We got the black iPod nano last week. Within 3 minutes of getting it out of Apple's packaging, we started seeing small scratches on its shiny surface.
We knew we need to get some PROTECTION for this baby. Somebody at the office remembered seeing a product at MacWorld Boston called the InvisibleShield. The demonstrator at the booth was scratching the crap out of an iPod screen with a car key, but only 1/2 the screen was being marked up.
Why? The undamaged half was protected by the InvisibleShield :-) We got us some for the iPod nano and we'll show you how to apply it in this FirstLook review.
There were two pieces (front, back) to a package. We decided to only use the front piece. We have a piece of velcro on the back for the car mount.
What's difference in appearance?
The iPod on the left was before the shield had been applied. Its surface was glass smooth and the clickwheel had a matte appearance. The photo on the right had the shield on and dried. There was now a glossy texture to the entire iPod.
As much as we would like to demonstrate the toughness of the InvisibleShield, we are NOT going to take a car key to our brand new iPod nano. However, we will use it for a few months and show you how the InvisibleShield fares with an InTheWild update.
3. Clickwheel Cutout install
4. One Year Later
Initial Impression- Thin and Strong
Usability- No need to rush...
Durability- Lifetime Replacement
1. iPod nano FirstLook
2. iPod nano FirstUse
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2. Speck cases FirstLook
1. iPod Install in a Porsche
2. Drive+Play FirstLook
3. Drive+Play Installation
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3. Logitech mm50 FirstUse