14 Advantages

Five Top Advantages

1) Which is Which?

Which is Which
One of these windscreens is brand new; the other is eight years old. The old screen was borrowed from a first customer, sold back in November of 1999 for a BMW Z3. The used windscreen has been in active use since. The customer estimate he drives top-down 140 days per year. He leaves the windscreen in the car about ten months a year, taking it out and storing it during the raining months of December and January. Can you tell which windscreen has a thousand days top-down use and 3000+ days mounted in the car, and which windscreen is brand new?

2) Stronger Material

Comparing the strength of Windblox's material, three patio bricks are placed across a 36 inch span upon materials used by other manufactures:
ordinary 1/4 inch acrylic 3/8 inch of polycarbonate acrylic Windblox material
#1) This is a sheet of ordinary 1/4 inch (635 mm) acrylic. The deflection bottoms out, more than three inches (7.6 cm).; This is the windblocker material used by other vendors. #2) This is a sheet of 3/8 inch (953 mm) of polycarbonate acrylic.  Despite being thicker than Windblox, this wind deflector still deflects 50% more; the deflection is just over 1.5 inches (3.8 cm). #3) Windblox's material deflects less than 7/8 inch (2.2 cm) under the same weight.

3) Edging Cut The Right Way To Cut

#1) A customer traded in this particular windblocker, purchased from another vendor.  This windscreen was fabricated upon a shop table router. The cut and workmanship is inconsistent, with nicks and gouges. #2) This wind deflector was cut upon double sided AR Polycarbonate acrylic, using a CNC router.  While the cut is smooth, machinery marks are prominent. #3) Windblox's windscreens are cut using a five thousand watt laser, ensuring a crystal clear cut with a polished finish.

4) Resists Fractures

A customer experienced this fracturing with a wind deflector purchased from another vendor. From the continual movement and stresses, combined with inferior material, micro-stress cracks emerged. These cracks grew over time, until the windscreen became unstable. This picture is a close-up from of a slot from a customer's Windblox BMW Z3 windstop, continually mounted on his car since November 2002.  Since Windblox uses the best available material, it wears well over time, remaining crisp and clear.  (Photo taken June 2009.)

5) 15 Years

Windblox windscreens are constructed from materials providing a 15 year scratch and mar resistant rating.  Against daily and constant use, your windscreen remains clear throughout its life.

6) Lifetime Warranty

Windblox is the only manufacture warranting against buffs and abrasions. Your windscreen will be clear for the lifetime of your automobile.

7) No Squeaks or Rattles

Windblox windblockers are securely held in place, with no movement between the windscreen and your car.  This prevents annoying high pitch squeaks and rattles when driving with your windscreen

8) Easy Installation

This wind deflector is most simple to install.  A 12-year old niece of a staffer installs these windscreens in two minutes.p

9) Does Not Induce Abrasion Against Your Car

Windblox windstop does not rub against your car, preventing ongoing abrasion and wear. This is a picture from a customer's car.  She purchased a windscreen from a different vendor.  After eight months continually mounted on her car, the poor fit caused accumulated wear against the roll hoopsp

10) Does Not Yellow from Sun Exposure

At one point, this windscreen (from another vendor) was clear.  This customer lives in Texas, and had this windscreen mounted on his car for four years, before it became unusable.  Windblox windscreens are guaranteed not to yellow from sun exposure.

11) Anti Wobble

No wobble.  Windblox windblockers remain secure when in use.  The windscreen does not wobble or vibration when, even at high speeds.

12) Made For Speed

Windblox wind deflectors are rated for 150 MPH (250 KM/hr).

13) Utilitizes Green Processes

All cast-off material is recycled.  Base material incorporates soybean based oils instead of all petroleum, increasing use of renewable materials.

14) Laser Fabrication

All Windblox wind deflectors are cut on a 5,000 watt laser (normal power for this process is 100 watts), providing exceptionally clear cuts.