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Brica Deluxe Kick Mats (seat back protectors)

Discussion in 'Model 3: Interior & Exterior' started by SoCalMom, Apr 2, 2018.

  1. SoCalMom

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    These Brica seat back protectors were mentioned in another thread: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B7M7CLA.

    They work well for our needs so we are keeping them.

    From the back, they cover most of the seat. The top two corners of each mat don't stick out too much from the original shape of the seat back. The first picture here makes it look more exaggerated due to the camera angle.

    Brica_Back_1.jpg

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    I can tuck the top connector into the crevice between the head of the seat and the rest of the seat body. It's a really tight fit so I don't think there will be much if any rubbing that would cause damage to the seat. If it looks like it's starting to rub too much, I might sew a long narrow tube from a silk or satin material to cover the nylon webbing. The buckle lays off to the far right side of the seat. I am short so it doesn't hit me anywhere that would bother me. The bottom connector is a really soft and stretchy elastic. There is also a plastic buckle piece on this part. Both connector straps are pretty well camouflaged against the black seats.

    Brica_Front_1.jpg

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  2. fseir

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    Thanks for posting your experience with the Brica! It looks pretty good, although I'm still worried about the buckles and canvas strap. Like you said, maybe covering it in some soft material might help?
     
  3. erthquake

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    Thanks so much for posting!
     
  4. Falkirk

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    When putting on the cover can you remove the headrest fully or does it only go up a certain amount? Thanks
     
  5. SoCalMom

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    The headrest does not move at all.
     
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