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CyberKewl
post Feb 17 2011, 03:07 PM


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Hi guys,

I'm planning to tint my car either RayTech at Seri Kembangan/Serdang Raya OR Agard Aircool at Puchong. Both prices are about the same but I noticed that Raytech's VLT is below JPJ's range (raytech vlt is 58% for all windows) while aircool's VLT is 75% for front and 53% side and rear. From the package it appears that raytech's VLT wont meet JPJ's guidelines for the front and i'm a worried of kena saman even though i'm sure the shop will say bring the saman to them and they'll settle, but its a hassle for that. Anyone tinted with raytech before or have any experience with aircool? I read around and some said aircool tint will fade, so a bit worry on this. Not planning to tint vkool as it is out of my budget range.
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post Feb 17 2011, 03:42 PM


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Go for AGARD..
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post Feb 17 2011, 03:50 PM


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anyone else?
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post Feb 17 2011, 05:18 PM


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go for it... i have 3 cars tinted with Aircool... until now almost 5 yrs i think no summon yet and further more no problem for GPS and SmartTAG at all...
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post Feb 17 2011, 07:29 PM


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yup think i will go for agard/aircool safer
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post Feb 17 2011, 11:02 PM


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post Feb 17 2011, 11:04 PM


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are u 100% sure raytech doesnt put light tint on the front?
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post Feb 17 2011, 11:08 PM


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ya lo... all tinting companies know mah to pass JPJ test ur front windscreen need at least 70% light transmission... side window and rear windscreen is 50% only...
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post Feb 18 2011, 04:28 AM


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I vote for CannyCool
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post Feb 18 2011, 07:19 AM


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QUOTE(michael9413 @ Feb 17 2011, 11:08 PM)
ya lo... all tinting companies know mah to pass JPJ test ur front windscreen need at least 70% light transmission... side window and rear windscreen is 50% only...
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that's what my SA told me when he sms'ed me the package, even their site shows that @ raytech.com.my
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post Feb 18 2011, 09:08 AM


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As for myself I would go for aircool. Cheaper and higher heat rejection.

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post Feb 18 2011, 11:48 AM


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I went for Raytech and so far, so good. Coz when I bought my car, I asked the sales guy to include it as part of the overall package tongue.gif

No problems with GPS and Smart Tag.
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post Feb 18 2011, 12:14 PM


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Where to get aircool?
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post Feb 18 2011, 12:48 PM


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Puchong opposite Jusco
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post Feb 18 2011, 12:51 PM


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Aircool.. confirm pass JPJ.. have certificate includes for inspection .. =)
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post Feb 18 2011, 03:47 PM


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yup going with aircool smile.gif
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post Feb 21 2011, 10:17 AM


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QUOTE(looseand @ Feb 18 2011, 04:28 AM)
I vote for CannyCool
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i like looseand!!:)

just a friendly reminder since i have been in this line for quite some time,NEVER trust the car tinting voucher,its just another way for your sales agent to earn extra income.

DO your survey and DO not let the vouchers mislead u...salesagents can have so many car tinting vouchers in hand,it just depends on which company is willing to pay him more,simple.

oh ya since one of the members started about the jpj issue,do make sure that the film that they provide is within jpj's regulations.nowadays they issue summon and no longer just peeling off your film.be careful..

lastly,enjoy the new cooling effect and have a wonderful driving experience smile.gif
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post Mar 19 2012, 11:15 PM


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Anyone know what is the TSER% for RAYTECH tint for n85 and CS85 serires?
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I tinted my exora bold with raytech. Front winscreen with v90 (IRR 90%) and side and rear windows with classic series Icy Blue (IRR 66%). VLT for front is 70% following JPJ ruling and sides are 50%. v90 OK with Smart-Tag.

You can tinted all windows with v90 (IRR 90%) (price 2K plus) but raytech will put the windscreen VLT 70% while others will be VLT 50%. If u want darker also can... but they will say no JPJ warranty. (its in the warranty card)
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post Mar 19 2012, 11:27 PM


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Go for cannycool..smile.gif


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Im getting a new sylphy soon and the car's sales package includes V-cool tinting as standard. I'm thinking of asking SA to delete the v-kool and reduce the package price, and do my own tinting outside.

