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...so below SD standards for 3rd party Amazon sellers: ie this post wouldn't be allowed but for being promoted by Paid SD Staff. Because SD rules don't apply to SD Staff...

Seller: KEYCEPTS LLC
has been posted numerous times by staff recently. likely a new affiliate arrangement.

Heads up, I think these are prohibited by most if not all major airlines. YMMV on enforcement of course
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Quote from sarcasmogratis :
37 reviews on item
...so below SD standards for 3rd party Amazon sellers: ie this post wouldn't be allowed but for being promoted by Paid SD Staff. Because SD rules don't apply to SD Staff...

Seller: KEYCEPTS LLC
has been posted numerous times by staff recently. likely a new affiliate arrangement.

Heads up, I think these are prohibited by most if not all major airlines. YMMV on enforcement of course
Yeah it seems it would be a pesky hindrance to the not blocking the aisles in airplanes rule.
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Quote from sarcasmogratis :
37 reviews on item
...so below SD standards for 3rd party Amazon sellers: ie this post wouldn't be allowed but for being promoted by Paid SD Staff. Because SD rules don't apply to SD Staff...

Seller: KEYCEPTS LLC
has been posted numerous times by staff recently. likely a new affiliate arrangement.

Heads up, I think these are prohibited by most if not all major airlines. YMMV on enforcement of course
Yeah. It'd be good if they can at least stick to published guidelines, and not make it blatantly pay-for-play.
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I don't understand the logic on the usefulness on this thing when flying commercial. Flying 1st class, probably the plane has more comfortable built-in footrest. If not 1st class, where do you have room to stretch your feet. I am not tall, barely enough knee room.
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So is this what people do when they're farking around with the back of my seat constantly?
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I don't understand the logic on the usefulness on this thing when flying commercial. Flying 1st class, probably the plane has more comfortable built-in footrest. If not 1st class, where do you have room to stretch your feet. I am not tall, barely enough knee room.
exactly. the pictures on amazon are a joke. they show people lounging with their feet out that have about 4 feet of space in between them and the next seat. ridiculous.
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