Drive‘n Comfort, is an innovative 2-part product designed for a woman to drive comfortably, as well as safely
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Studio City, CA (PRWEB) September 16, 2010
An inexpensive new product, called Drive’n Comfort, is being launched to specifically address a woman’s comfort with a seatbelt. Most women are uncomfortable with the shoulder strap of a seatbelt and most will fuss with it or not wear it at all, risking a ticket or worse.
“Drive‘n Comfort, is an innovative 2-part product designed for a woman to drive comfortably, as well as safely” says Suzanne Benoit, inventor of the device “its ease of use and effective relief has been a hit with our demographic."
First is a unique device which pinches the seat belt strap at the center of the chest to take the pressure off, and still flares flat above and below to hold the torso securely as intended. It takes only a second to put on and is totally adjustable to place in the spot which gives the most relief. Smaller busts may be good in the cleavage center, while larger busts may feel more comfortable wearing it lower down. But there’s no more rubbing, flattening or irritation while driving - no more temptation to drive without a seatbelt.
Existing products promise relief but aren’t successful for many and some require significant installation while others are versions of a padded addition and are bulky, clumsy and twist or impede the retracting of the seatbelt, often making it a mess getting in and out of the car.
The Drive’n Comfort pincher is connected to a reel which attaches to the seat belt buckle, so the pincher is easily at-hand when the seatbelt is “buckled up.” When ready to exit the vehicle, the pincher is simply pulled off, automatically retracting to the reel, and the seatbelt retracts easily with nothing bulky to get in the way. In the event of a crash, the Drive’n Comfort pincher will pop free and retract immediately to the reel so the seatbelt can be in its full, flat position.
Even though designed for women, men who’ve tested the product are pleased with how it can take the pressure off the neck and collarbone.
For video and information, visit http://www.drivencomfort.com.