Today we had a Kia Optima in our studio. The owner came to tint his car with ceramic window tint film.
Kia is one of the most common brands here in South Korea. The Optima model was a hit in the Korean mid-size car market. Although it is known as Kia Optima worldwide, in South Korea it's called K5.
It's been 10 years since it was first released, but the design of the first generation is still so attractive that it doesn't feel old.
In the third generation, we see that they decided to boost the design. But not only the design, but everything else has been upgraded except for the name of the new 3rd generation K5.
Window Tint Requirements
The owner's requirements were clear visibility and a reasonable price. We got it. We showed him our ceramic tinting film Pender.
Pender is our entry-level film. Even though it is an entry-level, it has premium specifications. And visibility is totally clear.
He chose Glastint Pender tint film to have clear visibility in any environment and high performance at a reasonable price.
Tinting installation process
Even if the film is entry-level, it is a premium quality installation.
No matter what film you choose, our know-how applies equally to all vehicles, all films.
This is the way to experience a premium tinting experience at a reasonable price. Pender is an entry-level but the performance is premium.
We installed in this Kia Optima these films:
As you can see in those pictures, the result is a ceramic black look on the outside, and a clear vision from the inside. Just what our customer wanted.
Even with 35 VLT on the windshield, the visibility is stunning. You can learn more about our products here.