Imagine a booster seat that weighs practically nothing, fits in a backpack, costs less than $100 and can easily fit three across in the backseat. Well, imagine no more. The mifold booster seat was recently approved for use in Canada.
How does the mifold booster seat work? A regular booster seat lifts the child to be up the position of an adult, but the mifold booster does the exact opposite. Instead of lifting the child up, it holds the seatbelt down. In a collision, the child is protected in the same way.
The seat is designed for ages four to 12, and for kids who weigh between 40 to 100 pounds. The mifold is super compact and it weighs less than a kilogram. Kids can carry it back and forth in their backpacks. And three mifold seats can easily fit across the backseat of a car. No need for carseat tetris! It is also well priced at just $79.99 each.
Best of all there is no place for all those crumbs and wrappers to hide. Step 1 of 23555643 to a clean car.