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LLumar Air 80 Clear

Any concerns about them? I have an appointment next to do the Front windshield and moon roof with LLumar 80 Air Clear. Question are is it clear and not blue, I expect it to be clear? Can you still see well at night. If not I would go crazy. I wish they had LLumar 90 but that maybe a Texas thing. I'll ask if they have a roll. My goal is to have cabin at least 10% cooler when out in the sun
 
I’m shooting for clarity with heat rejection on these windows. Not looking to further privacy. Already ceramic tinted the rest of the windows.

@vtplm Do you feel it helped with reducing cabin heat when sitting out in the Sun or driving?

Ya huge difference in direct sunlight. Check out the ir rejection and tser in whatever you go with. I've done it with the last three cars and will probably never have a car without it again. Therr is already decent heat rejection on the roof, much better than the windshield, but a lot of people still opt to do it.
 
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Any concerns about them? I have an appointment next to do the Front windshield and moon roof with LLumar 80 Air Clear. Question are is it clear and not blue, I expect it to be clear? Can you still see well at night. If not I would go crazy. I wish they had LLumar 90 but that maybe a Texas thing. I'll ask if they have a roll. My goal is to have cabin at least 10% cooler when out in the sun

I've had this exact tint on the windshield of my last 3 cars. They're clear and you won't even notice they're there. If you wear polarized sunglasses you'll see rainbows which is with all tints I believe. The heat rejection was worth it. The oldest car I had it on was a 2015, and when I traded it in in 2020, you can tell the tint was starting to go bad, objects started to become fuzzy/blurry. I'd still do it again, and if anything have it redone/removed if it went fuzzy again.
 
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I've had this exact tint on the windshield of my last 3 cars. They're clear and you won't even notice they're there. If you wear polarized sunglasses you'll see rainbows which is with all tints I believe. The heat rejection was worth it. The oldest car I had it on was a 2015, and when I traded it in in 2020, you can tell the tint was starting to go bad, objects started to become fuzzy/blurry. I'd still do it again, and if anything have it redone/removed if it went fuzzy again.
I had the 90 Crystalline on my Prime and had Oaklely prescription sunglass with no issues or rainbow.
 
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