Waterproof cases, they work, they get the job done, they keep your phone safe from the accidental death plunge into water, but what if you don’t like the big, bulky, rubbery waterproof cases? Well now you don’t need a waterproof case to protect your phone, now you have liquipel.
Liquipel is a company out in California that has figured out a way to internally waterproof your phone, computer, camera, or any electronic device and keep it safe from water damage, WITHOUT a waterproof case.
All you need to do is send your phone or electronic device out to Liquipel (yes that requires you to live without your phone or device for a little while) and they waterproof your stuff for you and send it back.
Now most people probably think, “how much is this gonna cost me?” Well believe it or not, in most cases it’s cheaper then buying a waterproof case. The price varies depending on how fast you want your device back. If your in no hurry it costs you $60 for the liquipel and depending where your coming from, the shipping. I live in CT so for me its only $10 shipping so for $70 bucks i get a waterproof phone that i don’t have to go out and buy a big bulky, goofy case for, and i can put it in watever regular case i want and it’s still waterproof.
Most waterproof cases range from as cheap as $40 to $100. You also have the option of getting the waterproof bags for like $30, but for $70 to waterproof your phone and not have to have a big bulky case, i say thats a phenomenal deal, especially considering how much it cost to buy your phone in the first place. I’m not sure about everyone else but i personally will gladly spend $70 to protect my $300 investment of a cell phone, that’s penny’s compared to what i spent on the actual phone, with no waterproof warrenty (thanks apple)
When the next iphone comes out this year and liquipel tests and makes a coating for the new phone you better believe that i will be sending my phone out to California to keep it protected from accidental water damage. And besides, if you have an older iphone like i do, put your sim card back in your old phone, send your new phone out to California to get waterproofed and when it comes back your good to go. Ya sure you might have to wait a week or 2 until you get it back but would you rather be 2 weeks without your new phone or pay an extra couple hundred bucks to get a new one? Call me crazy but I’m going to go with option A.
To learn more about Liquipel you can go to the source below to watch an interview with the founders of Liquipel or you can go to their website and check it out for yourself: