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What You'll Get
Personal privacy is under constant threat from friends asking to borrow your identity and grandmothers looking for faces to pinch while their grandkids are on vacation. Enjoy portable seclusion with today's Groupon: for $140 you get a tinting treatment for five car windows at Mr. Tint in Escondido or Vista (a $280 value). This Groupon is valid for sedans and coupes only.
Mr. Tint's durable FormulaOne Comfort Series tint film shields delicate auto interiors and human exteriors from harsh sunrays. The auto-optimized film is designed to block up to 99% of UV rays from window penetration, reducing glare and protecting prestigious little leaguers from public scrutiny. Metal alloys bonded to the film help keep out heat. Trained tint professionals take about two hours to execute a careful application. All FormulaOne films come with a lifetime warranty, ensuring drivers stay cool for as long as their vehicles can avoid lethal street fights with more agile sports cars.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 5, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. Valid for sedans and coupes only. Extra fee for oversized vehicles. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mr. Tint
Mr. Tint deploys Formula One window films to keep people safe against heat, solar glare, and UV rays. From the Air Blue series films, whose nano-ceramic technology was designed to not interfere with electronics, to the comfort series, which comes in a rainbow of color options, each of their tints keeps 99% of UV rays at bay, and reduced heat by up to half.
The techs also outfit homes and commercial buildings with the top-shelf Vista window tinting. The film forces UV rays to face-plant against window panes rather than ghosting right through them, and blocks almost 80% of solar heat, keeping air conditioning bills down. The films can even be customized with a corporate logo or a rival company’s logo and the phrase “…likes Becky” beneath it, just to ruin that company’s relationship with Sally.