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Opticover Protector for new Nano

updated 05:05 pm EDT, Wed September 13, 2006

Nano Opticover Protector

Pacific Rim Marketing today the Opticover Screen Protector new iPod nano. Made from aerospace polyurethane, the Opticover Screen Protector will protect the second-generation iPod nano from scratches with a tough barrier "so durable that it is used on the front of Ferraris and Porches to protect the paint from rocks and road rash. Opticover is so thin you will hardly know it's there. It is so clear you will think it came from the factory this way. Unlike some other products on the market there is no 'orange peel' effect, where the material looks like the texture of an orange skin when applied." The Opticover for the second generation iPod nano is simple to install: users can simply peel back the die cut material and carefully align it with the nano screen and then apply it slowly using a credit card or similar piece of plastic to eliminate any air bubbles that may get trapped between the surface of the iPod and the Opticover Screen Protector material. The Opticover Screen Protector for the second generation iPod nano is $9 (including shipping) and will ship on Monday, September 18, while the Opticover Protector for the iPod with video (front/back) (both 30GB and 80GB) are available immediately for $15 as well.




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