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Bronze Reflective Window Film


Bronze reflective window film is one of the best performing films for solar control and privacy. It is excellent at reducing a large amount of solar heat, glare and UV rays. It has the added benefit of being a one-way vision window film under the correct lighting conditions. This film is widely used on homes, businesses and conservatory roofs. Keep your room cool in the summer by reflecting the sun’s heat. Reflects bright sunlight so you no longer need to strain your eyes to view the computer or TV screen. It has a high reflective tint which gives it excellent performance. As well as reducing solar heat and glare it helps to stop the sun from fading your property’s interior. This film helps your air conditioning unit to work better. You’ll save money on your air-con bills. Creates a more comfortable environment. This is a great choice for conservatory roofs which can be unbearable in warmer months. Bronze reflective film gives you instant and dramatic results his reflective window film has a bronze tint. It allows vision out during the day. It may give a mirrored appearance from the outside but this depends on the lighting conditions. As such this one-way window film can be used for daytime privacy. It allows you to see out but stops people from seeing in to create a one-way vision effect this film needs a 3:1 light ratio. This means it needs to be three times brighter outside than it is inside. If it’s three times brighter outside than inside then you will be able to see out and people won’t be able to see in. This means that the following conditions normally need to be met to get a 3:1 light ratio for the film to work correctly. All the windows in the room are covered. It’s daytime. The outside of the glass is not shaded from the sun.

  • Ideal for homes & businesses
  • Create one-way vision privacy during the day
  • Stops solar heat & glare
  • Stops up to 99% of harmful UV rays
  • Slows down fading caused by the sun
  • Bronze from the outside, bronze tint from the inside.
  • Scratch resistant coating
  • Self-adhesive
Roll Width

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Roll Length

1 metre, 2 metres, 3 metres, 4 metres, 5 metres, 6 metres, 7 metres, 8 metres, 9 metres, 10 metres, 11 metres, 12 metres, 13 metres, 14 metres, 15 metres, 16 metres, 17 metres, 18 metres, 19 metres, 20 metres, 21 metres, 22 metres, 23 metres, 24 metres, 25 metres, 26 metres, 27 metres, 28 metres, 29 metres, 30 metres


Visible Light Transmission: 12%
Heat Rejection: 76%
Glare Reduction: 91%
UV Rays Blocked: 99%
Fade Protection: 81%
Thickness: 50 μ

Warranty: 10 years

The stats above are a guide.  These are based on tests on 4mm thick single glazed windows.

Glass Compatibility

Our film is compatible with the following vertical glass installations

Toughened Single Pane 

Clear Yes
Tinted Yes
Reflective tinted Yes

Toughened Double Pane 

Clear Yes
Tinted Yes
Reflective tinted Yes
Gas-filled Yes
Low-E Yes

Un-toughened Single Pane 

Clear Yes
Tinted No
Reflective tinted No

Un-toughened Double Pane 

Clear No
Tinted No
Reflective tinted Caution*
Gas-filled No
Low-E No
Laminated  No

Recommendations provided on the basis of a glazed surface covering up to 2.5m², contact us for definitive details or to obtain a thermal chock analysis report.

*If labelled caution then please contact us before purchasing as we will need additional information to say whether the film is safe to install

1 review for Bronze Reflective Window Film

5.0 Rating
1-1 of 1 review
  1. Quick delivery. Clear instructions, does the job very well, only problem was cutting edge close to rubber seal, operator error! Next time, if I do it again I will cut to slightly smaller than window dimension.

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how easy is it to fit this window film? Bruce Pope asked on 2 July 2022

We get asked this from time to time. It's a very difficult question to answer as a lot depends on the individual. We've sold thousands upon thousands of metres of window film and it's only been on a couple of occasions when a customer has messaged us and said it's impossible to fit. As long as you are competent at DIY and read the instructions first before installing then you shouldn't have any problems. Most people who do have an issue are due to missing a step from the window film instructions.

Paul Foster answered on 2 July 2022 store manager
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