About The Invention

Driving is just a fact of life! And we all know that driving into the sun in the early morning or late evening is annoying and dangerous! The sun’s low angle does our view of the road no favors. It seems the sun is always in your eyes making it extremely hard to see where you are going. If it is at your side, your cars visor never seems to adjust low enough to block the sun.

If you’re tired of squinting and holding your hand or a piece of paper up to block the sun, the Eclipse Adjustable Sunshade has you covered! The Eclipse Adjustable Sunshade is easy to install! Simply attach the industrial strength suction cup or window hook to the end of the devices arm and stick or hang the Eclipse adjustable sun shade to any car’s driver or passenger window! With the industrial strength suction cup or window hook, you’ll never have to worry about this device coming loose.

With it’s segmented, poseable arm, adjust the sun shade’s visor into any position! Need your visor vertical or horizontal? The Eclipse can do it! Just grab the visor or the convenient knob at the top of the visor and adjust. You’re ready for a long trip no matter where or how the sun shines!

The Eclipse Adjustable Sunshade is compact for your convenience. The suction cup and window hook are removable, and the arm easily folds up so you can fit the device into any glove compartment or middle console in your vehicle.

And don’t think the Eclipse is just for cars and trucks! Use it in the office too! No more sitting at your computer having the sun in your eyes or glaring on your screen. Just stick, adjust, and you’re ready to roll! 

So if you’re tired of squinting and not being able to see what you are doing or where you are going, let the Eclipse Adjustable Sunshade block glare for you in almost any position! 

Be safe, relaxed and enjoy the drive!

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About the Inventors

Richard Kimmell
Bryna Kimmell

About the Developers

The inventors, Richard and Bryna Kimmell of Sylmar, CA had an idea to prevent potentially dangerous situations caused by blinding light while driving. Richard contacted the Mars Rising Network and had a provisional and design patent application filed and had the invention designed properly so that they may see success with this great idea and turn it into a real product. 

They are actively seeking a company that would have an interest in licensing the product for a royalty.

Richard and Bryna Kimmell

Contact The Inventors

Richard Kimmell Bryna Kimmell Phone:  (818) 966-5806 Website: http://www.eclipseadjustable.com

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