NuShield eliminates glare on car GPS displays
Uv Protection, glare reduction, car navigation displays
NuShield’s DayVue antireflective film can permanently (and affordably) solve any glare or sight issues you might be having with your car’s navigation display. It allows drivers who wear polarized sunglasses, for instance, to easily and clearly see their displays.
Drivers who wear glare-reducing polarized sunglasses while they’re behind the wheel frequently complain about the difficulty of reading their navigation display screens. Polarized sunglasses have become increasing popular over the past few years, and for good reason: they do a great job of reducing the sun’s reflected glare. Still, it’s a known fact that polarized lenses significantly reduce the visibility of images produced by LCD or LED displays. (Your in-car navigation system almost certainly has an LCD display.)
And because it can be customized for nearly any in-car navigation display on the market today, there’s no need to worry about us not having your specific model in stock.
For drivers who don’t wear polarized sunglasses but still have issues with the glare of the sun washing out their system’s display, we suggest NuShield’s Triple A antiglare film. Aside from the fact that it’s able to transform a nearly-impossible-to-read screen back into a usable display, the anti-fingerprint film technology of the Triple A will also keep unsightly fingerprints from covering your display’s screen.
car navigation displays
, glare reduction
, GPS displays
, television glare
, Uv Protection