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Flyeyeskit - Light tinting

Discussion in 'GadgetZ, GismoZ and Bling' started by z3cade, Jun 28, 2012.

  1. z3cade

    z3cade Zorg Guru (III)
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    Hi Guys just thought i would pass on some info of a great product that alows you to tint your lights witout having to fork out for new lights or perminatly change your standard ones!

    Very easy to use, has a great finish!! and can be removed easily.

    the kit i ordered was enougth to do all my lights if i had wanted and was only £10.99 delivered!!

    FlyEyesKit.co.uk



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  2. badman gee

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    good value.

    :D
     
  3. SeaSurfer

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    That looks great Liam, very nice now :D \:D/
     
  4. SeaSurfer

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    Liam, did you get the black or grey tint ?
     
  5. HornelZ3M

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    very smart looking now Liam. Does it affect night driving. B-)
     
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    Looks great - suits the car now with the darker panel :-bd
     
  7. r37

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    whats it like compared to lamin-x. I have the 7% tint on the front and it took a noticable amount of light away on main beam. Something that looks the same but wont sap light would be excelent.
     
  8. z3cade

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    when you select a colour ie black or grey you have a choice of shades.. i chose black which had two shades to choose from, i ordered the `black2` the slightly lighter black. ;)

    They do the film in many colours Gill.. how about some purple for your lights!!!?? :D

    r37 - the film itself has 1000s of holes in it so it lets pritty much all the light pass through. It comes with info stating it complys with all Mot rules etc.. you can even use it on your front lights!!

     
  9. SeaSurfer

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    I thought about that Liam, but i have enough purple on me at the moment without sugjecting poor old zeddy or Tess to any aswell :D