What is Nanotechnology?
Nanotechnology: Science, engineering, and technology conducted at the nanoscale, which is about 1 to 100 nanometers. Nanotechnology can take different forms in many different areas, but here at Slick gadget, we take advantage of the enhanced abilities of the nanoscale: higher strength, lighter weight, and increased control. We combine those abilities with German engineering to create Titanium Armor. The first nano-layer to be available for your mobile screen to coat, protect, and repel.
How does it work?
Start with SiO2 that is 500 times thinner than one human hair to form a nanotechnology layer. The SiO2 fills in the pores of the glass creating an invisible coating to protect the screen. This bond creates the perfect screen protector for any device.
Can my Phone Screen break with Titanium Armor?
Yes, it’s still possible that your phone screen can break with Titanium Armor? Just like it can break with tempered glass or any other screen protection. Everyone’s phone drop is different. Many factors play into if your screen will break. For example, How far was the drop? Did the phone fall on something hard like concrete or soft like carpet floor? Did you have a case on your phone? How often do you drop your phone? That’s why we offer a screen warranty for peace of mind so you can get your screen fixed if it does break.
Can my screen still scratch with liquid glass?
Yes, it’s still possible that your screen can scratch. It’s “scratch resistant”, not “scratch proof”. It’s meant to hold up for every day uses, for example. Loose change in a pocket or purse, keys, etc… Like above each situation is different. Titanium Armor adds a thin invisible layer to protect the screen, but if the device drops and hits concrete or some rocks/gravel, good chance you can get a scratch. Possibly even a broken screen.
Is it harmful to my device?
No, and there lies the greatness in Titanium Armor. It has been designed, tested, and retested to ensure that it does not have any negative impact on your device. Its goal is to protect your phone without impacting your phone's performance in any way. In fact, you will be able to notice better touch responsiveness once applied.
Can I take it off?
Interesting but why? Why would you want to take off the best screen protector on the market with the highest rated hardness for ultimate protection? Invisible Titanium Armor is designed to protect your screen without being noticed. In fact, you may forget that it is on your device. But rest assured that it is doing its job, providing you the best protection on the market.
Can I use it all over the phone?
Titanium Armor is designed to specifically bond with the glass surface of your phone. We do not recommend using it on plastic, rubber or metal.
My screen is cracked; can I still use Titanium Armor?
No, it is not advisable to put any liquid screen protector onto a cracked screen. If your device is already cracked, the screen will further weaken and deteriorate. It is always advised to replace your screen first and then apply Titanium Armor.
Will Invisible Titanium Armor affect the manufacturer's warranty?
No, it will not. Titanium Armor only enhances your screen with added 9H Hardness protection. All internal components will never be damaged or affected, thereby removing the risks of any warranty issues.
How to apply Titanium Armor to your device?
- Use the enclosed cleaning wipe. This accomplishes two things: first it cleans your phone and second, it will prep your phone for the magic to happen.
- Dry your device with the micro-fiber cloth. Then apply the pre-treated sachet over the entire screen using a circular motion. The pre-treated sachet contains our German engineered formula that will be absorbed into the screen.
- Wait two minutes then polish the screen with the micro-fiber cloth and it is ready for normal use. The nanotechnology fully cures in 48 hours.
Click here to watch a video on the application process.
How many devices can one pack coat?
One pack is designed to cover one device with up to a 10" screen size. We do not recommend trying to coat more than one device as this may not generate the desired result and could void your claim.