Window film innovator Contra Vision – whose products are sold in Australia by Spandex and Starleaton - is offering its exclusive high definition range of perforated window films at a price comparable to standard alternatives.
“Contra Vision HD can be used anywhere that standard perforated window film is used, as well as in thousands of places previously not considered,” said the Manchester, UK-based global manufacturer. “This is due to the film’s micro perforations, which allow for greater detail and finer text along with unbeatable image quality and the smoothest see-through.
“If you want your graphics to stand out in competitive retail environments, then you need to try this range. You will be able to create the most vibrant window graphics thanks to 1mm diameter holes which are 60% smaller in area than standard one-way vision window films. The micro-perforated product range is a world first and only available from Contra Vision.”
Niek Ermes, owner of Canadian vehicle wrap business Get Wrapped, said: “Get Wrapped have named this product as their favourite from Contra Vision because it prints beautifully. We like the see-through vision from inside even from extreme angles and particularly like how graphics printed on it look on vehicle wraps.”
Get Wrapped used Contra Vision HD for vehicle graphics on a fleet of Metrolinx buses.
Key benefits of the Contra Vision Performance range include:
Polymeric face film that prints beautifully
Unique universal liner featuring Grayliner for image integrity
Compliant adhesive that supports easy application and clean removal
Contra Vision products transform glass into opportunities for advertising, branding, one-way privacy, solar shading and decorative architectural features, while retaining excellent see-through from the other side. “Our invention started a new type of advertising which spread across the world, making the Contra Vision brand a byword for one-way vision window graphics. We continue to innovate and have established an unrivalled range of technologies and printable window films.”
Further information is available on a dedicated HD page on the Contra Vision website www.contravision.com