For all the hubbub in the media about equal parenting and dads changing diapers, taking leave, and getting more involved, you almost never hear about moms grabbing the car seat and hauling it around the airport. And that's fine. I'm happy to redirect my own rage at the myopic airlines, who've apparently decided that making family travel as annoying and difficult as possible is somehow their only hope for avoiding bankruptcy.
On the trip last week, I occasionally loaded our temporary, cheapo car seat into the seat of the Maclaren Volo and pushed it around that way, but it occurred to me that a wheelie-like attachment for a car seat, perhaps one that was compatible with the near-universal LATCH system, would be a smart move for a company somewhere.
Then a reader sent in this link for GoGoBabyz's GoGo Kidz Travelmate, a wheelie/handtruck attachment for the Britax Roundabout (or Marathon). Unlike the little collapsible luggage carts (you know, the ones you're not supposed to store in the overhead bins), the GoGoBabyz [?] stays on throughout the trip; it can require a seat belt extender to use it on the plane.
I don't know anything about it, except that it's $89. Oh, and although the fonts aren't too evil, the decadent use of mispelled words ('babyz,' 'kidz") is contributing to the fall of western civilization.