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WeatherTech In-Channel Side Window Deflectors Part #72716 Customer Reviews
3 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by james y (Slingerlands, NY) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Prius — Oct 27, 2012 5:55 AM
I've installed these on my 2007 Prius and now my 2012 Prius; the deflectors protected, kept rain out, and allowed me to leave the windows cracked on hot days. They look as if they were part of the original Prius options. The only problem is that with both cars the right rear passenger deflector blew out. Once I'd say was a quirk, but the 2012 also lost the right rear passenger deflector while driving, and trying just to buy a right rear passenger replacement is impossible. So en garde.
Reviewed by Steve B (Wasilla, AK) — Oct 10, 2011 11:14 AM
they look nice, but the back window deflector blows off going down the road. this happen too a friend of mind about two weeks after he put his on and i thought maybe he put the deflector on wrong, but now mind flew off going down the road this morning so now i have three on the the car so now I guess I will take the back one off and go with the two up front
Reviewed by William S (Hurricane, WV) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Prius — Apr 16, 2011 7:44 AM
I ordered the front and back weatherTech deflectors for the following reasons,  only deflectors in the ones I researched that came in colors,[I did not want the dark smoke ones]. they fit in the window channels and not taped to the outside. The front deflectors took about 10 min to install [after reading directions]. The rear ones have tape strips and require the installation of clips. I read the directions and watched the vidio and did not pick up on the fact that one part of the clips actually have to fit in a "slot" in the window channel before re-installing the channel with clips. [the directions about this could be clearer]. To install the rear ones, you must install the clips, pull off the double face tape protector, slide one end in the window channel, fit the deflector between the clips and the window channel while bending the deflector so it will fit in the other side of the window channel. The first time I tried I actully broke a small piece off on the deflector flange [trying to get it between the clip and the window channel with the double face tape sticking to everything] I moved the clip 1/2" and was successful the 2nd try. The light grey deflectors look and work great on my silver Prius.