Andrew Pelham has been tinkering around since he was 4 years-old. So in 5th grade, when he had the chance to enter The Rubber Band Contest For Young Inventors, he knew he had to give it a try.
Rather than patent and profit from the E-Z Baby Saver, Andrew decided he could help more people by allowing anyone to make one of their own for free: “Teaching people to make the E-Z Baby Saver is one way I can serve others.”
On his website, he offers step-by-step instructions on how you can make your own E-Z Baby Saver with just some rubber bands, duct tape and 15 minutes.
“If I could prevent just one tragedy, then my invention would be a success.”
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