UK Inventors Can Now Box Clever
Leftly, Mark, The Independent on Sunday (London, England)
In a 360 "Supa Dupa" pushchair, two children aged up to four years old are seated side-by-side, their brightly coloured leg covers adorned with big red bows or, for those destined to rule the playground, skulls and crossbones.
What really appeals to stressed-out parents, though, is the hood. A tablet computer or smartphone can be placed within it so that children are kept quiet, concentrating on Robert the Robot clean Justin's House or Nanny Plum wind-up the elves in Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom.
"We got the idea from watching parents hand their iPhones to children while they were pushing them along," explains Andrew Kluge, the chief executive at Cosatto, the Bolton-based …
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