The first car seatbelt for pregnant women has now been created. As simple as it may seem, this was an idea that was not on the market yet. Inventor Stephen Weston used the collective financing network Crowdcube to manufacture his idea, which he has called The piXie Harness. Pregnant women can adjust the seatbelt to suit them, with its design ensuring that neither the mother or the baby may suffer injury in the event of an accident.
In May 2008, ideas4all user Newby already shared the idea “Pregnant Womens safety” where the same concept was explained for an adaptable seatbelt in cars that would not injure the baby inside a mother’s tummy, or the mother herself.
We’re glad to see that parallel creativity continues to surprise us: one same idea graces two different individuals, and luckily one of them has developed it.