WeatherTech products..

 

I am wondering if anyone has any Experience with these Products?

I am thinking of getting Floor mats for my 2018 Honda Odyssey. The snow and Salt is killing my new rug in the MiniVan!! Also Thinking of getting Window Guards for the doors

What do you think?

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Bobkz - Garmin Nuvi 3597LMTHD/2455LMT/C530/C580- "Pain Is Fear Leaving The Body - Semper Fidelis"

Window Guards

Don't know much about their mats. But I have put on the plastic window guard over the doors on three vehicles and I wouldn't go with out them. They are good if you want a little fresh air with out getting blown away or getting wet when it rains.

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johnm405 660 & MSS&T

Weather Tech

I have front floor mats and mud flaps all fit very good and easy to install no drilling.Installed in a 2015 Tahoe.

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They're Ok

We used Weatherguards in our minivan for a time and they work ok but don't cover the entire floor. Mud and snow still got tracked between the seats when passengers accessed the 3rd row seat.

We went to Walmart and bought cheap towels that match the van's grey rug. We covered the entire floor with them and they work like a charm. The mud, snow and salt get absorbed by the towels which are thrown in the wash when dirty. The vehicle rug still looks new.

bobkz wrote: I am wondering

bobkz wrote:

I am wondering if anyone has any Experience with these Products?

I am thinking of getting Floor mats for my 2018 Honda Odyssey. The snow and Salt is killing my new rug in the MiniVan!! Also Thinking of getting Window Guards for the doors

What do you think?

I'm very satisfied with my WeatherTech front and back seat mats.
Perfect tight fit... easy to clean .... looks great!

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If the only tool you have is a hammer, every problem quickly resembles a nail. (Maslow's Hammer)

Window guards on a Civic?

johnm405 wrote:

Don't know much about their mats. But I have put on the plastic window guard over the doors on three vehicles and I wouldn't go with out them. They are good if you want a little fresh air with out getting blown away or getting wet when it rains.

Does anyone have any experience of the door guards on a car - more specifically a 2016-18 Honda Civic? The online demos I've seen are mostly about trucks and I'm wondering if there's any issue with putting the door guard insert into the window channel on smaller vehicles. Is there enough room for them without stressing the glass or window operation?

I was looking for all

I was looking for all weather floor mats for my Honda Accord 2017 last year and I stumbled on this brand:

http://www.autoanything.com/floor-mats/3d-maxpider-kagu-floo...

They're custom fit like WeatherTech products. I like their look better than WeatherTech. I have not purchased them yet. We don't necessarily need floor mats like these in Southern California where it only rains once or twice every 5-6 months. I'm just a neat freak who wants to protect my OEM floor mats. In the meantime I put old newspaper to cover my OEM mats when it rains and throws them away the next day. I may eventually get those mats.

Weather Guards

I put them on a GMC Yukon, Dodge D50 a 01 Jeep Wrangler and 2013 VW Tiguan 3 were aftermarket with 3m tape The VW is a snap in the channel from VW work great and none have ever bee a problem with the opening and closing of the windows

gpsaccount wrote:
johnm405 wrote:

Don't know much about their mats. But I have put on the plastic window guard over the doors on three vehicles and I wouldn't go with out them. They are good if you want a little fresh air with out getting blown away or getting wet when it rains.

Does anyone have any experience of the door guards on a car - more specifically a 2016-18 Honda Civic? The online demos I've seen are mostly about trucks and I'm wondering if there's any issue with putting the door guard insert into the window channel on smaller vehicles. Is there enough room for them without stressing the glass or window operation?

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johnm405 660 & MSS&T

After checking this site and Comparing..

chewbacca wrote:

I was looking for all weather floor mats for my Honda Accord 2017 last year and I stumbled on this brand:

http://www.autoanything.com/floor-mats/3d-maxpider-kagu-floo...

