Wrapsol ultra adhesive films for mobile device protection

Wrapsol ultra adhesive films for mobile device protection

Wrapsol, LLC., introduced Wrapsol ultra, a patent-pending, first-ever line of adhesive films to include a shock absorption property that provides both drop and scratch protection for today’s most popular portable and mobile devices. Custom cut for the Apple iPhone and iPod lines, Blackberry, Motorola Droid and Nexus One handsets, the Sony PSP and several other devices, Wrapsol ultra is twice as strong as simple scratch-proofing films and adheres in about a minute using no moisture, for nearly instant protection against damage from off-the-counter and out-of-pocket falls.

Unlike generic polyester-based films that only cover screens and can tear easily, Wrapsol protects the entire device front to back with a strong, flexible film that evolved from paint and bumper protection in the automotive industry, including Formula One cars. The adhesive film technology used in Wrapsol ultra goes further to provide a level of shock protection previously possible only with clunky cases.

Wrapsol ultra protective films use a new dry application process making protecting mobile phones, MP3 players, netbooks, notebooks, digital cameras and portable gaming devices faster than ever before with a quick, three-step process: simply align the film, tack it down, smooth it on. An air bubble-releasing adhesive that is unique to Wrapsol ultra ensures the smoothest application possible.

“Consumers invest a lot of time and money to select the right mobile phone, notebook computer or MP3 player that not only keeps them connected, but best fits their personal style,” said Lew Cohen, founder and president of Wrapsol. “Using our unique, patent-pending film, Wrapsol ultra provides more thorough protection for mobile device than any other solution available today.”

Like the original Wrapsol, the Wrapsol ultra films are optically clear and come cut precisely to the curves, buttons, slots and ports of individual devices for a perfect, contour hugging fit that includes corner, side and slide out protection that preserves the original design of the device.

Wrapsol ultra protective film products will be available in the coming weeks for today’s most popular devices, including the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch, Nexus One, Motorola Droid, Blackberry handsets including the Blackberry Storm 9550, Blackberry Bold 9700 and Blackberry Tour, the Palm Pre Plus and the Sony PSP 3000 and PSP Go. For more information, visit www.wrapsol.com.

Wrapsol is as dedicated to protecting the environment as it is to protecting devices. For every Wrapsol scratch-proof protection system sold, the company makes a donation to Cool Earth, a non-profit organization that helps protect endangered rainforests world-wide. And in keeping with the three Rs—reduce, reuse and recycle—Wrapsol products come in recycled, reusable and 100% recyclable packaging and start at $24.99.

Source: Businesswire

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