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Re: best sunshade?

As per usual great info here folks. My wife bought me a generic sunshade she thought would work. She did her best in the purchase, but didn't have this great board to look at. We both agreed that it (the shade) didn't fit very well, so I'm looking forward to trying some of these option.

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Re: best sunshade?

I bought the Intro Tech BM-71-P on Amazon, presently there for $39.95. A very reasonably priced unit that fits great. The only thing possibly negative is that it is about three feet long but it has to be as the windshield is so large. Go for it, you won't be disappointed. ... 476&sr=8-1
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Re: best sunshade?

MKH wrote: Sat Jul 25, 2020 8:07 am ... 5080!US!-1


Note: It comes plain - I added the logo to it.
I just purchased this shade too from eBay and it fits pretty well. There's a bit of a larger gap where the mirror is, but nothing too bad. Seemed like one of the less expensive options so I am happy.
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Re: best sunshade?

If you want to have sunshades that would last longer and protect the passengers from UV rays properly, then I recommend you choose custom-made sunshades.
They are built using much better materials and fit the windows perfectly. They create a nice shadow in the car and help the passengers feel better. I got mine from, and I have used them for more than 2 years now. These are the best sunshades I had, and I am satisfied with the quality and the price.
Sometimes it’s better to choose a slightly more expensive option and have a better product in change.

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