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Clear Vinyl Wrap

Post by AlanW » 04 Dec 2017 19:34

Just out of interest, but has anyone used a product called 'invisiframe'?

They do, amongst other things, a bespoke clear vinyl kit to protect your frame.

http://www.invisiframe.co.uk
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Re: Clear Vinyl Wrap

Post by Hels147 » 04 Dec 2017 21:36

I've never used it, but it's pretty prolific in the world of mountain biking. Ive seen a lot of people use it.
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Post by AlanW » 04 Dec 2017 22:48

I've used BikeShield in the past with great effect and it's the same principle. But I like the idea of CAD designed and precut vinyl bespoke to your frame
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Re: Clear Vinyl Wrap

Post by GavPass » 05 Dec 2017 17:28

Yep. I've got it on my MTB

It's a great product and each set is design specifically for your frame. An expensive and long process to protect your bike, but well worth it!

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Re: Clear Vinyl Wrap

Post by AlanW » 07 Dec 2017 09:00

GavPass wrote:
05 Dec 2017 17:28
Yep. I've got it on my MTB

It's a great product and each set is design specifically for your frame. An expensive and long process to protect your bike, but well worth it!
Excellent, thanks for the feedback
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Re: Clear Vinyl Wrap

Post by Philip Whiteman » 07 Dec 2017 13:34

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Re: Clear Vinyl Wrap

Post by AlanW » 08 Dec 2017 06:11

Philip Whiteman wrote:
07 Dec 2017 13:34
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I'll be honest, it took longer than l expected it to, but I was waiting for someone to post a similar picture
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Re: Clear Vinyl Wrap

Post by bikercolin » 21 Dec 2017 23:52

Had this on my Mercian for four years, best to search for helecopter tape.

http://cpc.farnell.com/c/tools-maintena ... opter-tape

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