ABC (ended 2007)
|Come to think of it, I don't think he will win.|
|I noticed the revised one uses clear through glass/plastic? Is that a bit dangerous if the car gets smashed or something?|
|Well he's through to the final 12 and he's probably one of the easiest inventors/inventions to say yes to. |
Wouldn't be surprised if he finished top 2-3 if he doesn't win it.
|I only have one grip about that baby seat. Imagine having twins or triplets. Two or three of those things won't fit in an average sized car. Thats why I didn't want the baby seat to win.|
So let me get this straight... if you can't have your triplets saved, you don't want anyone's babies to be saved? That is horribly selfish...
Buy a Suburban.
|I noticed the revised one uses clear through glass/plastic? Is that a bit dangerous if the car gets smashed or something and squishes/cracks the baby car chair?|
There's no way there would be any glass in the product. And clear plastic is no less safe than any other color of plastic, transparent or not. Janusz seems like a pretty compitent engineer who knows what is and is not safe. Though the outer shell is plastic, there's no way he would make the frame out of anything other than metal.
The nausea concern I would imagine is something worth considering. I don't put a whole lot of stock in Mary Lou Quinlan's "like a womb" analysis. With an unborn child, I'm sure the movement is much more restricted than the movement of Janusz's safety seat. (Otherwise, not to be intentionally morbid but can you imagine how many more unborn babies would be strangled by their own umbilical cords?)
And as for Taybrian1's concerns about families with triplets: I guess she has a point. (Pistol_Star doesn't seem to know how babies are made.) But that makes it unappropriate for what, 0.1% of American families? (I totally made up that number.) You can definitely fit two in a backseat, so only families with triplets, quadruplets, etc. would be affected. It's a small enough minority that it doesn't really detract from the capacity this product has to completely revolutionize an entire market.