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If Brompton made feeding equipment

Lyn and I were just enjoying a spot of lunch, discussing how, when abroad, I need quite a bit more support. For instance, I use my Neater Eater at home, but it would be rather awkward to carry everywhere so I need to take someone to feed me. But Mitchel, feeding L, pointed out that the Neater Eater shouldn't be that hard to pack in a bag and take with us. That made me wonder: if Brompton can make a bicycle which folds, how hard would it be to create a folding Neater Eater? When I first saw Dominik's folding bike it struck me as wonderful how he was able to collapse it down so it was comfortably carryable. Surely it wouldn't be too hard to create a feeding contraption which collapses down to fit snugly in a bag, but which I could take out, unfold and screw smartly onto a restaurant table. I think this is quite a cool idea, but who should I pitch it to first: Neater eater Solutions, or Brompton?


[Edited 04/02/2018 at 21:39:32 - added a bit]

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