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ScreenGuardz screen protector for mobile electronics is made of glass instead of plastic. It is manufactured by Bluffdale-based BodyGuardz. Courtesy image
BodyGuardz introduces glass screen protector for mobile devices
Mobile » Screen cover made of glass instead of plastic and will not shatter.
First Published Sep 19 2013 09:51 am • Last Updated Sep 19 2013 09:58 am

Bluffdale-based BodyGuardz, which makes protective film and cases for mobile phones, introduced Wednesday a new screen protector for iPhones that is made of glass instead of plastic.

ScreenGuardz Pure is an ultra-thin sheet of tempered glass that is positioned over the touchscreen of the mobile device. It sells for $39.95 for the new iPhone 5S and 5C and also is available for other mobile electronics including the iPad, Galaxy S3 and S4, Galaxy Note III and older iPhones.

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The screen protector uses an smudge-resistant coating and is only 0.4 millimeters thick. It also is made to not shatter for safety. The protector is available now through www.bodyguardz.com. Traditionally, protective films for mobile devices are made of plastic.

BodyGuardz and another Salt Lake County-based mobile electronics company, ZAGG, now have protective film and other accessories for the new iPhones, which will be released Friday.

vince@sltrib.com




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