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Vendor Want to stay "Cool"? Prestige Films CeraLuxe Quantum Ceramic has you covered!

Discussion in 'Interior, Exterior, and Detailing - Sponsored' started by Tim@adonisdetail, Jun 28, 2016.

  1. Tim@adonisdetail

    Tim@adonisdetail Local Vendor - SoCal

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    Our customer looking to reduce interior cabin temperatures for his Model S as we are in the midst of a heat wave and driving comfort is important to most coming through Adonis. We are getting close to 90-95* days here in SoCal. First off, let's answer some FAQs:

    1. How does Prestige's CeraLuxe differ from the other "Ceramic" tints on the market?
    a) Dyed Films (the most popular due to cost and availability) - 20%-30% in infrared rejection / Total Solar Energy Rejection: 20%-40%
    b) Metallic Films (dying breed due to more and more electronics in cars today) - 40%-60% infrared rejection / Total Solar Energy Rejection: 40%-55%
    c) Ceramics (certain ceramic brands actually still use metallics despite claiming none in its composition and will also distort when heat shrunk to fit to the rear glass) - 50% - 80% infrared rejection / Total Solar Energy Rejection: 40% - 55%
    d) IR film - 45%-55% Infrared Rejection / Total Solar Energy Rejection: 40% - 55%

    E) CeraLuxe Quantum Ceramic Nano Window Film (only technology of its kind) - up to 96% Infrared Rejection / Total Solar Energy Rejection: 52% -71%

    Tesla shown has CLX45% on front sides, CLX33 on rear*

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    Call 760-815-5933 or email us at Tim@adonisdetail.com for more info or questions.
     
  2. BigTonyTones

    BigTonyTones Member

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    How does it compare to photosync? Is it a step down but lower cost? I was debating which of the two I will do to my new car
     
  3. Tim@adonisdetail

    Tim@adonisdetail Local Vendor - SoCal

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    I've attached brochures of each so you can compare stats on both. CeraLuxe provides all the benefits of Photosync but slightly less performance 15-20% approximently. PhotoSync is the top dog in terms of outright performance, the both look very similar although CeraLuxe does have a slightly more green hue to it. CeraLuxe is priced about 20% less than PhotoSync so does provide a great value for the performance you receive!
     

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