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Ultimate Style & Looks


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Outstanding Performance

Equinox is a lighter shade from the Automotive series at Kepler and is considered a "subtle look" window tint, This window film is extremally popular in many states for the front windows and is also becoming increasingly popular for an "all around window film". Once installed you will still be able to see the cars occupants, but the vehicles glass will still be noticeably tinted. This film, like all of the series has also been equipped with advanced UV blockers stopping over 99% of the UV rays. Although a lighter shade of film, once Equinox is installed to your vehicle you will see a dramatic improvement to your cars aesthetics with a very subtle finish.

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Up To 98% Infrared Rejection


With our Equinox IR+ you can enjoy up to 81% Infrared Rejection which can keep your car dramatically cooler in those hot summer months, while also reducing your fuel costs through lower use of the A/C.

33% Visible Light Transmission


If you want a subtle window film for your car, while still enjoying heat reduction then Equinox IR+ is the #1 choice. With our advanced optical clarity meaning you'll get a great blend of style and comfort. 

99.99% UV Reduction


Equinox, like all of our other window film choices, has been constructed with 99.99% UV reduction. Meaning you and your family are protected from harsh cancer causing UV rays!

Superior Quality With Equinox Window Film


Found a series/shade that matches your needs? Kepler offer infrared heat blocking upgrades.


You can choose from our superior IR and our IR plus which stop over 80% of the infrared heat entering your car. Keeping you cool in those hotter months and helping you save money on fuel costs by lowering the air conditioning usage.

Want to find a trusted Kepler Dealer? Use our dealer locater to find your closest installer who can assist with all things Kepler.

All Kepler Automotive Products are backed with a lifetime warranty against discoloration, fading, bubbling, peeling, cracking, and delamination.

Want to compare Kepler’s films side by side? Use the K-Experience to view our films in 360 and help with your decision.

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