Tinting your windows is an easier way to maintain anonymity than stuffing your car into a ski mask. Cultivate mystique with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$139 for tinting for five car windows using the Formula One classic series tint ($200 value)
$49 for a four-doors parking-lot package with the application of LLumar door-edge-guard film ($100 value)
$199 for a paint-protection city package using LLumar film ($400 value)
- Llumar self-healing paint-protection film
- Up to 18 inches applied to the hood (partial-hood application)
- Fender wrapped (partial-fender application)
$399 for a paint-protection highway package using LLumar film ($800 value)
- Everything included in the city package
- Complete front-bumper application
For option No. 2, the parking-lot package, technicians install a 5/8-inch strip of self-healing film on the car doors’ edges to help protect the edges from dings and chips.
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.