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Hd Vision is a transparent sun visor with a high definition lens that can be used in any vehicle. Besides blocking the glare from the sun during the day, and protecting your eyes from potentially harmful UV rays, it will also block out headlight glare during the daytime and the nighttime. Each visor can be clipped to your car's existing visor in seconds, and when you're not using it, you can quickly fold it up and out of the way. All of these visors have two lenses: a darker orange one for use during the day, and a lighter yellow one that will actually brighten your vision at night.

The Claim

When you use the Hd Vision visor, you'll be able to reduce the amount of glare in your eyes at any time without blocking your view of the road. Unlike the thick, solid visors that come pre-installed in most vehicles, using Hd Vision will enable you to see other vehicles, traffic signals, and obstacles such as children in the street with great clarity. The visor's high-definition lens will actually provide you with an enhanced view, in comparison to what you'd get with sunglasses, prescription glasses, or your eyes on their own. If you live in an area where it snows in the winter, it'll even diminish the amount of glare that often emanates from the snow for you.

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The cost of Hd Vision is $9.99 plus $5.99 shipping, for a total price of $15.98.
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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Clip on

    Use the attached clip, which resembles a bobby pin, to clip your Hd Vision visor to your vehicle's existing visor.

  2. Select Lens

    If you're going to be driving at night, flip down the darker orange lens, but for daytime use, flip that lens up so that only the lighter yellow lens is down.

  3. Flip up

    Once you're done using your visor for the time being, simply flip both lenses upward so that they won't be in your way.

Features

  • High-definition Lens

    Since this visor has a high-definition lens, it'll be able to make everything on and around the road appear crisper and clearer as you drive during the day or night. With this enhanced level of crispness and clarity, you'll be unlikely to miss an obstacle, lose track of where you're going, or make any other driving mistakes.

  • Two Lenses

    Hd Vision has two lenses, including a daytime lens, which will make everything a bit darker for you on a bright, sunny day, and a nighttime one, which'll make everything a bit brighter at night. The daytime lens is light yellow, while the nighttime lens is a darker orange shade.

  • Portable

    This visor only takes seconds to clip onto the existing visor in any vehicle, so if you have more than one vehicle, you'll be able to quickly transfer one visor between them.

Alternatives

  • Standard Visor

    Your vehicle's standard, pre-installed visor will be able to block glare as you drive, but it'll also block part of your field of vision. That means you'll have to move your head and neck to attempt to see everything in front of you, or run the risk of getting into an accident. With this type of visor down, your ability to see may be even worse than it would be if you were to put up with the glare.

  • Sunglasses

    Sunglasses will block glare during the daytime, but if you lose them or forget them at home, and can't quickly get your hands on a replacement, you'll be out of luck. Fortunately, if you install the Hd Vision visor, the visor will act as a pair of sunglasses that's built directly into your vehicle. Plus, due to its nighttime lens, you can use the visor at night, while the lenses of sunglasses are too dark for safe nighttime driving.

  • Clip-ons

    If you wear prescription glasses, you may use clip-on sunglasses that you attach to your lenses. However, while these will block daytime glare, they can be lost or forgotten like sunglasses, and are also unsafe to use at night. Furthermore, they don't always look attractive, so if you're into appearing trendy, they may not be the best choice for you.

  • Squinting

    You can forego any visors or sunglasses and just squint through the glare, but this will be annoying for you and won't be good for your eyes. Besides tiring them out for the rest of the day, squinting may even cause long-term damage, reducing the number of years that you'll have with good vision.

Positive Points

  • May Increase Confidence

    Once you install Hd Vision and find out that you can see much more clearly while driving, you may become a more confident driver, especially if you often get nervous about nighttime driving.

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