NANO-TECH LIQUID SCREEN PROTECTOR
- Completely Invisible Screen Protection
- Liquid Screen Protector (Not Peel & Stick)
- Easy 5-Minute Application
- 9H+ Ultra Scratch Resistant
- Drop & Crack Resistance
- Kills Up-To 99.8% of Bacteria
- Reduces Radiation by Up-To 90%
- For ALL Phones & Tablets
- 100% Bubble-Free
- Eco-Friendly & Non-Toxic
- Safe & Will Not Damage Your Phone
*LIMITED QUANTITY AVAILABLE*
Our breakthrough new liquid screen protector featuring state-of-the-art nano-technology not only protects your screen from drops and scratches, it also reduces radiation up to 90%…keeping you and your children safer.
Easy 5-minute application! This is an easy to apply liquid, NOT a peel and stick film like other screen protectors. The application process is completely safe and will not damage your phone.
In 5 minutes or less you can protect your device’s glass surface with a triple layer of space-age, eco-friendly nano-technology.
Your screen becomes ultra scratch resistant with 9H+ hardness plus – the coating actively kills 99.8% of bacteria.
Why Cell Phone Screen Protectors are Important
Smartphones today are expensive, with most phones costing between $700 and $1000. What’s the first accessory you usually purchase for your phone? Typically, a phone case, to protect your investment. But something that tends to get overlooked is screen protectors. There are tons of videos on YouTube of people trying to damage their new phone screen to no avail with knives, nails, screwdrivers, etc. Many consumers now think that phone glass technology has evolved to a point where you don’t need a screen protector – but that is just not the case. Let’s face it, how often do we attempt to cut our phones in half or use them as a construction project? Never! A phone screen can still be damaged without a screen protector by falling on hard tile, rocks, concrete, or asphalt – which is all much more real to life. Carrying a phone in your pocket or purse without a screen protector is like a construction worker entering a site without a hard hat, or a nurse not using gloves when providing care. It’s not smart, and your phone will probably become damaged. Moreso, if your phone screen does end up damaged, you could end up paying over $250 for a new screen, depending on your device. A screen protector would have cost less than $25, which is over $225 in savings. Besides saving money and frustration, screen protectors help reduce glare. The finish on the screen protector diffuses reflections, allowing you to enjoy your phone with less eye strain, and on a lower brightness setting to reduce battery consumption. The coating that a screen protector leaves on the phone also protects the phone from UV damage and radiation. Screen protectors are resistant to fingerprints, helping to keep your device clean and aesthetically pleasing. The choice is pretty clear. If you want to keep your phone in mint condition and save money, you need to guard your phone with a screen protector.