SPECTRA Photosync Window Tint by Prestige Film Technologies
Nanotechnology film which adjusts based on how intense the sun is.
Top-Rated Spectra Photosync Window Tint Service
AP Tinting is a leading area installer of Spectra Photosync auto tint by Prestige Film Technologies. Our goal is your complete satisfaction and we achieve this by hiring the area’s best installers and delivering top-rated work at an honest price.
With over 80, 5-star reviews on Google—and even more on Facebook—our work speaks for itself. Give us a call today to discuss your options for vehicle tint.
Experience the Benefits
“I chose Absolute Perfection to tint my Audi S3 based on all the great reviews I read. They did a fantastic job. There are absolutely no flaws in the tint whatsoever.”
“I have had my last two vehicles tinted at this location (only because I didn’t know about them before). They use the best tint products available. It’s over an hour away from my house but it is well worth the drive.”
“They do OUTSTANDING quality work, and they’ve earned a customer for life. In all honesty, they could charge significantly more than they do for the level of service they perform.”
The Highest Standard in Quality Window Tint
Each car owner has a unique set of desires. Whether you’re looking for style, UV ray filtering, interior protection, or heat reduction, SPECTRA Photosync auto tint delivers on all fronts. Here are some of the unique specifications you can expect from this line of tint, based on the level of tint you receive:
- Up to 79% total solar energy rejection
- Up to 75% visible light transmission
- 99.5% UV ray rejection
- Up to 62% glare reduction
This film is so advanced, it can adjust based on the intensity of the sun at that moment. Have you ever seen someone’s glasses darken when they walk outside? Spectra Photosync window film uses a similar technology. So whether you’re driving in bright sunlight, or on a cloudy day, your vehicle’s window film will adjust for ideal conditions.
Photosync Tint Levels
Window tint is represented as a percentage of visible light transmission levels (VLT) that can pass through the window. A higher percentage indicates a greater amount of light coming through the windows, whereas a low tint percentage will appear much darker.
The Spectra Photosync window tint series features the following VLT options: