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Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Protect those Christmas presents

After my husband and I finished wrapping up the girls presents this year, we looked at the pile and both said, 'they don't seem as much as previous years'. Even though we spent more this year, (isn't that the case every year?) the number of gifts were less. That's because they are growing older and they have outgrown the ten dollar toys to more sophisticated electronic gadgets. Aside from gift cards, this year they got cell phones, mp3 players, digital cameras, flash drives, watches and clocks, and other electronic gadgets.

Jade who got her mp3 player earlier in the year for her birthday, was already commenting on how the back was getting scratched and wishing she had an ipod case. We found a place where you can get just the right protector for whatever brand new electronic toy you may have. You can get a shield for your cell phone, MP3 players, digital cameras, laptops and whatever else you can think of.

The Invisible Shield protects your surfaces and screens without making it look like it is encased in armor. One reason that you bought that ultra slim phone, after all, is because it is ultra slim. So if you put a thick hard case around it for protection, it kind of defeats the purpose, doesn't it? This plastic looking material is developed for the military to protect the leading edges of helicopter blades. It is thin, clear, virtually invisible and yet tough as nails. You preserve the look and feel of your phone or mp3 player and still protect it from the elements.

The best part is, if they don't have a pre-designed shield for your device, just let them know and they can custom design one for you. The prices are really reasonable compared to the cumbersome cases you could get. But then you'd be right back to the 'armor' problem again.

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