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Pitch Pit Deck for C-Bond Systems Crowdfunder

1. INVESTOR DECK Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 1

2. IMPORTANT INFORMATION The information in this presentation is confidential. By accepting it, you agree to maintain the confidentiality of the information contained herein. This presentation has been made available to you for information purposes only and is not intended to be and does not constitute a prospectus. This presentation does not constitute an invitation or offer by C-Bond Systems, LLC for the purchase or subscription of units or similar instruments. Furthermore, it does not advertise any such information or offer. Any recipient of this presentation, by accepting the presentation, represents to C-Bond Systems, LLC that he or she is an “accredited investor” as such term is defined under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended. THE UNITS OFFERED HEREBY HAVE NOT BEEN REGISTERED UNDER THE SECURITIES ACT OF 1933 (THE "SECURITIES ACT"), OR THE SECURITIES LAWS OF ANY STATE, AND ARE BEING OFFERED AND SOLD IN RELIANCE ON EXEMPTIONS FROM THE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS OF THE SECURITIES ACT AND SUCH LAWS. THE UNITS HAVE NOT BEEN APPROVED OR DISAPPROVED BY THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION, ANY STATE SECURITIES COMMISSION OR OTHER REGULATORY AUTHORITY, NOR HAVE ANY OF THE FOREGOING AUTHORITIES PASSED UPON OR ENDORSED THE MERITS OF THE OFFERING OR THE ACCURACY OR ADEQUACY OF THE MATERIALS BEING USED IN THE OFFERING. ANY REPRESENTATION TO THE CONTRARY IS A CRIMINAL OFFENSE. THE UNITS ARE SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS ON TRANSFERABILITY AND RESALE AND MAY NOT BE TRANSFERRED OR RESOLD UNLESS REGISTERED UNDER THE SECURITIES ACT AND REGISTERED OR QUALIFIED UNDER APPLICABLE STATE SECURITIES LAWS OR IN THE OPINION OF COUNSEL FOR THE COMPANY EXEMPTION THEREFROM IS AVAILABLE. INVESTORS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT THEY WILL BE REQUIRED TO BEAR THE FINANCIAL RISKS OF THIS INVESTMENT FOR AN INDEFINITE PERIOD OF TIME. Forward-looking statements in this presentation are made pursuant to the “safe harbor” provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Readers are cautioned that such forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties including, without limitation, the risks associated with early stage companies. Actual results and timetables could vary significantly. We are under no obligation to update the information in this presentation. Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 2

3. WE ARE C-BOND SYSTEMS… A nanotechnology company engaged in the glass and window film industry  A Texas-based limited liability company formed in the year 2013  Sole owner of the intellectual property, rights, title and interest in C-Bond Technology  Focus is executing on commercial strategies that include distribution agreements, installations and territorial licensing.  Patent pending proprietary technology that is a direct result of nanotechnology engineering  C-Bond manipulates the atoms and molecules within glass resulting in properties of increased strength and flexibility  A disruptive innovation that creates a distinct “unfair” market advantage for an early adopter DISTRIBUTORS MANUFACTURERS WINDOW FILM INSTALLATION LICENSING Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 3

4. WE ARE C-BOND SYSTEMS… “Change the way the world sees glass” Provide a unique patented nanotechnology product at an affordable price that significantly increases the structural integrity of glass and becomes recognized as the new standard for “excellence & best practice” in all window film product application “Protect property and save lives” For Residential and Commercial users of glass and window film products, C-Bond offers a non-toxic, water-based “green” nanotechnology solution that increases the strength & flexibility of glass, enhances the adhesion of glass -to- window film products and creates an invisible protective “safety barrier” that is extremely resilient to high impact force and severe threat environments. “One of a kind” An energy efficient, easy to use and cost effective technology that is scientifically tested and commercially proven to significantly increase the strength, safety and protection levels of all glass and all window film products MISSION STATEMENT POSITIONING STATEMENT UNIQUE SELLING PROPOSITION Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 4

