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BodyGuardz Leads Industry Again with New Express AlignTM Installation Method

BodyGuardz, leader in device protection products and consumer electronics accessories, including the award-winning ScreenGuardz® Pure™, announced today the release of Express Align™, the company’s patent pending, revolutionary installation method for screen protectors.

“Express Align is an industry leading installation tray preloaded with the screen protector. This new pioneering product provides the easiest, most accurate, bubble-free alignment available,” said Daniel Dean, Product Marketing Manager for BodyGuardz.

Unlike other installation methods, the Express Align uses a unique technology solution that allows for perfect alignment every time. The applicator consists of a preloaded tray that houses the screen protector. Simply removing the back liner from the protector exposes the light adhesive and places the entire tray over the device. The tray is specifically designed to match each individual device. With a quick slide of the finger over the tray, the protector attaches to the device using the adhesive. Once set, the tray is removed revealing a perfectly adhered screen protector.

“While we still stand behind the suction cup application currently sold on the market, we have once again provided the industry with an even better way to help consumers install the best protection possible for their electronic devices,” said Kirk Feller, President and CEO of BodyGuardz. “We are constantly innovating to create more effective and efficient ways to impact the market, and now we have developed a way to eliminate the stress of applying a do-it-yourself screen protector. This is exactly why we are considered the leaders in mobile device protection.”

Express Align Advantages:

  • Ease of application – A 30-second installation process that solves the ever-present problem of tricky application, and allows customers to apply protector better than “the professionals” without needing to touch the protector with their hands.
  • Accurate alignment – Fear of misalignment dispelled with accurate application each and every time.
  • Appearance – No suction bubbles that irritate consumers or disrupt the aesthetic look of the device.
  • Advantage Program – Eligible for 30-Day money back guarantee, 90-Day product warranty, lifetime replacements, and 20% off to returning customers.

BodyGuardz remains aware of the difficulty consumers experience with screen protector installation and will continue to provide its internationally recognized customer support via phone, e-mail, and chat along with clear instructions in product packaging and interactive online videos and tutorials. You can find out more information about the Express Align here and the ScreenGuardz Pure here.

About BodyGuardz

BodyGuardz, founded in 2002, is committed to offering top-quality products and services. The company prides itself in providing products, service and delivery that customers notice is a step above the rest. BodyGuardz includes UltraTough clear skins full-body films available for hundreds of devices; ScreenGuardz, screen protectors available in multiple film types including the industry leading ScreenGuardz Pure; armor, which are custom-cut protectors featuring designs for device personalization; Cases for a variety of smartphones and tablets; Earjax premium earbuds; Earjax Echo Wireless Bluetooth Speaker and more. For more information, visit: bodyguardz.com/company.

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