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Car seat protectors

Discussion in 'Model X' started by baymaX, Jun 14, 2016.

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  1. baymaX

    baymaX Member

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    what is a good car seat protector and does it void your car seat warranty if you use it (I read that some where)?
     
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    We've been using these for the last two years and they seem to work well. The bottom is a bit stiff which prevents it from denting the seat. Also has a bit of a dam incase any liquids get spilled.

    I can't imagine how it would void your warranty.
     
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    Brica Seat Guardian @ Amazon
     
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    Have 6 of these as well between two vehicles (3 toddlers). They dip below $30 every once and a while on Amazon.

    When removing them from my wife's Jeep to transfer to our Model S they did their job well and there was no permanent sign on the leather that the car seats were ever there. Same story on cloth seats in a Honda Accord they did their job well.
     
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    I orered 1 each of these. they should arrive tomorrow and I will use them this weekend.
    http://amzn.to/1ZUVGiP and http://amzn.to/23f827s
    There was a clipable coupon on Amazon for both of them when I ordered.
    It was $51.94 for both with tax and free shipping with Amazon Prime!
     
  6. baymaX

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    Thanks everyone! I will be ordering one! Do you think the high back boosters will need one too?
     
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    I got both of these on Friday and installed them. The larger one is a lot stiffer. i used it for the baby's rear facing car seat since it has a tendency to slide left and right. The blue rubber inserts are very grippy and the seat does not slide. The smaller one i put under my son's forward facing seat and it worked great as well. i was able to put the head rest strap over both of the head rests with a little adjustment of the length. I have the baby seat in the 2nd row and the forward facing seat in the 3rd row.
     
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    Sorry to dredge up a semi-old thread, but is anyone concerned about this snippet from the manual?

    I was about to order two Bricas from the recommendations in this thread, but thinking twice.
     

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