10 January 2013 04:30 | By Paul Lamkin
CES 2013: Craziest tech on show

CES 2013: Invisible Phone Guard (IPG)



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Eric Mazzini slices celery on top of a Kindle protected with an Invisible Phone Guard (IPG) covering. The company makes the scratch-proof, self-healing protective covers for over 600 devices with prices ranging from US$12.95-$24.95 depending on the model.

Invisible Phone Guard is a super durable scratch protection film that was originally created for the US military to protect helicopter blades and fighter planes'€™ head lights from damage.

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