Worlds Blackest Black

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    I am going to need to repaint my Ohm Boy Rage sometime in the future and came across the worlds blackest black paint that absorbs 98-99% of visible light:

    £25 for 150ml's
     
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    That looks cool

    My Minikin could do with some of that.
     
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    At that price you’d better buy a new Rage!
     
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    The problem is what % is other black paints? If say for example Dulux matt black is 96%, is it really worth the money for extra 2% that nobody will notice?
     
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    Dulux has a terrible matt black due to the nano-mattifiers that they use compared to Vantablack, capable of absorbing 99.96%. But it is very pricey, This is just a kick starter and is supposed to retail for £10.