Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) February 10, 2010
The "Baby on the Go" could enable a parent to convert the accessory into a carrier or stroller in a quick and easy manner. The unit would make it possible to move sleeping children into or out of a car with less chance of disturbance. Featuring a storage-saving design, the unit could eliminate the need to buy separate devices.
The Baby on the Go would feature three variations. The first version would measure two feet long, 22-inches wide and three feet high. This four-wheeled stroller would be equipped with retractable curved handles and retractable front and back, caster-type wheels. A T-shaped pull handle would be used to flip the front wheel outward. The handle would be connected to the front wheel by a cable. An adjacent control would be used to operate the back wheels in the same fashion. Each wheel would be connected to a leg-extension frame. Each pair of wheels would be equipped with a locking mechanism. A second version would consist of a mechanism featuring only a stroller framework and a canopy. An existing car seat would snap onto the framework. The third version would feature wheels that retract into the car seat itself. The units could be producible in different sizes, shapes and colors and accented with different designs or graphics.
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