I don’t know about you but the one things I hate about screen protectors are the bubbles. It seems no matter how careful I am I always end having at least one bubble still there that I have to work out. A company called GreatShield has just announced EZseal that they claim to be 100% bubble free, how that works I’m not sure but it has something to do with some special tape they’re using…
No need to take ‘How to Apply a Screen Protector, 101’ to learn how to apply GreatShield’s new EZseal. It is so easy to apply to your iPad 2 screen that a complete novice applied it quickly and with great success. The secret is that there is no tape used on the EZseal frame like all others on the market today. A special Japanese adhesive on the frame allows the screen protector to be removed and applied as many times as needed.
GreatShield’s EZseal is made from a remarkable material called PET TiN (Titanium Nitride) that provides the ultimate protection for the iPad 2 screen from dust and scratches. It is so strong that it is completely ‘wash and wear’ – take the EZseal off, wash it with water, dry it with a cloth and reapply it as many times as needed. EZseal is only 0.188 mm thick yet is strong enough to protect iPad 2 screen from the harshest abuse while still providing the user with pinpoint accuracy.
The matte finish banishes any glare under natural to fluorescent light on the iPad 2 screen and enables its user to see the screen clearly from any angle with a 93% see through visibility. GreatShield’s EZseal provides a seamless transition from frame to screen as there is only 0.02 mm difference between the middle area and the frame. No static electricity effect with this screen protector.