5. WE ARE C-BOND SYSTEMS…  Headquartered at the Houston Technology Center (HTC) with a state-of- the-art facility  HTC is supported by more than 300 Houston’s leading corporations and academic institutions  HTC has assisted more than 250 companies in raising more than 1 billion dollars in financing  Has entered into a Research & Development trial with NanoRidge Materials Inc.  The exclusive licensor of patented nanotechnologies from Rice University, Texas Southern, University of Houston, and Texas A&M University  NanoRidge has strategic alliances with Boeing, Technip, US Navy, Airforce, and NASA BRUCE RICH Co-founder and CEO PAUL BROGAN Co-founder and President GIL MELMAN Legal Corporate Counsel  Background in Corporate Finance and experienced at cultivating relationships with Venture Capitals  Driving force behind the development of C-Bond  Has extensive contacts domestic and internationally  Extensive experience in private equity, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate restructuring, etc. Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 5

6. C-BOND – THE INNOVATION  C-Bond is a patent-pending proprietary non-toxic, ‘green’ water-based solution which is a direct result of nanotech engineering  C-Bond is designed to significantly strengthen the structural integrity of glass, enhance glass flexibility and increase the adhesion of glass to window film products, in case of impact  C-Bond enables ordinary glass to dissipate energy by penetrating beneath the surface of the glass and reconfiguring a hybrid spider web framework within the microscopic molecular fibers of the glass structure  Scientifically tested to significantly increase the safety and protection levels of glass and window film products in occurrences of hurricane, bomb blast, forced entry and ballistic threat environments Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 6

7. THE PROBLEM MIND THE GAP  The standard window film application solution is a mixture of Johnson’s baby shampoo and water  Every product available on the market contains the identical ingredients of Johnson’s baby shampoo Lengthy curing time Bubbling and yellowing No bond enhancement No strengthening attributes Reflects and scatters light No safety or protection INDUSTRY STANDARD SOLUTION Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 7

8. THE SOLUTION Green “Non Toxic” Heightened Clarity Cost Effective Greatly Reduced Dry Time Virtually Eliminates Callbacks Scientifically Tested and Certified Commercially Proven Disruptive Innovation Differentiating Product Unfair Market Advantage “GAME CHANGER” Increased Strength, Safety and Protection Levels Energy Efficient Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 8

9. THE MARKET OPPORTUNITY THE GLASS INDUSTRY World Flat Glass Revenue, in USD billions $2.32 $2.04 $2.44 $28.33 $13.20 $3.33 $3.08 $3.38 $50.36 $15.40 $10.32 $14.60 $100 $80 $60 $40 $20 $0 2011 2016 North America Western Europe Asia/Pacific Central & South America Eastern Europe Africa / Middle East The three main regions of demand are:  Asia Pacific (where the flat glass demand is estimated to grow from $28.33 billion in 2011 to $50.36 billion in 2016)  Western Europe (where the flat glass demand is estimated to grow from $13.20 billion in 2011 to $15.4 billion in 2016)  North America (where the flat glass demand is estimated to grow from $10.32 billion in 2011 to $14.6 billion in 2016) Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 9

10. THE MARKET OPPORTUNITY (CONTD…) Global Glass Market (in $ millions), by Application, 2012 $8,700 $15,400 $400 $600 $800 $200 (4.9%) $23,600 $23,700 (4.9%) (4.9%) (25%) (7%) (3.3%) (5.5%) (6%) Residential Commercial Interiors Interiors Non-mirror Energy Electronics Automotive Other The top three application verticals by revenue are:  Automotive ($23.6 billions)  Residential ($8.7 billions)  Commercial ($15.4 billions) The top three application verticals by market growth are:  Solar Energy (25%)  Electronics (7%)  Commercial (6%) Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 10

11. THE MARKET OPPORTUNITY (CONTD…)  The top four manufacturers satisfy a large share of global glass demand and produce almost identical product with little to know differences  The top four companies are:  AGC (15%)  Saint Gobain (14%)  NSG (12%)  Guardian (11%) Market Share of Glass Manufacturers, by Glass Produced 15% 14% 12% 11% 48% AGC Saint Gobain NSG Guardian Others Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 11

12. THE MARKET OPPORTUNITY (CONTD…) THE WINDOW FILM INDUSTRY  Specialized window films have created a strong new business opportunity for anyone involved in the sale and servicing of glass products  Many automotive and plate glass retailers have become involved in selling and installing window film as an add-on to their glass business  Demand for specialty window films was $7.6 billion in 2012 and is estimated to reach $8 billion in 2017, according to a new study from The Freedonia Group, Inc. Specialty Window Films Revenue, in USD $7.6 $8 $8.0 $7.8 $7.6 $7.4 billions 2012 2017 Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 12

13. THE MARKET OPPORTUNITY (CONTD…) US Specialty Window Films Demand by Market, 2012 8.6% 6.7% 6.7% 6.4% 4.4% 67.3% Personal Care Products Electronics Transportation Construction Other Markets Packaging The two main segments of interest for C-Bond are listed below:  Transportation which has a share of 6.7%  Construction which has a share of 6.4% Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 13

14. THE MARKET OPPORTUNITY (CONTD…) Revenue of Window Film Manufacturers (in billion)  The top three window film manufacturers $1.72 $5.99 $2.04 $8 $4 $0 Llumar Solar Gard 3M all have similar competing product lines addressing identical market needs with minimal distinction in materials used or manufacturing techniques  The top three companies are:  St. Gobain (Solar Gard) ($5.99 billion)  3M Company (3M) ($2.04 billion)  Eastman Chemical (Llumar) ($1.72 billion) Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 14

15. THE MARKET OPPORTUNITY (CONTD…) THE GLASS CLEANER INDUSTRY The glass cleaner segment is worth approximately $1.75 billion and is dominated by three major manufacturers; Windex, Glass Plus, and SOS Glass Works American consumers spend 320 million dollars on glass cleaning products each year Glass Cleaner Market Share 80% 20% Windex Others  The glass cleaner market is dominated by Windex which has captured 80% of total market share and Others which makes up the remaining 20%  Glass Plus and SOS Glass Works account for the major share of that other 20% Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 15

16. THE ADDRESSABLE MARKET TARGET MARKET FOR DIRECT WINDOW FILM INSTALLATIONS Top Food Chains (Starbucks, McDonalds, Taco Bell, Dominos, Subway, etc.) 134,702 Commercial Businesses (Schools, Gas Stations, Banks, etc.) 275,161 Retail Chains (Walmart, Costco, Target, Walgreens, Sears, Safeway, etc.) 112,848 TOP DOWN MARKET SIZING APPROACH TOTAL ADDRESSABLE MARKET Total glass usage in North America – 2.86 billion sq. foot SERVICEABLE ADDRESSABLE MARKET Total window film installed in United States – 97.28 million sq. foot SERVICEABLE OBTAINABLE MARKET Total window film that might be installed by C-Bond Systems – 2.43 million sq. foot Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 16

17. THE ADDRESSABLE MARKET TARGET MARKET FOR DIRECT DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS Top Retail Chain Establishments (Home Depot, Lowes, Auto Zone, Advanced Auto Parts, Napa Auto, Ace Hardware, Tint World, Window Genie, etc.) 31,607 TOP DOWN MARKET SIZING APPROACH TOTAL ADDRESSABLE MARKET Total retail chain establishments in United States – 1,122,703 SERVICEABLE ADDRESSABLE MARKET Top retail chain establishments in United States – 31,607 SERVICEABLE OBTAINABLE MARKET Top retail chain establishments in US that might sell C-Bond – 790 Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 17

18. GO TO MARKET STRATEGY C-Bond will target few focus areas while entering the market during the first phase of launch. The focus areas are shown below: Focus on customers presently using alternative baby shampoo products (B2C) Focus on distributors who are willing to sell C-Bond products to customers (B2B) Focus on establishing strategic alliances with original equipment manufacturers (B2M) Focus on customers in glass cleaning & product segment Focus on window film installations projects at large establishments and buildings Focus on territorial licensing opportunities Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 18

19. GO TO MARKET STRATEGY (CONTD…) Trade shows Social Media Direct Selling YouTube Ads Blog / Email Marketing SEO / SEM Distributors Manufacturers Territorial Licensing Installation Projects Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 19

20. STRATEGIC ALLIANCES Original Equipment Manufacturers (Glass) Manufacturing Alliance Technology Alliance Original Equipment Manufacturers (Window Film) Marketing and Promotional Alliance Distributors and Retailers Window Film Installers Original Equipment Manufacturers (Glass Cleaning Products) STRATEGIC ALLIANCES AND JOINT VENTURES Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 20

