Reviewed By Jose R (Pasadena, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Nissan 350Z —4/19/2012 7:29 AM
Reviewed By Toth C (Miami Shores, FL) Reviewed for a 2003 Nissan 350Z —3/3/2009 6:41 AM
I'm not sure when it first started, but the idea of a disposable world is ridiculous. Lighters, pens, razors, and of course filters for everything has slowly turned into a disposable attitude that carries all the way up to cars, relationships and even employees. The K & N filter is a perfect example of how we can keep things for life literally and they don't become obsolete and with little concern about going out of style. Thomas Edison's first light bulb is still working yet I have to replace bulbs every year? If more company's found a way to make products you never or at least almost never had to replace I am sure people would gladly pay the extra price. Beyond the landfill is the energy it requires to make ship and sell the item over and over because it's disposable. Not to mention the time we all take to go out and get the items to replace the ones that were either designed to fail two minutes after the warranty ran out or social pressure requires us to get something new due to style or incompatibility with new products like computers and software. I hope K&N continues to make this product forever. And I hope other companies realize the importance of quality over frequency of sales.
Reviewed By Vince M (Bremerton, WA) Reviewed for a 2003 Nissan 350Z —12/17/2005 11:56 AM
No problems at all. a cinch to put on, has an elastic ring around the opening. I was a little sketical, so I put it around my hand and hit it full-force with the sprayer on my water hose. Works as advertised, only a couple of tiny drops made it through, not enough to make it into the filter. I live in the Seattle area (rains ALOT) so this will keep my CAI filter from getting weather-beaten every year.