Our client Larry tinted the front windshield of his Mercedes-Benz E350 with highest quality film we have, the Select DREI from Huper Optik. He was amazed with the heat rejection provided by this window film, so he came back to have his side windows done with the same window film. This is the best window tint film available in the market and provides an incredible 98-percent infrared heat rejection. The Select Series by Huper Optik engages highly specialized reflective technology that, interestingly, was developed for a NASA space shuttle. This selective technology is known as Nano Technology and was developed to protect the windshield of a space shuttle upon entry into the atmosphere, without too much impact on the visibility for the pilot.
Aside from the superior window tint film products we use, Window Tintz is extremely proud of the skills and expertise of our installers. The installation process for car window tinting is crucial toward a neat, clean-looking end result and also for the tint’s longevity. We back our products and work with a lifetime warranty. This video portrays a Window Tintz technician painstakingly applying the Select DREI window tint film to this luxury vehicle.
All in the Details
Notice the deep, dark window tint shade on the windshield. Considering the vehicle’s black paint job, Larry made a wise selection, resulting in a sleek overall impression with touches of style, privacy and even mystery. The dark shade blends almost seamlessly with the paint job, making this Mercedes stand out from other Benz models that could all look pretty much alike except for custom window tint work.
Along with the side window tint portrayed in the video at top, the overall completed project will provide an even more comfortable ride from what was a pretty pleasant ride to begin with. The dark shading will provide more privacy, along with the heat-rejecting properties Huper Optik is known for. A long-term benefit is energy savings, as Larry less often will have to rely on the air conditioning system — a major consideration for motorists in the ultra-sunny Los Angeles area.