Genius. I don’t use the word often, unless I’m being sarcastic. But seriously, I think it applies to the fellow who invented Phantom Glass.
I love hearing Arlene Dickenson (of Dragon’s Den and many other non-TV things fame) say that the country will be in good hands when she sees a young entrepreneur come on the show to present their product or business. That is exactly how I felt when I met with Richard Waters, the inventor of Phantom Glass. When Richard told me he was only 20 years old, that he’d spoken with someone at Staples and got them to carry his products, and about all the success he’s had with everything so far, I was encouraged about the future of our country.
I thought about taking pictures of my iPad and iPhone, which have been kitted out with Phantom Glass screen protectors. But, then I thought —the product is so clear that it doesn’t look like there’s a screen protector on them at all. So I nixed that idea. Here’s what I’m showing you instead:
Here’s something that’ll appeal to many of you: Phantom Glass fills scratches! What? Yes, the scratches you may have on your devices will be filled in with the silicone. One thing that I couldn’t believe when I had the Phantom Glass installed (in less than 30 seconds), was how discoloured and bubbly my previous “sticker” screen protector looked. I’d only had that since January. Phantom Glass is available for smart phones, cameras, tablets and the MacBook Pro.
Next, I want a Phantom Glass for my MacBook Pro. She is mostly left closed, since I have an external monitor—but when I do use her on the go, I notice how dusty the screen gets. I bet you can think of plenty of your devices that could use a Phantom Glass, am I right? Phantom Glass is available at Staples Canada, Best Buy, Future Shop and all the other places listed on the “where to buy” page.