Mighty small and might strong, with mifold, inventor Jon Sumroy has a vision: that no child ever travel unrestrained no matter whose car they are in!  Those parents who have already discovered mifold are grateful for filling a gap with car seat struggles they faced before owning a mifold: their older child no longer feeling “babyish” as they did when sitting on a regular booster, or worry when their child is being picked up by another parent for a playdate, even appreciative that mifold takes up no space in hand luggage so it can be easily accessed ready for the taxi ride from airport to final destination!
You see, mifold is as light as a small bottle of water and folds into the size of a clutch bag, which means it’s easily carried in a handbag, a child’s backpack or stored in a car glove compartment, making it the unique device that it is!  Surprised? Well there’s more – mifold has been rigorously crashed tested and is a regulated Group 2/3 ECE R44.04 child restraint system suitable for 4 to 12 year olds. 
But recently, there has been some confusion about the legality of using backless booster seats here in the UK.  The new laws released in March 2017 by the Department of Transport now classifies NEW models of backless booster seats manufactured from now on as Group 3 car seats, suitable for kids above 125cm in height.  Still confused? Find out the full story here.
We have four mifold Grab-and-go seats to give away - to be in with a chance to win, just fill in your details below and tell us about your nightmare travel stories with your current car set and how mifold would improve things for you. Good luck x
This competition is now closed. 
Congratulations to Adele Miller, Katie Constantinou, Alison McConnell and Julieanne Holroyd who have each won a mifold Grab-and-go seat - well done ladies, we have sent you an email. Thank you to everyone who entered x
Compeittion closes at midnight on 9th May 2017
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