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Mother creates bag to help her son cope with motion sickness

Ana Duarte 于 2019-06-28 10:52 分享

About the solution

Carrie wanted to find a solution for her son’s motion sickness. So she sought advice from other people who suffer from this and from nausea caused by pregnancy and cancer treatment.

QuezzyBag consists of a disposable sickness bag that features a twist-and-seal system, with locks in the mess, so that there are no spills, smell and panic.

“QueezyBags won’t stop people feeling nauseous or getting sick. But they will take the panic out of it for people and allow them to get rid of the mess discreetly. Our son Liam suffered terribly from motion sickness. You could see the dread in his face, anytime we were heading off anywhere in the car. And getting a car valet, as a result of him being sick, was costing us €70 a go. Also, the driver doesn’t have to face the threat of being off the road for a night and a late-night reveller doesn’t have to pay a fine, which often exceeds the €100 mark.”
Carrie got a start-up grant said from the Kilkenny Leader Partnership and started mass producing and selling this device, launching her own company.

The cheapest QueezBag can be bought online for €4,99 (a pack of three bags).

Adapted from: https://bit.ly/2XwCwsf

More info: http://queezybags.com/


DISCLAIMER: This story was written by someone who is not the author of the solution, therefore please be advised that, although it was written with the utmost respect for the innovation and the innovator, there can be some incorrect statements. If you find any errors please contact the patient Innovation team via info@patient-innovation.com


Carrie Doorley, from Ireland, invented, in 2015, the QuezzyBag, a bag to help cope with motion sickness. Carrie came up with this solution because her son Liam suffered from this condition even in short car journeys.

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