Now Your iPhone Can Go Skinny Dipping with Liquipel

One day water and technology may go together like peanut butter and jelly; Liquipel has proven this to us in person. We watched as they submerged their uncased, seemingly unaltered, iPhone 4 into water. And it functioned perfectly! With the iPhone soaking in a pool of water, we watched the screen broadcast totally unaffected. We were even able to push buttons under water with zero noticeable damage. Not only did Liquipel figure out how to water proof an iPhone 4 with no observable changes or drawbacks, but they can convert your phone to a waterproofed phone for an extremely affordable price!

Liquipel uses a patent-pending coating that covers your iPhone or mobile device inside and out, at a molecular level. It’s completely unnoticeable to the human eye; the coating is so small you’d need a microscope to detect the nano-sized layer. The Liquipel coating apparently has zero affect on any device features, including charging. We got to play with a Liquipel iPhone hands-on and couldn’t even tell the difference. Similarly, we were handed two tissues, each tissue felt the same. The only difference is that one tissue had been treated by Liquipel and was unaffected by water; it didn’t get wet, it just repelled water.

You can forget about those clunky waterproof cases and protect your phone the right way; the Liquipel way. Liquipel is currently available for iPhone 4/4s, iPhone 3G/3Gs, HTC Evo/Evo Shift/MyTouch/Thunderbolt, Motorola Droid X/X2, and the Samsung Charge. Prices start at just $59.00 and the process only actually takes about 30 minutes to complete. You can even visit in Santa Ana, California to get your phone treated on the spot. We have to admit, we’re pretty excited about water-proofing our iPhone in the near future, so stay tuned! For more information, see Liquipel.com


  1. From their FAQ:
    “What if my electronic does not turn back on or is broken will Liquipel replace it?”
    “No, Liquipel is not able to tell whether your device was barely
    exposed to moisture or taken scuba diving and therefore cannot assume
    any risk if you break your device.”

    No guarantees. In other words, it’ll work… unless it doesn’t. Then tough luck. I’ll sell you a magic quarter for $100 that will protect you from tigers. It will work. Unless it doesn’t.

  2. This is more or less true. They told me last night that they guarantee the process was properly applied before sending the phone back. Maybe it’s a see-it-to-believe-it type thing, but after personally submerging a treated iPhone 4 in water and watching it function just fine afterwards was proof enough for me.

    Like they say in their FAQ, Liquipel is applied for preventative measures like dropping your phone in the toilet. It’s not designed to take your phone swimming (even if it would probably work).

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