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High Performance
This line of film is a hybrid dye- metal substrate with two ply construction measuring 1.5 mils thick. It is deep dyed with the latest UV inhibiting dyes and undergoes a metal coating process to give a greater advantage on heat rejection.

The Good:
Its dye- metal construction grants it a smooth charcoal color tone and it is one of the easiest shrinking HP films on the market. The history behind this film has proved it to be a winner in heat rejection and longevity.

The Bad:

Reception for AM radio may be randomly weak.

Signal- Safe
These films contain no metal and are the best solution for vehicles outfitted with digital equipment such as Satellite Radio and GPS Navigation Systems. These films are also two ply construction and 1.5 mils thick.

The Good:
Our Sirius Charcoal has the longest history behind it with great testimonies of durability. This film undergoes a deep dye process allowing the polyester to actually be impregnated with color rather than just coated. Its charcoal color tone comes from the newest generation of UV inhibiting dyes that causes this film to be one of the most durable long lasting films on the market. This is a high-heat film and can withstand quite a bit of "shrink abuse." Its scratch resistant coating is superb... we dare you to try to scratch it. Its adhesive is very aggressive and tacks quickly.

The Bad:
Still waiting to hear the bad on this product...

The Good:
The Sirius Black is a standard signal- friendly film that incorporates a more economical construction process. Sirius Black receives its color while its two layers of polyester are being laminated; the laminating adhesive has been treated with color therefore combining the laminating and dying steps during manufacturing. It has an appealing black color tone. Very user friendly. Great performing film for the price.

The Bad:
This is a newer product implementing a newer construction process with little history to determine longevity.