There comes a time when you just get annoyed. Frustrated at the disorganized clutter in your center console. When you can't find the simplest things when you need it. "I know I have a flashlight in here somewhere!"
Now you have the opportunity to clean up the clutter. By attaching the the APU-1 to the underside of your center console, you give yourself a perfect place to store those pieces of gear that could be placed out of the way. If you hate the contents of your center console banging around while off-roading, this is for you. If you hate not being able to find the simplest things that you know you have, this is for you.
Although these pouches were made for specific vehicles in mind, in this case the underside of the bottom lid of the center console of the Lexus LX450, the size is what matters. If you have a flat spot where you can fit (4) snaps in a 5.5" x 7" space then you can mount this item. Mount it in the back in the cargo area. Mount it in your drawers. Mount in on your door. Mount it anywhere.
The front panel contains five elastic webbing sections that can be used to hold anything from a small screwdriver to a flashlight to a knife and anything else along that size. Hidden behind the front panel though is a second panel that you can use to hide some spare cash and maybe a calling card or gas card or credit card. When the APU-1 is mounted it looks like its just a flat panel. But to those that know, there is a second panel behind it.
• 5.5" x 7"
• Made with 1000 Denier Nylon
• High Density closed cell foam
• 2 inch Nylon elastic webbing
• Hook and Loop closure
• Attaches using (4) USA made snaps
• Hand made in Los Angeles, CA, USA
* Tools shown are NOT included, photographed for examples only.
MADE IN USA
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Simple idea made my life easier. I got some organization to all that crap I keep in my upper and lower center console. Now I don't have to dig through power cords, pens, checkbook sunglasses, receipts to find some change for the meter. Turns that unused air space into something practical.