|You can keep moving your head to stay in the shade of your visor, or you can get a Dim-It visor and move it to where you want it. Its a 6"x12" sheet of tinted Lexan that can be posi- tioned on any window in the cockpit by means of the attached vinyl suction cup. (An option- al self-adhesive adapter plate lets you attach it to porous surfaces as well.) Completely transparent and distortion-free.|
These are a great product. As a flight instructor I fly 700-800 hours per year in various aircraft. Most have sun visors that do very little. I have tried these on 3 different airplane models thus far and they work perfectly. The suction cups held throughout 8+ hours of flying and on different shapes of windscreen. I have also loaned them to owners, renters and other flight instructors who are also impressed with their effectiveness. Being able to easily reposition helps to reduce the risks from glare.
placed on windscreen twice, fell off in my lap twice after only 4-5 minutes. I wet the suction cups to provide the best seal, on a clean windscreen, not sure I will be able to use the product.
It is 5-3/4"x12" and it is a tinted plastic material. It does attach with a suction cup.