Keep your phone, batteries, flashlight and sunglasses close at hand with the Got Your Six Aircraft Seat Organizer. Fits perfectly between any seat cushions that either touch or have up to ½” between them. Simply separate the aircraft seat cushions gently and slide the FlySix Aircraft Seat Organizer into place. Thanks to its integrated friction-fit pad, the organizer will stay in place vertically exactly where you place it! Works excellent for rear seats as well to help keep snacks, kid's toys, or other items close at hand. Do your seats slide forward and back separately? No problem, the Got Your Six Aircraft Seat Organizer will still stay firmly in place. With its tapered design, you won't feel the organizer between the two occupants, even in a smaller aircraft.
The tray is 9” by 2”, with a 2.5” depth for storing your items. The vertical tab that holds the organizer firmly in place is 9” long by 3.5” tall, 5/8” in thickness including friction pad."
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A very nicely made unit, sized right for my motorglider. This is small enough to fit in my very tight cockpit, yet large enough to be useful for the numerous odd items that otherwise get scattered about on cross-country flights. Most similar organizers for cars are super-sized and just wont fit in the limited space available in light aircraft.
This is for people that don’t have a Rockwell Commander 112-TC with a Center Console and Glovebox in it :). Works fine for cherokee, but would prefer a side mounted one probably.
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