An Infant Hammock Built for Air Travel

The FlyeBaby is a hammock that wraps around the tray of a jetliner seat. It has a five point harness built in to secure the child in place during the flight. Basically, it's a way to hold an infant in your lap during a flight that is comfortable for both the baby and the caregiver.

My only concern is that the design relies upon the plastic lock of the table holding up a lot of weight. If I understand the design correctly, if the lock breaks, the baby would fall to the floor.

What do you think? -via Gizmodo

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The baby won't fall to the floor because:
1. Five point harness
2. other end of hammock is secured around mom in picture
Bonus: unless you have a baby Thing, I doubt the lock would break.

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