Reviewed By Mike C (Westlake, OH) Reviewed for a
2010Ford Edge—1/4/2011 5:28 AM
The product's fit and finish were very good however they appeared to have a lower profile than advertised images and comparable brands. Time will tell if they will last the vehicles life or usefulness.
Not sure which 2010 Ford Edge Vent Visors & Window Deflectors are right for you? We have over 10805 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"Carefully read then followed the installation instructions provided. Easy to install - no problems there. The look is great and my deflectors provide just what I was looking for - now I can crack the window and ventilate the whole vehicle while parked on hot sunny days, or during rain storms. The deflectors allow me to open the window about two inches or so, front and back, which is more than adequate for me. The also provide the added style I was looking for... these things are functional ans stylish! My new 2010 Ford Edge never looked better! Highly recommended." —Roy D from Nashua, NH bought an AVS Ventvisor Window Deflectors for a 2010 Ford Edge.
"Overall Excellent Product. Installation ease was a 9 on a scale of 1-10. Certainly solved my problem of water pouring in through the drivers side window when I opened it during a rain storm or melted snow on the roof.(design flaw in the Edge ?) Only negative if there is one is that due to the pressure of this mounting in the window channel is that you will hear a slight click when closing the window. Certainly better than the OEM offered by Ford which is a "tape" design on the exterior of the window frame. At least I can go through a car wash now without worrying that the deflector will be ripped off." —Kenneth D from Norwood, NJ bought a WeatherTech Side Window Deflector for a 2010 Ford Edge.
"I have installed side window deflectors on all of my cars and pickups. This install was the best one yet. One of the reviews I read talked about problems seeing it in the side mirrors. My wife and I don't understand why because we can not see them w/o sitting in the middle of the front seat and then they are visable just on the inside edge. The dog, my wife and I love them because we can lower the windows to any height and the noise that made it uncomfortable to ride in the car is gone!!" —Walt M from Newport, OR bought a WeatherTech Side Window Deflector for a 2010 Ford Edge.
"Installation was simple but one edge of one window didn't stick well at first after leaving window closed for 3 days. I am waiting to see if it stays put." —Kevin J from Ocala, FL bought an AVS In-Channel Ventvisor for a 2010 Ford Edge.
"The deflectors were very easy to install and look great! I leave my windows open a crack do to the heat and used to get rain runoff into the open window. The ventvisor keeps this from happening! They also look great! Well worth the money and I am very Happy." —Rawley R from Alba, TX bought an AVS Ventvisor Window Deflectors for a 2010 Ford Edge.
"nice product but haveing a problem with breaking at the top back of fr windows when window is up it causes the back edge to brake off. possible desine problem. fits to tite causeing it to stress break." —Ricky C from Canton, OH bought a WeatherTech Side Window Deflector for a 2010 Ford Edge.
"The product's fit and finish were very good however they appeared to have a lower profile than advertised images and comparable brands. Time will tell if they will last the vehicles life or usefulness." —Mike C from Westlake, OH bought an AVS In-Channel Ventvisor for a 2010 Ford Edge.
"After purchasing my 2010 Edge I was going to buy the window deflectors from Ford. Boy! I'm I glad I didn't. The stick on ones are NOT the way to go. These look so much nicer I can't beleive it.Ease of install was good. Just a little common sense. Can't say the directions were much help, but they were easy enough to install. They dont bubble out awat from the form of the body of the car like the stick on ones do and they totally eliminated the water problem that was driving me crazy when it rained." —Kevin S from Kelso, WA bought a WeatherTech Side Window Deflector for a 2010 Ford Edge.