They're custom fit like WeatherTech products. I like their look better than WeatherTech. I have not purchased them yet. We don't necessarily need floor mats like these in Southern California where it only rains once or twice every 5-6 months. I'm just a neat freak who wants to protect my OEM floor mats. In the meantime I put old newspaper to cover my OEM mats when it rains and throws them away the next day. I may eventually get those mats.

I looked at these and found that they do NOT yet have my year. I did looked at the 2017 version of them and found them to be more that the Weathertech 2017 ones by over $10 to $15

With all these comments I am still leaning towards Weathertech.

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Bobkz - Garmin Nuvi 3597LMTHD/2455LMT/C530/C580- "Pain Is Fear Leaving The Body - Semper Fidelis"

I've used their products in

I've used their products in several vehicles. Quality mats and window guards.

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Maps -> Wife -> Garmin 12XL -> StreetPilot 2610 -> Nuvi 660 (blown speaker) -> Nuvi 3790LMT

Good product. Good company.

I live in Bolingbrook within walking distance of WeatherTech's offices, warehouses, etc. While a bit pricey, they're known for making a high quality product. They're also known for being one of the better employers in the greater Chicagoland area.

I once read a news article interview with the WeatherTech CEO and he genuinely seems to care for his employees. One thing in particular I remember from that interview was the CEO saying that there were only three car manufacturers who refused to buy his Made-In-The-USA products. He refused to identify the guilty parties, but it was implied that they were GM, Ford, and Chrysler.

http://www.weathertech.com/behindtech/

My girlfriend loves her WeatherTech mats and accessories.
Personally, I use rubber floor mats that I bought from Aldi for $6.99. While they're not an exact fit for my car, they work well enough.

I like them. Great fit.

I like them. Great fit.

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N.E. Ohio, Garmin 2598 TomTom One XL

Weather Tech

Well in Ontario the GM dealers sell Weather Tech products.

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The Home of BLUMARU HOUNDS

Good product

I installed the front and rear ones on my 2017 Ford Escape. The front ones are very good, a nice snug fit, the rear ones do cover the floor but not as snug. Even so, they are a whole lot better than the Ford OEM winter mats.

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Nuvi2797LMT,Nuvi1490LMT, Nuvi260,Ford Sync3 Navigation. Captain Cook was a Yorkshire man too.

Came in my new Camry

At least they seem to be the same kind. I love them. They keep the winter snow and ice off the carpet.

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NUVI 660, Late 2012 iMac, Macbook 2.1 Fall 2008, iPhone6 , Nuvi 3790, iPad2

Love them....

They are the best!

Just bought the front floor ones

I needed something for my new Rogue so I put them in the front. I'll use them for winter and probably remove them when we get to the summer months. I put old towels in the back floor because I generally don't carry anyone there.

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Nuvi 2460LMT.

My brother has used them in

My brother has used them in all of his trucks. Apparently loves them.

Floor Mats

Mats are great. Put a set in my daughter's car, just pull out and clean with a hose, let them dry and your done.

What are other alternatives,

What are other alternatives, i.e., similar products/different brands and prices?

Floor and Cargo Mats

Have them in GMC Yukon XL. Great in summer for wet swim gear and sand and in winter for snow gear. Also great for dogs in cargo area.

Just do it

Don't think about it. Just get the Weathertechs .... you'll love them. I've had them in all our vehicles since 2008. Just bought a set for my 2017. My wife's 2015 has them. Can't say enough about them. Easy to take out and clean. Have spilled coffee, soft drinks, kids ice cream cones, probably even a little blood.

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Garmin 205, 260W, 1450LMT, 2460LMT, HEREwego for iPhone ... all still mapping strong.

Love'em.

I have them in my SUV and love'em.

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GPSmap76Cx handheld, Nuvi 2557LMT, Nuvfi 2598LMTHD

Love them

I have them in my F150 and love them. I wouldn't buy anything else but weathertech.

Good product

They are quality floor mats but as said before cost more than other options. On my last vehicle, it was actually cheaper for me to buy the OEM all weather floor mats (found them on Amazon) than the Weathertech version.

we have them. if you don't

we have them. if you don't mind plastic floor mats, I think they are the best on the market, great fit, durable, American made.

