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ralyon
post Dec 10 2013, 09:31 PM

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QUOTE(lonely143 @ Dec 10 2013, 08:53 PM)
Again, we normally cover JPJ if our film VLT is within their rules.
The only troublesome is the PUSPAKOM
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Any film that is JPJ compliant could still fail test in Puspakom?

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post Dec 10 2013, 11:39 PM

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QUOTE(lonely143 @ Dec 10 2013, 10:05 PM)
The example already highlighted by goedemorgen
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I see.

Guys, anyone using Huper Optik C70 (IRR 91%) for front windscreen facing smart tag issue?
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post Dec 12 2013, 07:47 AM

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Wow, 1.1k for Llumar is cheap. Which Llumar films are you getting?
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post Dec 15 2013, 01:51 AM

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QUOTE(hanvetan @ Dec 14 2013, 11:26 PM)
I just bought my car recently in Balakong and looking for a good safety film, my salesman quoted me some 3M tinted range RM1000 to RM1800 after discount. She told me is 3M original product and giving me 3M warranty card. So, I secretly took down some pictures for survey later. Somehow, when I visit few other 3M shops, those shop people could not recognize the products I show them, they told me is not 3M film, and later when i check online, I noticed the 3M safety film available in their website is only Scotchshiled, Nano 50 and nano 70. I can't find those products in my photo. Could anybody tell me what is this about.

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Probably they apply one layer of CR70 plus another layer of 6mil security film. It's better to get Nano 70, 2 layers potentially has more problem.
Just go to one of the 3M authorized applicators listed on 3M website, you can get Crystalline Front and back and Nano for side at around the same price. Also 3M now sending e-warranty via email, not card anymore.

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post Dec 16 2013, 09:13 PM

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QUOTE(hanvetan @ Dec 15 2013, 11:24 PM)
Hi bro, thx for for your reply. My salesman not mention about the e-warranty at all. But, it is not 2 piece film, see my  pictures carefully.Crystalline 50 - 6mil, Crystalline 70 - 6mil, RE70 - 6mil and ST 70 - 5mil is actually one piece of film. After go through some survey, I think that dealer is selling fake 3M to me. I am very disappointed with my salesman and that 3M dealer. I wondering how many 3M dealer is also selling fake 3M product nowaday. Anybody can recommend V-kool, Huper Optilk, or Raytech to me. I am taking my Goft GTI next month. Must be good price and original product.Thx smile.gif
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I don't know if your 3M dealer is selling fake or not, but based on my survey, when 3M initially launched auto films, they did not have security film, as a result some 3M dealer combine Crystalline 70 with another layer of security film so they are able to sell their product as a full package. However now 3M has Nano series safety film, you can find more information about Nano here:
http://solutions.3m.com.my/wps/portal/3M/e...nge/NanoSafety/
Maybe your SA is just not up to date with the information.

If your dealer is listed in the below webpage, it should be selling genuine product.
http://solutions.3m.com.my/wps/portal/3M/e...me/Contact/WTB/

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post Jan 9 2014, 11:46 AM

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QUOTE(mits27 @ Jan 7 2014, 05:28 PM)
As far I know some 3M dealer don't sell the old security film anymore, only Scotchshield, Nano 40s, and Nano 70s. Scotchshield is 4mil and Nano 40s and 70s is 3mil. Btw, I also looking for Crystalline 70 for front and rear and Nano 40s for side. Nano 70s is too light with 66% VLT and Scotchshield TSER is really low.
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I chose Nano 70s because without tint, the window glass itself is not 100% VLT, and in order to comply with JPJ rules, one should not get tint with exactly 50% VLT.

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post Jan 12 2014, 03:04 PM

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QUOTE(shauyan @ Jan 12 2014, 10:37 AM)
I am with C70 for front and nano70s at side. The heat rejection is not as per my expectation.
My friend with nano40s i can feel the different. Of course on paper, the heat rejection for nano40s already more.
If i have choice again, i will choose C50 on side and forget about the safety tint
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Of course darker tint = more heat rejection, but you can always use sun shade to block more visible light from side window and so far JPJ didn't say we cannot use sun shade with very low VLT.
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post Jan 17 2014, 06:33 PM

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QUOTE(yeahh @ Jan 7 2014, 12:57 PM)
i went and got the new slim smart tag based on ur comments
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yes it works smile.gif
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The new slim smart tag works for me too. The old one didn't work after installing crystalline 70. Also the slim one fit into driver side coin drawer. rclxm9.gif

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