Picture this: You’re taking a rather long flight to Timbuktu. You’ve finally gotten through all of the airport protocol and managed to cram yourself into the less spacious seat than that of your grade school bus. It ain’t comfy, but you can handle this, you think to yourself.
More air travel protocol ensues and finally the fasten seat belt sign turns off… and the seat in front of you, to your astonishment if not fury, tilts back, compressing your knee caps like a trash compacter does to a pop can.
One solution to this is the Knee Defender. It locks onto the tray table in front of you and prevents the seat in front of you from reclining. DIY versions of this include jamming in a pop bottle or using zip ties.
The Knee Defender is no doubt a controversial device. Would you use it? Let’s do a survey! What would you do if you found yourself in the above scenario?