As a follow-up to my link to Danny’s post about Liquipel there is this review on iHeartApple2:
After viewing videos and reading reviews I think Liquipel is a great idea that is just not quite there yet. I think it would be great for protecting your phone in the rain or from spills but a toilet or pool, no way! It’s clear that results will vary in every situation and with this being said I just could not feel confident enough to recommend or use Liquipel right now.
Some protection is better than no protection, I always say. However, one shouldn’t expect to go swimming with one’s iPhone either.
/via fellow-Viddler Thomas Kover (TKO).
Danny Nicolas, on the newly-revived Waking Ideas blog, about Liquipel:
The number one complaint that I hear from friends, family and random strangers complaining on the train is that their personal technology devices (mp3 player, phone, watch, etc.) are not waterproof. The number one enemy to their electric devices is water. Be it the humidity in the air, the sweat from a successful exercise session, or devices that just seem to be drawn to pools of standing water, there’s a huge disconnect between the number one feature people want, and the ever increasing feature list of things that don’t matter as much.
I’ve often thought that every single device which is meant to be used daily should also be waterproof. There is a huge benefit to the user even if that device never, ever gets completely submerged in water. I may have to look into Liquipel further.
Be sure to watch the video demonstration at the tail end of Danny’s blog post.