QPV Seat Back Protectors - For those of us with kids...

makeshiftUK

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I invested in a set of these car seat 'back protectors' from Amazon- a deviation from the ones I have in my BMW which are generic black, I bought these to give the illusion that they're not there. My interior is Sabbia (sand), and as such I went for a beige set... I have to be honest, they don't look bad at all and the colour is almost there (and the fit seems to be fairly decent, too). What it does do is protect the car seats from shoe scuffs, and whatever else my kids seem to end up with on their feet...

EDIT: In the last picture I haven't lowered the passenger's headrest, which is why it doesn't look as 'flush' as the drivers side.

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makeshiftUK

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Carbon is nice
It's Titanex sadly, poor-man's carbon fibre!

Although that said Devonboy pointed out to me it's a Maserati designed/engineered material, and given that it's probably had little deployment in other automotive marques and models it's probably rarer... and thus more valuable than carbon fibre... probably :D
 

ChrisQP09

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It's Titanex sadly, poor-man's carbon fibre!

Although that said Devonboy pointed out to me it's a Maserati designed/engineered material, and given that it's probably had little deployment in other automotive marques and models it's probably rarer... and thus more valuable than carbon fibre... probably :D
Interesting! I guess the weave is slightly different.
 

Wanderer

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Do they fit easily to cars that don't have them originally specified?
I understand they are straight swaps provided you get the whole assembly. Some guy in US was selling the just table part and the telescopic arms, bit useless....