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Glare Guard
Car Visor Extender

Polarized shield reduces headlight and streetlight glare · Blocks 99.9% of UVA and UVB rays



A smart extra step for added driving visibility, this car visor extender is an easy way to help reduce glare. The polarized clip-on dims the brightness of oncoming headlights, streetlights and more without obstructing your view, and it blocks up to 99.9% of UVA and UVB rays, too. Made in the USA.

  • Blocks 99.9% UVA and UVB rays
  • Reduces glare and improves contrast
  • Made with high-quality polarizing film used by the top brands of sunglasses
  • Adjusts for any height and flips up when not in use
  • Both daytime and nighttime versions are ideal for oncoming cars, street lights, traffic lights, and other light sources on the road
  • Daytime version is best for dimming sunlight while the nighttime version is best for dimming light sources at night
Made in the USA

Includes:

One daytime or nighttime Car Visor Extender

Dimensions:

13.75" x 3.25" x 0.2"

Weight:

0.75 lb

Materials:

Acrylic, polarized film, aluminum, plastic, stainless steel, triacetate, PVOH

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Glare Guard

Glare Guard Maker Mark Smith worked in the movie theatre industry, and when things took a turn to the digital he likewise pivoted to the polarized film field. Now he and son Dane are helping folks see better behind the wheel with a simple but smart add-on for drivers. The polarized visor works as a glare-reducing extension of the one already in the car. It fits on easily and takes just a flip to get it in place when you want to dim the brightness of things like oncoming headlights and streetlights. It works best at night but also helps with daytime visibility, too. Another bonus—the polarization blocks up to 99.9% of UVA and UVB lights from the sun.