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Hi Guys.... A potential customer writes to me:

"Whilst at a car show in September I saw a vehicle with tint that are

supposedly new to the market, I was told by the owner that they were

'Titanium'. From the outside of the car they appear almost clear from one

angle and then from another angle you can hardly see in at all !!

All of the tinters I have spoken to either tell me that such a tint doesn't

exist or that they have never heard of it, it does exist because I`ve seen

it. I`ve been told that different suppliers call shades of tint by different

names and have since seen a Titanium, it wasn't the one I'm after, it was

black. Can you help?"

It could be any one of the 'metallized' films on the market, or it may be a trade name.

Anybody help? (UK) :rollin

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Hi Guys.... A potential customer writes to me:

"Whilst at a car show in September I saw a vehicle with tint that are

supposedly new to the market, I was told by the owner that they were

'Titanium'. From the outside of the car they appear almost clear from one

angle and then from another angle you can hardly see in at all !!

All of the tinters I have spoken to either tell me that such a tint doesn't

exist or that they have never heard of it, it does exist because I`ve seen

it. I`ve been told that different suppliers call shades of tint by different

names and have since seen a Titanium, it wasn't the one I'm after, it was

black. Can you help?"

It could be any one of the 'metallized' films on the market, or it may be a trade name.

Anybody help? (UK) :rollin

Hi Mototint,

TITANIUM is a name of Solar Gard (Bekaert) automotive films. There R Bekaert office in UK - Oakley Petts is chief :rollin But realy U can buy

our films - My partner Jed Southgate have it on stock in Nottingham - his e-mail: dartsfilmzGB@aol.com or mobile: 7973531325. Best regards,

Leonard

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'Titanium'.

From the outside of the car they appear almost clear from one

angle and then from another angle you can hardly see in at all !!

But films U R telling about is called LUMISTY - manufactured in Japan, our analog DARTZ.MATRIX - but U canm not use it on auto. So what do U need - TITANIUM or film seen from one angle? I have some kind of fiolm on stock also.

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Or check under the items for sale column. Olfa had a lifetime suplly especially made he has so much love for it. Me. I sold the remaining 9 rolls I had of it to sl*t - just did'nt use it. Still using any of that stuff sl*t or has it been gone?

But Leo, I think you're right. It does sound like Lumisty.

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Lumisty (a Madico product, I believe) is the film that performs as described, directional viewing change. :beach

Titanium WAS the buzz word back in the days. Today, those that have figured out it is not the metal you want in film as far as dry time is cconcerned, and have since moved onto something else that has a lower vapor transmission rate (LLumar's Centaur is an example; PT = phony titanium :rollin:rollin ).

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Lumisty (a Madico product, I believe) is the film that performs as described, directional viewing change. :thumb

Titanium WAS the buzz word back in the days. Today, those that have figured out it is not the metal you want in film as far as dry time is cconcerned, and have since moved onto something else that has a lower vapor transmission rate (LLumar's Centaur is an example; PT = phony titanium  :thumb  :rollin ).

What U mean MADICO product? MADICO don't manufacture this film.

I think that lot of films made in USA R really made in Asia.

Titatnium is name of one of SG autolines. Not sure that they R also made in US.

Soory, for reality :thumb

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What U mean MADICO product? MADICO don't manufacture this film.

I think that lot of films made in USA R really made in Asia.

Titatnium is name of one of SG autolines. Not sure that they R also made in US.

Soory, for reality  :thumb

You may be right on the Mad reference (Lintek, who owns Madico, is a company from Japan), but you are dead wrong on the other, Leo. Someone must really be pumpin' you full of tales.

Maybe it's that same group I use to buy film from for 13 years, and today, they still don't get it.

Film made in Asia floods the rest of the world and films made right here where metint works, floods the USA and part of the globe.

Reality can be found here and the dark ages, at best, elsewhere. :rollin

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