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Clothes Hooks for back seat of your Tesla

Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by Elctrek, Jul 8, 2014.

  1. Elctrek

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    Nice find. You should comment on Amazon to counter the couple 1-star reviews, if you thought they worked well. One review said they couldn't even get them to stick to glass.
     
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    Done
     
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    I got the Evannex coat hooks and they work great. Im not associated with Evannex and I did a review here:
    Tesla Model S Coat Hooks Review | Tesla Living

    They're cheap (about $14) and they slip on and work as you'd expect. They're better than any of the solutions I looked for on Amazon etc before they came out.
     
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    the link I posted to ebay (or search yourself for POM hooks) is for the same hooks that evannex marks up and sells.
     
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    Not a big fan of the suction cup. I found these ones through facebook though www.evhooks.com. Just ordered a pair and using 'autopilot' got me 15% off.
     
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    those work I guess. I like how the EV Hooks ones blend into the interior of the Model S and look like they're part of the car. $30 at the end of the day isn't much when you're treating your Model S :)
     
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