Tablet car seat headrest holder £2.50 instore @ Asda Watford
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Tablet car seat headrest holder £2.50 instore @ Asda Watford

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LocalFound 15th Apr
Great to hold tablets for kids in the back of the car
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BertieWusster11 m ago

Going by the discount and the number available in the photo, a solution in …Going by the discount and the number available in the photo, a solution in search of a problem. Could also be dangerous? Child gets bored, can't reach the screen, so undoes seat belt. What could possibly go wrong?


What about child doesn’t get bored,can reach the screen,so doesn’t undo seatbelt,nothing goes wrong.
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 15th Apr
What about...parent educates child not to remove seatbelt whilst car is moving. Everyone is happy.
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Going by the discount and the number available in the photo, a solution in search of a problem. Could also be dangerous? Child gets bored, can't reach the screen, so undoes seat belt. What could possibly go wrong?
I think op should edit title from laptop to tablet holder, it says do not use on laptop,
33640874-pIm4k.jpg33640874-chFE5.jpgMaybe add which store.
BertieWusster11 m ago

Going by the discount and the number available in the photo, a solution in …Going by the discount and the number available in the photo, a solution in search of a problem. Could also be dangerous? Child gets bored, can't reach the screen, so undoes seat belt. What could possibly go wrong?


What about child doesn’t get bored,can reach the screen,so doesn’t undo seatbelt,nothing goes wrong.
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 15th Apr
What about...parent educates child not to remove seatbelt whilst car is moving. Everyone is happy.
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shadey1237 m ago

I think op should edit title from laptop to tablet holder, it says do not …I think op should edit title from laptop to tablet holder, it says do not use on laptop,[Image] [Image] Maybe add which store.


Sorry... edited now
This is really good.

You can put one of these on the back of the driver's seat and when you get bored driving on the M4 you can climb in the back to have a surf or watch a video.

Eat your heart our Homer!
daveo781 h, 21 m ago

What about...parent educates child not to remove seatbelt whilst car is …What about...parent educates child not to remove seatbelt whilst car is moving. Everyone is happy.


Or learn to travel without a tablet, dvd, phone etc.... oh the novelty of that for some
Packard I get what you are saying, but when we travel to Devon or Cornwall we have 120 miles of the M5 which is boring to look at for everyone, and thats without the rest of the journey. I have no problem with my child using things like this to break up the monotony.
daveo784 h, 44 m ago

What about...parent educates child not to remove seatbelt whilst car is …What about...parent educates child not to remove seatbelt whilst car is moving. Everyone is happy.


Of course, how stupid of me. Because we all know that once a child is told not to do something by a parent they never do anything wrong.
Biggunspaul4 h, 48 m ago

What about child doesn’t get bored,can reach the screen,so doesn’t undo sea …What about child doesn’t get bored,can reach the screen,so doesn’t undo seatbelt,nothing goes wrong.


I'm sure that happens a lot, but that's not exactly a problem, now, is it?
packard4 h, 22 m ago

Or learn to travel without a tablet, dvd, phone etc.... oh the novelty of …Or learn to travel without a tablet, dvd, phone etc.... oh the novelty of that for some


Why should people learn to travel without using such items ?

Are people not allowed to move with the times,you know like you are by using the internet to get your point across,maybe you should send any reply to me via 2nd class post,on horseback !
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 15th Apr
packard5 h, 24 m ago

Or learn to travel without a tablet, dvd, phone etc.... oh the novelty of …Or learn to travel without a tablet, dvd, phone etc.... oh the novelty of that for some


Genius.
Now I know why, “Are we nearly there yet.” Was such a popular pastime when I was a lad.
BertieWusster2 h, 14 m ago

I'm sure that happens a lot, but that's not exactly a problem, now, is it?


Give it up. You were chatting nonsense and you got called out on it. Accept it
packard17 h, 36 m ago

Or learn to travel without a tablet, dvd, phone etc.... oh the novelty of …Or learn to travel without a tablet, dvd, phone etc.... oh the novelty of that for some


6 hours in a car with a 10 year old.... There's only so many games of eye spy etc. you can play
horsepills15th Apr

Give it up. You were chatting nonsense and you got called out on it. …Give it up. You were chatting nonsense and you got called out on it. Accept it


Try telling the parents of children who were seriously injured or killed after undoing their seatbelt that it was just nonsense and they should accept it.

I'm sure they'll be grateful for your expert advice.
BertieWusster7 h, 55 m ago

Try telling the parents of children who were seriously injured or killed …Try telling the parents of children who were seriously injured or killed after undoing their seatbelt that it was just nonsense and they should accept it.I'm sure they'll be grateful for your expert advice.


You show me one example of a child undoing their seatbelt to get to a tablet holder and I'll happily accept I'm wrong.
horsepills7 h, 40 m ago

You show me one example of a child undoing their seatbelt to get to a …You show me one example of a child undoing their seatbelt to get to a tablet holder and I'll happily accept I'm wrong.


The point is that children do undo their seatbelt for a variety of reasons. Occasionally, they then get killed or seriously injured. Why increase the risk by introducing another reason by giving them something you expect them to use, then putting it out of their reach?

I never said it has happened or will happen but the risk seems pretty obvious. Why risk it when the consequences of getting it wrong could be so dire?
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