I know that I’m not the only woman who has the problem finding a place for my purse to go while I’m driving. If I’m alone in the car, it goes in the passenger seat and tends to slide around. But when the car is full, it often goes behind my seat and requires some bending to get it before we go anywhere. That is until I was sent a Purse Pouch to test out – yes, it’s another As Seen on TV Product, that is easy to install and keep my stuff near when I need it.
The Purse Pouch is a simple no tool needed organization tool for your car. It sits between your two front seats (there must be a space between them) and is an additional place to stash your purse, phone, and other things you need close at hand. It’s a small tool, but it helps you take advantage of wasted space in between the seats, but you can still reach behind your seat to get things if needed.
To install the Purse Pouch first you have to secure the bottom inside the center counsel. For me this became a bit of a problem since the adjuster kept getting in way of the latch closing. I found that pulling the cords forward as you close the top helped with that, and you can get some extra slack doing it this way.
Next, you’ll need to attach top two straps. To attach the top you simply use the carabiner to the poles on the top on each headrest then adjust the straps as loose or tight as you want. Keep some slack on straps so you can fit more in the pouch and it’s not super tight. But just like that, you’re Purse Pouch is installed!
For me, I like having the additional storage between the front two seats. I can either keep items in the pouch, or use it as a sling to lean my purse against if the pouch is full. It creates a surface to rest things against, and at the same time doesn’t bother the arm rests. It stays in place and keeps your items handy while you’re on the go – and stops you from having to put them on the floor where they can get spilled on or small hands can get inside. You can find the Purse Pouch on Amazon and at other local retailers.
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