Are you looking for a good quality sun shade for the car this summer?
Protects your children from the sun and its harmful rays?
Diono have children's safety as their number one concern and offer a number of safety products for your children to keep them safe throughout the summer. We have been travelling with Maxwell in the car and the sun has been a issue. I was excited when I learnt Diono offer a Solar Eclipe Sunshade. We were recently sent one to see what our thoughts were on it.
The sunshade was extremely easy to fit in the car and took a matter of minutes to fit to Maxwell's window. The sunshade was held by 3 suction cup. At first I was a little scared that the shade may fall as the shade is quite heavy however after a few journeys I was proven wrong and I found the shade did not move from the place I had fitted it from.
The Solar Eclipe Sunshade has been well made and has a clever design which helps protect children when travelling in the car. The sunshade has 2 layers which are both held down by suction cups. The first layer is a blackout layer which is UPF 50+. I found the shade let some light in however it did protect Maxwell from a lot of the sun. The second layer is a mesh style screen which does not provide UPF protection but takes the horrid glare of the sun away from Maxwell's eyes.
The shades are a ideal size to travel with and to keep in the back of the car if they are not in use. They easily wind back up into the main unit and so far they have not managed to get stuck. They are child friendly and are good quality. The design of the shades makes it easier for children to travel with ease in the car and make their journeys a lot more comfortable.
You are able to purchase your own Diono Solar Eclipse Window Shade from many retailers including Halfords and JoJo Mamam Bebe.
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I did not receive any financial reward for writing this review.
However we did receive the product for review purposes. Everything written in this post is my own, honest opinion.