Lovely and light

GLASSTINT window tints have a sophisticated film structure that is delicate enough to feel like part of the glass while boasting a semi-permanent lifespan with little to no change in performance and composition over time.

The thermal infrared cutoff rate is among the best in its class, with little variation over time.


Korea invests in the world’s most advanced optical technology. Our film has the same visual properties as QLED screens made by leading Korean manufacturers, which emphasize glare reduction and distortion reduction.


Inorganic compounds help stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer. With up to 96.2% infrared ray rejection, GLASSTINT Premium Ceramic Tint can reduce indoor summer temperatures by up to 13 degrees Celsius and block solar energy and heat better than other current films.

UV Protection

Our high-quality tinting films block up to 99.9% of UV radiation throughout all product lines, so they protect your skin from harmful UV rays thanks to advanced nano-ceramic technology.

Shatterproof Protection

Tint film uses powerful pressure-sensitive adhesive on the glass to prevent the glass from shattering in the event of an accident.


As our films are non-metallic and made of premium ceramic, they do not interfere with radio signals or call receptions. 

NFRC compliant

All GLASSTINT films conform to the National Foundation Rating Council’s (NFRC) standard guidelines and methods for measuring solar light performance. 

Scratch protection 

A 2H scratch resistant surface with a 2ply (1.5Mil) weight that has a higher construction quality index than others while still providing a fast tinting speed.

ProductIRR (up to)StyleInside ColorOutside Color
Shure X97.4% MatteBlue Charcoal Pure Black
Sunset85%ReflectiveBrown CharcoalBlack with golden shimmer
Optic W91.8%MatteCharcoalPure Black
Rode94%MatteBlue Pure Black
Pender85%MatteCharcoalPure Black

* Data based on GLASSTINT Shure X 06 IRR ~ 1000nm.

** Most of the heat-blocking window tinting films in the market are produced by mixing the hard coat film surface with substances that can control thermal infrared called Antimony Tin Oxide (ATO) and Indium Tin Oxide (ITO)