Michael created the blog Michael W Travels to talk about pretty much all things travel. He posts travel news, contests, deals, mileage offers/ bonuses and trip reports & photos from my travels around the world. He has a wife and two sons.
Michael believes that "one of the biggest problems when it comes to traveling with a car seat or booster seat is portability. Bringing your own car seat equates to bringing a lot of extra bulk on a trip but it will save you a good amount of money instead of renting one. A booster seat isn’t as bulky as a car seat but they can still take up a decent amount of space".
With the mifold being 10X smaller than the average booster seat I was intrigued and definitely wanted to give it a try.
As you can see, the MiFold can pretty much fit in the palm of your hand. The best part is that it easily fit inside my backpack and MiFold’s site says that it can “even fit in your glove box.”
Based on our trial run with the mifold, I do think that it’s a great travel item and worth investing in but I wouldn’t recommend purchasing it for everyday use.
The mifold costs $44.99 which is a reasonable price to pay. It’s made for children ages 4 and up, weighing from 40- 100 pounds.
Find out more about the mifold booster seat here.