With it's easy sliding design, visormates helps keep side window sun out of your eyes so you can sit back and enjoy the ride.
Available in Beige, Gray or Black, this sun visor extender for your car is the easiest and most cost effiecient way to keep the sun out of your eyes when you standard visor doesn't do it. Visit us online at www.Visormates.com
What Customers are saying:
"I know sun visors are never quite long enough when put to a side window, but the visors in my Scion XB are so grossly inadequate it is offensive (they only cover about 1/3 of the window). Visormates solved the problem, they're the perfect solution and the sun is no longer in my face. Shipping was super fast." Date: August 25, 2009
Janice Opalinski: 08/20/09: I recently purchased a 2009 Chevrolet Traverse, and I have noticed that the installed visor on the driver’s side is not long enough to block out the sun when driving parallel to it. I am looking for something that will attach to the installed visor that allows me to extend it when needed and block out this extra 6-8”. I cannot determine from the pictures on your website if your product will accomplish that purpose. Do you have any additional pictures or information you can send me to show what your product does?
Prius chat: Does anyone make a sun visor extension that will slide out to make it longer when swung to the side window.
Mini Cooper Blog: My sun visor is totally ineffective when flipped to the left. Any suggestions? are pull-out, fold-out extensions available?
Honda owners: Do those of you with 2007's have the sliding sun visor extensions in your Element? Mine (EX) has none. I wouldn't have even known about them except I test drove a 2006 and thought they were a cool useful feature. I'm disappointed my car doesn't have them. :-( I sure could've used them the last few days with the sun so low in the sky.