When you want the best in heat rejection but don't want to sacrifice performance or style put your trust in Avery Dennison High-Performance HP Pro Series Hybrid Automotive Window Film. Choose from great VLTs like 5, 15, 25 or 35% and get it in a convenient 100-foot roll that's 20 inches in width. Perfect for windshield visors, port windows and most side windows as well.
At 40 inches in width this 100 foot roll of HP Hybrid Pro Series Window Film by Avery Dennison is perfect for the pro and shade-tree mechanic alike. At forty inches you have the right size to do every window imaginable: side windows, rear windshields, front windshield visors, ports and more. Save time and money without having to carry multiple sized rolls of window tinting film and give your...
Sometimes you just need a sheet to complete a job which is why we offer these small 20 and 40 inch rolls in sheets of up to ten feet in length. Why buy a 100 or 200 foot long roll of HP Pro Series Window Tint film when you can get just enough to finish the front windows? Choose from all the VLT percentages offered in this series of tint and get to tinting today!
Price: $9.99 - $99.99
When you're looking to add cool and comfort to your ride, you're looking for Avery Dennison HP Pro Series Hybrid automotive window films — even if you don't know it yet. Specially formulated for keeping car interiors safer from the harmful sun, this HP High-Performance Pro Series Hybrid tint is a metal and dyed hybrid window film. HP Pro Series Hybrid Window Film gives you a warm charcoal look with rugged, 2-ply construction.
When shopping for your window tint film, you will have the option of buying pre-cut sheets or whole, uncut sheets. Pre-cut sheets are a convenient way to save time in the installation process. With advanced software and precision cutting machines, pre-cut tint film will give you a great finished product with half the work.
If you are a perfectionist with a steady hand, whole tint sheets are the only way to ensure a truly custom job - custom to your vehicle because you did the cutting based on the measurements made on your own vehicle. This is a difficult trade-off, as the tools, skill and patience required to complete the job from whole sheets aren't always accessible to the average DIY-er.
Window tint films are classified by the amount of light they allow in, by percentage. A 5% tint is much darker - and almost universally illegal on passenger vehicles - than a 50% tint. Factory tints on rear windows tend to be in the 50-70% range, so buying something on the lighter side might not actually accomplish what you are going for.
State laws regarding window tint are quite clear, and law enforcement officers don't always have a sense of humor about illegal tint. Know the laws governing car modifications in your area. If you are going to exceed the legal darkness level, know the potential consequences of your decisions.
Unlike non-reflective window tint, this metalized and dyed hybrid actual reflects light and rejects heat. Here are the reflection percentages for each type of HP Pro Series films we carry:
Many pre-cut kits will also claim to be pre-shrunk, but don't be fooled. To get the most professional-looking results possible, you must shrink the film yourself. Pre-cut kits are cut from databases, rather than from the measurements taken on the actual vehicle. This DIY project will require a lot of work on your part, and it will never be a 100% perfect fit. Pre-shrinking the tint film before it touches your window will put you even further away from that 100% perfect fit.
Luckily, pre-cut kits can give you professional-looking results, but they depend on you shrinking the tint film once it has been applied to your vehicle. For more information on the shrinking process, see our guide to heat-shrinking window tint with a wet method.