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Old 09-08-13, 11:28 AM
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Thinking about picking up a set of these:

2pc Lexus Car Rest Cushion Headrest Pillow Mat Pad Neck Holder Brace 3 Colors

Before I plunk down the cash for them though I want to make sure they won't look too tacky

Anyone have them?

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Old 09-08-13, 12:10 PM
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I personally wouldn't buy them, but it's all up to you! Do you man!
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Who rests their head while driving?
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Old 09-08-13, 11:56 PM
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agreed, my head is never against the back of the headrest when driving. imo it would look tacky
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Originally Posted by Jlesz View Post
agreed, my head is never against the back of the headrest when driving. imo it would look tacky
I think they're used for passengers not driver, but yea they're tacky :-(

Nothing bugs me more than lose objects bouncing around the car cabin when I make turns.
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Backseat maybe. Front seat a definite no. Tacky was used by several previous posters. I agree.
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I do kinda tend to agree with you guys...

I drive about 100 miles a day.. and lately I have been at the office for anywhere between 10 and 15 hours a day... more and more I find myself laying my head back on the way home!

Was just looking for something that wouldn't look ridiculous that would make up for the not so comfortable head rest!

Though I suppose even though it's called a "headrest" it's really more of a safety device in the event of an accident... so I digress
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i DO like head rests. i have a pair of by junction produce and they
are indeed comfortable to me. (although many of my passengers did not like them)

i dont like these though. theyre over priced chinese p.o.s. with a lexus symbol on them.
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I use to have junction produce in my 2IS and im thinking about buying them again for my 3IS....dont know if i like this style too much.
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Originally Posted by ProperD View Post
i DO like head rests. i have a pair of by junction produce and they
are indeed comfortable to me. (although many of my passengers did not like them)

i dont like these though. theyre over priced chinese p.o.s. with a lexus symbol on them.
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I use to have junction produce in my 2IS and im thinking about buying them again for my 3IS....dont know if i like this style too much.
I agree, I also prefer the junction produce neck pillows
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Originally Posted by JimmyS72 View Post
I do kinda tend to agree with you guys...

I drive about 100 miles a day.. and lately I have been at the office for anywhere between 10 and 15 hours a day... more and more I find myself laying my head back on the way home!

Was just looking for something that wouldn't look ridiculous that would make up for the not so comfortable head rest!

Though I suppose even though it's called a "headrest" it's really more of a safety device in the event of an accident... so I digress
If you need a pillow to feel better during your commute, then get a comfy one, these don't look very comfortable to me.
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