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What You'll Get
Tinted windows prevent bright sunlight from damaging your car’s upholstery and pale moonlight from making you fall in love with your steering column. Avoid glares with today’s Groupon to 310 Tinting. Choose between the following options:<p>
- For $59, you get window tinting for the front two windows of a car (a $129 value).
- For $149, you get a window tinting for five windows on a two-door car (a $350 value). Four-door and large cars will incur an extra fee of $25 per window.<p>
The technicians at 310 Tinting outfit autos in Solar Gard window films tailor-fit by a computerized cutting system. Window tints upgrade the cars’ cosmetic appeal and transform regular rides into strapping autos whose interiors are free from scalding heat, UV rays, and sunbathing backseat drivers. Front-window tints shroud cockpits for front-passenger privacy, and full-car treatments outfit five legal windows in sun-defying films that prevent balmy interiors. Through the use of a computerized cutting system, technicians are able to install fitted window films that cling to the glass with aesthetic precision, avoiding embarrassing gaffes such as missed corners, sloppy edges, or loose, baggy films that look like hand-me-downs from 1970s conversion vans. The treatment takes 60–90 minutes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 16, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. New clients only. 2-window option not valid for SUVs, RVs, or Buses. Extra $25 fee per window for 4-door cars, large cars, and extra windows. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Rob's Glass Tinting
In 1986, Rob of Rob’s Glass Tinting found an automotive outlet for his artistic side. While employed by an auto dealer, Rob witnessed a window-tinting expert work his magic and decided on the spot to follow suit. He apprenticed with the expert for two years before opening Rob's Glass Tinting in 1988, darkening the panes of homes, cars, and boats with Solar Gard film.
Through the use of a computerized cutting system, technicians are able to install fitted window films that cling to glass with aesthetic precision, avoiding embarrassing gaffes such as missed corners, sloppy edges, or loose, baggy films that look like hand-me-downs from 1970s conversion vans. They can tailor tints for any make or model of car, and their work has graced cars from automakers such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Rolls Royce, and Bentley.