Liquipel 2.0 Coating Will Make Your iPhone Waterproof [Video]

Posted January 8, 2013 at 6:58pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 27139 views

Liquipel today announced the second generation of their nanotechnology that waterproofs electronic devices.

The science behind Liquipel 2.0 represents significant advancements in durability, corrosion resistance and water protection. Extensive company testing has shown Liquipel 2.0 to be up to 100 times more effective than its predecessor, Liquipel 1.0, while maintaining component integrity and RF sensitivity.

"Liquipel version 2.0 is a huge advancement for super-hydrophobic nanotechnology," said Danny McPhail, Liquipel's' Head of Product Development and Co-Founder. He further stated, "The release of 2.0 represents our ongoing R&D commitment to advancing our technology and products. Innovation is the key to our success. Our customers have reconfirmed that the science behind 2.0 places us at the forefront of the industry."

Liquipel's patent-pending process creates a liquid-repellant coating, that is microscopic and forever lasting because the coating becomes a part of the device. Liquipel is virtually untraceable and will not affect, nor compromise the look, feel and performance of the device.

Managing Director Sam Winkler told Engadget that a device thoroughly treated with Liquipel 2.0 can achieve a liquid protection rating of at least IPX7: immersion at a depth of 1m for 30 minutes. The company is also now offering 4ft x 4ft "Liquipods" for shops that want to provide the Liquipel treatment themselves.

Liquipel also offers a direct to customer service which lets you send your iPhone in for treatment at a cost of $59 plus shipping.

Read More [via Engadget]




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Bill Smith - April 20, 2013 at 3:01am
I wonder if its they are still in business? They have not been answering their phones or returning calls for over 2 weeks!
Dabears - January 10, 2013 at 7:24am
Saran Wrap 2.0 works as well.
nicholas168 - January 9, 2013 at 3:56pm
Don't EVER FULLY TRUST LIQUIPEL. LIQUIPEL is USELESS. my phone get water damage also after do LIQUIPEL....!!!!
Simon - January 10, 2013 at 12:33am
That's why they came out with a 2.0!!!
Wulak - January 9, 2013 at 4:32am
That it work on others phones?
Hugo - January 8, 2013 at 10:44pm
That feature should be included in the iPhone 5s.
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