Safety 1st Baby on Board Sunshade - 2 pk
Safety 1st Baby on Board Sunshade Safety 1st Baby on Board Sunshade hangs on the car window nicely and interrupts sun rays from penetrating the window. It is durable and handy, and attaches and detaches easily. Features Dimensions: 21in length x 21in width x 0.25in height Weight: 0.31lb
- Attaches to the car window
- Protects children from harmful sun rays
Overall Product Rating
J's Mommie - Review from diapers.com
Super SatisfiedI have a small coupe with small, triangular shaped windows that needed to be tinted for my child's comfort. This product is suitable for trimming to better fit a different-shaped window. I also love that it adheres to the window, almost magnetically like a decal as opposed to with adhesive. It reduces the risk of a flying object striking the baby in the case of an accident. I did not have the "wrinkling" issue. Today I am buying a second set for my new car. I hope this info helps!
CA Mama - Review from diapers.com
Did the job, but looked awfulFor the price, these are great. It's basically window tint that you put on yourself. The major issue is that it comes with major creases. I tried getting rid of the with a hair drying, water and laying it between books-nothing helped. My husband installed the best he could. It's a little difficult to get out air bubbles when the tint won't lay flat!All in all, if you are looking for a short term fix, this is a great product to keep glare to a minimum. If you're looking something nicer, either buy a more substantial shade or install darker tint on your car.
first time mommy - Review from diapers.com
Great deal!These are great, especially for the price. I have lightly tinted windows, but the sunlight still was strong enough to bother my infant. I looked through the various options for sunshades, but didn't want any cartoon characters or other nonsense on my windows. These were plain and basic, and at the price, just what I needed! They do come all folded up and creased, but a hairdryer on low/medium setting quickly "irons" them out. Installation was a cinch...just use a clean window and a little patience. For larger cars, you may need to buy an extra set to cover the entire window, but it would be easy enough to cut them to whatever size you need. Great product for the price!
sheshtine - Review from diapers.com
good enoughI lease my car, so permanent tinting is not an option. The tint comes folded up pretty small, and when you open it up it's very wrinkled and difficult to adhere to the window. Take a spray bottle and fill it with a little soap and warm water, spray it onto the window, then apply the tint. Use a spatula to smooth out any wrinkles or air bubbles. It took about an hour to apply these perfectly to the window. They block out 90% of the sun, but because of the size of them, the 4 pm sun still peaks through and I have to use the shade on my son's car seat to protect his face. Good enough, but when my lease is up I'll be buying a car with real tint on the back windows!
Mom to Lane - Review from diapers.com
Cheap, for a reasonThese come out of the package w/deep wrinkles and the plastic is not elastic enough to get the creases out with your hand or by applying them to your windows. So, they look bunched up. Junk!!
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