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Jiffyhood
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Jiffyhood

Jiffyhood(TM)

ASA's IFR training hood is comfortable, light, and does the job at a reasonable price. Light gray with black adjustable straps.

 

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Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Best IFR hood
by A Customer from NM USA 

Pros: Very effective, inexpensive, durable
Review: It's simple and restricts your view outside the cockpit well while still giving you good visibility of the instruments. Use with glasses and headset are not a problem. The hood can be worn with the elastic band outside the headset, so no need to remove your headset to don/doff the hood. If you need a bigger elastic band or want to replace the existing one, regular elastic and regular snaps are all you need to make a new one.
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Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Good for IFR
by Matt from Salt Lake City UT USA 

Pros: good for glasses
Review: It was great for IFR training because I wear glasses.
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Tuesday, May 21, 2013
itss a bang up whiz
by John from Visalia CA USA 

Pros: can't wait to use it
Cons: don't want to use it
Review: Looks great sitting in the back seat of my car
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Wednesday, November 21, 2012
by Billy from lincoln AL USA 
Review: Good for what its used for.. a hood what can one say
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Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Great hood!
by Paul from Southlake TX USA 

Review: I used two other hoods before this one arrived. It's comfortable and works very well.
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Thursday, June 28, 2012
good product
by Bryan from Turlock CA USA 

Pros: works well with my eye glass's
Cons: none that I have found
Review: Rugged
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Wednesday, November 30, 2011
It Works
by Norman from Gardnerville NV USA 

Pros: Cheap, funcitonal, comfortable
Review: This is the only hood I have found to work over my "cheaters" that I use to clearly see the panel. Other things like foggles do not properly fit over my granny glasses.
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Monday, October 17, 2011
Serves it's purpose for someone who has to wear glasses.
by A Customer from Dunnellon FL USA 

Review: Works well even though it is easy to cheat and look outside if you so desire. The only real negative I have with the product is that it is a little unconfortable where it attaches to the temples of your head. However, I put a small piece of duct tape on each side of the unit on the inside to create a cushion and it solved the problem.
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Friday, August 26, 2011
by Ruben from Chula Vista CA 
Review: I think its better than the foggles, but neither are one size fits all, this one I think it just fits most. I prefer the elastic band over my forehead than glasses pressing on the sides since it causes me headaches.
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Monday, July 18, 2011
Good Product
by Bill from Grass Valley CA USA 

Pros: Long enough out front and comfortable under the hood
Cons: Sides do not come down enough to prevent outside references
Review: The hood is plenty long, comfortable, and works well under the headset. Unfortunately I doubt there is a product to cut all outside references. I fight cheating because the sides of the hood do not come down quite far enough to prohibit seeing out the window. I'd buy this product again.
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Sunday, June 13, 2010
by Travis from Placerville, CA 
Review: It's definitely useful. I wear glasses so this allows me to put it on without taking off my glasses. The only con I have about it is that the sides near my temples push in a little bit, but that could be because I have a larger head.
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Thursday, April 22, 2010
NEED A LITTLE BIT MORE PANEL CONCEALMENT
by RONALD DOMEK from APPLE VALLEY CA USA 

Pros: LIGHTWEIGHT
Cons: NEED MORE PANEL CONCEALMENT
Review: THE BILL NEEDS TO BE A LITTLE BIT LONGER TO AVOID ANY PEEKING EVEN IF YOU DONT WANT TO. IT COULD ALSO BE DOWN ON THE SIDES A LITTLE MORE. OTHERWISE, THE CONCEPT IS THERE. WHEN INSTRUMENT TRAINING, YOU CERTAINLY DONT WANT TO UNAVOIDABLE "SEE OUTSIDE".
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Wednesday, April 07, 2010
It works
by Robert from Statesville NC USA 

Pros: Comfortable and effective
Review: I've used foggles and I like the hood better. It definitely blocks outside reference if worn properly. Also, I found if you wear it under your headset, it works best. All you have to do is raise it up on your forehead when DA hits and it's not cumbersome for landing.
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Wednesday, December 30, 2009
Perfect hood for me
by LeRoy from Laurel MD USA 

Pros: Perfect for progressive lens wearers/ No extra weight on nose
Cons: None
Review: I wear progressive glasses. I really wanted to get foggles, but it dawned on me that the foggles will obstruct the top portion of my progressive lenses. That simply means that with foggles, I would be looking out of the bottom of my lenses all the time which means I would be looking at the instruments with the reading portion of my lens. I always look at the instruments from the top part of my lens. So foggles were out. My instructor has this very same hood, but the elastic in the band has worn out and it's uncomfortable. The elastic on the new hood is perfect and should work fine for years to come, because it won't get used by others. I also like this hood because I can push it up at DA/MDA and even land/taxi with the hood up. And there are no plastic hinges to break!!!
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Thursday, April 02, 2009
Not what I expected
by Bill V. from NJ 

Pros: price
Cons: Very Clumsy, strap binds
Review: Felt like my dog coming out of the vet. with a cone on his head. Difficult to put on while flying. Wish I had of done more homework.
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Monday, March 30, 2009
Jiffyhood just what I needed
by Robert from Monrovia CA USA 

Pros: inexpensive, fits over headset and sunglasses
Cons: none
Review: Simple, inexpensive, works as expected.
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Monday, February 02, 2009
Great Value
by Steven D. from Milan MI USA 

Pros: Adjustable fit, good price, stability while in use, reasonable cost
Cons: Larger to store than some other designs
Review: Not pretty but works great. Fits over your cap and headset. Comfortable, stable, and good at allowing you to see what you need while restricting your vision outside.
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Monday, September 15, 2008
I would buy this product again
by Jason from Texarkana TX USA 

Pros: Can wear with corrective lenses or sunglasses and is comfortable
Cons: Take up more room in flight bag than foggles
Review: This product met my expectations. The Jiffyhood is good for pilots who need to wear glasses for corrective vision or sunglasses. The Jiffyhood is light weight and easy to take on and off in the cockpit and it limits the pilots view more than foggles. The Jiffyhood is also more comfortable than foggles when wearing a headset.
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Tuesday, January 01, 2008
GOOFY BUT GREAT
by OSCAR / COMMANDER 114 from Duncan OK USA 

Pros: GOOD FIT AND FINISH, LIGHT WEIGHT, GOOD LIMITATION OF VIEW
Cons: VIEW LIMITATION COULD BE A LITTLE BETTER
Review: EXCELENT FIT AND GOOD LIMITATION OF VIEW. MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP IS EXCELLENT. BY FAR THE BEST SOLUTION FOR THE PILOT WHO WEARS GLASSES. I HAVE TRIED MANY OTHER PRODUCTS AND HAVE BEEN REPEATEDLY DISAPPOINTED. THIS ONE DID NOT DISAPPOINT.
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Monday, November 05, 2007
Most comfortable hood I have ever used
by Wesley from Leesport PA USA 

Review: I have been using a hood for instrument training for years. The old one actually broke and I replaced it with this one. It is unbelieveablely comfortable and make using it a real pleasure and as a bonus it goes on easy and comes off easy. This is a great improvement on an old idea.
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Wednesday, April 25, 2007
It does the job!
by Dale from Kansas City, MO 

Review: The unit performs the same function as the "foggles" however one big plus for me is the fact that it blocks out the sun and as a result its much easier to see the instruments when flying into the sun.
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