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Tempered Glass Screen Protectors for iPhone Setting the New Standard for Protection

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Apple iPhone users no longer have to put up with flimsy, air bubble effected screen protectors. Tempered Glass Screen Protectors are fast becoming the most popular choice for smart phone users.

 

Sarasota, FL, USA / ACCESSWIRE / March 24th, 2014 / The recently launched Window Armor – Tempered Glass Screen Protectors for the iPhone 5 are getting rave reviews on the Amazon marketplace where they have been selling for the past few months.

Users are reporting much improved visibility and usability compared to the older style of plastic screen protector. With most screen repairs costing over $100, the company says it makes sense to spend a few extra dollars on an added layer of protection.

Manufactured with the end user in mind, Window Armor is just one in a range of tempered glass screen protectors specifically designed to protect smart phone screens against scratches and scrapes. With several layers of materials compressed down to just 0.3mm in thickness it protects the screen while giving almost perfect clarity hardly noticeable to the naked eye and giving it a super smooth touch with increased finger glide.

Window Armor also has a hardness rating of 8H to 9H making it one of the hardest screen protectors on the market. Able to withstand heavy scratches and gauges under testing.

An oleophobic coating also helps reduce fingerprints and smudge marks and makes it easier to clean that a naked screen. It is also designed to break into small non- sharp pieces when under too much stress which gives the actual screen below it a better chance of survival.

Currently selling at Amazon.com the product page features over 35 x 5 Star reviews from happy customers.
Window Armor is available with next day shipping 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.

Visit http://www.amazon.com/Window-Armor-iPhone-Protector-Anti-Fingerprint/dp/B00HENW0V8 for more information.

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

ReleaseID: 413378

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