Amir Levin, a Manhattan based entrepreneur/inventor developed KABOOST, a child's booster seat alternative, after spending some time with a group of kiddos at the dinner table.
KABOOST’s spring-loaded arms grip chair legs into place and elevate the chair so children can sit at the table just like adults.
The design was based on the premise that children want to be just like mom and dad and their older brothers and sisters. They reach a point where they no longer want to sit in a high chair or booster seat for babies anymore. We're told many children would rather sit on their knees and eat rather than use a booster seat.
Amir asked us to design an html email to send out to his loyal customers, scheduled to hit just before Thanksgiving. This year, scrap the kid's table concept and put a KABOOST under their chairs. Visit kaboost.com for specs, information and ordering. Now, will someone pass the mashed potatoes?