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Anybody have any experience with these please? Raining hard last night, heater on to demist, no way to get cool air on face without opening window a bit, then get drenched. Genuines here are A$200, look like they cover both doors....
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OT: JP I've always found the best way to demist is via the airconditioner, in fact if you press the demist button on the ventilation system it turns on the aircon and points the airflow at the screen and side windows. If you get warm just go back to regular vents with recirculate on.. Aircon has always cleared the windscreen in seconds for me.

Back to topic, sorry, haven't tried them as I'm really not a fan of external plastic add-ons.
 

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Sly, demisting is fine, I am used to using ac to speed it up. Its just the warm air in the face that turns me off, I need fresh air to avoid getty queasy in a muggy atmosphere....I also prefer not to do external deflectors, but with flush fitting glass and rimless windows, there is zero overhang to shield even a few mm of opening from water.
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