21. INVESTMENT REQUIRED AND USE OF FUNDS Bridge Funding - $300,000 Current Capital Raise - $2,000,000 C-BOND SYSTEMS (For Research & Development, Sample Manufacturing, Quality Testing and Vendor Acquisition) C-BOND SYSTEMS (For Manufacturing, Customer Acquisition and Operational Expenses) $52,500 $600,000 $46,634 $200,000 Use of Funds $300,000 $25,000 $300,000 $20,000 $50,000 $405,866 $600,000 $400,000 $200,000 $0 Fixed Assets Salary Working Capital Expenses Research & Development Manufacturing Marketing Launch Marketing Expenses Trademark and Patent Legal and Finance Others Operational Expenses Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 21

22. FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Revenue Projection Highlights (in USD Millions) 13.85 27.69 51.68 95.57 179.58 7.40 15.45 30.47 59.32 116.12 200 150 100 50 0 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Revenue Net Profit  Revenues are expected to grow gradually from Year 1 to Year 5  C-Bond Systems will obtain a revenue of $13.85 million during the first year of operation  The revenue will reach $179.58 million during the fifth year of operation  C-Bond Systems will obtain a Net Profit of $7.4 million during the first year of operation and the net profit will reach $116.12 million during the fifth year of operation Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 22

23. Market Opportunity for Glass, Window Film and Glass Cleaning & Product segments $80 billion C-Bond is a disruptive innovation in a mature and stagnant market……. with NO Competitors A unique patent pending technology that provides an ”unfair” market advantage to an early adopter Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 23

24. APPENDIX Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 24

25. C-BOND TESTING AND RESULTS The C-Bond technology has been extensively tested by leading independent certified laboratories and testing centers in accordance with government, justice system and law enforcement standards.  Miami-Dade Hurricane Testing Center www.hurricanetesting.com  H.P White Laboratory www.hpwhite.com  Stork Laboratories www.element.com  ABS Consulting, Inc. Laboratories www.absconsulting.com  National Institute of Justice Technology Standard www.nij.gov  Consumer Product Safety Commission Standard (CPSC) www.cpsc.gov  American Society for Testing Materials Standard (ASTM) www.astm.org  General Services Administration Standard (GSA) www.gsa.gov  Department of Defense Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) www.wdbg.org Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 25

26. C-BOND TESTING AND RESULTS (CONTD…) GLASS STRENGTH TESTING  C-Bond was tested in September 2013 by NanoRidge Materials Inc. an independent certified research laboratory in Houston, Texas in accordance with American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM C-1499) Standard Testing Method for Glass Strength and certified to significantly increase the strengthening properties of glass materials  ASTM standard requires a 3x3” inch glass sample to be placed between two steel rings with a uniform pound per square inch (PPS) pressure applied to the center of the glass pane, till failure occurs Glass Treatment Application Average Pounds Per Square Inch (PPS) Percentage of Improvement (%) Plain Glass 143 PPS Plain Glass with C-Bond (Generation 1) 172 PPS 20% Plain Glass with C-Bond (Generation 2) 220 PPS 53% Note -C-Bond increased the strength properties of standard glass by an astounding 53% Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 26

27. C-BOND TESTING AND RESULTS (CONTD…) HURRICANE TESTING  C-Bond was tested at the Miami-Dade Hurricane Testing Center in accordance with the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) criteria as established by the Miami Hurricane Testing Center. This test facility is one of only two approved facilities for Hurricane testing in the United States.  October 14, 2008 - Uniform Static Air Pressure, Water and Air Infiltration Tests  February 10, 2009 - Large Missile Impact, Cyclic Wind Pressure, Tensile Tests Glass Sample Hurricane Category Wind Speed With C-Bond Without C-Bond ¼” inch 1 74-95 Pass Pass ¼” inch 2 96-110 Pass Fail ¼” inch 3 111-129 Pass Fail ¼” inch 4 130-156 Pass/Uncertified Fail Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 27

