The Holy Grail Smartphone/Tablet Screen Protector

Sir Lancelot’s Armor's The Holy Grail are one of the first line of reusable screen protectors made of tempered bulletproof glass. The new screen protectors rank #9 on the Mors scale of hardness -- only a diamond rates higher.  This proprietary glass blend is optimized not just for strength, but also clarity and usability.  The Holy Grail line is only screen protector on the market that is 100% bubble-proof, remarkably easy to apply, and reusable. The Holy Grail screen protectors are currently available for Apple (iPhone, iPads and Minis), Amazon Kindle, Blackberry, HTC, LG, Motorola, Nokia and Samsung models.

The Sir Lancelot’s Armor Holy Grail series offers uncompromising screen protection from everyday scratch threats and protects from substantial impact and scratch related screen attacks such as drops and keys. “Estimates of people with cracked or damaged screens range between 11-% and 23%*, which is no surprise because fixing broken screens costs an average of $250,” said Jon Cyr, CEO of Sir Lancelot’s Armor. “The Holy Grail was created to help people protect their investments. When we demonstrate the technology, we use hammers, drills, razors, keys, knives, saws - anything we can think of to scratch, or crack the screens of a variety of mobile devices.”  

The ultra-thin screen protector can be used as an alternative to a mobile phone case, showing off the sleek aesthetics of your mobile device. It is also compatible with phone and tablet cases and covers, and even battery case chargers such as mophie.

The Holy Grail is simply dropped onto the surface of your mobile device and you’re done.  If it’s not aligned properly, simply use a fingernail to remove and reapply.  The flimsy soft film screen protectors take precision to apply and are easy to scratch, which is why you get multiple sheets in a pack. They also routinely leave bubbles and reduce the screen clarity. Other hard screen protectors use adhesive which allows dust to adhere to the adhesive residue. 

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