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Introducing Pure 2 - Next Generation Screen Protection

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Tempered glass screen protection was first introduced to the market by our team as BodyGuardz Pure, which set the standard for tempered glass. Now we are raising the standard again. Introducing BodyGuardz Pure². 

We’ve partnered with Corning Incorporated®, the leader in mobile device glass mass production, to develop the next revolution in tempered glass screen protection. Currently, traditional glass protectors feature glass made of soda-lime. Pure² changes the glass protection game by featuring Aluminosilicate glass, which is superior in almost every way. In addition to its added strength and resistance to scratches, Accessory Glass 2 by Corning is never shaved down to achieve a thinner screen protector. Corning's proprietary Fusion process allows the glass to be created at the desired thickness. The glass is 'born' strong.

“Mobile devices are constantly evolving and we are passionate about developing and bringing new technologies to market that complement and protect those devices. Aluminosilicate glass is superior to traditional soda-lime glass screen protectors in almost every way. Our customers deserve the best, which is why we’re thrilled to announce launching BodyGuardz Pure², featuring aluminosilicate glass.”

- Kirk Feller, President and CEO at BodyGuardz

• Improved scratch resistance: up to 3-5 X improvement in the force required to cause deep strength-degrading scratches which are often accompanied by chipping (lateral cracking).
• Helps to reduce scratch visibility: up to 25% reduction in scratch visibility.
• Helps to reduce breakage for drop events on various everyday indoor/outdoor surfaces: up to 25% increase in drop performance tested under same controlled conditions on various surfaces simulating field failures.
• Enables improved strength after scratch: up to 25% improvement in retained strength, if a deep flaw/scratch occurs.

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