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posted 3 months ago by
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https://www.amazon.com/Car-Window-Shade-Baby-Universal/dp/B01E3Z...

$16.59 less 5.60 (34%) with coupon code QRJMMZVF

  • SPF 30+ EQUIVALENT PROTECTION - Protect your loved ones in their car seats and booster seats by applying these sun shades to the rear side doors of the car. This cuts sun glare, reduces heat, and prevents your children from getting burned or overheated.
  • INCREDIBLY EASY TO INSTALL - The flexible, stretchy mesh just pulls down over the open car door. Fits almost every car to a maximum of 46.8 inches by 23.6 inches.
  • YOU CAN STILL ROLL DOWN THE WINDOWS - The mesh is breathable, and because it's on the exterior of the door frame, you can still roll down the windows and enjoy a nice breeze from outside while staying protected from the sun. Stick on tinting can't do that!
  • SATISFACTION GUARANTEE! - Durable and high quality material with Duel Stitch technology, easy to use. Buy a set today before it gets any hotter out there!
  • MORE PROTECTION AND PRIVACY FOR YOUR BACK SEAT PASSENGERS!

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Pretty cool item.  Thanks, OP.  This would be great for my daughter's SUV to protect her 6 month old son from the sun.

Just bought a 2016 Toyota Highlander Limited and it comes with built in sun shades for the rear passenger doors. I had never seen something like that before.

 

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Can you see thru for safety/blind spot...

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All the reviews were freebies.

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Interesting concept, but most won't fit as well as the pics shown on that BMW - perfect tautness and fit. Check out the reviewer's pics - there's sagging and loose fit. I'll pass but could work for some.

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Johnnyma45 said:   Interesting concept, but most won't fit as well as the pics shown on that BMW - perfect tautness and fit. Check out the reviewer's pics - there's sagging and loose fit. I'll pass but could work for some.
  A nip and a tuck with some elastic thread would probably do wonders.

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drew2money said:   All the reviews were freebies.
  Three of the first four were verified purchases and rated it 5 stars

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bobbybore said:   
drew2money said:   All the reviews were freebies.
  Three of the first four were verified purchases and rated it 5 stars

  
And ?  So they got it free with code.   Also just happens to be the only product they "reviewed". 

Just another paid to review/post product. 

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respdoc said:   
bobbybore said:   
drew2money said:   All the reviews were freebies.
  Three of the first four were verified purchases and rated it 5 stars

  
And ?  So they got it free with code.   Also just happens to be the only product they "reviewed". 

Just another paid to review/post product. 

 Wow, Amazon reviews have a real problem.  Thanks

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needhelpplease said:   Can you see thru for safety/blind spot...
  
looking at the pictures, it doesn't block the light 100%.  Look like it allow about 20% of the light to pass.

Also for blind spot, you need to set your rear mirrors correctly.

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