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Quazacolt
post Dec 20 2017, 10:32 PM

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QUOTE(magic_underwear @ Dec 16 2017, 01:31 PM)
Just tint my Mazda CX-5 yesterday using Hüper Optik. Initially was suggested Select 75 (FWS) and Ceramic 40 on the rest. End up opting for Ceramic 40 for entire car as was told Select 75 (and even Sech 60) may stumble upon issues with Smart Tag and access card for my condo due to the metal and other commodities in the film. C40 isn’t as dark as I want. Would have gone C30 but le misses is afraid of stumbling upon JPJ 😒. It looks ok dark now as my interior is in dark shade. Now waiting for the film to completely dry off and stick well with the screen.

Let’s see the heat dissipation/rejection and the rest are as good as it quoted or at least a good fight against our glorious sun.

*The above is solely my own opinion as yours may differ.
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Just gotten my FWS C40 and rest C30

Crazy good against sun, however was regretting a bit as had issues on smart tag.
And since New tint, advised not to wind down window so opened door doh.gif

However after few days, smart tag working without the need to wind down window.
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post Dec 21 2017, 05:30 AM

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QUOTE(WannaGetBuffed @ Dec 21 2017, 12:44 AM)
The HO darkness will go lighter as it deteriorates. Your C40 will become c60 in 5 years time biggrin.gif
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i'm actually hoping that to be the case as i tinted c40 front and rest all c30's LOL
Quazacolt
post Dec 28 2017, 01:30 PM

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QUOTE(WannaGetBuffed @ Dec 27 2017, 03:00 PM)
nothing to complain if a product works as advertised for 10 years. Being protected from hot sun for RM1 a day for 10 years, what is there to complain.

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Aye, my self justification for burning my wallet for branded tints
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post May 20 2019, 07:04 PM

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QUOTE(KennRicky @ May 10 2019, 06:15 PM)
no issue from me for Huper Optik on 2 vehicles.

Didn't face the issues mentioned in your links.
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post Jul 22 2019, 05:28 AM

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QUOTE(kenphora @ Aug 5 2018, 09:12 PM)
Anyone here heard of Rayno Tint Film or tried having it installed? They seem to be very new in the market but a simple search on Google produced a lot of good demo videos and their website is extremely informative too. It uses carbon nano ceramic technology backed by a 10 year warranty for discoloration, bubbling, etc. Seems rather promising but yet too come across any feedback fron personal owners.
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QUOTE(Vervain @ May 26 2018, 07:44 PM)
guys. whats your take on rayno. the claim to be carbon ceramic
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my Sister's new Persona just tinted with Rayno S9 series full car with 50 in front/driver and passenger and 20 in rear/left right passengers.

https://www.raynofilm.com/automotive/phantom-specs
specs vs Huper Optik on my 86
http://www.huperoptik.com.my/product

name/model VLT VLR IRR UVR TSER
Rayno S9 50 50 6.2-6.3 92 99.9 53
Rayno S9 20 20 5.1-5.4 93 99.9 64
Huper Optik C30 30 12 86 99 63
Huper Optik C40 42 9 80 99 55

Pricing wise S9 is actually on par/more expensive than HO, however with ongoing promotions/incentives to enter the market as a newcomer, they are usually few hundred cheaper.
Example: HO Ceramic series full car about 1.9-2.1k
Rayno S9 will be about 1.6-1.8k

Haven't really driven around under hot sun, so user review to be posted a bit later.

 

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