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Gizmo's that sounded like a good idea but turned out to be Naf
How so ?
I could not get use to the button working opposite to the normal hand break
It would have a tendency to work itself forward, which meant every know and then when you pressed the button it did nothing, causing a moment of panic in traffic as you tried to wiggle it back in place
Tightening did not help a lot
Mine was already fitted when I bought our van
I took it off when the van needed an MOT (Didn't want to confuse the tester) this made me realise It was not needed by me, and not having it fitted was simpler
I looked at it at the Peterborough Show thai year as I thought it may help SWMBO who has short arms. I then considered £50 for something that causes you to operate the handbrake in a fashion that is opposite to standard thinking was too much.
Also considered that it is a £50 gizmo that costs about £2 to manufacture in a Chinese sweatshop. Somebody has certainly built in a massive margin.
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