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November 28, 2004

Road-Rest Window Arm Rest


"Add a comfortable resting place for your elbow."

It's pleasant, especially when you're driving a long time, to perch your left forearm up on top of the door panel.

But it's hard plastic or metal and not the most salubrious spot to plant your olecranon process.

Enter this invention, a cushioned platform that mounts in the space between the window and door panel.

Comes with a self-adhesive foam block and fits virtually any thickness door panel.

$19.95 here, in your choice of tan or gray.

November 28, 2004 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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