IPG is a revolutionary new screen guard series that makes your beloved smart phone withstand blows of rogue hammers and knife! Invisible Phone Guard puts NASA technology in the palm of your hands making your smart phone screen virtually invincible.
As a demonstration of the toughness of the material used, the company chops vegetables, breaks walnuts and even hits it with a HAMMER. No cracks, no scratches, no breakage. Now that is some real tough stuff. The material sure is promising. The adhesive used in sticking the tampered glass sheath works pretty well, no bubbles. Once put on its hardly visible, but the material is said to be a little mean compared to the glass on the touch screen, which should not matter if you use your device roughly. The material is dust and smudge free.
Key features of the IPG and some science
It gives you a crystal clear screen after applying the guard, as if nothing is on. Supposedly the company uses the same technology developed to protect U.S Air Force and NASA aircraft’s light and canopies. It is just a 0.015mm thin sheath, far tougher than most of the other materials available. The company says it is 50% tougher than most of the prevalent material and 25% thinner. So that would mean it won’t make much of a fuss atop your screen.
How to apply such a tough material?
The screen guard comes as a sheath like any other similar product. You can just align it to your screen, press and hold it down for 3-4 sec for it to settle. That is it!
Don’t worry, if you did not get it aligned on the first go, just peel it off quick and re-apply. The self-adhesive used does not leave behind any mangy bubbles to ruin your beautiful screen.
You can get a pair of the material for both sides of your smartphone or tablet. That way those lame scratches on the backside of your phone can also be avoided, making it look as good as new for a very long time.
Wait then how much does it cost?
The starting price for the guard is $12.99. So that means covering up the front and the backside of your phone would cost you about $25. The price increases up to $35 for larger tablet screens. So if you have kids who play around on the tablet, getting this would surely increase the expected lifetime of your device.
IPG at the moment is only supported for certain leading models of phones and tablets and the company is increasing the number of supported devices.
Currently the screen guard is available for the Apple iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, Sony Xperia Z2, Xperia Z3, Xperiz Z3 Compact, Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy Note 4, Microsoft Surface Pro 3 , OnePlusOne and the BlackBerry Passport.
Why invest in this?
Other cases which are used to protect your phone from such disasters are very bulky and pretty much end up concealing your whole phone. Some of the big cases even end up covering the charging dock in many models. Also most of the other tough screen guards are pretty thick which destroys the touch of your phone and creates useless seams, which destroy the sleek look of your thin sexy phone. Like if you have an iPhone 6 which is just 6.9mm thick, having a bulky screen guard will just ruin the whole experience the company wants to put out. Also like many other messy screen guards this does not leave any bubbles on your screen, if not applied accurately. The self-adhesive glue that is used takes care of the bubbles.
You can check out this video if you want to see how tough this material really is.
All the supported product list and you can buy from here www.myipg.com if you have kids at home or you have a habit of dropping your phones now and then, then this is a long lasting solution for your screen. No more costly screen change or managing with a cracked screen because the product surely delivers what it promises.
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