Ultra Clear Anti-Glare Film

$81.90$467.55

**Act now to get our new Ultra Clear Anti-Glare Film at a reduced launch price!***

Ultra Clear Anti Glare Film is placed on the outside or opposite side of the glass or acrylic than your rear projection film. The film reduces glare and reflection from the front of your display, increases brightness, widens viewing angles, and gives your viewing audience a more even viewing experience.

Unlike normal Anti Glare Film, our Ultra Clear Anti Glare Film features a unique adhesive that can be applied without water. Simply line the film up with your installation surface and press firmly to create a glare-free display.

*Note: All films are cut with a 1/16th inch margin of error.

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*Except in the case of manufacturer defect, all film sales are non-returnable.

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Description

Anti Glare Film can be used with our rear projection films,  LCD’s, Plasma, or LED screens. When using LCD, LED, or Plasma displays, the screens need to be as close as possible to the backside of the film for best results.

Ultra clear anti glare film applies much like our rear projection films do. Pulling the release layer off the back of your film exposes the built-in adhesives that will keep it affixed to your glass or acrylic surface for years to come. Our Ultra Clear Anti-Glare Film features a unique adhesive that can be applied without the use of water, making your installation process a breeze.

Screen Solutions International ships every ultra clear anti-glare film order in a secure tube and/or box to ensure its safety no matter how far it is traveling. Most orders can be shipped the day the order is received. If you would like more information, you can contact us or visit our sister-site AntiGlareFilms.com.

*Note: Ultra Clear Anti Glare Film is not recommended for use with displays in high ambient light with a display brightness of less than 500 nits. The display may not be bright enough to have viewable images regardless of Ultra Clear Anti Glare Film being used in this setup.