Car Seatbelt Pillow for Kids from Noted Seller Now Comes in Two Styles

Following the success of its popular unicorn seat belt pillow, Tulatoo recently introduced another version of its car seatbelt pillow for kids in the form of a dinosaur pillow. Both are designed to ensure safe car travel for children.

Sheridan, Wyoming, USA - November 12, 2019 —

Tulatoo’s unicorn seat belt pillow has recently found its counterpart for boys with the official launch of the company’s dinosaur pillow. An experienced Amazon seller specializing in high-quality children’s products, Tulatoo reports that it has been relaunching its brand over the past few months. The company says that its unicorn car seatbelt pillow for kids is already a popular Amazon product.

The unicorn and dinosaur travel pillows were designed by Tulatoo to keep children safe as well as engaged while traveling in the car. The company advises that each kid seatbelt pillow is safe for use with seat belts or booster seats and is suitable for children over the age of three. However, the company warns, neither should be used with car seats or infant carriers.

According to Tulatoo, some of the most important features of Unicorn and Dinosaur travel pillows are:

Made of ultra-soft 100% polyester
Easily usable on both sides of the car
One-size-fits-all design
Can be laid on easily
Super-strong Velcro to prevent sliding down the belt.
Can be used as a throw pillow on children’s beds
Easily hand-washable

“Pretty much every kid in the world goes through a ‘dinosaur phase,’ when he or she eats, sleeps and breathes dinosaurs. Usually, it occurs around the ages of four or five, when kids are just starting to come to grips with scientific concepts and can extrapolate the appearance and behavior of dinosaurs from the wildlife they see at the zoo. Occasionally, a particularly bright child will carry his love of dinosaurs all the way through adolescence and adulthood,” said a spokesperson from Tulatoo.

The company says that it designed its new dinosaur child seatbelt pillow to help parents keep their children’s dinosaur fantasy alive while keeping them safe from potential injuries such as kinked necks, dangling heads or red marks from safety belts. Moreover, Tulatoo informs that both travel pillows are great ways to turn boring journeys into enjoyable ones.

Those interested in more information about Tulatoo’s dinosaur and unicorn travel pillows should visit the company’s official website or Amazon storefront.





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