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N.E. Ohio, Garmin 2598 TomTom One XL

Top notch

I've used their window guards for years. I just got a cargo liner for my Nissan Pathfinder. Fits perfectly. For it through Amazon.

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><> Glenn <>< Garmin nüvi 2598

I use the floor mats,

I use the floor mats, window, window guards and bed cover in my truck. All are the best products I have ever used. When you consider how long they last price is very resonable.

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John B - Garmin 765T

Well worth the money!

I have had both the weathertech and husky floor liners in various vehicles and both have been excellent.

Purchsed them and on the way..

Well, reading what everyone wrote here, I went o the web site and purchased them, will get them before the weekend as I understand.

I did do some research for other brands and anything like them were about the same in price, so why not get the Original brand in place of a knock off (I am sure all brands are equal good.

I hope these posts help others in search to help keep your car looking new. Will report back to let you know what my wife and myself (and my daughter too) thinks of them.

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Bobkz - Garmin Nuvi 3597LMTHD/2455LMT/C530/C580- "Pain Is Fear Leaving The Body - Semper Fidelis"

Have used them, quality

Have used them, quality product but a bit expensive. Husky liners are also very good and bit more reasonable in price.
Good luck.

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Garmin Drive Smart 61 NA LMT-S

chewbacca wrote: I was

chewbacca wrote:

I was looking for all weather floor mats for my Honda Accord 2017 last year and I stumbled on this brand:

http://www.autoanything.com/floor-mats/3d-maxpider-kagu-floo...

They're custom fit like WeatherTech products. I like their look better than WeatherTech. I have not purchased them yet. We don't necessarily need floor mats like these in Southern California where it only rains once or twice every 5-6 months. I'm just a neat freak who wants to protect my OEM floor mats. In the meantime I put old newspaper to cover my OEM mats when it rains and throws them away the next day. I may eventually get those mats.

Actually, I have got the same 3D brand for my Altima about 5-6 years ago from Costco. One time these mats were on special at Costco and bought these mats for my Altima. These are are working very well for years now.

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Iphone 7, Drivesmart 61 - LMTS, Nuvicam, Nuvi 3597LMTHD,765T,1490LMT

Thanks rookie8155. I thought

Thanks rookie8155. I thought they were only available online. I didn't know local retail stores sell them. How much did you pay for those? (note: it doesn't have to be exact numbers)

I bought locally

My brother started distributing them. No break on price. I paid $110 and that compared pretty close to on line. That was front only.

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Nuvi 2460LMT.

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pwohlrab wrote:

My brother started distributing them. No break on price. I paid $110 and that compared pretty close to on line. That was front only.

Which brand? 3D Maxpider or WeatherTech?

chewbacca wrote: Thanks

chewbacca wrote:

Thanks rookie8155. I thought they were only available online. I didn't know local retail stores sell them. How much did you pay for those? (note: it doesn't have to be exact numbers)

Sorry, I don't remember the exact price. But I believe it was around $160 Canadian for all four mats from Costco. But this price was sale price. Costco Canada still carries 3D MAXpider mats. I just checked it.

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Iphone 7, Drivesmart 61 - LMTS, Nuvicam, Nuvi 3597LMTHD,765T,1490LMT

It was weathertech

chewbacca wrote:
pwohlrab wrote:

My brother started distributing them. No break on price. I paid $110 and that compared pretty close to on line. That was front only.

Which brand? 3D Maxpider or WeatherTech?

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Nuvi 2460LMT.

Love Weathertech

I love weathertech mats. They work great and are a must especially in the winter to keep the salt and grime off your carpets.

They came over the weekend..

They were delivered on time and look and feel real nice, They are fitting in my 2018 Honda like a glove, also covers almost the full floor in front and in back.

I think these are really nice!!

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Bobkz - Garmin Nuvi 3597LMTHD/2455LMT/C530/C580- "Pain Is Fear Leaving The Body - Semper Fidelis"