I have both of the following and am very happy with the look and quality.
I guess the thing one must ask themselves before deciding on a clear bra film type protector or the OEM hood deflector is, do they just want to protect the hood or something to protect the hood AND help in deflecting those bugs intent on committing suicide on your windshield? As another TN member had said, the deflector doesn't stop all windshield splatters but does help by modifying the windflow somewhat. I assume that is why the back edge of the deflector is scooped upward slightly.Well, I just got a 2009 Highlander Sport 4x4 in Magnetic grey and looking at the clear bra paitn protection or hood deflector?
Anyone have the clear bra paint protection on their currently and how does it work? Also how does the hood deflector work as well for you if you have it installed as well...
$625 isn't too bad, I got mine done for $595 and that was because I had my BMW done a few months before that. Most quotes I got up here were around $800. I have a lifetime warranty on mine. After I did my research on both 3M and Ventureshield, I picked Ventureshield.Humm, this clearbra film is all new to me.. is one company better than the other in manufacturers?
I have heard of now the 3M and Ventureshield options...
got a price quote for the 3M product.
2) side mirrors
3) front fenders
4) part of hood
cost is $625 has 5 year guarantee as well.. Good bad or keep looking more... I live out here in LALA land los Angeles area...
I was quoted $570 for the Ventureshield. It's a chain store, so I will wait to see if they have any promotions.$625 isn't too bad, I got mine done for $595 and that was because I had my BMW done a few months before that. Most quotes I got up here were around $800. I have a lifetime warranty on mine. After I did my research on both 3M and Ventureshield, I picked Ventureshield.
For me, I prefer the clear look and wanted protection from the sand and rocks during the winters here.