|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||2.9 x 1.9 x 1.6 inches|
|Item model number||K-ES|
|Manufacturer Part Number||K-ES|
Kei Project Red Eject Ejection Seat Push Button Car Power Plug Cigerette Lighter 12-volt Accessory Fits Most Vehicles
|Sale:||$13.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
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Ejecto Seato Cuhs, This Eject button replica is sure to get some attention. The EJECT Button has played a pretty cool role in movies. Now you too can have your own Eject Button! This 12-volt accessory plugs into most vehicles! Red with silver EJECT lettering, it's sure to catch the of your unsuspecting passenger. It sure is fun with a passenger who has NO IDEA what that could be
Universal design fits all vehicles with a standard 12 Volt power source. It is the best replacement piece for your old or broken ones and will fit most car models. This is a functional cigarette lighter button. It features metal and plastic construction and built-in heat resistant ceramic protector.
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If the lighter doesn't fit, the knob can be unscrewed and put on a different size.
I didn't have to do that though.
This looks great on my motorcycle, and is sure to get some chuckles!
Frankly it is more use as a lighter than a novelty gag. The amusement value wears off pretty quick.
Also it does not fit certain European lighter sockets - my son's Fiat 500 being a case in point. Rattled around very annoyingly and I had to take it back from him.