BodyGuardz Dry Apply

Macworld Australia Staff
29 September, 2010
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Indestructible, full-body protection for mobile phones you don’t even know is there!

Brisbane, Australia: Wednesday 29 September 2010:
We all know that you can protect your mobile phone with a screen protector and a case. What is not so well known is that a mobile phone can be completely covered, from the corners to the screen, with an almost invisible scratch-resistant film called “BodyGuardz”.

BodyGuardz are scratch-proof transparent clear protective skins custom designed to suit iPod, iPhone, mobile phones, GPS devices and other electronic gadgets. Backed with a lifetime warranty, the product is manufactured from the same material that is designed to protect luxury cars from stone chips. To illustrate how tough the material is, BodyGuardz have released a demonstration on YouTube whereby a phone protected with BodyGuardz is put through a series of tests – from nails to an electrical sander! While an extreme message to show how tough the material, it really does demonstrate just how indestructible this product is.

The latest product to join the BodyGuardz line-up is “Dry Apply”, applied as it suggests – liquid-free! In the past consumers hesitated at applying film to their device that required adhesion using a liquid substance. BodyGuardz have now eliminated that concern with this product and it is set to be a huge success.

Paul Mapp, Managing Director of Dynamic Red, importer of BodyGuardz into Australia, said Dry Apply is just the product the Australian market is looking for. “Most people like the original look of the phone they purchase and reluctantly put a case on their phone to protect it. BodyGuardz is a fantastic solution to protect your phone from scratches without taking away from the look or functionality of the device. The material is optically clear and incredibly thin. You can enjoy the beautiful design of your device without the added bulk of cases.”

“Consumers can have confidence in their decision to choose BodyGuardz as protection for their phone. Previously BodyGuardz won the ‘iLounge iPhone and iPod Product of the Year’, and more recently were named by ZDNet as ‘Mobile Accessory of the Year 2009’. This is quite an achievement considering these titles are contended by 1,000’s of mobile accessory products.”

For iPhone 4 users, BodyGuardz covers the phone’s external antenna, eliminating the much talked about antenna issues, resolved by Apple through providing or advising their loyal users to cover their iPhone 4 with a case – perhaps not what the user had in mind.

But now there is a choice; put a bulky case on your phone or get a full body BodyGuardz which will retain the original look of your device and totally protect it from scratches. And the best part? Now available in a ‘Dry Apply’ form, BodyGuardz no longer requires a liquid solution to be applied. We think it’s a no-brainer!

BodyGuardz products are currently available through a number of retail outlets.

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