This new product is a sensible solutions to the complications of nursing an infant in a public location.
February 17, 2014 (Newswire) - Many uncomfortable and inconvenient drawbacks for both mother and infant can occur when it's necessary to nurse a child in public. Past developments in coverings have fallen short in rectifying these issues as they can slip off, or at times, leave the mother's back exposed. Also, the weight of the covering and natural body heat can create an excessively hot atmosphere for the little one, causing extreme discomfort. The Breastfeeding Cover with Safety Fan is a uniquely designed wearable nursing cover that features a detachable back panel and an integrated bladeless safety fan with LED light display.
Comprised of a double layered breathable material, this cover features a removable back panel that covers the wearer's back should she need to lift her shirt in order to nurse her child. Two hidden, bladeless, battery operated fans are integrated into special pockets and positioned on either side of the garment and supported by a four-piece boning system. This will keep the infant cool and comfortable while nursing while the incorporated LED bulbs lull the child with a soothing light show. Televised test marketing recently completed indicates strong consumer interest in the Breastfeeding Cover with Safety Fan.
The Patent Pending Breastfeeding Cover with Safety Fan was invented by Melinda McHenry of Lake Forest, CA, who said, "This will provide adequate and secure coverage for nursing mother's and, most importantly, it will enable the child to remain cool and comfortable as they nurse, preventing the child from becoming overheated and possibly losing his or her appetite."
EDITOR'S NOTE: Development of this product is being handled by Invents Company. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Department at Invents Company, 450 7th Avenue, Suite #1107 New York, NY 10123. Tel: 212-620-2629
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