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    security film

    how does this stuff work?? and is it any good?? is it possible to buy this film with a tinted shade??

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    Only thing to remember is that it can make things difficult for the emergency services as well

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    This stuff works by keep any shattered glass in one piece. So even when the glass has been broken there is still a barrier stopping people trying to get into the car or stopping someone getting to you, this could be good or bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manch
    This stuff works by keep any shattered glass in one piece. So even when the glass has been broken there is still a barrier stopping people trying to get into the car or stopping someone getting to you, this could be good or bad

    So when the glass does shatter, if hit again does the barrier break or does it take multiple hits? If it does then Im gettin some

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    Multiple hits

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    It is safe?
    If someone wants to break the glass from the inside of the car? is that feasible?

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    I've seen these Pentagon Superglass take some serious whacks with a hammer and it didn't smash in.

    There maybe a problem with the emergency services trying to get in, but they have some serious kit to get past this. Before the emergency guys come though, other bystanders will find it especially difficult to get to you.

    That's the only negative though.

    The pluses is no twocer can get in your car by smashing the window, and the film will also protect your face and eyes from flying glass in the event of an accident.

    I've also been told that these windows are easy to kick out from the inside of the car.

    All in all the postives well outweight the negatives. Really good stuff.

    They come in normal and light tint guise. Don't think they come in darker shades.

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