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By FlyerOne, Member on 2nd November 2012, 12:56 AM
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Based on the proliferation of Liquipel ads appearing in the google ads of this forum (yes I know google ads are targeted), I decided that this information could help XDA'ers save themselves from being conned. Australian Choice just announced their 2012 Shonky Awards and Liquipel came in as number 3. As a result, "Based on CHOICE testing that showed the manufacturer’s claims are false, NSW Fair Trading has issued a substantiation notice under the Australian Consumer Law that requires Liquipel to justify the advertised claims."

The Choice article can be seen here.
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28th November 2012, 06:00 AM |#2  
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Interesting... considering Popular Science gave them an award for 2012 for awesomeness.
28th November 2012, 10:44 PM |#3  
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Not that strange really.
One has no reason to be impartial, the other's reputation relies on it. I know who I'll believe.

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6th December 2012, 10:23 AM |#4  
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The Choice testing is just as "shonky". They should have consulted with a university first. As for the company and their product. Often times, management, promotion and PR are at odds with the science department.
3rd January 2013, 10:41 PM |#5  
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Liquipel is the shiznit. I got Liquipel on my phone back in June and itís saved it from getting destroyed at least three times. I even dropped it in a bubbling jacuzzi and it survived. Iíve been a believer ever since. You canít tell anything has been done to it at all which is kinda a trip, but it comes back all clean in a nice metal container with a microfiber pouch. All in all Iíd say its worth the $59. You no longer have to worry about losing a phone over a spilled drink or a little rain. Makes you feel special
7th January 2013, 08:43 AM |#6  
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Is there anyone else having positive results with liquipel? Because I am seriously considering sending my phone off to have it done.

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