Fallout Pip-Boy Seat Cover
ThinkGeek Inc.

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The touchscreen dashboard computers inside our cars are getting pretty slick these days, but Read More
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The touchscreen dashboard computers inside our cars are getting pretty slick these days, but they still don't compare to the features offered in a Pip-Boy. Car computers still lack the ability to administer stimpacks, dispense Nuka-Cola, equip our weapons and armor, or show an inventory of all the junk we're carrying around. But maybe that's for the best - without VATS and the ability to stop or slow down time, we probably shouldn't be accessing any of that while driving.But we can still turn your car into a Pip-Boy, in a manner of speaking, with this Fallout Pip-Boy seat cover featuring Vault Boy! He's giving the thumbs up (he must really approve of your driving style!) in monochrome green on black, with interlacing lines just like on the screen of a real Pip-Boy. With holes for your headrest and elastic bands on the side for adjustment, it will fit over the bucket seat of most any standard automobile. We haven't tested it on Vertibird cockpit seats though, so if you do, please let us know how well it fits. And how you got a Vertibird.

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