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WeatherTech In-Channel Side Window Deflectors Part #72180 Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Philippe D (London, KY) Reviewed for a 2014 Subaru Outback — Jul 09, 2009 3:24 AM
I bought these because I didn't want the stick on surface type to cover body trim around the window and to avoid the "bubble look" of stick-ons. They look really sharp and are contoured well, and have a low profile which doesn't deter from the look of the vehicle. Produce very little wind noise. I am very satisfied with this brand and style. Only CON I have discovered is the rear visors on the ones I ordered for my vehicle have just a piece of double-sided tape for the visors to adhere to the track. Even though I have clean window tracks they have a tendancy to slip if window is open below the visor. The fit for the rear windows could be a little tighter from side to side. It's recommended that you do not open windows after installation for 12 hours, (mine had 24 hrs), I assume to avoid the slipping problem. My solution was to use the thinnest badge/emblem 2-sided tape, (3M brand), on the ends where the tape is from the factory.
Reviewed by Dallas G (Suring, WI) — Sep 12, 2008 6:27 AM
I bough them for my 99 Grand Am and putting them on made my car cooler and look great and kept the rain out when windows were open to a mininum, installation was a breeze and took less than 5 mintutes for everything, overall there worth every penny, when it comes to quality,fitment,and looks I give them a two thumbs up for a great product.
Reviewed by Phil D (Waldorf, MD) Reviewed for a 2004 Pontiac Grand Am — Aug 01, 2007 8:10 AM
I had all 4 installed in 5 minutes after I read the directions. I love the fact that they use no sticky tape to hold them in place on the paint. My only minor complaint is the rear ones move A BIT when the window goes down. The manufacturer uses 2 small pieces of double sided tape on the rear ones that don't hold them in place very well, BUT they only move down about a half an inch so it isn't a problem. Also remember that they sit inside the window track so they are competing with the window for position and that means you should close the windows carefully each time. They work & look great!
Reviewed by MICHAEL E (Brooklyn, NY) Reviewed for a 2001 Oldsmobile Alero — May 23, 2007 7:38 AM
I considered buying the VentVisor Window Deflectors but they didn't have the In-Channel type for my 2001 Oldsmobile Alero 4 Dr Sedan so I bought the WeatherTech model. I'm so happy I did. Sure it costs more, but installation was very easy and they look much better than those solid black ones VentVisor sells. These are see-through. The first time I drove off with them installed, I noticed a helicopter hovering above, then I realized I was seeing it through the deflector. It was then that I noticed how much viewing area is lost if you can't see through the deflector. ITS A LOT!!!! Also the WeatherTechs extend down the front to the bottom of the window, which I believe cuts down on wind noise when driving with the window open. Overall I say Kudos to WeatherTech for an outstanding product. I will definitely install them on my future cars.
Ships Between 2/27 - 3/01
- What Do You Drive?
- Style:Front and Rear Set
- Color:Light Smoke
- Part #:72180
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