Gallery: The Hail Protector: An External Airbag that Shields Your Car f...

External airbags have quickly emerged as one of the hottest automotive trends of 2013. Dutch car manufacturer TNO was the first car company to unveil exterior airbags intended to save pedestrians and cyclists from injury. Then Swedish automaker Volvo jumped on the bandwagon. Now, Texas-based Hail Storm Products has produced an entirely different kind of external airbag -- one that inflates and protects cars from the damage inflicted by hail storms.

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  1. Michael Siciliano August 13, 2013 at 4:20 pm

    Well the crowdfunding thing was a circus, so we have now launched The Hail Protector System in a normal fashion, thanks to a few great investors. Check us out at At less than the price of the typical $500 deductible ($299 to $399) and including the most powerful early warning hail alert engine in the world, plus all the accessories we include, it’s a tremendous value that is going to change auto hail damage forever.

  2. Michael Siciliano April 3, 2013 at 5:25 pm

    Save $88 on one HAIL PROTECTOR and $206 on two HAIL PROTECTORS with our FAMILY PACK2 plan Here is the site:

  3. Michael Siciliano March 22, 2013 at 5:49 pm

    HAIL PROTECTOR is Now Available on California based crowdfunding platform INDIEGOGO. Here is the link:
    Please join us in the effort to bring this product to market!

  4. Hail Protector March 17, 2013 at 12:29 pm

    Hello, Martin. Hail Storm Products has a market launch of Hail Protector on March 19th. The easiest way to find out more is to register on our site to be informed where you can buy at We appreciate your interest.

  5. Martin Pashain February 24, 2013 at 8:44 am

    who sells this product in the southern New Hampshire area, in Rockingham county? send me a email at: in care if Martin H. Pashain thank you

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