I need safety tint which has high heat rejection and GPS/Smart-Tag friendly. My current ride had aircool installed 5 years ago and had faded now. Any recommendations for my requirements within RM1k? thanks loads
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post Aug 23 2013, 01:11 AM


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I am authorized Raytech Window Film consultant. To get latest information about Raytech International Window Film can ask more question in my thread.

Raytech Window Films are exclusively manufactured in the United States at our world-class facility in Commonwealth Laminating and Coating, Inc in Martinsville, Virginia. At this site, CLC have invested in a broad range of production and manufacturing equipment including precision laminating and coating machinery, and a state-of-the-art dyed film line. Additionally, our technical team of engineers and chemists has developed a wide range of innovative and proprietary technology that is exclusively available to our customers.

Raytech Head Office :
15-17G, Jalan SR8/1, Serdang Raya, 43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia
Customer Careline : 1800-88-3339

Please visit our international website : www.raytechfilms.com
Raytech Malaysia website : www.raytech.com.my
Raytech Youtube Channel : Raytech Channel
Locate Raytech Outlet : List of Raytech Outlet in Malaysia




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post Aug 23 2013, 01:16 AM


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Guys, why do you think you need window tinting advice. Who do not think the right person can give you the best answer? Professional people advice is very bias, they are in the field, and unprofessional people advice is very unprofessional. They might tell you Elephant is the biggest animal in the world, as they never see the whale before. Normally people, will try to tell you this "brand" is good because they only test on this "brand", and maybe that "brand".

I thinking the most important aspect you guys must know is :
a)The product you pay for it, is original or not?
b)The product you pay for it, is good quality and genuine from USA or not?
c)The specification of the film you pay for it is true or not?


1. Ask about USA manufacturer detail.
Maybe most of the tint shops might claim that their products are from USA, but when asking about the USA manufacturer info, no answer will be given. Do some home work, online check on this matter. The genuine brand will normally reveal the supplier of USA manufacturer information.

2. Make sure the product is not "Home-brand" or not original brand.
Some tricky dealer may input other product which is not original one, sell as original product and given a "new name" this call "Home brand". You guys please online check on the original product name and spec before enter the shop.

3. Original Packaging and logo stamp on film.
All original USA product is come with standard packaging and the film is printed the brand logo. Be aware when you can not find any logo on the film when you tint your car.

Try understand the point and do more research.
Thus, never ask me which brand is better. However, kindly come to me if you interested in Raytech Window Film.

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post Aug 23 2013, 03:27 PM


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i would go for cannycool.
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post Aug 23 2013, 03:50 PM


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Same for me, go for cannycool highest spec, got warranty 10 years
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QUOTE(Lord Gitsy @ Aug 23 2013, 02:16 AM)
Guys, why do you think you need window tinting advice. Who do not think the right person can give you the best answer? Professional people advice is very bias, they are in the field, and unprofessional people advice is very unprofessional. They might tell you Elephant is the biggest animal in the world, as they never see the whale before. Normally people, will try to tell you this "brand" is good because they only test on this "brand", and maybe that "brand".

I thinking the most important aspect you guys must know is :
a)The product you pay for it, is original or not?
b)The product you pay for it, is good quality and genuine from USA or not?
c)The specification of the film you pay for it is true or not?


1. Ask about USA manufacturer detail.
Maybe most of the tint shops might claim that their products are from USA, but when asking about the USA manufacturer info, no answer will be given. Do some home work, online check on this matter. The genuine brand will normally reveal the supplier of USA manufacturer information.

2. Make sure the product is not "Home-brand" or not original brand.
Some tricky dealer may input other product which is not original one, sell as original product and given a "new name" this call "Home brand". You guys please online check on the original product name and spec before enter the shop.

3. Original Packaging and logo stamp on film.
All original USA product is come with standard packaging and the film is printed the brand logo. Be aware when you can not find any logo on the film when you tint your car.

Try understand the point and do more research.
Thus, never ask me which brand is better. However, kindly come to me if you interested in Raytech Window Film.

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It seems to imply that only tinting film from USA is good. What about those from other countries like Germany, etc?
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