The Indiegogo campaign has been a huge success, and this is just the start. We reached our initial funding goal within the first two hours and we couldn’t be more thrilled.
United Kingdom (PRWEB) July 30, 2015
The brand new mifold Grab-and-Go Booster Seat has successfully raised more than $330k in its crowdfunding campaign in only 2-weeks to fund the most advanced, compact, and portable booster seat in the world. mifold has also presold more than ten thousand booster seats to more than four thousand customers, all within sixty-two countries, the majority purchasing more than one.
mifold is more than 10 times smaller than a regular booster seat, and yet it keeps a child just as safe. mifold brings the seatbelt down to fit to the child instead of boosting the child up – a revolutionary innovation in the world of booster seats. Because mifold is so compact, it’s portable and easily transferrable from car to car, perfect for carpools, taxis, traveling and rental cars.
“The Indiegogo campaign has been a huge success, and this is just the start,” said Jon Sumroy, mifold creator and father of four. “We reached our initial funding goal within the first two hours and we couldn’t be more thrilled.”
In one quarter of all journeys, children don’t have a booster seat available to keep them safe. mifold offers a simple and convenient way to keep a child safe no matter whose car they are in, without the hassle of lugging a regular booster seat.
mifold is engineered to protect children from ages 4-12. It’s made using super tough plastic polymers and aircraft grade aluminum, and was created with the help of top designers, engineers and industry experts. Safety is mifold’s number one priority and the company has successfully crash-tested prototypes all around the world. Samples will be available in fall of 2015 and pre-orders are available at http://www.mifold.com and through the Indiegogo campaign at http://igg.me/at/mifold/.
mifold’s groundbreaking Grab-and-Go Booster Seat offers extreme portability with its compact size, and has crash tested prototypes successfully in crash test facilities all around the world. Created by Jon Sumroy, a father of four, mifold offers a portable, lightweight and compact booster seat solution.