28. C-BOND TESTING AND RESULTS (CONTD…) BALLISTIC TESTING / GUNFIRE  C-Bond was tested in May 2011 by H.P. White Laboratory Inc. an independent certified laboratory in Gaithersburg, Maryland in accordance with Standard National Institute of Justice (NIJ-STD-0108.01 Level IIIA) and certified to protect against certain acts of random gunfire.  NIJ standards require firing 5 bullets at an 18” x 18” glass panel with a bullet fired into each corner and 1 shot to the center of the panel. Bullet velocities must be within the range of 1350 to 1450 fps.  Formula has since been enhanced and C-bond will now pass on 3/8” glass Glass Sample Firearm Grain Velocity With C-Bond Without C-Bond ½” inch 9 mm 124 1410 5 shots No penetration ½” inch 44 magnum 240 1410 5 shots No penetration Note -Window film does not provide Ballistic protection. Window film applied with C-Bond DOES! 1 shot Lethal penetration 1 shot Lethal penetration Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 28

29. C-BOND TESTING AND RESULTS (CONTD…) SMASH AND GRAB TESTING / FORCED ENTRY  Testing was performed in January 2011 by Stork Laboratories an independent certified laboratory in Woburn, MA in accordance with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC 1201.4 Impact Test) and certified to protect against forced entry.  CPSC standards require swinging a 100 lb. shot bag in a pendulum arc and striking specimen from a designated height:  Category I Protection - 18 inches creating a 150 lb. impact force  Category II Protection - 48 inches creating a 400 lb. impact force Glass Sample ¼” inch Height With C-Bond Without C-Bond Glass Side Sample #1 48” Pass Fail Glass Side Sample #2 48” Pass Fail Glass Side Sample #3 48” Pass Fail Film Side Sample #1 48” Pass Fail Film Side Sample #2 48” Pass Fail Film Side Sample #3 48” Pass Fail Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 29

30. C-BOND TESTING AND RESULTS (CONTD…) BOMB BLAST TESTING / EXPLOSIVE DEVICES  Tested in April 2011 by ABS Consulting, Inc., an independent certified laboratory located in San Antonio, Texas in accordance with the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM F1642-04) ) and U.S General Services Administration (GSA TS01-2003) and certified to protect from the effects of improvised explosive devices.  Testing was performed on a ¼” glass sample according to standards established by the Department of Defense “Anti- Terrorism Standards for Buildings”. Performance Condition Protection Level Hazard Level Description of Window Response 1 Safe None Glazing does not break. No visible damage 2 (With C-Bond) Very High None Glazing cracks but retained by frame. Small fragments on floor acceptable. 3(a) High Very Low Glazing cracks. Fragments enter space and land no more than 3 ft. from window. 3(b) (Without C-Bond) High Low Glazing cracks. Fragments enter space and land no more than 10 ft. from window. 4 Medium Medium Glazing cracks. Fragments enter space no more than 10 ft. and 2 ft. high off the floor. 5 Low High Glazing cracks and window system fails. Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 30

31. CLIENTELE George Bush International Airport Houston Hobby International Airport Los Angeles International Airport Los Angeles Police Department Headquarters Federal Bureau of Investigations City of Houston Fire Department Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 31

32. AFFILIATIONS Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 32

33. TESTIMONIALS Houston Airport System “Thank you for your efforts at our George Bush International Airport and William P. Hobby Airport facilities. After conducting a thorough evaluation of your product’s capabilities, including results conducted by The Houston Police Department’s SWAT Team, we found your security film to be a unique and successful solution for our security needs” Frank Haley Deputy Director Public Safety and Technology City of Los Angeles “Thank you and your company for your efforts to assist us in providing a safe and secure environment for elected officials, City employees and members of the public conducting business with local government at our facilities. Since, several other Departments have initiated the process to procure your services, including the Los Angeles Police Dept. and Los Angeles World Airports”. Gary Newton Chief of Police Texas Historical Commission “After federal review under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act we want to “thank you for your efforts to preserve the irreplaceable heritage of Texas. We hope to maintain a partnership that will foster ongoing effective historic preservation.” Mark Wolfe Texas Historical Commission Executive Director Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 33

34. THANK YOU Copyright C-Bond Systems LLC. All rights reserved 34

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