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  1. Join Date
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    #1
    Hi Guys,

    I just want to get feedback on Nano-Tech. Maganda ba to? Is this better than VKool and Huper Optik? Sabi sa shop, maganda daw to kasi walang signal interference.

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    #2
    I thought your referring to Nanotechnology use in Crysis. lol.

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    Just installed Nano-tech tint yesterday. I'm still observing it. Had super black on the sides, medium at the rear and neutral at the front.

    Below are the specs:

    Super Black:

    (Recommended for your sides and rear glass)

    Visible Light Transmission: 5%
    I.R. Heat Rejection: 92%
    Total Solar Energy Rejected: 60%
    Solar Heat Gain Coeffecient: .34
    U.V. Rejected: 99%


    Medium Black:



    Visible Light Transmission: 20%
    I.R. Heat Rejection: 90%
    Total Solar Energy Rejected: 89%
    Solar Heat Gain Coeffecient: .35
    U.V. Rejected: 99%


    Neutral:

    Visible Light Transmission: 35%
    I.R. Heat Rejection: 89%
    Total Solar Energy Rejected: 56%
    Solar Heat Gain Coeffecient: .34
    U.V. Rejected: 99%

    Nano-Tech Charcoal films are designed to fulfill three important functions: -

    Heat & Infrared rejection
    Ultra Violet ray rejection
    Increase road safety
    Reduces eye fatigue

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    #4
    how much??

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    Quote Originally Posted by yapoy86 View Post
    how much??
    Nano Tech Shaded - S.R.P. Php 19,800.00. Promo 50% off: Php 9,999.00. 5 years warranty made in Japan, 94% heat rejection. Choose from Super Black, Medium Black or Medium Neutral. Nano-Tech is E-pass, EC Tag and GPS friendly.

    Price is 10k. They gave me another discount and I got it for 9,500.

    Below is the link of their website.
    http://www.lacaraccessories.com/inde...d=59&Itemid=96

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    #6
    Using IR heat rejection in advertisements is misleading the consumers. The only accepted industry standard for heat rejection is TSER (Total Solar Energy Rejected).

    Also, each tint variant will provide different TSER values and not just a single value as advertised by the mentioned shop.

    Nanotech VIP Series
    Super Black: VLT = 8%, TSER = 58%
    Medium Black: VLT = 15%, TSER = 55%
    Neutral: VLT = 30%, TSER = 40%

    V.I.P. Series|Nano Technology

    Nanotech Charcoal Series
    Supe Black: VLT = 5%, TSER = 60%
    Medium Black: VLT = 20%, TSER = 50%
    Neutral: VLT = 35%, TSER = 56%

    Charcoal Series|Nano Technology

    Nanotech Reflective Series
    Dark: VLT = 10%, TSER = 64%
    Medium: VLT = 25%, TSER = 62%
    Neutral: VLT = 35%, TSER = 55%

    Reflective Series|Nano Technology

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    #7
    My personal comparison of TSER (Total Solar Energy Rejected) data among brands. Do take it with a grain of salt.

    Tint series that belong to same tier will provide comparable (but not exact) heat rejection performance.

    Tint series that belong to higher tier generally costs more.

    Tier 1:
    V-Kool VK and X series
    Huper Optik (All)
    SolarGard LX series
    3M CR series

    Tier 2:
    V-Kool K series
    Nano-Tech (All)
    SolarGard HP and Sterling series
    3M BC and CS series

    Tier 3:
    V-Kool OEM series
    SolarGard Non-HP series
    3M FX series

    Consider also the warranty length. 5-7 years warranty are pretty common now.

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    Thanks for the info red_one. TSER pala dapat ang tinitingnan at hindi ang infrared heat rejection.

    Btw, this is their official website. Charcoal Series|Nano Technology

    After few days of testing it, so far okay naman. Pag pasok mo sa loob galing bilad, hindi masyado luto ang leather seats pati dashboard kaya mabilis lumamig ang aircon. Tapos pag dinikit mo yung kamay mo sa salamin, parang andun lang ang init. Sa gabi, ok lang din ang neutral black.

    Yung lancer ko, 3m nakakabit sa harap pero grabe ang init, tapos sa gabi malabo talaga. Mahirap ibiyahe ng probinsiya lalo na sa mga lugar na walang ilaw. Pag bili ko nun nakakabit na kaya di ko alam ang specs ng 3m pero tingin ko magic sya. No offense sa naka 3m. Just sharing my personal experience. Kaya nung makuha ko yung bagong car, I opted for Huper Optik and Vkool based sa mga review dito. Kaso wala daw Vkool sa LA at yun na lang daw ang pinakamataas nila na inooffer. Tingin ko naman di naman sila gagamit ng di maganda kaya di na rin ako naghanap sa iba.

    Satisfied din naman ako sa performance ng tint.

    Yung kabit, so far, wala pako nakikita bubbles. Di ko pa sya naiinspect ng maigi.

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    I'm having nanotech clear 9060 installed on my windshield. I'll post feedback in a week after I've tested it. For the charcoal series they quoted the price of P8500 for the rest of the car. 10 yrs warranty from a Japanese made tint brand. Sounds comparable to vkool in specs so I'm interested to see how it compares.

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    #10
    san ang shop nila?

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