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Securing A Portable Dvd Player To Headrest

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My better half has just purchased a portable DVD player for our 16 month old to indulge in during long journeys. What is the best method to secure it to the front headrest? It needs to be secure as the little fella has a tendency to swing his legs about a lot......any advice gratefully received.

(Its a Philips DCP951 if that helps)

TIA

Mark.

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You can get a DVD bag that duals as a holder, it pins the player against the seat head rest to avoid being kicked but they are easy to remove at the end of the journey.

The only thing I don't like is having to hear Pepper Pig around a thousand times biggrin.gif

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Hi

I have solved this problem

I had make toggle with 2 hole which I bend 60/70 degrees

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Sorry I forget to tell what I did with the dvdplayer

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My better half has just purchased a portable DVD player for our 16 month old to indulge in during long journeys. What is the best method to secure it to the front headrest? It needs to be secure as the little fella has a tendency to swing his legs about a lot......any advice gratefully received.

(Its a Philips DCP951 if that helps)

TIA

Mark.

You can choose the headrest DVD player color match your car's rear-seat color, If your rear seat is Beige,thinking the beige will be match

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