It’s clear where the company producing the relatively new DUB Window Film wants to go with its film: at the luxury market. Using the term IR – for infra-red – as well as “luxury” often to describe the film is a hint. Often the film is called DUB IR Luxury Window Tint and the company focuses on the same protective qualities as other manufacturers of high-quality tint like LLumar and Huper Optik. Car owners who choose to go with a high-end window tint film are savvy to what they’re getting, whether it means making their car look better on the outside, or stay cooler on the inside.
Users Say the DUB Window Tint May be Lower Priced
Every auto enthusiast wants to know how much the luxury window tints cost, including the DUB Window Film. So far the DUB window tint has not attracted detractors online regarding its pricing. “I used to have 3M Crystralline on my previous car and the DUB IR was about the same performance at a cheaper price,” wrote on reviewer on priuschat.com. So despite marketing itself heavily on the “luxury” tagline, it appears so far that the DUB window film company has been careful not to price itself out of the market. That may not last, though; now might be the time to give the DUB window tint a try.
DUB Window Tint and Performance
If you have experience with the DUB window tint, please let us know. We appreciate the feedback for all our products – and Window Tintz uses only the highest-quality window tint films available. We’re particularly interested in how it compares with other films regarding exterior look, performance and how it seems to be aging. Lower-quality window films can have a tendency to fade or discolor over time. The DUB window film is said to block 99 percent of ultraviolet rays, obstruct over 80 percent of infrared light intrusion, deflect 60 percent of heat that gets inside your car, and has full 100-percent clarity with tints regardless of light or dark tint.
More Specifics for the DUB Window Tint
Following are more details for the DUB Window Tint that may help make your decision for a luxury window tint film for your car. The DUB window tint film is made from advanced nano-ceramic laminated film, and is resistant to scratching, is non-reflective and is said to be easy to install. Its non-metallic construction provides enhanced protection from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays (UV rays) which can cause cancer and damage the eyes. The company says it’s guaranteed against peeling, fading and cracking, and uses this slogan to describe its product: “DUB IR is tint with technology.” Sounds pretty good for you luxury window tint film fans.