The first car seat back organizer we examined is manufactured by Autoark. It comes in a standard size that measures 11.8" x 10.2" x 5.5" and a big size that measures 4.6" x 10.2" x 5.5".
They emphasize its extra large storage capacity that is ideal for holding tissue boxes, children's drinks, magazines, newspapers bottles of water, anything really. It's built from polyester material, making it easy for passengers in your back seat to store and access comfort food while traveling, or keeping the iPad handy for your child in the backseat during long drives.
The way it works, you attach it to the headrest support on either the passenger or driver side car seat by buckling its adjustable strap- and you're ready to go. In addition, it includes zippered compartments to help insulate cold and hot foods and drinks.
- One buyer criticized the side compartment drink holders, saying that they aren't ideal for holding tall drinks- they have a tendency to fall out whenever the car makes sudden turns.
- As well, the cooler isn't really that great- with some buyers complaining that the stitching prevented it from truly sealing cold or hot air inside of the bag.
- Uber and Lyft drivers often use these car seat bag organizers, saying it's a great place to store cheap and free items like gum, breath mints and bottles of water for their paying passengers.
The second car seat back organizer is manufactured by M'Baby. It's made from felt, helping to protect seat backs from kicking children, while at the same time providing a handy storage area for drinks, tablets, iPhones and pens.
It's marketed as a handy space saver for your car or truck's interior, converting the unused space on the back of the passenger and driver side seats into organizer areas that can accommodate a range of different food and play items for long car trips.
- One common problem this fixes is when children in the backseat unleash a water bottle that can potentially roll up to the driver side area, impairing the driver's ability to operate the vehicle.
- It ships with one large pocket that is document-sized, two pockets for bottles and one pocket that can hold a tissue box.
- Because it straps up with Velcro, as opposed to buckling with a latch, some buyers thought that it wasn't as secure as it could be. Indeed, many buyers complain that the material was cheap and gave the feel of a low-quality product.
The third backseat car organizer we examined is manufactured by Fancy Mobility- it actually ships with a car visor organizer, as well- a handy storage area for traveling documents and other paperwork to keep things immediately at your fingertips.
It's marketed towards harried mothers running daytime errands with very young impatient children, all the way to traveling salesman who frequently cart around coworkers on long jaunts to foreign work facilities.
- Buyers were impressed at how inexpensive it is, while also commending the very well thought out design that enables it to store a lot of materials without over straining the mesh pockets.
- Buyers say it has been a lifesaver for hauling children around on road trips, enabling their kids to access the pockets to store their favorite toys or just swap sunglasses.
- Indeed, for especially young children, this organizer is a great way to keep the essentials on hand, whether that be diapers, wipes or snacks.
- For adults, they provide space for a coffee thermos and an area to easily tuck a novel should you need some downtime reading material.
The fourth car backseat organizer is manufactured by Mom's Best and features a tablet holder with a viewer window. It's equipped to fit tablets that measure up to 10.1", helping to provide shared entertainment for a backseat passengers in a hands off and hands-free fashion.
It's built from durable polyester designed to resist shrinkage or stretching with a waterproof backing that helps protect car seat upholstery from abrasion and getting scuffed from kicks. It's marketed towards parents getting up early in the morning to transport the children to school or for extended road trips. It attaches to adjustable headrests with buckling straps that usually embrace most car seat styles.
- Buyers were impressed with the number of pockets and its ability to adequately serve backseat passengers a variety of handy driving resources.
- On the other hand, one reviewer told us that they have had trouble fitting a 10-inch tablet into the tablet viewfinder, saying they had to stack it vertically which obviously ruined the effect because the screen was bisected by the mesh pocket.
- One driver says that he installed it in the back of his own driver seat so that he could reach around to access a map, pulling in from the center pocket.
- Another reviewer told us that it's great for handling a bunch of miscellaneous and differently sized items for long car trips, but as one driver noted it wasn't an ideal way to store and play movies on a tablet for a road trip.
- This is because the plastic that is the face of the viewfinder was wrinkled which ended up distorting the view of the iPad they were trying to have their children watch cartoons on.
The last car backseat organizer is provided by EPauto. It's marketed as a convenient way of storing a baby travel accessories while providing a kick mat to prevent the backs of your front seats from getting kicked and scuffed by angry children.
- One reviewer opted to store small bottles of Windex and other cleaning solutions in it for their mobile home cleaning operation.
- Another reviewer who hauls his family around on biannual summer road trips says it is a slim and non-bulky option that helps provide backseat passengers with spacious leg room as opposed to larger bulkier backseat car organizers.
- As well, it's a great way to deal with sharing issues between children- since both car backseats have organizers, each child is divided up his own toys and resources, decreasing the incidence of loud and unruly arguments during stressful family outings.
- Fitted with a variety of different compartments, some buyers say you shouldn't keep valuable items in it like a Kindle or tablet, for instance, in the event that it might fall out and potentially break.