I?m sure for each one of us who love our Apple devices so much and keep it close and secure to our heart, also have our own share of nightmares revolving it. One of my biggest nightmares is to see my iPhone slip out of my hands and fall into the pool. Do any of you have similar nightmares or in reality have had your mobile device water-damaged?
Well, I do think mobiles and gadgets face the maximum risk of being damaged from water amongst all possibilities. Well, here is a solution to protect your mobile devices from damage due to water. No, it?s not a waterproof case.
In fact, Liquipel is an innovative advanced coating for your device to protect it against incidental moisture like your iPhone being suddenly exposed to rain, or being dropped into the toilet or mistakenly accompanying you for a swim.
Liquipel processes your device on request by taking it into a chamber and applies a nano mist that permeates your phone to the deepest level. This claims to protect the device from water damage on a nuclear level, ensuring sustenance to damage to its inner workings. And the best part is that, this invisible coating offers life-long protection to your iPhone and you do not require removing it.
How it works
Liquipel explains how it works:
Liquipel is a revolutionary process that applies a waterproof coating to your electronic device to protect them in the event of accidental exposure to liquids. It is not visible to the human eye, virtually undetectable and Liquipel will not compromise the look, feel, and performance of your electronics.
Liquipel penetrates the entire device as a whole, including all of the vital components inside and out to provide optimal protection against accidental contact with liquids.
In this professional video, the magic of the revolutionary Liquipel can be witnessed, as water was poured directly and the ?Liquipel coated? iPhone submerged for demonstration.
Although the company calls Liquipel a ?nano sided armor?; it strictly deters you in using Liquipel as iPhone shields against moisture on intentional grounds. The product also garnered much credit even at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas; and has also bagged nomination at the Edison Awards, 2011.
To have your iPhone waterproofed, you require sending your device to Liquipel, which needs a turnaround of 1 to 2 days. The company is current offering its service at $59 exclusive of shipping expenses.
What do you think about Liquipel? Do you think this can be an effective and a must-have for your iPhone/mobile devices? We?d love to hear from you.