Prince Lionheart Travel Gear

Disclosure- I received the below in order to facilitate this review.  All opinions are my own and honest.

Having kids can be tough on your vehicle.  With sticky fingers and lost snacks, muddy feet and spilled milk, lost toys and cheerios- all will eventually be found (or not) in the cracks and crevices of your vehicle.  There are quite a few products available to help cub the ‘kidification’ of your vehicle.  Prince Lionheart has two which are particularly effective.

seat saver

First up we have the back seat organizer.  This organizer has pockets, clips, zippers, clasps, and pouches for just about everything.  This organizer installs to the back of the front seat with a few simple straps and can be put in, in minutes.  The organizer is also easy to remove so when spills do happen, clean up is a breeze.  One of the most interesting features of the organizer are the ‘distraction’ pouches.  These are opaque pouches on the upper left and right sides of the organizer meant to be grabbed and handed to your little ones to act as a distraction.  Traffic with a screaming child in the back can only be tolerated for so long before something must be done and a distraction can be all that is needed sometimes.  From a new toy, a snack, or a new book all could work and would fit in this special pocket.  Prince Lionheart calls it ‘sanity restore’, and for those who have been in the situation that is definitely the best way to describe it.

car seat saver

Up next we have the 2 Stage Seatsaver.  This simple device keeps your seats clean and protected while your backseat has car seats or boosters in it.  Stage 1 can be used alone for rear facing child seats or along with Stage 2 for forward facing seats and booster seats.  The Seatsaver is made of a high density foam which absorbs odd indents from car seats while also gripping them tight to make sure there is no slippage while moving around.  The bottom, Stage 1, of the Seatsaver is meant to keep the car seat where it belongs and also contain spills to the Seatsaver, not into the seats, cracks and crevices.  There is also a small portion of the Seatsaver that slips ove the edge of the seat to keep little feet from leaving little marks all over your seats.  Stage 2, the upper portion of the Seatsaver protects the back portion of the seat and attached to Stage 1 with Velcro, for east removal and cleaning.  The Seataver is meant to work with all car seats and boosters but it is suggested that car seats are installed by your local police department to ensure the highest level of seafety for those all important passengers in your vehicle.

car seat saver



  1. vickie couturier says:

    I have 11 grandchildren soon to be 13,,all of them but two are under the age of 6 so yes,this would be nice for me to have in my car

  2. Chelsea Nicole says:

    With 2 toddlers I could really use these. I need to go check these out. Thanks so much for sharing.

  3. Love the back seat organizer. Our car looks horrible right now. As soon as it warms up I can’t wait to clean it out and get it organized for the New Year

  4. Kristin Barclay says:

    We could totally use a seat organizer for both vehicles! I’m always looking for a place to store my sons cars so we have spare toys for long trips

  5. Our four kids are older now (13-20) but I definitely remember the days of sticky, messy carseats. My teens are still known to leave trash lying around in the car from time to time. That backseat organizer is pretty neat, for anyone, not just kids.

  6. We just got a new car – going from our big mini-van to a mid-size SUV. That now means the kids feet are closer to the front seats. that organizer is just what I need, keeps their toys/projects neatly stored and protects the seat from their shoes and all the dirt they track in!

  7. Colette @JamericanSpice says:

    Ooh I agree! Kids can break down a vehicle fast!!

    I try to keep things in there in an organized manner and it only works for a time before I go crazy. I LOVE LOVE this seat organizer and right up there to be used.

    Very very good review!

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