Parents on-the-go want their children to be safe and comfy wherever they go. With the award-winning BubbleBum, children can be both any day whether they’re in a car, plane or other mode of transportation. And, BubbleBum’s accolades just grew as the IIHS (Insurance Institute of Highway Safety) has named BubbleBum as a “Best Bet” for the second year in a row in the annual car booster seat evaluation report, branding BubbleBum as one of the best!
BubbleBum is the world’s first inflatable car booster seat for children ages 4-11, weighing approximately 1lbs and will easily fit in a backpack or purse. It’s truly innovative, using inflatable technology to help parents keep their children safer on every journey, solving the issues of inconvenience that most parents and carers face daily.
While its ease of use is really helpful when you’re in a hurry, BubbleBum is designed to be just as great for daily use. So, whether you’re just doing your daily errands or in the rush of running carpool, BubbleBum is there to make things easy for you and comfortably safe for your children.
One of the main barriers to booster seat use is the resistance of children to ride on a “baby seat.” BubbleBum has taken advice from their junior board of directors and developed a color scheme that is truly funky and cool, making it desirable to children.
The narrow design makes fitting three boosters across the back a reality! No more busted knuckles trying to buckle that third booster seat.
Many life saving devices are made from inflatable technology, such as life rafts, life jackets and air bags. The use of memory foam technology creates stability and structural integrity in the seat with side positioners to correctly position the lapbelt.
IIHS is an independent, nonprofit, scientific and educational organization dedicated to reducing the losses–deaths, injuries and property damage–from crashes on the nation’s highways. The IIHS booster seat evaluation started ranking three years ago, categorizing seats under “Best Bet,” “Good Bets,” “Not Recommended” and “Check Fit.” The ranking system tests lap and shoulder belt fit for typical 4-to-8-year-olds in cars, minivans and SUVs. The highly influential evaluation has determined the success and failure of many booster seats in the past years, and many poor ranked seats have been taken off the market.