By Dean Murray via SWNS
Best invention ever – or worst? An incredible seatbelt for your fast food has been invented.
Bago is the brainchild of Atlanta-based Dan Stevenson who wanted to solve the eternal problem of how to transport your greasy meal home.
He came up with the idea of a clip that can be easily attached to your glovebox when needed.
Now, Bago has been launched on crowdfunding Indiegogo website for £16 ($21).
Dan explains: “The product Bago’s primary purpose is to ensure to-go bags and groceries don't tip over and spill while being transported in your car.
“It started as an idea that popped into my head while I was sitting at a stop light about two years ago."
“Since then, I've continued to think about the product and have been testing different designs and materials to find the right mix of functionality and durability.
“I believe I've struck that balance and am so excited to introduce Bago, a product that will serve as a helpful companion in your glovebox for many years to come”
Dan also believes the innovation will improve road safety.
He says: “An important secondary benefit is that it allows the driver to focus on the road without feeling the need to reach over and hold onto a bag to prevent spills during turns and while braking.”
Bago comprises a purpose-built anchor piece constructed with smooth edges to clip onto your glovebox with care. Durable seat belt strap material and a metal clamp "keeps a grip on the bag through tight turns and changing speeds.”
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