March 2007 Issue

Aftermarket Visors: Rosens Worth the Price

They cost nearly $300 or more, but Rosenís quality and attention to detail make them a good value. Ultra Visor is a good budget replacement.

The standard sun visors found in most older airplanes find their design origins in cars from the 1950s. They just donít cut it when youíre boring into the setting sun on a westerly heading. These older visors get the sun out of your eyes, but they also block your view of any traffic or obstacles you clearly want to avoid.

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