Between my husband and my kids, our car can get a little out of control with clutter. Okay, so maybe a lot out of control. Typically, you'll find cd's, toys, sunglasses, snack containers, and cups laying all over the floor of our vehicle. I hate the clutter and the mess. Of course, it doesn't bother my husband and since he's the one who drives (I don't drive at all), it doesn't get cleaned as often as it should.
Organizers are heaven sent really.
You can use them to hold drinks, snacks, books, toys, and whatever else for your kids while on road trips and you can also use it just to get all those items off the seats and floors of your car. This organizer is big enough to hold quite a bit and I have to say, I was stoked when I received it to review for you guys.
But my *womp womp with a sad face* moment came when I realized that it wouldn't fit our seats!
We have a 2001 Ford Explorer with bucket seats and no adjustable head rests. I thought I could possibly adjust it enough to to fit around the smallest part of it, but no dice. However, We do have adjustable headrests on the backseats in our vehicle so good news is, they can go back there. That doesn't work out so well when it comes to storing snacks and drinks for the kids as they can't reach back behind them, but it still works out to keep our cd's, package of wipes, and first aid kit off the floor of the vehicle and give us more room for groceries, so huzzah!
The bag is durable ad very well made with side pockets that fit drinks and can be adjusted to keep them snug in there and in no danger of falling out and rolling around all over the floor. The middle section has two large compartments, with the front compartment having two separate sections inside, as well as two mesh pockets in the front. That's a ton of storage!
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