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Have you heard of the brand Film-x?


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Im trying to decide which tint shop to use in Hong Kong for few of my cars, since tinting car windows is a relatively new business in Hong Kong unlike US(I lived in US for 10 years). Here is this shop saying that their tint Film-x is from the US and reduce heat a lot and have many colors to choose from. Where as 3M only imports 2 films that are light colors due to tinting law in hong kong, since 3M only want to stay legal with their products. So I cant use 3M if I want to go darker, so if anyone can find more about this Film-X brand?

Thank you here is the link to their shop:

http://www.solarfilm-x.com/products1_1.html

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I'm sure it will last long enough for you to get in trouble for violating the laws there.

Keep it legal.

It is legal to tint 70% up front and 44% on the rear now, they have changed the law last year.

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I'd be a little nervous about breakin laws in China... I know its Hong Kong but thats China now right? We strictly recommend going legal here, its a forum full of professionals. You wont find a doctor suggesting morphine for a headache, just like you wont or shouldnt find a professional tinter suggesting breaking the law.

I've personally never heard of Film-X

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It can be chinese copy of Spectrum-X - korean film. Funny - but in China people make copy of this item. IMHO. Not sure that Hong Kong manufacture any films - except movies with Jackie Chan :twocents

What the shop person said is that Film-X is a US brand, what I suspect is that its some random film that they just rename it, but they claim much better heat reduction than 3m color stable film and they charge preimum thats why I want to find out more about this product before I pay for it. Else I can just go to another shop!

I'd be a little nervous about breakin laws in China... I know its Hong Kong but thats China now right? We strictly recommend going legal here, its a forum full of professionals. You wont find a doctor suggesting morphine for a headache, just like you wont or shouldnt find a professional tinter suggesting breaking the law.

I've personally never heard of Film-X

I wish Hong Kong follows China's law in this case, because china allows ppl to tint their window to much lower%. And actually window tinting market of buidings/automotive is much much bigger/common in china than Hong Kong.

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