Diamonds are Forever

Posted on - November 9, 2020

RIP Sean Connery. 

The best ever Bond…yes or no?

Email your answers ‘Best Ever Bond’ and ‘Best Ever Bond Film’ through to us and we’ll post the winners next month.

Probably.

It’ll give us something to do during lockdown anyway.

And it’s a brilliant excuse to watch all the 007 movies again.

They really are great films.

And talking of ‘great films’ – we have a few ourselves…

Take this recent office job…

The client wanted something that would impede the general view in and out of their offices – whilst allowing the managers working in them to see the activity in the main office. They didn’t want to install a film that completely blocked the view, just give a little privacy whilst maintaining as much natural daylight as possible.

We installed a 3M Fasara film that incorporates a perforated diamond pattern that is dense at the top [to stop people seeing in when they are stood up or walking past] and progressively fades to clear at the bottom [to allow people sitting down a level of visibility out]. 

The name is Green…Kev Green.

Amazing. 

Attractive. Effective. A simple and elegant solution.

There are a whole range of 3M Fasara films available with beautiful effects, patterns and textures to suit any environment. Contact us to find out how we can add a touch of class to your glass.

Diamonds are Forever

This was the 7th film in the 007 franchise first screening in 1971, starring Connery back as Bond [after George Lazenby’s pretty terrible appearance in the previous film ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’] where he eventually kills arch villain Blofeld.

Sean’s early days working as an installer for Durable. Got staff discount on these Resi windows too!

The silly names were a bit disappointing [Tiffany Case and Plenty O’Toole nowhere near as bonkers as Pussy Galore, Honey Ryder or Octopussy…] but at least Shirley Bassey was back to sing the theme tune.

Sean’s brief spell installing Autotint on top-end cars

“I fitted the film on all thesh windowsh myshelf – here’sh my card”