Liquipel is a preventive coating that bonds itself to every square inch of your electronic device.
New York, NY (PRWEB) August 17, 2012
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Today, Benny Meyer at iPhoneSamurai.com published his latest post, titled “Waterproof your iPhone Without a Case”.
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In his latest blog post, Benny admits that most people don’t actually imagine their iPhone becoming submerged in water. While it is a very real possibility for anyone owning the device, many live with the attitude that it will never happen to them.
While there are cases on the market that claim to waterproof an iPhone, Benny attests that many complain about the bulk and weight that they bring. However, Benny introduces his readers to a new product that may be just the ticket they are looking for.
Liquipel is a new preventative coating that bonds itself to every square inch of the device. While the company stresses that nobody should ever deliberately submerge their device in water, the product promises to give it the protection it needs.
“You’ll have to ship your device off and your treatment will be completed within 1-2 days after Liquipel receives your device. It will then have to be shipped back, which will take another couple of days. In other words, you will have to live without your iPhone for five days or more,” Benny explains, outlining the process iPhone users will need to go through.
However, he firmly believes that this is worthwhile, compared to having to pay for a new phone if it gets submerged in water and breaks.
In fact, he actively encourages his users to consider the benefits of Liquipel versus existing products such as the LifeCase.
“There has to be a better answer than keeping it in a Ziploc bag while at the beach,” he concludes.
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