Pluriel proper wind deflector?

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My Name: Frank

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I've been looking through this forum for a couple of months now, learned a lot, thanks :D .

I now have the problem of sunshine. My lovely lady cringes each time I take the roof bars off, complaining her hair ends up looking like a plate of spaghetti thanks to the wind. Hmmm. She has a point.
So, I'm looking for a wind deflector. The mesh type, sits behind the front seats, and applies magic to stop the buffering all round.

Anyone got any ideas?

I really need to avoid the 'pasta princess' look.

54 plate Sensodrive Pluriel

Thanks for any help.
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Hello Frank, welcome to the citroen c3 forum.

I have had a look at the citroen parts and accessories for the pluriel and there is no mention of an official net/mesh wind deflector.

They are very common on BMWs though, so maybe one will need to be adapted.

There are plenty of Wind Deflectors (BMW Style) on ebay which fold up neatly when not required.

The pluriel looks best in its 'spider' configuration, but it seems to come with a price.

My other suggestion is a hat and some hat pins, but you have probably thought of that already.
My Name: Frank

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Thanks for the guide, I'll have a wee lookie.

I was tempted with a trade-in, but I've had her a while and the kids like her. Suppose I'll just put up with her hair demands :lol:
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