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Sun Stop Visor

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The Sun Stop Visor has been made to fit between the existing visors in the front of your car so it can block any glare that's coming through the upper middle section of your windshield. This dark gray, rectangular visor has been designed to attach itself to the center mirror of almost any vehicle and rest between the visor on the driver's side and the one on the passenger's side. By having the visor rest in this position, the aim is to block any glare from the sun that can get past the other two visors.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Sun Stop Visor is $19.95 plus $4.95 shipping for a total price of $24.90.

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Attach Visor to Mirror

    To install your Sun Stop Visor in your vehicle, regardless of whether you have a car, truck, SUV, van, or RV, first make sure that the small slit in the visor is facing upward. Following that, slide the slit around the stem of your vehicle's center mirror in order to attach it securely to that mirror. To adjust its level, you can move it upward or downward a bit, as long as the slit is still wrapped around the mirror's stem.

  2. Drive With Three Visors

    With this visor installed, simply pull down the other two visors in the front area of your car, including the one above the driver's seat and the one above the passenger seat. This will give you a barrier of sorts that will block out almost any glimmer of sun that could otherwise get through the upper part of your windshield and interfere with your vision. However, since the barrier will only be covering the uppermost part of your windshield, you'll still be able to see the road in front of you clearly.

  3. Remove Visor (optional)

    When you're done driving with this particular visor, you can slide it off the stem of your center mirror by gently pulling it downward. If you'd like, you can wipe it off with soap and water, and when it's not being used as a visor, it can be used to fill a narrow gap between seats. Alternatively, you could choose to leave the visor hanging from your center mirror until you need to use it again.

Features

  • Dark Gray

    This visor comes in a shade of dark gray, which is dark enough to block out virtually any type of light that may try to shine through it. Plus, since the left and right visors in most vehicles are also gray, this visor's appearance will likely match that of the others in your personal vehicle.

  • Versatile

    To use this visor effectively, you don't have to have a vehicle of a certain make or model, and you don't even have to have a car of a traditional shape and size. This visor is compatible with the vast majority of vans, SUVs, trucks, and RVs, so if you've got multiple vehicles, you'll most likely be able to use the same visor within all of them. Since the device is made of foam, the visor's center slit is flexible enough to accommodate the stems of center mirrors that are bulkier or narrower than the average model.

  • High-Quality Foam

    On a related note, the flexible foam that each Sun Stop Visor is made of is of a high quality, which means it'll be unlikely to rip, develop a hole, or otherwise get damaged. Even if you bend and flex yours on a regular basis to target slightly different areas where the sun's rays are seeping into your vehicle, it may last you for several years.

  • Quick Cleaning Process

    If your visor happens to get covered in dust, bits of food, or any other type of dirt that might be present in your car, you'll be able to quickly clean it. Just wet a cloth and add a bit of the soap of your choice, and wipe down each side of the visor until the dirt is gone. Unless the visor is incredibly filthy, this job should take you no more than 10 seconds. After you're done, it's best to dry it with a different cloth before hanging it back up in its original position.

Positive Points

  • Limits Need for Sunglasses

    Those drivers who already wear prescription glasses or just don't like driving with sunglasses on may find some relief from the glaring sun by using the Sun Stop Visor. Working together, all three of your visors will act as a pair of sunglasses for you, so you won't have to worry about bringing along a pair of prescription or non-prescription shades when you drive.

  • Ideal for New Drivers

    Even more than experienced drivers, new drivers can be distracted by the sun's rays, which can block their view and cause them to have major or minor accidents. For that reason, if you're a new driver or you know someone who is, it's best to invest in a Sun Stop Visor. Since the visor blocks the sun but not the road ahead, it could stop any novice driver (and whoever's teaching them in the passenger seat) from missing a potentially dangerous obstacle.

  • Shields Passengers From Sun

    On a hot, sunny day, passengers can be bothered by the sun's glaring rays almost as much as the driver of a vehicle can—especially if those passengers are kids. Fortunately, if you attach one of these glare-blocking visors to your center mirror, you'll block annoying bits of glare from reaching the people in your backseat, too. This can allow people to read or use their phones more comfortably, along with possibly stopping babies from crying and little kids with headaches from fussing unnecessarily.

  • Mitigates Long-term Eye Strain

    People who take long drives without any sort of eye protection and expose themselves to strong rays of sun through their windshields will typically squint to help themselves see more clearly. Unfortunately, however, this type of squinting can lead to eye strain that could permanently damage the eyes over a number of years. To help yourself stay away from this risk, using your Sun Stop Visor on any sunny day so that you're less prone to squinting can be a workable solution.

Tips & Tricks

  1. Block Areas Between Seats

    If there's a crack between any two seats in your car through which small items are frequently falling, this type of visor is small enough to be used to block the gap. When you're not using your visor, it can be gently slid between two seats that normally have a gap of an inch or so between them. With the visor blocking the gap, you may no longer find yourself rooting between the seats for objects like your smartphone, pens, or a slim book.

  2. Hang Between Cam and Mirror

    Sun Stop Visor users who have a dashcam attached to the center of their windshield will still be able to effectively use the visor. If this applies to you, hang the visor from the stem of your center mirror as one usually would, but make sure the visor is positioned between the mirror and the dash camera.

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Do not buy Sun Stop Visor online before searching Amazon.
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Wise Advice

Do not buy Sun Stop Visor online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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