invisibleSHIELD Available For New iPhone


invisibleSHIELD

The new 3G iPhone comes out tomorrow, and I’ve already made my first purchase for it – The invisibleSHIELD by ZAGG. I purchased my first invisibleSHIELD last year when I got my first iPhone, because I wanted something to protect the screen since I just keep it in my pocket.

ZAGG’s invisibleSHIELD is a thin polyurethane film originally created for the military to protect the leading edge of helicopter blades. What’s unique about this military-grade, patented film is how tough it is – it doesn’t scratch. What makes ZAGG’s exclusive invisibleSHIELD so strong, flexible and scratch-proof? Its Nano-Memory technology™. With this technology, it also allows it to curve and contour around an entire device (not just the screen) and adhere to the device unless you want to remove it (without leaving adhesive).

Introduced to the world in early 2005, the invisibleSHIELD is the first product of its kind. Its patent-pending solution of wrapping hand-held devices with a clear protective film, has revolutionized the industry and has changed the way people think of protecting their beloved gadgets. Others have tried to imitate the invisibleSHIELD so don’t be fooled by cheap copy-cats.

Apart from keeping your devices scratch-free, the invisibleSHIELD provides some unexpected benefits. Unlike cases, its uncompromising design doesn’t take away from the look and feel of your device. It adds no bulk, allowing you to freely hold, carry, and dock your device without interruption. Also, its “grippy” feel gives your device an improved grip making it less likely that you will drop your once-slippery device. To see just how strong and unnoticable the invisibleSHIELD is, check out this YouTube video.

Impressive, no? Purchase your invisibleSHIELD now!


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