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September 15, 2015

CTIA 2015 LAS VEGAS AWARDS WINNER

GPEL wins CTIA 2015 LAS VEGAS AWARDS "HOT for Holidays"

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August 12, 2015

Are Tempered Glass Screen Protectors Better Than Traditional Plastic Screen Protectors?

We buy insurance for our cars and homes because they are large investments but what can we do to protect our expensive mobile phones?  Screen protectors are the best insurance you can buy for your phone.  There are many different kinds of screen protectors from inexpensive plastic to more expensive Gorilla glass.  Many shop around before buying car insurance but not many do when it comes to protecting their phone.  Knowing what you are buying will help save this vital investment. 

There are two types of screen protectors on the market; plastic and tempered glass.   There are differences between the two that should be considered.  Plastic screen protectors are cheaper than glass but don’t provide the protection of tempered glass.   When you think of tempered glass think of the wind screen in your auto.  Tempered glass resists rocks, bugs and other hazards.  While a plastic wind screen would provide basic protection, as you can imagine it is not able to stand up to the harshness of everyday life so too this applies to mobile screens.

While tempered glass screen protectors are not infallible it is much better to replace a broken protector than the original glass on your mobile.  The down side of glass protectors is the thickness.  At an average of .5mm this doesn’t seem worth a concern but on some models of mobiles it does create a raised edge that some find not appealing.   Despite the thickness, the feel of a tempered glass screen is much closer to the original screen than that of a plastic protector and provides better responsiveness. 

Additionally mobile devices generate heat that can erode plastic screens.  The tempering process of glass screens involves a thermal heat treatment to increase the tensile strength of the glass, therefore glass screens are able to withstand the heat generated by the mobile device as well as be more scratch resistant like the wind screen of your car. 

Having sold over 10 million units GPEL offers premium tempered glass screen protectors.  While the best way to prevent damage to your mobile screen is avoid dropping it but as we all know that is not realistic.  Using a high quality tempered glass screen protector from GPEL will save your investment.  Using Corning 3D Gorilla Glass, GPEL sells the best glass protectors on available on the market.  Insuring the safety of your phone can be done by purchasing a high quality tempered glass screen protector from GPEL.  It is the best investment you can make to protect your vital phone.

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June 10, 2015

GPEL iPhone 6+ Edge to Edge Tempered Glass Screen Protector Review

GPEL iPhone 6 Plus Edge to Edge Tempered Glass Screen Protector Review. Thanks to Jeff

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June 10, 2015

How GPEL tempered glass will protect my Phone?

Usually regular glass breaks easily but to make it stronger it is tempered via thermal and chemical means so that it secures screen below it perfectly. Ion-exchange process is other important technique to increase toughness of material. You can find so many screen protectors in market nowadays made up of Asahi glass but you must buy your accessories from most trusted sellers.

GPEL recently launched its first Gorilla Glass curved glass screen protector in the market with surprising strength and durability characteristics. Usually people purchase screen covers from highly priced stores even with inconvenience of colour and casing design. GPEL is here to serve you most attractive colour and design options with its latest tempered screen cover models. So if you are thinking to buy Samsung Galaxy S6 and Apple iPhone 6 searching for best screen protector to keep it safe, it is best time to click here and place your order for amazing collection of tempered glass screen covers.

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June 05, 2015

What is Tempered Glass?

It is also called as toughened glass that is developed after regulated chemical or heat treatments that helps to increase strength of glass. The process of tempering adds inner glass surface into tension whereas compression works over outer surface. With this type of stress, whenever glass is broken due to any reason it does not splinter in form of jagged shards rather it collapse into granular chunks which do not cause injury. A tempered glass screen protector is made up of many layers where bottom layer is formed with absorbent silicon, then PET film and above this is an adhesive tempered glass with optical clear form which is finally secured with an oleophobic coating. With this typical arrangement it becomes at least five times stronger as compared to normal glass.

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