When was the Air Bag Invented?

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The first air bag was beleived to be invented by Walter Lindere from germany. He received a patten in 1951 for the airbag. The first electromechanicle air bag received a patten on 1968.
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The airbag was officially invented in 1952 and patented in 1953 by a John Hetrick. He came up with the idea after he was in an accident with his family. You can find more information here: www.consumeraffairs.com
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Allen Breed is credited with inventing the air bag which has saved so many lives since it's invention that it is not even funny. The first one was an electromechanical device.
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Allen Breed was holding the patent to the only crash sensing technology available at the birth
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Ziploc brand zipper storage bags were introduced by Dow Chemical Company. According to Dow's website, the first Ziploc bags were test-marketed in 1968. This was the first time that
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