Windshield Cover Question

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Mike in Texas

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May 15, 2006
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We have decided we need a windshield cover for all the various reasons. The best looking one I have found for our Monaco Diplomat is the Sunguard High Density Custom Windshield Cover. It is available from

http://rvprotectionproducts.com

with a 14% discount, no tax and free shipping. The package includes the windshield and two side window covers plus as a bonus wiper savers and a storage bag. There is a 30 return policy if not satisfied and a 6 year warranty.

Two questions for which I would appreciate your input. (1) Is this a good product?  (2) Is this a reputable dealer? I've checked http://www.resellerratings.com and they have no data on rvprotectionproducts.com.
 

Kirk

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Oct 30, 2005
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Full-time , Escapee
Before you spend you money on that product, check out this one. We have now used ours for about seven years and we love it. Not one problem and it does a great job. And there are no holes in our front cap for snaps and such.

Prompt RV Sunscreen
 

TexasH

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Feb 25, 2006
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Ditto on Prompt Screens!  We have had them for two years with no problems.  They are easy to put on and remove and no installation at all!  And the people at Prompt were great when we bought them!
 

Jeff

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We had an external set on our last coach that required usinf a ladder  and purchased a set that attach to the inside of the windows with suction cups. We have found we use these twice as much because I do not have to go outside to install them.
 

JerArdra

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Get the "Prompt RV Screen" you will be happier.  We would NEVER go back to the ladder and snaps for an RV Screen.  If you wonder, YES it rolls out smooth across the windshield and it's safer...no ladder to climb.

JerryF
 

Rollie

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May 31, 2005
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Everytime I roll on the Prompt RV Screens another Rver comes over and asks about it.  Takes 30 seconds and no ladder.  The folks at Prompt were great to work with.
 
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