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Sunshades with Blackout Screen for Model 3 or Y

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Model 3/Y
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Model Y available now. Model 3 coming early Q2.

Our sunshades provide everything you need to keep your cabin cool!

It's made up of two parts, the black mesh fabric which is wrapped around a collapsible, spring-loaded steel frame. Like a giant origami puzzle, it folds down into something like a butterfly, for storage in the supplied canvas bag. Which, fits in your trunk floor storage area. not sure what that it? You probably need our trunk floor handles to help you access it!  8 clips are provided, they're used to wedge between the sunroof and roof liner. Because of the size of the sunroof, the center of the mesh will sit a little lower; this doesn't impact headroom though.

The blackout screen is optional for you to use, but it simply snaps on to the black mesh frame with magnets, so installing it is easy. It made of nylon with a rubberized metallic reflective coating, and folds small enough to fit in your glovebox. Generally speaking you would not need to use the blackout every day, but if you're parking at the airport, or even sleeping in your car, it will provide a virtual 100% block of visual, IR and UV light coming through the vast sunroof.

  • First, you need to decide if you want the blackout layer, as this sits, silver-side up, on top on the black mesh frame. If you do, unfold that now.
  • Spring open the black mesh frame. It's like one of those pop-up tents, if you're not using the blackout layer, open it inside the car, but if you are, the best option is to open the trunk and set it up there.
  • Fit the blackout layer (if needed), using the magnets to fix it to the frame. It will only fit correctly in one orientation, so switch it around if things don't look right. Remember, this sits on-top of the black mesh, silver-side facing the sky.
  • The first time you're installing it, you'll need to fit the black plastic frame hooks as you go. To do this, move the sunshade into position (you'll be underneath it at this point), and clip one of the clips to the frame, and push it between the glass and headliner. If it doesn't go in easily, just slide it along a couple of inches until you find a spot that works. There's 8 clips in total, you might only need 5 or six, we have 1 at the front, and 2 on each side.
  • And that's it. If you want to remove it, leave the clips in position and just remove the sunshade. Holding it with one hand at each end, give it a twist to collapse it for storage in the canvas bag.