you to get out of an up to 30 stories high building. In order to do that, you will need to install ...

Glare Blocking Car Visors

Glare Blocking Car Visors

These Glare Blocking Car Visors have been designed to block the blinding glare from the sun or headlights of oncoming cars without obstructing your view of the road. Inspired by fighter pilot's gear tech, Tac Visor filters out the glare making you see what's in front of you. It goes one step further by saturating the ...

Airbag Bike Helmet

Airbag Bike Helmet

This Airbag Bike Helmet is a revolutionary safety measure for cyclists that reduces the risk of concussion and skull fracture. Airbags in a car are a given. Now, having the protection of an airbag when cycling will also be a given thanks to this invention. This airbag is made in the shape of collar that a cyclist ...

Skysaver Self-Rescue Backpack

Skysaver Self-Rescue Backpack

Superheroes can be quite the drama queens. Crying loudly, wearing capes, or doing the superhero landings when jumping out of tall buildings. The last one is just bad for the knees. Although incredible against-the-odds jumps can result in beautiful cinematography, normal people can hurt much more than just their ...

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