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Dynaflo LIQUID-ARMOR Screen Protector hands-on

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Dynaflo LIQUID-ARMOR Screen Protector hands-on
If you haven’t noticed it yet on our site, we’re still fans of screen protectors. Call it strange or something, but consumers are really fascinated about the various kinds of screen protectors out there. From bubble-free ones to those that are touted as being scratch resistant, there are various kinds to appease the wide array of tastes out there, but interestingly enough, we’ve come across one that’s mentioned to be “invisible” and scratch resistant.

Are you curious yet? Well, we certainly hope so because we were initially skeptical about the Dynaflo LIQUID-ARMOR Screen Protector. Dubbed as the revolutionary way of protecting displays of any kind, it’s a spray-on invisible screen protector that offers superior protection – including scratches and is water spill resistant. Essentially, you spray on the Dynaflo LIQUID-ARMOR solution onto the included microfiber cloth, and wipe in one direction to evenly coat the surface.

So yeah, it’s an “invisible” screen protector that also has a high-gloss finish to it when it’s completely dry. Furthermore, it’s touted to be repel both dirt and debris much better than your typical screen protector as well. Naturally, there’s a lot of talk with this intriguing $24.99 retail priced item, so we’re going to see if it can walk the walk.






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posted on 12 Oct 2012, 15:45 2

1. jmoita2 (Posts: 930; Member since: 23 Dec 2011)


Looks pretty cool!!! I'm tired of screen protectors. I just can't stand the bubbles. Even the Wrapsol one performed pretty poorly in the bubble department...

posted on 12 Oct 2012, 21:54

7. BattleBrat (Posts: 1102; Member since: 26 Oct 2011)


Martin Fields, all you need...

posted on 12 Oct 2012, 15:57 1

2. Birds (Posts: 1004; Member since: 21 Nov 2011)


I said it once and I'll say it again. I don't watch John V.'s reviews/hand-on's for the product. I watch it for those sexy brown hands although, I really like his reviews.... And nice cat BTW...

posted on 12 Oct 2012, 16:37

3. ghostkilla1388 (Posts: 50; Member since: 11 Jun 2012)


Is it really that good? i mean i've had zagg and looking at putting it on my Droid X2 but don't like the looks of a traditional screen protector.

posted on 12 Oct 2012, 16:50 2

4. lolwat (Posts: 2; Member since: 09 Oct 2012)


CAN YOU PLEASE STOP USING WIDE APERATURES?! I CAN BARELY SEE ANY DETAIL IN THE VIDEO.

posted on 12 Oct 2012, 21:43

6. squallz506 (banned) (Posts: 1075; Member since: 19 Oct 2011)


..Ikr!

posted on 12 Oct 2012, 19:55 2

5. hellt1M (Posts: 16; Member since: 10 Oct 2012)


i hate scwatches

posted on 12 Oct 2012, 22:34

8. aveese (Posts: 16; Member since: 12 Oct 2012)


is it like a nail polish??? can i remove it with acetone??? btw i love the cat!

posted on 13 Oct 2012, 02:13

9. Bfrenz (Posts: 106; Member since: 26 Aug 2012)


Nice cat. Thx 4 the tip John

posted on 13 Oct 2012, 06:17

10. andro. (Posts: 1960; Member since: 16 Sep 2011)


Hmmm id have worries about this,I see first hand on a daily basis how easy phone repairs can say warranty is void due to moisture damage,if a phone goes faulty could this spray if found on a handset be interpreted as moisture damage i wonder?!

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