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iStroll Kid iPad holder for Baby Strollers and Wheelchairs

During CES we saw a great number of iPad accessory with the iPotty being one of the more interesting. However, we have come across another after-market product called the iStroll Kid, which is an iPad holder for Baby Strollers and Wheelchairs. This makes it an ideal accessory to help keep those young children amused, or those who are unable to walk and have to live their life in the confines of a Wheelchair.

Giving your children an early education if key to their development and with the huge choice of educational iPad apps there’s more to these iOS devices than just playing games. I know plenty of young children who work an iPad pretty well and enjoy nothing better than singing along to rhymes or learning to count.

However, there are also children who have special needs who may have to stay in a Stroller longer than expected or have to stay in a Wheelchair, and we’ve seen first hand how important an iPad is for their development.

The iPad holder is a Kickstarter project and appeared on the website a few days ago. The iStroll Kid needs to reach a goal of $10,000 in another 41 days, but has only achieved $88. If you pledge $35 you’ll have your pre-order reserved and once it does go on sale then the designer expects to sell if for $45. While I have no use for the iStroll Kid iPad holder we’re pretty sure that there are thousands of mums who would like one, so take a look at the video below and see if it’s worth the funding.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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