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Dynaflo LIQUID-ARMOR INVISIBLE screen protector

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24th February 2012, 05:11 PM   |  #61  
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Seems like this is no longer available on Amazon. Any other places to get it?
24th February 2012, 05:54 PM   |  #62  
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"Intentional contact with sharp objects or abrasive materials such as sand can damage your device."


This sounds like a total scam. Any protector worth their salt will stop sand, All the objects they test with don't scratch the regular naked glass.
24th February 2012, 07:08 PM   |  #63  
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Snake oil, too good to be true, springs to mind.

Anyone done a proper test yet out of interest?

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24th February 2012, 09:40 PM   |  #64  
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I thought I'd throw in my two-cents on this. This product may seem to good to be true, and it could be, that doesn't mean the technology isn't available.

You see, in my quest for the ultimate car wax/protectant, I came across a relatively new technology/application. Permanent and semi permanent coatings to protect the clear coat on modern vehicles. I am not speaking of your typical polymer based waxes.

One of the first was a product in Japan known as "G'zox real glass coating". If you've been to a new car dealership, you may have seen adverts for "Simonize glass coat".

Simonize should conjure negative thoughts to any car buff worth his weight, but that doesn't mean their new glass coat isn't legit. It uses a similar product/process to G'zox.

Heres a few links to these products

(in no way am I connected to any of them) (this is in Japanese, but chrome will translate it) (this site may not look as nice as some e-tailers, but his products are considered top-tier in the detailing communities.

I suppose what I am getting at, is that there are permanent liquid applied products, which are designed to add a hardened, clear, protective, and most importantly, permanent coat/layer

You'll find plenty of happy customer reviews for opticoat: google if youre interested.

I do however doubt Dynaflo is using a product in this category; probably just a clear polymer protectant.
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28th February 2012, 09:49 AM   |  #65  
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they say it works dragging dummy phones tho
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28th February 2012, 03:08 PM   |  #66  
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Nice find. Even though those are dummy phones, I'm impressed.
28th February 2012, 03:46 PM   |  #67  
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Originally Posted by snidrx

they say it works dragging dummy phones tho

Haha you watch linus too
28th February 2012, 04:21 PM   |  #68  
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Originally Posted by ColdBlog

Haha you watch linus too

haha yes! actually it was Linus led me to this product. too bad i'm having a hard time to order it online coz of shipping costs.
28th February 2012, 05:20 PM   |  #69  
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I ended up buying some from Dynatron, the makers of cooling assemblies. It appears that Hard-Shield is the same product as Liquid-Armor as stated on Liquid Armors site.

I used 3 coats and so far so good. I've had it on for about a week now and usually keep my phone in my pocket or jacket pocket. I'm not going to purposely try to scratch my screen but if something happens I'll certainly update my findings to this thread.
28th February 2012, 05:34 PM   |  #70  
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but what if you want to take it off???
do you have to "scrape" it off? wouldn't the scraping action scratch the screen?

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