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Old 14th December 2009, 10:12   #46
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I had sent an email to 3M India asking for 3M dealers in Delhi. Later I got a call from 3M distributor.
Here are the quotes he gave me for SX4:
Sides RE50 and Back RE70 4275/-
Front CS50 3500/-
He suggested not to go for RE70 for front as its reflective and instead go for CS50.
And installation would be done at home by 3M professionals.

This was in Sep 09. Will call him again this week for final price and installation.
Thanks! Exactly what I needed!
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Old 14th December 2009, 14:33   #47
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I had sent an email to 3M India asking for 3M dealers in Delhi. Later I got a call from 3M distributor.
Here are the quotes he gave me for SX4:
Sides RE50 and Back RE70 4275/-
Front CS50 3500/-
He suggested not to go for RE70 for front as its reflective and instead go for CS50.
And installation would be done at home by 3M professionals.

This was in Sep 09. Will call him again this week for final price and installation.
Got a quote for SX4 3M filming from the dealer as follows:
Sides RE50: Rs 3,200
Back RE70: Rs 1,000
Total: Rs 4,200

Booked!
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Old 26th January 2010, 08:02   #48
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Can somebody help me to get contacts of authorized 3M guys at Trivandrum?
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Old 26th January 2010, 15:02   #49
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I do wanna know where the dealers of 3M in chennai. plz help.
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Old 26th January 2010, 16:36   #50
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some more info. i did my tucson for 14000/- with 5 yrs warranty in cochin. it was CR70 (the most transparent CR70 for windshield) all around.
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I had sent an email to 3M India asking for 3M dealers in Delhi. Later I got a call from 3M distributor.
Here are the quotes he gave me for SX4:
Sides RE50 and Back RE70 4275/-
Front CS50 3500/-
He suggested not to go for RE70 for front as its reflective and instead go for CS50.
And installation would be done at home by 3M professionals.

This was in Sep 09. Will call him again this week for final price and installation.
@arvindtayal,

Could you provide the contact details for the 3M distributor.
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I do wanna know where the dealers of 3M in chennai. plz help.

Shri Balaji Agencies, Alwarpet.
(Opp SIET college main gate)
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Shri Balaji Agencies, Alwarpet.
(Opp SIET college main gate)
Thanx for the update
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Old 3rd February 2010, 02:21   #54
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Which is better 3M RE50 or 3M CS50 ?
By the looks of the specs RE50 looks better (TSER RE50 =43 > TSER CS50 =33) But i heard that RE series is metallic so it might pose hindrance in catching mobile signals.IS IT TRUE
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Any help guys for the above query, which film to go for ?
Yes. You are right. I went for CS50. BTW RE50 which is a metallic tint goes well for white and silver vehicle. CS50 goes well for other darker shades in my opinion.
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Hi all,

i just bought a Safari GX last week and will be installing a sunfilm.

My car dealer quotes it at 2.5k for all 6 windows and the rear windshield. However, blackening the A,B and C pillars are not included and they are asking 500 more for the job. so is it really worth paying the 500 extra for the pillars?
and should i do it at the dealers place or will i be able to get a better deal from some accessories store?
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just want to let you know guys that i fixed 3M film on my Honda City
RE35 sides and RE50 (single sheet) on rear and nothing on front. It costs me 5.2K at Honda showroom, secunderabad and done by 3M. I felt it's expensive but thought of getting it done at only Honda showroom as they going to open side panels etc..

they usually put RE50 sides and RE70 on the rear (as per RTA) and charges 4.7K. Since I had put not standard they charged more :-(
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Booked my i20 today at Jayabharat, Prabhadevi in Mumbai & asked him about sunfilms.

He said he'd offer Garware films (RTO Compliant - didn't know the exact code) - 4k for front w/s & approx 2-2.5k for the sides & rear.
Is Garware good? or should i look at 3m or v-kool. My budget can only be stretched to 10k.
and i must get good cell & gps reception as a SatNav is on my buying list
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Which is better 3M RE50 or 3M CS50 ?
By the looks of the specs RE50 looks better (TSER RE50 =43 > TSER CS50 =33) But i heard that RE series is metallic so it might pose hindrance in catching mobile signals.IS IT TRUE
Have RE50 sides and RE70 back on both cars, none at front... No problems with mobile signals...
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Hi Guys I need to put sun film on sides & rear glass of my Civic. Might go for 50 or 70% visibility on side and 70% visibility at rear. My main aim is heat reduction in passenger cabin. Today I got quote as following -
1. Garware - Rs 1200
2. Lumar - Rs. 1800
3. V-Kool -Rs. 9600 ( Will be done at my house)

The v-kool is the starting range and the guy said it can reflect upto 66% of heat.

Please help..

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Manu Chawla
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