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BodyGuardz unveils clear iPhone skin

updated 11:05 am EDT, Wed September 12, 2007

BodyGuardz iPhone skin

BodyGuardz has unveiled a "scratch-proof" transparent skin for Apple's iPhone, offering protection for the cellular handset without covering up the device in a case. BodyGuardz protectors are made from the same materials used to protect the front of automobiles from stones and other abrasive elements, covering the iPhone in a thin film. The skin requires no special care or maintenance, and each pack includes two Complete BodyGuardz skins. The new protective cover for Apple's iPhone is available for $25, and the company also offers skins for the MacBook Pro as well as various iPod models. BodyGuardz says it is also planning to ship protection for the iPod touch on November 3rd.




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  1. growlf

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Hmmm...

    Strange how I bought (and received) this the week after the iPhone came out.

    Timely reporting.

  1. Arcs

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    woah...

    My IPhone was a gift and with everything as it is, I don't think I'd want to spend 40 bucks on a piece of plastic. I have instead bought gadgetshieldz skin for my 3G and its great so far. The installation worked ok, apart from a few bubbles to start with, which I hear are common enough. For 7 bucks, I'll take it.

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