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cheap visor extender
About Me Budget Shopper
Comments about Extend A Visor™:
The way it attaches to the visor is with the plastic ties normally used to secure boxes by retailers when they ship boxes. Once you figure out how to attach them its very hard to tighten it. The extender part is long enough but not low enough. The piece that pull down to block the sun falls down on its own occasionally.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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No easy extender
By C Shopper
About Me Midrange Shopper
Returned item. Could not pull the side "extender" either to the right or left.Very disappointed
from Chico, CA
I had hoped to use this in my car after having this feature in a rental car visor. Found that my visor was about 1/3 shorter. That made the use of this product impossible as the slide-out on either side ran into either the rear-view mirror post or the side of the car. I was very disappointed. My car is 12 years old and the rental car was a 2015. Don't know if all new car visors have this feature or what car this product will fit.
Not as easy as pictured!!
from Clayton, NC
No, I don't like this as much as I thought I would.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
from south florida
If plastic visor was made clearer and longer, it might have worked out.
I like it.
By Ann on-the-go
from Sulphur Springs, Texas
I am ordering another one for the passenger's usage. I travel by car a lot and have used this item on numerous occasions. Personally, I have never had it interfere with my vision, just save me from the horrible glare of a setting or rising sun when I cannot see at all otherwise. The slide works great but one can adjust distance or it may interfere with mirror. I just rely on my sideview mirrors at such a time, better to have blinding sun blocked. Best solution I have found thus far!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Extend A Visor
By Aunt Grandma
from North Carolina
Comes with plastic strips to install and they won't tighten up and/or stay that way. It is very cheaply made. The piece that slides out to block the sun behind the rearview mirror just blocks the mirror and if not careful slides out, there is nothing to stop it.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
from Greenville, NC
About Me Casual Driver
I think the product would have been great if it would have fit my car.
from Tulsa, OK
This is a terrible product. I used it on a car trip, and it was like looking through a funhouse window--everything was warped. I could not use it for more than a few minutes at a time since it distorted my perspective. And the piece that slides out horizontally slid right over my rearview mirror! The piece that slides down does not stay back up, especially if the horizontal piece is out. Very cheaply made, too. And those straps! Difficult to install. Why not just have clips? This product should not even be on the market!
(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
from Willard, MO
About Me Daily Commute
My daily commute is East in the am and West in the pm. The visor helps when the sun is shining directly in my eyes. However, the construction is somewhat flimsy, the sun shade shakes when the highway is not smooth and I have to place my finger on the shade to keep it from distorting my view. I also found the visor difficult to install. The nylon straps were hard to manipulate. An upgrade of the installation process would be preferred.