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Bell Automotive 22-1-00416-8 Visor Super Shield

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  • Easily mounts to visor
  • Reduces sun glare
  • Prevents eye strain
  • Clips for installation included
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandBell Automotive
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions7 x 15 x 1 inches
Item model number22-1-00416-8
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Manufacturer Part NumberCO416
  
Additional Information
ASINB000FW61SI
Best Sellers Rank #880 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableDecember 9, 2005
  
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Product Description

Distortion free, smoke tinted visor. Reduces road glare for sun and snow. Fits all visors.

Customer Reviews

Probably works fine for it's intended purpose, a bit of distortion and not dark as you would expect.
Kris
Upon installing the visor, I noticed that there was some blurring when looking through it and it was not dark enough to shield the sun from my eyes.
Dennis
The hinges do not hold it in place against gravity, they just allow the visor to flop and droop straight down.
Machgman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

134 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Mike Stewart on December 13, 2010
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I've seen happy reviews and angry reviews, so I hope to offer a middle of the road review.

I purchased this about a month ago. Upon receiving it, I opened it up and inspected the visor. It was free of defects, and the "hinges" (hardened molded plastic placed tightly against other molded plastic) worked well and stayed in the position I placed it in.

My usage and reason for purchase it related to my work. I deliver pizza's, so I spend a lot more time in my vehicle than most people on a simple commute to and from work (I have a half hour commute myself - one-way). I drive during the afternoon and evening hours, so not only can I benefit from this during the sunset potion of the day (when the sun is beaming in underneath my sunvisor), but during the evening hours as well. Mostly, it was the inconsiderations of other drivers who don't not turn off their brights (hi-beams) coming towards me at night that "drove" me (pardon the punn) to get this.

Installation was simple enough, as the clips were more than large enough to fit around my visor. I drive a Mercury Sable which has a decent amount of padding in the visors. I mounted mine to the bottom of my visor in the storage (up) postion. I attached the clips to the hinging side of the visor so that the Bell frame rested flat against the bottom side of my current visor. The clips were spaced far enough apart to fit around the mirror on my factory visor (roughly 4 inches wide).

During use, I would flip the visor down (from the edge as to not have my fingerprints all over the visual area) and adjust the angle away from me (towards the windsheild) according to my needs.

There is a distorted visual impairment from the visor.
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Richard on May 17, 2009
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Very well engineered, fits on visor well, stays there, flips down easily, and gets out of the the way. Sadly, the blue color IS NOT the right color for the intense bright sunlight of the Rocky Mountains. This unit would be a world beater if it were poloraized or brown-tone, but blue just picks up all of the wrong light frequencies up here. Too bad because this is an otherwise neatly done product. Change the color of the plastic and you will have a winner!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Metallurgist TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 10, 2013
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Many have rated this item as being totally useless, but I feel that it is a bit better than that, and given its low cost somewhat useful. The shield did clip onto my visor and does shade the sun somewhat when modified as described below, while still conforming to the requirement that one be able to see through it. It is also one of the least expensive of the sunshades that are on the market, all of which, to some degree or another, suffer from the deficiencies listed below.

Problems -
· State law requires that the windshield not be obstructed; so all sunshades of this type merely reduce the glare of the sun a bit, rather than eliminating it altogether. This shade was colored light brown and was similar to brownish colored sunglasses (as opposed the the smoky grey shown in the illustration). Like all sunglasses it is not dark enough to enable you to look directly into the sun, which requires a very dark filter that renders one almost blind when not looking at the sun. I was able to darken this shade a bit by covering it with a sun-blocking filter in the form of a thin plastic material that is made for this purpose. This reduced the sun's intensity by about half. This worked better than just using the film alone because I could pull down the shade (with the extra filter) when needed.

· The clips did hold the shield to the visor, but they are not spring loaded. The clips are just c-shaped pieces of plastic, with some inner serrations to allow it to grip to the visor. My visor was thick enough for it to hold, but if your visor is thinner they might not hold.

· While the clip holding the shield to the visor worked, the hinge that allowed the shield to be flipped into position allowed the shield to detach when pulled a little too hard.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By D. Lea VanderBoom on February 17, 2009
I recently purchased 2 visor sun guards. No instructions needed, they just slip on the car visor. They help with glare but do not help if the sun is directly in the window.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Machgman on July 20, 2009
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DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY on this worthless piece of junk. I regret that I did.

Why?

1. The hinges do not hold it in place against gravity, they just allow the visor to flop and droop straight down.
2. The visor cannot be made to hold tight and works loose from the existing car sun visor.
3. The material is substandard and not designed for the summer heat vehicles get.
4. The visor badly warps in temperatures over 95 degrees.
4. The quality is what you would expect from a 25 cent sale item at a dollar store.

Not recommended. Buy this at your own risk.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 17, 2009
I like it, but even though I have a padded cloth visor, it keeps sliding down. We even tried Velcro to no avail.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kavir on June 12, 2009
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Apart from barely being able to achieve its purpose (of blocking the sun glare etc), this thing broke while trying to unfold it into 'sunblocking' position. I do not recommend.
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