You get in the car, sit in the driver’s seat and listen to the depressing sound of house keys, spare change and even your phone dropping out of your pocket and down the impenetrable gap between the centre console and your seat.
It happens to the best of us, and pupils are even more vulnerable to the drop, wasting valuable time, before the lesson can even begin, hunting down their loose valuables. It never ceases to amaze how we can all repeat the same scenario over and over again, but luckily there is an easy solution for those struggling to memorise a more sensible car entry regime.
Cabung is a simple idea that fills the gap and ‘stops the drop’. It’s discreet, versatile and very easy to fit, remove and reuse. What’s more, it can be personalised and colour coded to your interior. It’s designed to fill gaps between 5mm to 45mm and up to 42.5 cm in length and, when inflated, contours to the shape of the seats.
It may seems like a frivolous car accessory at first, but when you consider the repeated inconvenience of searching for lost items under the seat, trying to reach down that gap to retrieve jammed items, or try and clear up spillages, it suddenly appears to make good, clean common sense, especially for the professional driver.
Go to: cabung.com
RRP: £15 (for two)
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