Dashpod

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  1. gordoncbrown

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    Just seen the dashpod from wigglesac. Looks good. Anyone have one or something similar?
     
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    could the rest of us see it please?
     
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    Yip. That's the one. For some reason I couldn't get a link to work. Thought I'd put enough info for a google search. Thanks for getting the link up:thumb:
     
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    No thanks! Quite apart from the price and the minimal amount of storage for the cost, I would be very concerned about the blocking of the view out of the windscreen! :Eeek:

    It also would make a very nice easily nickable bag of goodies for a quick 'in and out' thief! :Eek!:
     
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    Good point well made. Can always rely on funsters to give good feedback.:thumb:
     
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    Thirty quid is a bit steep. Give it a few months though and there may be copies to try in the pound shops :Smile:
     
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    Looking at the vid, I would say for me, way to high in the window. It's a good idea, just needs refinement.
     
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    Only illustrates the lack of storage space these vans have in the cab. Mine has enormous pockets in the doors but lacking the arms of a chimpanzee they are unreachable while driving. Dashboard stowage is about enough for a pair of dark glasses.
     
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    A pound indeed, you cheapskate Graham. :Rofl1:
     
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    Looks like something John Noakes would have cobbled together on "Blue Peter".....

    pass the sticky backed plastic Shep.......................
     
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    Note that it clips onto the pop up clipboard on the dash and won't work with vans that have the airbag - ie clipboard doesn't pop up
     
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    Ah, that explains why it 'looks' big but doesn't actually hold that much! As we have the passenger airbag it would work in ours anyway so a good job I wasn't wanting one! As a lot of MHs have this they have really limited their market by designing it this way! :Doh:
     

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