At the 2010 CES, Still Blonde after all these YEARS! received a sample of this wonderful film, from the Wrapsol booth. Our particular product, was for our Ipod touch. Essentially it’s two pieces of super-duper strong film that you apply to both sides of your device to keep your device scratch and fingerprint free. It also enhances the grip, is durable and transparent, is easy to apply and has a lifetime warranty. The Wrapsol protection system is available a wide variety of electronic devices including: Iphone, notebooks, netbooks, game consoles, digital readers, cameras and GPS sysems.
What the company says: Wrapsol is the world’s first and only 14-mil protective film for digital devices—it’s twice the strength of competitors’ films, but so clear that its virtually invisible. With more and more devices using touchscreen technology every day, dependable protection is more important than ever. And because all of us must do our part to protect the environment, we donate a portion of each sale to Cool Earth, so you help save 500 square feet of rainforest with every item purchased. In fact, we project helping Cool Earth save over 1,500 acres by the year 2010!
Chief Blonde’s Remarks: Well the first time we put the film on, there was a big thumbprint smudge under the front screen. However, on the second try, with really really clean hands, Wrapsol applied perfectly. You can’t really tell it’s there but PRESTO, no more fingerprints–the Ipod touch looks like new all the time (front and back). We thought it was a little pricey ($24.95), but when we saw it on Amazon for $15.23 we agreed we would get Wrapsol scratch-proof protection for our other Apple Devices. You really need this to keep your Iphone, Ipod touch and other small electronic devices looking great. I just want to know, do they make anything like this for my kitchen counters? Kidding…just kidding! (Make sure to watch the video, it really is easy to apply!)
Update: It appears that Wrapsol is out of business as of 12/13. It was aquired by Otterbox 11/2012.
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