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Rest n ride travel pillow?? W.W. 3 kids; Arkansas 7890 posts
11th Feb '12

Does anyone use these? My first reaction was "wtf?"..just doesn't look right but maybe they are safe..



http://compare.ebay.com/like/180796536409?var=lv<yp=AllFixedPriceItemTypes&var=sbar

..Vanessa.. 2 kids; New Mexico 7796 posts
11th Feb '12

Looks kinda odd, but not unsafe.

user banned Due August 21; 3 kids; London, Gr, United Kingdom 2556 posts
11th Feb '12

look very unsafe to me



and i would never use anything that doesnt come with the car seat or that has been properly tested

W.W. 3 kids; Arkansas 7890 posts
11th Feb '12

I saw it in a magazine first but my phone wouldn't send the picture I took so I found it on ebay to share :p.

985 Texas 1 posts
9th Jul '12

Hi, I am the inventor of the Rest n Ride travel pillow. I am going to tell you a little of the history of this product and the use of it. We were on a trip about 11 years ago now with our first child and as most parents we thought our child's head was going to snap off the way it was swinging and falling around while trying to sleep. We tried all manner of products to help but nothing worked. So I made a pillow that would. Later we had so many of our friends and strangers ask us where they could get one that we started to make some for them. Then we spent OVER TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ON TESTING alone where most of your items in Target, Wal mart, etc. are only tested, or have to adhere to, a small parts/choking hazard and some color or dye testing. We went and made sure that our product would pass the NHTSA guidelines for safety on Car Seats which includes crash testing them. ( by the way not only did we pass, but our head injury critera numbers were lower than the same car seat tested without our pillow in place so it made the crash SAFER with the pillow in place) No other product in Walmart, Target, or other dept. stores that we checked even came close to the level of scrunity that we put our product under, and yet people say it looks unsafe to me because it comes in front of the child. Well let me help you out, 1. the pillow releases from itself at 5-8 pounds of pressure. 2 If you put your child in a carseat properly, then your child's forward motion in a crash should be less than 1 inch before the seat belt catches them. Our pillow gives about 4-5 inches of room before it releases, almost 5 times the distance of travel needed; and even with the whip of the neck it releases and will provide a cushion between the chin and chest during the crash. Just because it's different doesn't make it bad or unsafe. So not only is our product safe but it is well built and universal. The thing that bothers me is that people make comments about a product without any research on their part and not even trying one out. They will say things in some blog and then the large retailers that some poor soul has been working with, and selling their idea to, and spending tens of thousands or more dollars on graphics, packaging, manufacturing, shipping, warehousing, etc, etc..... well, the retailer reads a few off-the-wall, unfounded comments and it's all over just like that. So the next time you decide to say something make sure you know what you are talking about because some poor fool is probably betting the farm on his or her dream and your comment could destroy that. This does and has happened as I have experienced it first hand. We were that close. So in closing you can still find the REST N RIDE on ebay and Amazon, but in limited quantities, or you can go to your local large retailer and buy one of those behind the neck pillows that don't work because that is the only option you have now thanks to a few less than 20 comments. I had at the time 1000's of positive comments and not one returned pillow. No need to respond to my post. Thanks

Saree Arroyo United States 1 posts
10th Jul

Hello inventor of rest n ride travel pillow..we need 2 of them asap..and they are saying they are currently unavailable on ebay and amazon..where can i get one from..we have the same problem and just thought of tying a scarf around the carseat to catch his head and we came across this...please please please help!