|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||37.2 x 4 x 3.9 inches|
|Item model number||1192HondaFit|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1192HondaFit|
|Vehicle Service Type||2009-2014 Honda Fit|
Sunshade for HONDA FIT 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Heatshield Windshield Custom-fit Sunshade #1192
|Price:||$39.95 + $8.99 shipping|
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- Custom-fit sunshade - MADE IN USA!! Endorsed by the Car Pro, Jerry Reynolds who only endorses Heatshield sunshades by Protrim Inc
- Rolls up with a velcro tie when not in use
- Comes with a Heatshield Logo so you know you are receiving a genuine "Heatshield Product"
- Special metalized polyester film-laminated to a thin layer of closed-cell foam, with clear polyester film back. Then sewn around the edge with cloth binding plus Velcro strap for storage.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: HeatShield - Advanced Windshield Reflector HeatShield is an automotive windshield reflector, "sun shade," or "sun visor," custom designed to fit the shape of each car model's windshield. The HeatShield material is simple and unique. A special metallized polyester film, laminated to a thin layer of closed-cell foam, with a clear polyester film back. HeatShields are custom cut using the latest in computer-aided cutting technology. Then they are sewn around the edge with a cloth binding. So HeatShields are reflective, insulating and custom fit for every car. INSTALLATION HeatShield installation is easy and quick. Lay the Heat Shield across the dash. Lift up to the windshield. Drop the sunvisors for support HeatShield is stiff enough to be supported by the sunvisors alone, but it is flexible enough to be bent around the mirror. Once installed, HeatShield will reduce the interior temperature at the dashboard by as much as 40 deg. F. (25 deg. C.) HeatShields are simple to use, but they are just as easy to store! PRODUCT STORAGE When not in use, store your HeatShield like this: Lift sunvisors and pull HeatShield down. Roll up from end to end. Wrap the attached Velcro strap
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The size can make it a LITTLE unwieldy, but I don't see any way around this. You want it large enough and stiff enough to do its job. Install and remove it a few times and you'll figure it out.
And it does what it's meant to - keep the car significantly cooler, which makes the car more comfortable to come back to, and as a bonus, lets the A/C work more efficiently and cool the car down more quickly. And not just due to the reduced air temps. The continent of a black plastic dashboard on this car usually just soaks up those rays and radiates the heat back into the cabin, rendering the A/C nearly as effective at cooling as a hair dryer in the Sahara. This sunshade effectively prevents that problem.
Definitely worth the price.
Putting it up and taking it down isn't too bad, I don't even need to get out of the car.
Putting it in: While it's still wrapped up, start at the right end of the windshield (since that's the side that has the velcro tie), hold that end there and unroll it left all the way across the windshield, then tuck it behind the rearview mirror and hold it in place with the visors on both sides.
Taking it down: Lift the visors, untuck it from the rearview mirror, then, with it still in the window, start at the left and roll it up (tight!) until you get to the right. Wrap the velcro strap and you can throw it in the back. It's super lightweight, by the way.
I will say that it's bulky to store; I can just toss it in the back seat, but for those of you with kids or similar reasons to need the back seat on a daily basis, you'll probably have to stash it in the trunk (or maybe in the passenger seat footwell).
If there is any significant room for improvement, it's that they could lengthen the velcro strip to close the thing by about 6-8", and decrease frustration by a large amount. Unless you get a good tight roll, you'll be struggling to close it. I got the hang of it eventually, but it's more of a pain than it needs to be.