Clear Your Icy Windows In Seconds With The iceScreen

There’s not much more aggravating than being late for work because you have to scrape ice off of your car’s front windshield on a cold, blustery morning. Ug. We’ve all been there and, believe us, we don’t want a replay anytime soon. That’s why iceScreen is here to save your day.

The iceScreen is an all-weather windshield cover that is unmatchable in functionality. This windscreen cover keeps ice, frost, and snow off your window and it’s super easy to use.

The ingenious design of the ice shield features magnets on its underside, which make it fast and easy to attach to the windshield. Simply place it on the glass, and wrap the flaps inside both front doors to secure it from the wind. The flaps also double as an anti-theft deterrent.

The sturdy oxford material holds up to the most brutal weather conditions; it is waterproof and scratch resistant. The durable iceScreen comes in a range of sizes as different vehicles have different windshield dimensions. The one we link to here is a large standard cover that measures 8 x 6 x 0.5 inches; it is ideal for an SUV. Simply click on the “icescreen” username at the top of the linked Amazon page to see all cover sizes available.

Think of the time you’ll save by not having to chip the ice piece by piece off your car. It only takes two seconds to pull the 8-ounce cover off when you’re ready to get in the car. Shake off the snow or ice, and then fold it neatly into its own pocket. Store the small pouch in your vehicle’s trunk, glove compartment, or inside the man cave for the next time you need it, without taking up valuable space.

See the iceScreen in action for yourself:

Then, off you go safely with a clear window while you drive past your neighbor who is cursing the weather’s icy impact on his car (you might want to tell him about this post too).

Oh, and the iceScreen is great in the summer too; just flip the cover over and secure it on your windshield to keep your interior cool. It’ll also catch any bird droppings that make unfortunate contact with this part of your car. Sh*t just got real, yo.