Easy View HD is a flip-down glare blocker for use in cars. Today we offer our Easy View HD review along with additional product information.
About Easy View HD
The official Easy View HD website is easyviewhd.com, which was registered on July 11, 2013.
- Phone: 262-787-2033
- Address: Easy View HD, P.O. Box 210827, Milwaukee, WI 53221
- M-F 8am to 5pm CT
How much does Easy View HD cost?
Easy View HD – along with a “high density sun diffuser” – costs $10 plus $7.95 processing for a total of $17.95. You get a second set for an additional $7.95, for a grand total of $25.90. Note that you cannot opt out of this second “free” set, so expect to pay $25.90 when ordering.
Please see our article entitled The “Get a Second One Free” Marketing Ploy regarding this common tactic used by As Seen on TV advertisers.
You may want to take extra care in the ordering process. There is no confirmation screen to double-check your order. Some customers have found the ordering process confusing, and were surprised to see $30+ shipping when placing an order.
Easy View HD Claims
- Slide onto any visor
- No tools or assembly required
- Made from clear acrylic
- Attaches by slipping over your existing visor
Easy View HD Television Commercial
Below is a recent TV ad for Easy View HD:
Our Easy View HD Review
Easy View HD is merely a tinted piece of transparent plastic with two bands for attaching to your car’s visor. And while the materials and design appear cheap, the product does moderately reduce glare.
We actually found the bonus product – the “high density sun diffuser” – to be more useful than the Easy View HD. That item attaches to the Easy View HD and can be slid left to right. The diffuser provides additional glare reduction when the sun is shining directly in your eyes.
The visuals in the television commercials show a more dramatic change than we experienced, but overall the product does work to reduce glare.
Easy View HD vs Sunglasses
Perhaps the most obvious question is whether or not Easy View HD is better than simply wearing a pair of sunglasses. Keep in mind that some sunglasses reduce glare better than others. Sunglasses are also not designed for nighttime use. For these reasons, Easy View HD does hold a slight edge over sunglasses. If you have a pair of decent sunglasses, Easy View HD will probably not be very useful when driving during the day.
Easy View HD and the High Density Sun Diffuser do work, although it’s difficult to justify paying $26 for two pieces of plastic attached to elastic bands. If you find yourself regularly dealing with glare while driving, Easy View HD may be worth a try.
2.5 out of 5 stars
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