Liquipel Protects Your Gadgets from Water


Have you noticed there is hardly any innovation taking place in the tech field? But now with Liquipel 2.0, things are changing.

Liquipel is an invisible coating that protects your gadgets from water spillage.Liquipel

It was originally introduced at last year’s CES, but now according to the press release its 100 times better in “durability, corrosion resistance and water protection”.

According to their website, Liquipel is a revolutionary process that applies a watersafe coating to your electronic devices 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 is a Nano-Coating that is applied though a propriety process. This process starts by placing devices into the chamber of the Liquipel Machine. The machine removes the air inside the chamber to create a vacuum and our special Liquipel formula is introduced in vapor form. The Liquipel coating permeates the entire device and bonds to it on a molecular level leaving it watersafe™ for years to come.

I shudder at the thought of a single drop of water landing on my mobile device or notebook, so it’s quite impressive to see representatives of Liquipel happily dropping an iPhone 5 into a tank of water.(According to the video I saw)

The phone emerged from its plunge in working order, however, because it had been covered with the company’s self-named nano coating, protecting the device from whatever damage water could wrought.

This isn’t the sort of coating you can apply yourself. Instead, you send your device into Liquipel, and for $60, the company adds its layer of protection for you. The company’s website says it currently can treat select devices from Apple, Asus, HTC, Motorola, and Samsung; supported devices include MP3 players, phones, and tablets, including the iPad, assorted iPhone models, and many different Android offerings.

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