IPhone Screen Protection Is Being Taken To A New Level

IPhone Screen Protection Is Being Taken To A New Level

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Flimsy plastic screen protectors are a thing of the past, thanks to the Tempered Glass Screen Protector which is fast becoming the most popular option for iphone users.

SARASOTA, FL, USA – April 6, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

With a recent surge in popularity of Window Armor’s Tempered Glass Screen Protector for the iPhone 5 5s & 5c, users are reporting substantial improvements in both looks and usability over the previously popular plastic screen protector.

Designed and made with the end user in mind. Window Armor is just one product in new wave of screen protectors that are designed to protect the smart phone screen with it’s tempered glass materials and a layered construction giving them a smooth clear finish whilst offering greater protection against scratches and scrapes. At just 0.3mm thick and all but invisible to the naked eye, once the screen protector has been installed users can barely noticed that it is there.

Window Armor’s hardness rating of 8H to 9H also puts it amongst the hardest screen protectors in the market. Making it able to withstand heavy abuse by users. “We’ve had some users tell us that they have hit their screens hard with box cutters and screw drivers to try and damage it. (Not that we would recommend doing that), but they have told us that after they had at it, a simple wipe down and they couldn’t even see the scratches that they had made”. Said a spokesman for Window Armor.

Window Armor also has an oleophobic coating which helps the screen protector resist smudging and fingerprint marks. And is designed to break into small (non sharp) pieces if it is put under too much trauma, which offers the actual screen a better chance of survival.

Now selling at Amazon.com the product page there features several customer reviews and product details.

Window Armor is available now with next day shipping available and is compatible with the iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, and iPhone 5C.

About iStock Accessories:
iStock Accessories is an internet-based creator and vendor of mobile phone and device accessories, specializing in iPhone and iPad screen protectors. The company’s mission is to innovate and create excellent products that shine amongst cell phone users where others fall short. To ensure excellent customer service and the consolidation of information, they sell their products exclusively through the Amazon.com marketplace.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.amazon.com/Window-Armor-iPhone-Protector-Anti-Fingerprint/dp/B00HENW0V8

Contact Info:
Name: Brock Hamilton
Email: brock@webvertise.com.au
Address: 4283 EXPRESS LN STE 057-793 SARASOTA, FL 34238-2602 United States
Phone: (415) 992 5430
Organization: Window Armor

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