Anyone have Putco in channel window visors?

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I use the in channel design...but because I bought them so long ago not sure who they are made by. I would guess they are (putco)from Quadratec.. since many of the cosmetic things I bought came from them. I, like you always leave the window open to vent heat when the rig is parked. I did not want the stick on kind which I do not care for and have always had the in channel design on previous Jeeps. I have electric windows and these have been no problem at all. They fit snug and stay in place, other than that nothing else to offer.
 
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I use the in channel design...but because I bought them so long ago not sure who they are made by. I would guess they are (putco)from Quadratec.. since many of the cosmetic things I bought came from them. I, like you always leave the window open to vent heat when the rig is parked. I did not want the stick on kind which I do not care for and have always had the in channel design on previous Jeeps. I have electric windows and these have been no problem at all. They fit snug and stay in place, other than that nothing else to offer.
Thank you. That is very helpful.
 

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Normally I hate the look of window visors, but for practicality (since I also like to drive vented), was planning on getting the WeatherTech visors just to avoid using any sticky tape. My dad seems to like his set on his JK, but I personally haven't seen any for the JL in-person. I'm open to any other non-adhesive in-channel suggestions if anyone else knows any other brands.
 


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I typically use AVS brand vent visors to allow for slightly open windows to let out vehicle heat but they have bad reviews for the JL. If anyone can comment on how well the windows roll up with the Putco brand that would be appreciated. We do not have auto up windows that can trip a sensor so that part is not a big deal.

https://www.quadratec.com/p/putco/e...r-jl-gladiator-jt/window-visors-tinted-580221

I've had the AVS In-Channel Vent Visors on my JL for for about three years now and have not had any issues with them whatsoever.

From what I can see, the Putco look a little more squared off vs the AVS which look a little more rounded, but that could just be the angle of the pics on the Quadratec site.

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I have AVS in channel visors. Jeep is only a month old and they’ve been in since day one. Not sure what the negative reviews say but they seem no different than other AVS in channel visors I’ve used on previous vehicles, which is to say I’m happy with them.
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I have the Putco in channel visors on mine. They look great and no issues with windows going up or down. Look much better than Weathertech or any of the other options in the aftermarket. Very well made and thick.

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