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The Smart Retracting Visor will offer consumers a more convenient way to protect the interior of their vehicle (from
damage and heat) by obstructing direct sunlight. Although primarily intended for automobiles, this product can also
be utilized in other settings/areas where heat or direct sunlight needs to be restricted. Relevant licensing companies for this product include names such as Advance Auto, Auto Zone, JC Whitney, Pep Boys, Napa Auto Parts, Carquest, Parts Geek, Quality Auto Parts, Ace Hardware and Buy Auto Parts. The product could also be mass produced and sold in national retailers such as, Wal-Mart and Target, etc.
This invention can be utilized domestically in the inventor’s home nation of the United States and North America. This invention and the inventors’ knowledge of the process can also be applied in other areas of the world including, but not limited to: Europe, Asia, Australia/New Zealand, Africa, South America, and any environments where this concept could be used.
SMART RETRACTABLE VISOR
Sharon and Kierra Linen are innovators from the United States currently residing in Charleston, South Carolina. The inventors have teamed up for the development of a great new product that improves upon the existing way of preventing interior damage, excessive heat, and direct sunlight inside of vehicles around the world.
The inventors feel strongly that the Smart Retractable Visor is special, clever and deserves immediate attention. More importantly, the inventors have an understanding of the market and the other users that will find this product beneficial.
This invention currently is available for sale or licensing. If you would like further information about this product or you are interested in investing or licensing this product, please use the contact information provided. The invention currently is patent pending with the USPTO
The name chosen for the concept is Smart Retractable Visor. The objective of this idea is to block direct sunlight and heat from vehicle's interior. Heat and direct sunlight not only increase the temperature to dangerous levels in a vehicle, but can cause physical damage to parts of the interior.
What problem does it solve?
Conveniently blocks direct sunlight from vehicle's interior surface.
No need to bother with two separate, big, bulky, awkward shields. Trying to position them on the dash
can be a hassle and time consuming....not to mention the amount of space they occupy in the vehicle when not in use.
The Smart Retractable Visor is already positioned in vehicle and simply needs to be pulled and fastened together. When use is no longer needed, simply unfasten and the Smart Visor retracts to its default position.
Materials for Construction
The cost of materials and actual materials used will depend on quantity manufactured and the buyer of this idea/licensor. Introductory retail price and sustaining price to be determined by amount of quantity manufactured, actual cost of manufacturing, advertising methods used and packaging materials. All to be determined by an interested licensing company that would decide those factors. As particular models or sizes expand, the invention can be morphed or corrected for improvement. The inventor understands that company feedback, especially from knowledgeable sources, is a great way to improve on the product for future market potential. Exact measurements/dimensions are determined but are subject to subsequent changes that may enhance the product.
What is the Concept?
The inventors have been designing and putting the concept down on paper for quite some time. They have several “mock-up” drawings of this invention. These preliminary sketches and designs have allowed the inventors to get a sense of what the concept would look like if brought into production. This is beneficial for making any necessary modifications and revisions for improvements; thus, providing a more satisfactory, comfortable, and overall accommodating product.
How does it work?
The Smart (Retractable) Visor is already positioned inside of the vehicle (on either side of dash/frame) and simply needs to be pulled (via the "Pullout Handles") and fastened together. When use is no longer needed, simply unfasten and the Smart Visor retracts to its default position.
Conveniently blocks direct sunlight from vehicle's interior surface. The convenience stems from the actual "mounting" of the Smart Visor. Located on either side of the windshield/dash, the Smart Visor is simply pulled toward each other from both ends....meeting in the center and then hooked together/shut. Similar to closing drapes/curtains