Drop Stop Prevents Items From Falling Under Your Seat

DropStop You know how sometimes you’ll see a product you never would have thought existed on one of those “As-Seen-On-TV” ads, but now that you’ve seen it you’re like, “I don’t know how I’ve lived this long without that!”

Put the Drop Stop in that category. The Drop Stop is nothing more than a piece of black neoprene that fits over a seat belt buckle and fills the gap between the driver or front passenger seat and the center console. It then moves with the seat to prevent cell phones, loose change, french fries, or any number of small, loose items from falling through the cracks. One size, apparently, fits all cars.

As someone who has spent at least 25 minutes of his life hunting for his cell phone under the car seat, I can’t say I’m not a little intrigued, but $19.95 (“An incredible $60 value for only $19.95!”) may be a little steep for a couple pieces of foam.

Fits Any Size Car Seat Crack! (Gizmodo)

By Stephen Markley | April 16, 2009 | Comments (4)
Tags: Car Gadgets

Comments 

Ziggy

and to think someone will make a lot of money off of something simple like this.

GR

You can just go to Home Depot and get the insulation strip that is used for air conditioner installation. It's about $3.

Or not eat french fries in your car! (=

Like, I thought, like, eating french fries in your car, was, like, soooooooooo '99.

f

KFC could offer pothole fillers and lap hole covers.

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