Invented by Nathan Day, the Lug Bug is a baby carrier accessory that enables parents to hold their child in a safer and more comfortable position. Designed by ergonomic experts, it is adjustable for multiple angles and is a suitable accessory for all baby carrier brands.
The oh-so-common baby carrier is uncomfortable and can cause back, shoulder, and elbow pain. The Lug Bug baby carrier accessory is ergonomically designed to alleviate this pain. It attaches to a conventional baby carrier and can be placed in a side pocket or map tray. The handle is designed to mimic the natural position of the human hand and is a must have for parents who want to carry their child. It’s made of lightweight aluminum and can withstand up to 100 pounds. The Lug Bug has an impressive list of credentials, including a no-questions-asked money back guarantee.
While the Lug Bug is a winner for the ergonomics department, the company hasn’t updated its website in some time, or for that matter, the company’s Facebook page. There are a few products on the site, including apparel for the young and young at heart. The company’s net worth is a modest $1 million.
Nathan Day, the founder of Lug Bug, made his Shark Tank debut on October 2018. He appeared on the show with Robert Herjavec, Kevin O’Leary, Mark Cuban, and Lori Greiner. Robert Herjavec had a lot to say, including that his wife was in the market for an alternative way to carry her twins in their car seats. Mark Cuban thought the Lug Bug was a clever idea. Lori Greiner thought it was a smart choice. Mark Cuban was also impressed by the oh-so-small Lug Bug’s feng shui-inspired display. The company has since expanded its product line to include eco-friendly apparel and accessories.
The Lug Bug was the best-selling baby carrier accessory on Amazon in January of this year. This product has been on the market for several months, but there haven’t been many updates to the company’s website. This product has also been out of stock on Amazon for several months. While the Lug Bug has been a hit with mothers, it’s also the reason for several “snapchats” on Twitter. The product’s inventor, Nathan Day, is not exactly a marketing expert, and hasn’t figured out a winning marketing strategy.
Using the Lug Bug’s patented design, Day was able to create a baby carrier accessory that was both ergonomically correct and visually appealing. It has a sturdy handle on top and can be adjusted for multiple angles. The handle is a must-have for parents who want to carry their baby in a comfortable and safe position. The handle also supposedly reduces strain from carrying baby carriers, which is the most important and obvious attribute.
The Lug Bug’s patented design also makes it easy to install and remove the handle. The device is designed to fit any single-handle baby carrier. The company’s website also offers a 100% money back guarantee.