WeatherTech Side Window Deflector Customer Reviews
3102 Customer Reviews
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Remember when vehicles were equipped with those ugly wing windows that folded out for better ventilation and noise deflection? Sure, they were handy back then, but times have changed. Today, WeatherTech's Side Window Deflectors are the solution to a stuffy cockpit. These low-profile deflectors let you open your windows without the ear-splitting wind noise. Plus, you can keep your windows partially open on those rainy days without your vehicle getting completely drenched.
Precision crafted from high-impact acrylic, your Side Window Deflectors can withstand blows from airborne road rubble, kamikaze bugs, and other roadway hazards. And, they are specially treated to resist blistering UV rays and scratching.
Completely custom made for a seamless fit, your WeatherTech Side Window Deflectors easily install in your window channel using a micro-thin mounting flange-no drilling! Choose from a Light Smoke or Dark Smoke finish. Backed by a 3-year warranty against defects in material and workmanship.
3102 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Thomas D (MECHANICSBURG, PA) Reviewed for a 2014 GMC Sierra — Sunday at 6:51 AM
Quick & easy to install. In channel more appealing than tape on type. Seemed to have a lower profile/more streamlined. I have used the Weather Tech side window deflectors before. Completely satisfied.
Reviewed by Mark M (windsor, WI) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Impala — Friday at 8:37 AM
The product looks good, was easy to install but won't stay in place. The left side fit is pretty good, but the right side is very poor, every time I roll the window down the window deflector comes down with it.
Reviewed by Barry J (HIGH RIDGE, MO) Reviewed for a 2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek — Wednesday at 6:51 PM
This is my 3rd set of Weather Tech's on different vehicles. These deflectors appearance is better than the "tape on" type and in my experience, are more durable. I've owned both. 15 mins. to install and your good for years to come. Add a little wax as you do you paint and they don't fade, even after 10 years. Pay a couple of bucks more for them, you won't regret it.