Sparco Racing Seat for kids

Motorhead dads (or parents) who want to get their little ones started on racing fever at a young age have yet another item to pamper their kids with - a replica of a Sparco Racing Seat that has been specially designed for infants and toddlers, with details shrunk down to accommodate tiny tots while keeping them safe within the confines of a vehicle. Since it is made mostly out of carbon fiber, parents won't really need to worry about the additional weight that will impact mileage in a sense. Both cloth and padding are removable for easy cleaning, since you know how messy kids can get when they're sitting behind unsupervised, ice cream in hand. As you can guess, Sparco will probably be asking for an arm and a leg since this replica uses carbon fiber for most of its parts, but when you about its special design, it could very well be worth it. After all, during the first two years of a child's life, the seat can be turned to face the rear. When he/she has outgrown it, the seat can be flipped over to face forward in an upright position. Once the full seat is no longer needed, the top portion can be removed while the bottom is used separately.

Source: American Inventor Spot

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