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One Way Contra Vision Window Graphics

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One Way Contra Vision Window Film 4 4.8 5 1
Our special one-way vision window vinyl means that you can see through it from one side but not the other, making it perfect for glass areas where privacy is key such as phone boxes, buses, building sites, and trade vehicles. We use genuine ContraVision® substrates for stunning results and greater durability than alternative privacy window films. Read More
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Key Features:
  • Bulk Discounts - Calculator includes great quantity discounts
  • Special material means you can see out but not in
  • Genuine Contra Vision® substrates
  • Easy to fit self-adhesive window vinyl
  • Designed to be stuck outside of windows
  • Fully weatherproof - 2+ year durability
  • Please note: If lighter inside than outside you will be able to see through the material
  • Makes glass more stable & secure
  • Reduces heat and glare from the sun
  • Printed in-house to ensure high quality results
  • Delivery: 2-5 Days
  • Want a FREE sample? Click here or call 020 8664 5660

We use genuine "ContraVision®" material. Contra vision one-way film is a special perforated self-adhesive vinyl for window graphics. Once it is digitally printed with your message and installed you can see out but people can't see in clearly. One way vision film is a very cost-effective way to increase privacy with the added benefit of using free space to promote your business.

perforated contra vision window graphic, see out while providing privacy from outside eyes

High impact window graphics that are see-through also have the added benefit of reducing heat and glare from the sun. This can reduce interior temperatures and reduce the need for air conditioning. These graphics also allow for glass manifestation. This means the glass is more visible and reduces the likelihood of accidents. It can also be used on industrial and corporate buildings with high levels of glass to add visibility and reduce the likelihood of bird strikes.

These incredibly versatile graphics are used for a wide range of solutions. They can be used in schools to replace the need for blinds or curtains and add security from the streets. They are also very popular for use on busses and other vehicles to allow passengers to still see out but also allow you to make the most of all available branding space.

Graphics printed on perforated window films tend to look less vibrant than those printed on solid vinyl because 40% of the window vinyl is missing due to the perforation process. A laminate can be added which can have a few benefits. A gloss laminate can enhance the graphics appearance, increase the lifespan of the graphic and make it easier to remove in the future.

Application Instructions

For small-scale applications such as doors or windows, our window films can be easily installed by one person. For large-scale applications such as full office fronts or busses then fitting specialists may be required.

One way vision film perforated vinyl can be installed using a few simple tools and following some basic rules window graphics are easy to apply and remove. To begin, clean your surface from dust and grease with soap and water or application fluid. Dry your surface and use a squeegee to stick down your vinyl.

Limitations: Use on flat or gently curved surfaces only. The film must not touch rubber window molding. Do not overlap panels, if two panels meet then trim the film to form a butt seam.

More Information
Product Name One Way Contra Vision Window Film
Delivery / Availability 2-5 Days Delivery
Type One Way Vision
Sided Single-Sided
Durability Long Term
Indoor / Outdoor Indoor & Outdoor
Weight 140gsm
Finishing Straight cut or contour cut
Expected Service Life 2 Years
Mounting Options Self Adhesive Vinyl
Can this Product be Recycled? No

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Do you use genuine Contra Vision?
Yes, we use the original branded media for the quality of adhesion and superb print results.

What is the expected lifespan?
It has a lifespan of 2+ years. Designed for outdoor use, your perforated window sticker is made with durable vinyl and printed with UV inks.

Do these perforated stickers offer sun protection?
Yes, they reduce glare, UV absorption, and solar heat gain within buildings by creating a tinted window effect.

Do they work at night?
If there is a light on inside the building and it is dark outside then Contra Vision stickers are less effective at obscuring the view into the building. Your decal may appear washed out or allow two-way visibility.

Can I see out?
Absolutely. Contra Vision stickers are stuck to the outside of your window. The unique feature of Contra Vision is the perforations which allow you to see through the decal from the inside.
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