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invisibleSHIELD – the ultimate stocking stuffer

December 12th, 2008

I reviewed a product a while back called invisibleSHIELD, from a company named ZAGG. It is a shield for your iPods, cell phones, laptops, etc. Originally developed for military helicopter blades, it makes your device scratch-proof. Read my review here.

This is me standing by my review. I just ordered shields for all the new iPods that will be arriving at my house, and also for my new iPhone and laptop. This is an unsolicited endorsement – I’m just letting you know what I lay down my own $$$ for because it rocks – check out their site! Merry Christmas!

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  1. Rob
    December 13th, 2008 at 23:21 | #1

    I wanted to love the invisibleSHIELD for my iPhone 3G, but that particular one was just too difficult to apply (at least for me) and I wound up scrapping it and just going with a screen protector coupled with a hard-shell case.

    I’d say the invisibleSHIELD is great for certain products, but the iPhone one in particular has so many tiny pieces in order to wrap around the curves and several buttons and ports that it just becomes nigh impossible to perfectly apply. No matter how careful I was, I was bound to wind up with one little corner not fitting right or one little air bubble somewhere or one little stretched portion or one fingerprint somewhere. Just something that always prevented a perfectly “naked”-looking iPhone and it just became more frustration than it was ultimately worth to me.

    Anywho, that’s only one specific product, but I’m pretty sure quite a few people would be interested in this for the iPhone and iPhone3G. You may have more patience, precision and success than I did, but I just couldn’t get it 100% right on the iPhone3G.

  2. December 16th, 2008 at 11:14 | #2

    I actually insisted my buddy buy this for his iPhone, having experienced it with my LG 8700.

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