Bush 10 inch Twin Screen In Car DVD £99.99 at Argos
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Bush 10 inch Twin Screen In Car DVD £99.99 at Argos

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Found 21st Jan 2012
Cheapest large twin / dual screen in car dvd player i can find, if you can find one cheaper please post

Make those long and boring car journeys entertaining with this Bush twin screen in-car DVD player. Enjoy your favourite films on the 10in TFT LCD screen, which produces crisp and sharp visuals. It also comes with an easy to use car headrest mounting kit, carry case and headphones.

Dual screen in-car DVD player
•Twin screens.
•Widescreen.
•10 inch (25.4cm) visible screen size.
•TFT LCD screen.
•Resolution 1024 x 576 pixels.
•Contrast ratio 200:1.
•Brightness 120cd/m².
•DVD Region 2.
•Playback compatibility: DVD, DVD-R/RW DVD+R/RW.
•Dual layer.
•Can be operated via a 12V car socket (cable included).
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Would look great in my Bentley...

Would go well with my lidl beaded seat cover
If you crash you have two 1kg projectiles placed inches from your children's faces- good one Einstein.
bush products are really poor quality....
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If you crash you have two 1kg projectiles placed inches from your … If you crash you have two 1kg projectiles placed inches from your children's faces- good one Einstein.



I have heard that Velcro straps came loose in German Tests at only 18miles/hour and "hit" the crash test "baby" sitting in back on the head.
Is there anything better than velcro to attach them to headrest?
Age: 35 to 44
Gender: Female
29 October 2011
by
abbeytoys
from Elgin
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Thank you for your question

I can confirm that Argos only supply this product with the Velcro straps and we are unable to advise on any other method of strapping them securely onto the headrests.

Thank you for using Argos Q&A


just strap a cushion in front of the screen for protection
Had some of these Velcro strapped ones for a couple of years, seem very secure to me and been brilliant for the kids. Not quite hd quality picture, but reduces the "are we nearly there yet?" line of questions
... or strap a cushion to each child's forehead, problem solved.
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