One of the biggest fears of a smartphone owner is dropping his/her phone in the water. At CES 2012, one of the many attractions which caught the eye of cell phone enthusiasts was Liquipel’s new innovation to the cell phone industry. Liquipel basically provides an extra layer of coverage that protects iPhones and other cell phones against water damage. Still not buying it? Click below to see Liquipel in action.

Currently, Liquipel is not available any varies in price depending on which cell phone model needs coverage but for the iPhone 4/4S, coverage starts at $59.
Users can visit Liquipel’s website to find out more details about this breakthrough innovation.


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