Our Sidekick range of shopping holders built for rubber liners use our patent pending design and STAYHOLD® grip teeth to sit under your goods and stop them from moving around. Used individually or in multiples to secure loads of any size and reposition quickly and easily with our ergonomic handles and lightweight body.
Our custom designed and unique grip teeth and 3D support structure provides exceptional support for your shopping and other items when used on rubber liners. Our Sidekick range also work effectively on carpet using the same grip teeth and cargo platform method, however we recommend our Metro range with VELCRO® Brand hooks for carpet usage. If you regularly switch between carpet and liner our Sidekick range has you covered.
Available in 2 sizes and stackable our Sidekick shopping holders for rubber liner are unlike anything else available and we are confident that once you start using them on your rubber liner you won’t go back.
Made from durable and flexible polymer we have engineered our products to be long lasting and resist breakages so they don’t become another piece of plastic on the pile.
Hält Ladegut sehr gut zurück. Einfache Anwendung, sicherer Halt im Kofferraum. Bei größeren Ladungen braucht man aber 2-3 Stück.
Practico. me gusta que sostiene cosas pesadas y no estan rodando de un lado a otro, y sostienen bien las cosas.
Very Useful! A must have in one trunk.
Strong and Durable. Excellent, robust product for assisting with storage solutions in the boot of your car.
Keeps items from rolling around. LOVE these in the back of my vehicle!! They hold grocery bags and anything else that is loose in the back!
I have a Husky Weatherbeater trunk liner in my car and was looking for a way to stop my stuff from sliding around. I eventually found Stayhold and picked this version over the one with velcro on the bottom because the velcro wouldn't work on the rubber trunk liner. On the underside of the organizers are plastic teeth that are about 3mm tall.
This version with the teeth probably works fine with carpeted trunks but is intended specifically for rubber trunk liners. The weight of whatever you put on the organizer together with the teeth on the bottom of the organizer create the necessary friction to resist movement. However, for the Husky liner the teeth are too shallow and won't get good traction on the liner. The organizer holds in slower speeds but doesn't hold in turns that I wouldn't consider to be sharp. This is probably also due to the Husky liner having ridges which creates gaps where the organizer's teeth wouldn't be contacting the liner.
On the subject of staying in place, one thing to note is that the effectiveness of this organizer will depend on the weight of whatever you put on it because it doesn't have it's own way to adhere to the trunk floor, as opposed to the velcro organizer. If you put something light on top of the organizer, such as a book or small bag of groceries, the organizer will likely slide around, compared to the velcro organizer, which would stay in position because it would be adhered to the carpet in the trunk by its velcro strips.
I understand that the manufacturer needed to balance the tooth size with the likelihood that the teeth would tear through a rubber liner, but this means that the organizer is not actually compatible with all rubber trunk liners. The manufacturer may want to determine compatibility on a case-by-case basis and have a list of compatible liners or produce organizers with different types/sizes of teeth for different brands of liners.
Even though this organizer isn't compatible with all trunk liners, the price is reasonable for what you get. If this ends up working with your trunk liner, it seems that it will perform as advertised and hold your items provided there is enough weight on the organizer. I ended up returning my organizer, but you also need to consider the long-term wear on a trunk/trunk liner from the teeth. Although the teeth didn't immediately tear up my liner, I noticed marks from the organizer sliding around that could gradually wear on the liner over a longer period of time.
Good buy to help things in trunk to stay put!
Works really well! Love these, they're definitely worth buying.
I Like them! These aren't magic, and they aren't going to work well if you're a crazy driver.. but they work fine for me!
We have them on the trunk of our car and they're keeping everything in place without issue! Very happy with my purchase.
If your trunk carpeting doesn’t take to Velcro. I originally tried the model that had the hook and latch strips but the carpet in my trunk wouldn’t anchor those. These however use the weight of my briefcase or shopping or whatever to push small nibs into the carpet anchoring it securely without any marring of the carpet itself. Love these!
This does NOT work if you have a weather tech liner in the back of your SUV. Bought the ones that have the tiny spikes on the bottom to be used w/ grid style (not carpeted) liner. Doesn’t grip. Slides around.
Can be useful. Not as sturdy as I thought. It doesn’t grip as expected.
Brilliant. put bag og bottles in boot would normaly worry about spillage ,after journey everything still standing brilliant product