Seatbelt Pillow for Kids’ Travel Offers Protection from Neck Injuries

Tulatoo's relaunched Unicorn Travel Pillow is now emerging as a popular seatbelt pillow for kids' travel on Amazon. This pillow supports children's necks while riding in the car.

Sheridan, Wyoming, USA - November 8, 2019 —

Tulatoo reports that its Unicorn Travel Pillow is doing well on Amazon following its recent relaunch. The company says that its seatbelt pillow for kids travel provides adequate neck support to protect them from the most common seatbelt injuries. The product can be used by children aged three or more and with a seat belt or booster seat.

When strapped into a booster seat or car seat, young children’s heads tend to wobble and bobble. When a child’s head flops forward, major issues can result because this can lead to airway restriction. If a child is poorly positioned in the car seat or slumped over in a booster, there are enough reasons for parents to be concerned.

“We made our seatbelt pillow for kids from premium quality polyester, and we created it to provide the perfect neck support for little users. Since it supports the neck, it drastically reduces the likelihood of common injuries such as kinked necks, dangling heads, and red marks created by safety belts,” said a spokesperson from Tulatoo. “You can use the pillows on both sides of the car, and we included Velcro to prevent it from sliding down the belt. And if your little guy spills something on it, no worries, just hand-wash it and let it dry.”

Tulatoo mentions that its seatbelt pillow kids can also be an excellent travel companion during long journeys on the road. Moreover, it can also be used as a throw pillow on a child’s bed. However, the manufacturer warns parents about not using this travel pillow with car seats or infant carriers.

Recommending the product, a satisfied Amazon shopper mentioned, “Pleasantly surprised by the size and feel of this pillow! Perfect for a child but still big enough for an adult to use! Super soft materials used for the outside of the unicorn and soft, yet firm pillow. Very nice, love it! Planning on buying another one!”

Those interested in learning more about Tulatoo’s Unicorn Travel Pillow should visit the company’s official website or Amazon storefront.

 

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