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Liquipel LLC (www.liquipel.com) today announced the debut of Skins™, the new high-impact film that not only protects smartphones from scratches but also from physical blows with its unique ability to dissipate the force that leads to so many shattered screens.
Liquipel Skins are created in a four-layer process and act as literal shock absorbers for smartphones while also maintaining a smooth, glass-like surface. The film itself is a hybrid of many of the best components found within other protective materials. The top layer is an incredibly durable polyurethane that stems from military uses. To complement the abrasion resistance, there is another layer that adds the strength and rigidity necessary to keep corners from peeling.
Click here to see Skins in action: http://youtu.be/lZJLdy_YeQg
Installation is an easy, three-step process thanks to a new formulation of silicone adhesive that eliminates the need for any solutions found with older-style films. Many screen protectors on the market require spray bottles and squeegees to be applied to devices. Skins make it easier for consumers by offering a tool-free, 100 percent dry installation -- no spray bottles, no squeegees, no bubbles and no hassles. The adhesive is so advanced that it does most of the work for users during the application process.
"Our new Skins product continues to build on the international success of Liquipel's watersafe™ technology," said Danny McPhail, Liquipel's chief of product development and co-founder. "When the two technologies are combined on one device, owners can fully embrace a no-limits lifestyle without the restrictions normally associated with mobile electronics."
The full-body coverage Skins are currently available online at Liquipel's website for both the iPhone 4S and 5. Skins for other models of smartphones will be released in the coming months.
For more information and videos, please visit Liquipel's website, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. To contact Liquipel, LLC, email .
Liquipel LLC is the sole owner and licensor of Liquipel (www.liquipel.com), an award-winning process that uses nanotechnology to make smartphones and other devices Watersafe™ from accidental exposure to water and other liquids. Since its debut at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012, it has won an Edison Award, a FierceWireless Fierce 15 Award, was named by Popular Science the Grand Award Winner in the Gadgets Category in the magazine's "Best of What's New" issue, and has also been included in Entrepreneur Magazine's "100 Brilliant Companies" list. It is available in the United States, Australia, Hong Kong, South Korea, Malaysia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. Liquipel makes us rethink how we utilize our electronic devices. By merging the latest in nanotechnology and consumer products, Liquipel creates a no limits lifestyle free from boundaries.
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