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  1. Join Date
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    #11
    Most of the heat comes from the windshield, so if you have limited budget, install V-Cool in front and cheaper tint elsewhere. ;)

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    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by falken
    Had V-Kool on my Civic cost me 15k, it really keeps the heat out. On my van, I just use the clear one on the windshield, costs me 6.5K. My thinking is this, I spend a bit more on my tint, but the cooling power is maximized, the aircon unit lasts longer and since the compressor doesn't work as hard, my fuel consumption improves a bit.
    ang mahal pala nito(V-Kool) ,pero ok din kasi ..
    para hindi lagi mag trabaho ang compressor mo lagi
    mahal din pa service ng aircon

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    #13
    Quote Originally Posted by 5Speed
    saan ba meron nito? our ride needs a replacement tint na...dami na gasgas sa loob dahil sa mga tsikiting...herherherher
    Lifted this from the Fortuner thread. Hope this helps. And let us know how the tint goes.

    Quote Originally Posted by vicoyski
    *Innova_Boy: I'll try to post pics later. Naulanan lang unit eh... Just came back from Solar Gard. Had my unit's windows tinted. Solar Gard's got the best UV protection films. They also carry V-Kool which is the most expensive window film, but offers the very best UV protection...

    If you guys are interested, just call Solar Gard at 725-5570 and look for Leslie...

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    #14
    thanks number001......

    now where to get some moolah to spend......herherherherher

    our existing tint is 3M magic....which serves us good for the last 7 or 8 yrs already....

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    #15
    I just went to the WorldBex show at the World Trade Center

    The distributor of V-Kool tints and Solar Gard was there. The V-Kool is available only in transparent shades, meaning its two-way or see-through. The Solar Gard has tints that are one-way, which is available in multiple shades like gold, green, silver, black, etc... Solar Gard also has two-way tints.

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    #16
    number001,

    paki post naman numbet ng solar guard distributor....

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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by number001
    The V-Kool is available only in transparent shades, meaning its two-way or see-through. The Solar Gard has tints that are one-way, which is available in multiple shades like gold, green, silver, black, etc... Solar Gard also has two-way tints.
    That's another reason why di me V-Kool all around, para may konting privacy. Ehehe.

    Got mine from ESL, shop nila dun sa street going to Wilson kung galing ka ng Shaw.

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    #18
    V-Kool (Philippines) Inc.

    485 Fabella Road, Brgy Hagdang Bato, Libis (Near Acacia Lane) Mandaluyong City
    Tel Nos (632) 531-3173 , 532-3167 , 534-5926 , 534-5927, Fax: 535-9443

    vkool*nsclub.net
    www.v-kool.com

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    #19
    Quote Originally Posted by geode
    how bout rike cool? it's supposed to be as good (or slightly less) as vcool pero cheaper din sya (pero still more expensive than the usual tints).
    got the rike cool naman on my car.. so far so good..

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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by RedHorse
    number001,

    paki post naman numbet ng solar guard distributor....
    Dun din sa address na pinost ni number001, distributor din sila ng Solar Gard, ok magpakabit doon may tinting room sila.

Anyone here have 'V Kool' tint?