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Flimsy But Does The Job
About Me Auto Enthusiast
Comments about Extend A Visor™ - Set Of 2:
Wasn't hard to install but the biggest issue is that it's made of cheap, really flimsy plastic and not-really-optical-grade tinted shades (you might as well throw that part away, it's useless). So, as far as durability I really don't expect it to last long. Having said that, if your vehicle lacks the side flaps that extend from the visor to block the sun during the times when it always seems to manage to sneak in through that crack to make your commute miserable, these will help. Just be careful not to be too rough with them because they may very well fall apart on you.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Cheap flimsy plastic
Avoid, not a good product
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
from Reno, NV
About Me Casual Driver
The visor extender was a little difficult to install, but I managed it - with pliers to pull the straps through the little holes. However, it's very easy to use. It's been on my visor and used frequently for more than a year in extreme sun and cold, and it's holding up fine.
(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
from columbus, wi
great idea, I am super sensative to the sun glare and finally something is available for me, BUT seems everytime I use it, after a few miles, the shield falls out
(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
Good for short people
By Hummingbird lady
from Silver City, NM
Not too hard to install. Shade will fall into place if visor is down. The side visor is nice as it blocks the sun in the cracks between rearview mirror and between visor and window edge.Slides up and stays closed when visor is closed. Really helpful in areas where sun is so intense.