THE LATEST SCREEN PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY

● 9H HARDNESS
● SCRATCH RESISTANT
● ANTIBACTERIAL PROTECTION
● ENHANCES TOUCHSCREEN
● WATER RESISTANT
● NO BUBBLES
● FOR PHONES & TABLETS
● ONE SIZE FITS ALL
● NANO TECHNOLOGY
● EASY TO APPLY
● PROTECTS FOR UP TO 1 YEAR



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IMPROVES VISIBILITY

● Rain beads and rolls right off
● Reduces wiper friction
● Keeps glass free from stains
● Increases visibility
● Prevents Stains
● Frost and snow will not stick
● Lasts up to 1 year
● Forms an invisible layer of protection


ADVANTAGES


● REPELS WATER
● REDUCES WIPER FRICTION
● KEEPS GLASS FREE FROM STAINS
● FROST AND SNOW WON'T STICK
● RAIN BEADS AND ROLLS RIGHT OFF!



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  • Do liquid screen protectors really work on mobile devices?

    In the past, if you wanted to add some protection to your precious smartphone or tablet, you had to consider a glass or plastic screen protector. These were very difficult to install, often introduced grit and bubbles and were inconvenient. Crystaltech’s Nano liquid screen protector is liquid applied to smartphones.Smartphones and tablets are expensive devices with one definite weakness, they’re mostly made of glass. This means dropping them can almost always result in a shattered display which can render the device useless or result in an expensive repair bill. One of the first things I do when I get a new smartphone or a tablet, is look into getting some screen protection. In the past, this was limited to sticky tape based protectors which were very difficult to apply and always ended up with residue or bubbles.Later on, there were actual glass protectors that were another layer of protection that could bear the brunt of the impact as well as serve as a barrier to scratches and cracks. Products like PhantomGlass, were easy to apply and did a great job of protecting my devices, but they were sometimes difficult to remove or re position.I was quite amazed to learn that there’s a third option, which is the use of a liquid screen protector, which is sprayed onto the surface of your device’s display and which actually hardens it even more. The treatment adds another layer that increases the hardness properties of the glass without altering the look or feel. It isn’t a permanent solution, though, and it needs to be reapplied.

    Crystaltech Nano offers invisible protection, reinforcing your smartphones or tablet’s screen to 9H (sapphire equivalent) hardness for ultimate scratch resistance and is easy to apply while leaving no annoying bubbles. But it gets better. The new Crystaltech is all natural (REACH compliant), greater than 99.9% antibacterial, costs even less, and is truly universal: one size fits any glass screen up to 17”.

    GADJO SEVILLA
    whatsyourtech.ca
  • CrystalTech Nano 2.0 Liquid Screen Protector: Scratch Resistant, Water-Repellant, Bubble-Free, & Antibacterial

    CrystalTech Nano is a truly revolutionary product that contains pure, particle free, Silicon Dioxide – SiO2 – which means that it contains “pure glass”. The glass is in a molecular form and is held in a liquid. It doesn’t become “glass” until it’s allowed to dry. This forms the base of our proprietary formulation. The nano-coating contained in Crystaltech Nano not only protects the device from surface damage but also keep it hygienic as it contains an anti bacterial formula. In recent tests many devices were found to harbor various undesirable viruses and other illness causing microbes but a device coated in Crystaltech Nano helps stop these bugs bonding themselves to the surface and help maintain a positive tech-hygeine plan. Recent independent laboratory tests attest to more than 99.9% of bacteria being eliminated over time with the use of Crystaltech nano!
  • Phones receive protection from the CrystalTech Nano Screen Protector without losing stunning look.

    One of the issues of owning a smartphone besides the cost is the tendency of your screen cracking. Whether it be a simple drop that you have done many times before with no damage (that is the worst), sitting on your phone while it’s in your back pocket, dropping something on it or a plethora of other different scenarios, it always has the same outcome – a screen that starts with a simple crack that leads to the spider web effect and you having cut fingers from the tiny little shards of glass. While there are unlimited amounts of phone cases on the market ranging from very thin to the big and bulky, they don’t always suit our needs in regards to screen protection. I have recently dropped off from using cases. I love my iPhone and part of owning one is the beauty and simplicity that goes into the design. I just love that way that it looks and bigger, bulkier cases limit where I can store them and sometimes cause serious issues that hinder the functionality of the device. I want a screen protector that doesn’t add bulkiness while still showing off the aesthetically pleasing design.
    Brian Wharton
    Mac Sources