Want to offer Liquipel's nano-coating in your retail store?
0. phoneArena posted on 25 Feb 2013, 13:31
Imagine being able to add Liquipel's nano-coating to customers coming into your retail store with their smartphones and you're the one collecting the big bucks while providing a much needed service to smartphone owners; Liquipel, in addition to looking to expand to other countries, has a complete turnkey package available that allows you to add nano-coating from your current retail space...
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1. Loubielou posted on 25 Feb 2013, 14:03 0 0
If this is better than buying cases an screen protectors for our it will become popular,its the Price we have to pay to get this done that might be then only stumbling block,if mobile produces can offer this on modern phones this might bump the prices up more
9. gmracer1 posted on 26 Feb 2013, 10:02 3 0
Liquipel is for waterproofing--not for protection against physical damage to the phone/screen.
Not having a case and screen pros would be ignorant. Use your head.
2. andro. posted on 25 Feb 2013, 14:07 1 0
From my experience working in the mobile sector this would be a touchy subject,the most common damage found in phones away from repair is water damage.
Phones can be sent away for repair for any fault but as soon as moisture has been detected on the indicators internally,it doesn't matter what the repair is or how it might have nothing to due with moisture ingress the warranty is still instantly void. Iphones are especially prone to this as apple has more moisture indicators than any other handsets and they rather conviently are located as close to the surface as possible by the speakers,lock screen button. If customers got this liquilpel process done in store and phones still somehow showed up as water damage on repairs there would be some fierce confrontations!
3. NexusKoolaid posted on 25 Feb 2013, 14:08 0 0
@Loubielou - Depends on what you're looking to protect your phone from. This coating is fine for water/moisture, but offers no protection against bumps, drops or scratches, so IMO this is not better than buying screen protectors or cases.
4. darac posted on 25 Feb 2013, 14:41 1 0
Anyone knows how this works on galaxy s3?
Just don't see how it can protect the back cover from leakage
6. tech2 posted on 26 Feb 2013, 03:39 6 0
WTH r u talking about ? did u even read the post ? This is a 'COATING' !
8. wumberpeb posted on 26 Feb 2013, 09:05 1 0
Well, should anything happen to your phone where the device needed replacement, you'll have to buy another round of nano coating for the replacement device. There isn't a phone out there that I trust to be reliable for a long enough time where I'd feel that I got my money's worth for that extra purchase. This isn't a case you can sell to someone else when you give up the phone...
Otterbox - $35-$50
LifeProof - $80
Liquipel - Probably $75-$100
Now you're getting into the range of the cost of the deductibles you'd pay, in some instances, should you get the phone liquid damaged and need a replacement device. I just don't see this being worth it in any situation
10. gmracer1 posted on 26 Feb 2013, 10:07 0 0
The ARMOR series has the only waterproof cases, from Otterbox, but they're only for the S3's and iPhones.
Some of my customers don't believe in insurance, so I can seem them (maybe) getting Liquipel.
Imma try to get one of those towers in my store xD