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Armorz screen protector resists hammers and drills

- October 18th, 2013

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If you were lucky enough to get your hands on an early iPhone 5S, the last thing you want is to have something happen to your precious display. So Armorz has just unveiled The Stealth Extreme Lite Tempered Glass Screen Protector that when applied to your device, is designed to withstand the punishment that can be doled out by a hammer or a drill.

According to the company, unlike other protectors, which are typically flimsy films, the Stealth Extreme Lite is made of  a custom die-cut processed tempered glass and is only 0.2mm thick. It was designed by world class engineers to be shockproof and shatterproof in order to protect your screen. It’s so hard that it is designed to also withstand major scratches and abrasions caused by things like knifes and keys.

It attaches to your phone with a strong silicon adhesive on its underside, but it’s transparent and it goes on easy without creating a bubbling effect and shouldn’t affect the screen’s sensitivity.

Lipstick Armorz

It also has an oleophobic coating that makes it resistant to oil, fingerprints and smudges, even from nasty things like lipstick, making maintenance and cleanup a breeze.

In addition to the iPhone 5S, the protector is also available for the iPhone 5C and Samsung Galaxy Note 3

The Stealth Extreme Lite Tempered Glass Screen Protector seems like a great little investment for your prized possession. It retails for $34.95 U.S. and is available directly from Armorz.com or via Amazon. If you order from the company their standard shipping ( 5 to 12 business days) is free.

photos courtesy Armorz Inc.

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2 comments

  1. Dean | October 19, 2013 at 3:47 pm

    Hit it with a hammer and the rest of it would break.DUHH

  2. Matthew Barnes | October 20, 2013 at 8:16 pm

    Man thats nice protection, but the price tag is as much as a case. Still screen protection is worth the price. I’ve seen many a smartphone screen fall victim to a non protected drop to the ground.

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