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Protect Your Screen with intelliARMOR - #intelliarmor



In the world today we are bombarded by technology. Most of us spend more than 50% of our day glued either to our computer or our telephone, whether we're browsing social media or for work. I know quite a few people who would make the return trip to their home if they've forgotten their cell phone because they just can't live without it. I have to admit that I am one of those person. I have been trying recently to cut back on my cell phone use, because it just seems like I am so out of touch with human interaction lately. I remember the days when I would actually pick up the phone to talk to someone, now most of it is done through texting. I would live for the days to send and receive mail, not email, but through the post office. However, I'm not here to slam you today about your cell phone usage. Today I want to talk about something else. If you love your phone and you may have recently upgraded to the brand new model from whichever company that you love, you might have also gotten that spanking new case to protect it, but have you also thought about protecting the screen? If you have, did you get an intelliARMOR?


I recently read an article about how much radiation is given off when you use your cell phone. Most of us spend our day either looking at our cell phones or talking on them. One of the downsides of today's technology is our constant exposure to radio frequencies emitted from our devices. With that in mind, intelliARMOR set out to create a screen protector that would do double duty - protect both you and your screen.

The intelliARMOR screen protector reduces radiation by up 69%, depending on how you hold your phone, and this effectiveness was proven by an independent lab. I'm not sure how it does it, but I feel better knowing this.

Now the screen is super thin and crystal clear and you wouldn't even know that I have it on my phone unless I told you. My display doesn't look any different and the touch sensitivity is top notch. I'm not a fan of constantly pressing on my screen to make it work so that was a plus. The screen is made to resist smudges and smears so your phone will look as good as new for as long as you own your phone.

Installation was a breeze and each intelliGLASS kit includes a COMPLETE PROTECTION PACKAGE with retail packaging, microfiber cloth, cleaning wipe, and dust removal stickers. I thought for sure that I would have a ton of bubbles when installing but NOPE, I was able to do it flawlessly.


Now I admit that I personally, no matter how well my phone screen is protected, I still want added protection. After all, you've paid lots of money for your phone and you want to keep it protected. So the question you might be asking. Is your phone still able to fit into a case?

I have mine in an Otterbox and I can tell you that YES, it was still able to fit. Now I have added protection for my screen and also for myself. I'm able to reduce the radiation that my phone gives off and I feel better knowing that I am a lot safer.

So if you're in the market for a new screen protector for your brand new phone, or even an older one. Check out intelliARMOR and grab yourself one today!

Annmarie John
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