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CLASSIC

Black Armor Classic is coated with a durable, scratch resistant coating so you can enjoy years of beautiful performance without constantly replacing your cars’ window film.

SELECT

Black Armor Select ceramic is manufactured by the most technologically advanced window film manufacturing facility in the world. Black Armor Select ceramic offers you substantial heat and glare reduction with high infrared performance.

ELITE

Black Armor Elite advanced Nano ceramic composition ensures your comfort and security. Provides maximum heat rejection without the risk of interference to GPS and satellite navigation caused by traditional metal-based films. 

7 BENEFITS TO WINDOW TINTING

  • 1. Decrease Heat

    Today's window film is extremely efficient at controlling in the effect of solar energy.

  • 2. Reduce Fading

    Window film blocks 99% of UV rays, providing a sunscreen while in the vehicle

  • 3. Cut Glare

    There is no need to put up with annoying glare. Whatever the cause - direct sun, reflections from snow, water or surrounding elements.

  • 4. Improve Comfort & Save Energy

    Don't live with temperature imbalances caused by areas of extreme sun or shade, which can limit use of interior space

  • 5. Increase Safety

    Shattering glass is a hazard when accidents occue, or when vandalism or environmental effects cause breakage. The Protection offered by window films can provide a functional "safety net" that will make you feel secure & safe.

  • 6. Street Appeal

    A smart, uniform look improves the appearance of your automobiles exterior. Black Armor Window film products create a sleek polished look.

  • 7. Minimise Cancer & Sun Spots

    Black Armor stops 99% UV "A" and UV"B" thus resulting in extra protection for your family and loved ones.

What film is legal for my car?

Laws pertaining to how dark you can tint your car windows vary from state to state and country to country.

Check your state or country where your car is registered to find out applicable tint laws. These are just guidelines, please check with your local RTA for all window tinting updates available.