Name: Derek Western
Vehicle: 2008 Honda Civic
When I bought my Civic Si Coupe this year I was in love with it and it seemed perfect except for a few minor flaws. One of the major ones was that driving in rain or even the condensation on the car in the morning would roll straight into the windows when I turned a corner. For the first time in my life I decided that I needed rain guards.
Honda doesn't offer rain guards for this car, so I was forced to look to the aftermarket. I didn't want that cheap EBay garbage that would have fitment issues and not hold up. I saw pictures on the Weathertechs on an enthusiast board and thought they looked good on the car, and read some more people's opinions and decided that I'd give them a try.
My visors came very quickly and were a perfect fit for my car, I had them installed in a few minutes taking my time. The next morning there was no drips on me when I took my first corner and the condensation dripped off. We then got torrential rains from one storm after another and I comfortably drove with my windows cracked open for fresh air, even with 2 inches of water on the road.
Great product, well designed, good fitment, and the company has a solid reputation for quality. My wife also drives a Civic sedan and I want to get a set of these for hers as well.