Review Invisiframe frame protection and fork kit

Rob Hancill

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Product name: Invisiframe frame protection and fork kit
Price paid: £107.58 (frame and fork kit)
Score (out of 10) 7

See video for description and review including some damage caused by the frame rubbing on another bike! I’m not the best at fitting these fiddly kits but thought I’d give it a bash! :cool:
 
Oct 4, 2018
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Very nice review Rob and you have a great looking bike.

Today I installed "most" of a paint protection kit for my Giant Trance E+ 2. Invisiframe doesn't make a kit for my bike but fortunately Chameoleon Skin makes one. The PPF film is self-healing but the Chameoleon Skin kit does not include coverage for the fork.

I have had the same experience as you -- quite challenging to install the large pieces and requires a lot of time and patience, but the outcome is rewarding and I believe the paint on my bike will be protected. I used a hair dryer on a couple of places that had compound curves.
 

galaga187

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Product name: Invisiframe frame protection and fork kit
Price paid: £107.58 (frame and fork kit)
Score (out of 10) 7

See video for description and review including some damage caused by the frame rubbing on another bike! I’m not the best at fitting these fiddly kits but thought I’d give it a bash! :cool:
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galaga187

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Mark at Sterland’s cycles in Bristol installed mine on the 2019 Turbo Levo Comp Carbon it cost £50 for professional fitting. It looks great but would have taken me ages to do.
 

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