How to Use Military Technology to Keep Your Phone Secure

As media consumption grows higher and we use our mobile phones more and more for things like streaming media and catching up on the latest programmes on the iPlayer, there has been a corresponding shift towards larger and larger screens. This means we can watch our favourite things in widescreen comfort with glowing colour and clear resolution, improving the user experience no end and giving us all something interesting to occupy our minds with on those long train journeys.

The one drawback to this is that the screens are so big that they are even easier to scratch and damage, as can be seen easily with recent widescreen handset releases such as the HTC Desire and the Sony Ericsson X10. Certainly, finding a big enough and safe enough Xperia X10 case could be a mean feat, and that can be the case for many phones these days.

A brilliant alternative to your traditional case is the InvisibleSHIELD, which is a specialist film made from the world’s most durable and tough material. Originally invented in a military capacity, the InvisibleSHIELD was designed to protect the edges of helicopter blades as they fly through all the elements at hundreds of miles an hour, withstanding all kinds of wind and weather. This means that it should be more than capable of keeping your phone safe, no matter what you’re doing. And for big kids, there’s that thrill of knowing you’re using what was once state-of-the-art military tech for your own little day-to-day missions, be it a daredevil journey to the office or a long and tiring march of endurance to the corner shop and back.

It’s available for a range of phones and should be more than up for the job of protecting even the largest screens. Stick it on your mobile as soon as you take it out of the box, and you’ll be feeling just like Action Man straight away!