If you have kids, your car will become a storage zone and massive mess. It's impossible to go out with kids without taking a few toys, snacks, drinks, etc. Those things inevitably get dropped and spilled. They roll under the seats. They get stuck in carseats. Even if you don't have kids, if you are in your car for long periods of time, you will inevitably drop something. You'll tell yourself that you will remember to pick it up when you get back home, but something else will probably distract you from remembering. Well what about the stuff that is actually supposed to be in your car? Where do you put those things and keep them from getting messed up with the other stuff that is brought in during every trip? What you need is a place to put the things that are actually meant to be in the vehicle that keeps it away from bottomless pit called the floor.
The Backseat organizer has two large pockets (one with a velcro flap cover), two medium pockets, two medium mesh pockets, and ten small mesh pockets. It attaches to the seat with two straps that have plastic clips which can be adjusted in tightness to fit your seat. Finally, there's a single strap on the top left side that has a snap button. You can hang something from this strap that you might be able to reach from the front seat. The visor protector has two mesh pockets and two elastic loops that you can slide pens into. You can use this backseat organizer as a seat back protector if you leave it empty. It holds quite a bit of stuff, but the best way for you to understand that is to see it. So I took a bunch of pictures to show you how it attaches to seat and how many blocks I can fit in it. I used blocks because I had a bag of 100 and wanted to see exactly how many would fit.
The Visor Protector is something I've never really had before having this one. I can see where it is useful. Unfortunately both of my visors have mirrors, so now my passenger mirror is unusable. That aside, the elastic straps slide onto the visor easily and hold it very snug. I can easily put a couple pieces of paper into the one big pouch. I think I might actually try to find the instructions books for my kids car seats to store in it. I can put pens in it which be a life saver when running to the grocery store with three kids (I tend to forget a pen).