Protection: The First Line of Defense

It was about 3 years ago when I went to sell my trusted Palm device because I was making the switch to a 2nd gen iPod Touch. I had found this amazing plastic shield protection that I wrapped it with a few years before to save it from scratching too badly. Now since it was time to let it go, I peeled off the plastic to find that there was not even one scratch on it. My Palm device looked brand new, like it just came out of the box. I was totally impressed!....and got an extra $50 because it was in such good condition. Understand here, that there were no scratches on the plastice either....that's how well it held up. The product is Invisible Shield and the company is Zagg. (which is short for zealous about great gadgets)

Needless to say, I wrapped my iPod Touch within hours of recieving it with another Invisible Shield, and when I bought my iPad, the first thing I did was wrap it too. If you want to see a video of how well your device will be protected, look here.

It's true, I am sold on this company and their products and you might even call be a fanboy, but when I can use my devices as roughly as I do, and still have pristine products to sell when the next best thing comes along....for me, it's a no brainer.

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<p>Steve Overton has been working with and providing tech support for realtors for more than 20 years. He was a Dale Carnegie Instructor in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont for 10 years. During that time, he bought his first handheld device — an Apple Newton — and hasn't looked back since.</P>
<p>Currently a realtor in Vermont at <a href="">KW Vermont</a>, Steve owns four Macintosh computers, as well as an iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. He is happily married and lives on 25 acres with his wife of 16 years.</P>