For those of you who don’t know, a Kindle is an e-reader that is designed and marketed by Amazon. When someone says they want an e-reader, they most likely mean they want an Amazon Kindle. Kindles enable users to browse, buy, download, and read e-books, newspapers, magazines, and other digital media from the Kindle Store. Available in five models with varying features, Amazon ensures there’s a Kindle to meet every bookworm’s needs and budgets.
However, a Kindle is a lot more expensive than books. What happens if you drop it or scratch its screen? While ragged books are considered “well-loved” and placed proudly on bookshelves as trophies, a Kindle does not age as gracefully and deserves a little more protection. Once damaged, your Kindle might not be usable anymore.
Most people try to avoid screen protectors on their Kindles since it takes some dexterity to install them. Then there’s also the whole ordeal of getting all the bubbles out and making sure there are no dust particles that get caught inside. To paint a clear picture, it’s relatively easier to screw the whole installation up than to topple down a Jenga tower.
This does not mean, however, that people should forgo screen protectors altogether. Screen protectors allow your Kindle’s screen to come out unscathed should you throw it inside your bag along with your keys and other sharp objects.
Luckily, there are screen protectors in the market that offer premium impact and scratch protection without the hassle of a complex installation process. Such products include Liquipel’s Invisible Screen Protection bundle — a liquid screen protector set that only requires the user to wipe the patented formula on their Kindle’s screen and voila! Instant reliable scratch and impact protection!
For only $14.99, you will get a scratch-resistant, antimicrobial coating on your Kindle minus the bulk and hassle that comes with a regular film screen protector. The Invisible Screen Protection bundle also comes with a $100 “You break it, we fix it” guarantee for your peace of mind. Visit liquipel.com to know more about how you can keep your Kindle perfect for a little while longer.