Armrest for Car (Nov, 1950)

What will those scientists think of next?

Armrest for Car
Easy-chair comfort for the car driver is provided by an adjustable armrest which hooks over the back of the front seat. The driving aid—a flexible metal bar with a sliding cushion—fits all cars. A small lever permits the foam-rubber cushion to be adjusted to the most comfortable height, then locked in place. The metal bar is covered with fabric to prevent damage to the car upholstery.

6 comments
  1. Vishnu says: December 10, 20072:30 pm

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    My name is Vishnu, a graduate student. I am doing my thesis on material selection for auto interiors to satisfy the human needs, their perception (touch, visual, smell and sound). We are focusing on Armrests, Steering Wheels, Seats, Instrument panels and control switches. In this regard I was wondering if you could provide some kind of help like providing some samples, give some details about, what the customers expect from their auto interior materials, their complaints, requirements about the materials used in Armrests, Steering Wheels, Seats, Instrument panels and control switches. I would appreciate any kind of help provided from you.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Vishnu Sarma

  2. albear says: February 20, 20088:20 am

    That’s fancy!

  3. Mar says: September 23, 20099:15 pm

    I want to buy an armrest just like this for my Toyota Camry. Where can I purchase one?

  4. icantsay says: January 26, 20102:49 pm

    is this patented?!

  5. Firebrand38 says: January 26, 20103:04 pm

    icantsay: Yeah, it is (or I should say was patented).

  6. Firebrand38 says: January 27, 20108:06 am

    icantsay: I see that what you can’t say is “Thanks”.

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