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XPEL Jeff

Guinness World Record for Auto Window Tinting Set!

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"Professional" in open air bays and touching the adhesive and I'm sure the Guinness world record official knows anything about window tint. 
 
Not knocking the whole thing just think the hype is higher than the truth.

Every window was inspected by an actual tinter for quality. Creases, short cuts or contamination had to be redone or it didn’t count. The quality inspectors were a mix of tinters, two IWFA people and a distributor from another film company other than Xpel. The rep from Guinness was on the floor the entire time to make sure no corners were cut.

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7 hours ago, XPEL Jeff said:

Congrats to the team at SunStoppers for setting this new world record!

 

 

I saw at the end of the video all vehicles recieved Prime XR film. Was the black or the charcoal and at what VLT?

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I saw at the end of the video all vehicles recieved Prime XR film. Was the black or the charcoal and at what VLT?

All North Carolina legal, from the outside looking in it’s black but the film on the inside looking out has a slight blue hue to it.

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1 hour ago, Stewy said:

438 windows 170 vehicles from 21 installers and a bunch of helpers and assistants in 8 hours. That's an average 8 to 9 vehicles per installer and/or 20 to 21 windows per installer. 

 

Actually, they ran out of cars after 6 hours (I think there was a lunch break in there too), but 8 hours was the agreed upon time frame to judge the effort. 

 

This wasnt about proving themselves to other tinters, it was about drawing attention to the tint industry and their business.  SunStoppers was all over the news in the Carolinas.

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8 hours ago, highplains said:

I saw at the end of the video all vehicles recieved Prime XR film. Was the black or the charcoal and at what VLT?

 

What you saw in the video was actually the XR Plus Black 45, which blocks a lot more IR than the XR Black (hence the bluer appearance).  On lighter VLT's  more of the IR coating must be added to achieve high IR rejection numbers (97% for the 45 VLT).  That coating is what gives films more of a blue tone.  The XR Black is much more of a true black than XR Plus.

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5 hours ago, XPEL Jeff said:

 

What you saw in the video was actually the XR Plus Black 45, which blocks a lot more IR than the XR Black (hence the bluer appearance).  On lighter VLT's  more of the IR coating must be added to achieve high IR rejection numbers (97% for the 45 VLT).  That coating is what gives films more of a blue tone.  The XR Black is much more of a true black than XR Plus.

Congradulations you guys  did good!!!

Edited by quality tintz

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