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I was surprised at the quality of this cargo net. I've wanted one of these for a long time but the Subaru dealership wanted something like $100 for it. I couldn't justify that but figured I could justify the <$10 price this thing costs. If it sucked I figured I could just use it for random loose items and bags. Not only does it hold up to heavier objects, it even holds fairly top-heavy grocery bags in place without any issues or concerns about it toppling! I am so relieved to not hear stuff sliding around the back of my Subaru Forester anymore. A great product. The only real concern is the longevity of its life. I don't know that it is super durable quite yet but I will try to update this review in 6-12mo with an update.
This net is a life saver. Our family of 5, including three hildren 5 and under, packed our Honda Odyssey to the max on a long road trip. This net held all the odds and ends from falling out when we opened the back hatch. I even use it on an every day basis, and instead of stretching the net vertically along the door I have it horizontally to make a shelf for lightweight items. It's great for keeping bread and soft items from getting squished on grocery runs. I cannot speak to how well the connectors work, as my van already had hooks, but they seemed sturdy.
This net is the right size and material for securing loose items or bulky items in the back of your SUV (or trunk for a sedan). It is of moderate size which was perfect for my Jeep 2dr Wrangler (photo attached). You will want this to protect the vehicle occupants from flying objects in the event of an accident as I had happen in a rollover accident. I recommend you use the included climbing hooks for a key organizer and replace them with much more substantial climbing hooks. I also recommend that you use enough hooks to attach to every attachment point where you mount the net.
As noted, this is the perfect size for a Honda HR-V. You an hook it on the floor hooks closest to the hatch and the ones closest to the rear seats to trap things against the floor or you can hook it on the back seat latches if it is taller. We also use them as a hammock on the rear seat latches to carry small things we don't want rolling around that aren't as easy to trap, like apples, oranges, bottles of water.
Very nice cargo net. I used it on a larger curt cargo 60 inch carrier. It stretched perfectly for my load, not covering the entire carrier but just enough for what I carry fishing. I used the little carbiners and they worked fine. I drove to port aransas 4 hours, fished for 5 days, and returned. We carried luggage cart, fishing buckets, sand spikes, metal spikes, coolers and bags of clothes. No rips, no concerns of coming loose. I had a back up tie down strap. Good quality.
Got this to help haul groceries in the back of our OB Touring XT. Fits perfectly and the hooks go into the side wall mounting points. Good height and keeps groceries in place. Packs down to almost nothing so it stays in the back and deployed only when needed.