[1/14/2002] Reviewed by: Jim Komsa -

Applicable to: '99 +

Cloth covers to slip over visors to cover the Bright yellow (which can't be removed) stickers.

The look and fit is great but the problem I had was fading from the sun (black gloves) which didn't take to long. I pulled them off and dyed them but it happened again. I'm sure the knobmeister would have replaced them but I chose to use them as patterns and make up some new ones. I used a different fabric and I trimmed out for the mirror.(wife sews) If you don't want to pull the visors off completely,the gloves are still the best way to go.

Under 5 minutes to remove

[8/18/2001] Reviewed by: bjrich -

Applicable to: '99 + 1.8 liter

to hide the ugly warning stickers on both sides of the visors. Black cover with tan embroidery to match the interior. Looks good!

Fits so snug it required hard pulling to slip it over the visor but think that is necessary. The tan embroidery looks good on the black cover. Wish it had a cut out to allow the small mirror to still be used after the cover is on. My wife likes to take a look after a drive!

Product was shipped fast. Satisfaction assured and check was to be sent after receipt. The Knobmeister was the supplier. $20.00

Under 5 minutes to remove

Reviewed by: Erik S. ("Rick") Talbot -

One of the previously featured Hot Items, the KnobMeister's (aka Joe Portas) VisorGloves are a black stretchy fabic cover for the sunvisors on the M2 Miatas. They serve to cover the hideous yellow airbag warning labels. I puchased the plain version; there are also "Miata" embroidered versions available.

Installation was a snap and easily reversable should ever trade the vehicle and want to have the warnings in place. Fit is excellent with no gaps or unsightly bulges in the fabric.

The KnobMeister has a great product which simply and easily addresses the problem of the unsightly visor warnings on the new M2 Miata sunvisors. Service was excellent as well; e-mail order on Sunday, received on Wednesday; payment crossed in the mail.

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