Tempered Glass Screen Protectors Proving Popular with iPhone Users
iPhone users have been flocking towards tempered glass screen protectors to protect and enhance their iphone screens in recent months.
Sarasota, FL, USA – March 9, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —
Online screen protector retailer Window Armor have just announced that they have received a new shipment of their popular Tempered Glass Screen Protectors for iPhone 5, 5s and 5c, and are now ready to ship new customer orders through the Amazon.com Marketplace.
After selling out their initial two orders, A Window Armor spokesperson said “We are fairly confident that we have enough stock this time to keep up with customer demand.”
Window Armor’s tempered glass screen protectors are a premium glass product designed to enhance the look and feel of the iPhone screen and at the same time protect the original glass from scrapes and scratches.
With crystal clear clarity and at just 0.3mm thick, Window Armor is barely visible to the naked eye. Some users of the product report that “Once it’s on, you won’t even know it’s there”.
A hardness rating of 8H to 9H (1 factor below Diamond hardness) gives it the ability to withstand scratches and scrapes and the oleophobic costing helps resist fingerprints and makes cleaning the screen a breeze.
Now selling at Amazon.com the product page there features dozens of customer reviews and full product details.
Window Armor is available now with next day shipping available and is compatible with the iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, and iPhone 5C.
About iStock Accessories:
iStock Accessories is an internet-based creator and vendor of mobile phone and device accessories, specializing in iPhone and iPad screen protectors. The company’s mission is to innovate and create excellent products that shine amongst cell phone users where others fall short. To ensure excellent customer service and the consolidation of information, they sell their products exclusively through the Amazon.com marketplace.
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