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Home > Press > Liquipel Expands Into South Korea: Molecular WaterSafe™ Treatment for Smartphones Now Available at Retail Level in Seoul

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Liquipel, LLC (www.Liquipel.com), the industry leader in WaterSafe™ technology for mobile devices, today announced the opening of its newest retail location in Seoul, South Korea, with licensee LQPK. Customers purchasing Liquipel can now have their personal electronic devices like iPhones, Samsung Galaxy devices, iPads, tablets, iPods and MP3 players treated while they wait.

Liquipel Expands Into South Korea: Molecular WaterSafe™ Treatment for Smartphones Now Available at Retail Level in Seoul

Seoul, Korea | Posted on November 16th, 2013

"We're proud to partner with Liquipel to bring its award-winning, WaterSafe™ nanotechnology to the people of Seoul," said In-Kwan Cheon, LQPK's chief executive officer.

Using the latest advancements in molecular bonding, Liquipel's patent-pending process creates a super-hydrophobic coating that is nanoscopic and becomes part of the device. Liquipel is virtually invisible and will not affect nor compromise the look, feel or performance of the device.

"We are excited to open the doors to South Korea's first Liquipel store," said Kevin Bacon, Liquipel's co-founder and chief operating officer. "In the coming months, together with our valuable partners at LQPK, we will be expanding our presence even further here, bringing this cutting-edge, consumer-friendly technology to millions."

"Liquipel is developing and providing revolutionary products that benefit all consumers, protecting against the most common hazards experienced by electronics," said Abhishek Binaykia, vice president of global business development for Liquipel. "South Korea is a key market for Liquipel, and we will continue to work closely with our partner LQPK to ensure rapid adoption of our industry-leading technology."

In the coming months, Liquipel also plans to launch its Liquipel Skins™, a new easy-to-apply shatterproof film available in a range of designer colors and patterns, along with other products that help create a no-limits lifestyle free from boundaries.

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About Liquipel, LLC
Liquipel LLC is the sole owner and licensor of Liquipel (www.Liquipel.com/), an award-winning process that uses an intelligent molecular coating 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 technology and consumer products, Liquipel creates a no-limits lifestyle free from boundaries.

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Liquipel, LLC

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