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Message posted by Belper Bloke on 23/12/2017 at 7:44pm
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Hi can anyone help me, I am looking for advice in a insulation cover for a Fiat Dacato Van conversion to keep out the cold / sun front screen, who is the best company to buy from ?

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Taylormade Insulated Windscreen Covers are really good.

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Or Silver Screens.

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We have the Paragon Silver Screen and it is an excellent product. That and the Taylormade seem to be the screens of choice for most people, but they are, of course, more expensive than many on the market. If you are not in a hurry, trawl through the ads on ebay and such, they do turn up from time to time. Mine came from a classified ad on this very site and was being sold by somebody just 5 miles away from me and cost me £60.

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Another vote for Taylormade. We have one of the longer versions that cover the engine vents on the bonnet. When I was buying I found the Taylormade website a bit more user friendly than the Silver Screens one.

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We went for Paragon Silver Screen, good quality, easy to fit and excellent service. Our model can be folded down (or up) during the day and comes with vent covers. I agree they are a might expensive but as is often the case you get what you pay for.

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Paragon. Great Product, just using it on site has sold many for Paragon. They come from Cleckheaton.
Lots of products out there referred to as silver screens BUT they are not. Being silver in colour does not make them PARAGON. Happy New Year all.

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The problem as I see it with the Paragon covers is that they are very short. My Taylormade covers the bonnet vents as well.

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David, if you were to speak to the manufacturer of the Paragon product you will find that they make different styles. We actually have the one to which you refer, the shorter one.
We viewed at shows prior to purchase, and could find nothing to go against the Taylormade product at all. The reason we went for Paragon was simply, we bought at the same time as we got our new 2016 van. Unknown to us, the rear view mirror arms had changed from our previous two vans. On speaking to Paragon people, they passed on this info. We figured from that, they would be as up to date as could be, and indeed, so they were. No air gaps for wind to get under. Paragon and Taylormade are in our opinion the best product on the market.

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