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- Satchel style design for easy portability
- Sized to hold documents and up to 16 inch laptop
- Tilt-out front pocket for quick access to small electronics and other items by driver
- Dims 11.2 x 23.4 x 8.9 inch / 28.5 x 59.5 x 22.5 cm
- Lifetime Warranty
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Thule is the world leader within Sports and Utility Transportation delivering transportation solutions for active families, professionals and outdoor enthusiasts wanting to transport their equipment by vehicles safely, easily and in style. With this in mind Thule introduces the Thule Front Seat Organizer. Attaches to front seat using seat belt. Satchel-style design for easy portability and Tilt-out front pocket for quick access to small electronics and other items by driver. Sized to hold documents and up to a 16-Inch laptop. Legendary Thule craftsmanship and design. Lifetime Warranty
- Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 13.5 x 2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds
- ASIN: B0033A7JG2
- Item model number: TTFS-1
- Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
- Date first available at Amazon.com: January 7, 2010
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
I have a couple of small issues with the bag which made it 3 stars instead of 4 stars. The bag doesn't zip or close in any way so any items in the bag are clearly visible and easily accessible to thieves. Also, if you're running through the rain, your papers and electronics are exposed to the weather. Secondly, my husband has an older laptop and it's a bit bulkier than the newer models. He has a hard time squeezing it into the bag. For anyone who spends all day in their car and needs easy access to files, laptop and misc. items related to business, this bag serves as a portable filing cabinet and I can see that it would be a big help.
If you use it in the default configuration, you have four compartments on the inside of the bag (one is padded for tablets, laptops, etc). You also have two spaces on the front of the organizer. One is a free flowing, the other has three sets of pockets and there's space in between the pockets to stick two pens or pencils. The left and right pockets are wide enough to put a set of reading flags in their original packaging (for the readers and bookmarkers).
For items that may need some more protection, if you put books (or something heavy) at the bottom of the main compartment, you can then sort of fold the divider on top of whatever is stored there. The divider is not flat on top of them, but it covers most of the open space.
Speaking of the straps, if they get in the way, I just put them under the gray decoration loops on each side and they are out of the way.
One negative is that it doesn't close completely or seal, so if you are running out in the rain and don't have additional protection, this may be an issue.
Another potential issue is whether one should leave this in the car as it may attract attention (regardless of whether you have anything valuable or irreplaceable inside). Throwing a jacket or shirt or a big shopping bag on top of it may cover it up enough so as not to attract unwanted attention.
Overall, this proved to be more convenient than it looks.
OK, so if it's that good, then why do I give it only three stars ("It's OK")? The simple fact is that while I do like having my electronics and other things handy in the front seat, I have no intention of leaving everything there. An organizer for a woman on the go needs a shoulder strap (definitely!) and a way to cover the contents of the organizer, should I need to step out into the rain.
So what I say is that this is a very good organizer, very good indeed, but it is just not sufficient for a woman on the go, like me.
(Review of Thule TTFS-1 Black Front Seat Organizer)
The organizer come folded flat. You simply flip down the bottom panel to reveal a nylon, flat-bottomed 15" x 11" x 7 1/2" tote bag with a metal internal frame. The bag fits easily the floor between the front seats in most cars. The flat bottom is reasonably sure footed. There's rubberized panel on the bottom, so it seems to stay in place just fine, especially when it is weighted down with your personal belongings. The size is perfect for holding standard pads of paper, most laptops, magazines etc. You'd need something longer to hold a legal pad, but the smaller size is probably better in terms of fitting in the small space between the front seats in most cars. It's size is a good compromise--it's not so big as to take up too much room and it's not too small to be useful.
The organizer appears to be well made. The nylon material is reasonably rugged and the metal frame resists bending. There is an outer pocket on the front side. This compartment is divided into two parts. The outer part is big enough to hold a stenographer's notebook or a paperback book and the inner part of the compartment is divided into three sections making it ideal for holding pens and pencils, sun glasses, or an mp3 player. The inner compartment has two dividers. The large, middle compartment is meant for more bulk storage and the two outer components could be used to hold files. The divider closer to the back of the bag has a little padding. This makes it suitable for storing a laptop while you're driving.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've noticed that some of the review comments point out that the organizer does not have a top zipper and so the contents are likely to spill out. Read morePublished on October 22, 2010 by Patrick Odaniel
I picked this bag because I wanted something that I could put my laptop in instead of taking my school books out of my messenger bag every time I wanted to go to a writer's group. Read morePublished on August 26, 2010 by C. Ayres
I can see this organizer being great for someone who has a job that requires them driving around and frequently visiting clients. Such as a Realtor, social worker, etc. Read morePublished on August 26, 2010 by Laura I
The organizer seems to be very sturdy, I like that it has metal frame inside - around the bottom, so if it is almost empty, or full, it does not try to fall from the seat, unless... Read morePublished on July 28, 2010 by genoa golf
Plain and simple, this is a "bag", but it's a good bag. If I had to describe it, I'd say it's like one of those environmentally-friendly reusable shopping bags, except with a... Read morePublished on July 21, 2010 by Turtle502
We are still tryign to figure out all the variations and ways to utilize this organizer. Quick access to cell phone paperwork, assorted business materials and wide screen laptop... Read morePublished on July 18, 2010 by Scott
I am of two minds when reviewing this product. On the one hand the construction details are absolutely excellent, but on the other hand I just don't see much use to the case... Read morePublished on July 15, 2010 by John Green
This is a good organizer. In fact, i've been using this over my very nice Coach briefcase. Some benefits of this is that it sits nicely on your front seat. Read morePublished on July 15, 2010 by Tom Bux
This is a great organizer for your car. It is kind of big, and has no flap to close it up, so if you have any valuables, then people can see what is inside it. Read morePublished on July 14, 2010 by D. H.