Get guaranteed screen protection from Cellhelmet

Get guaranteed screen protection from Cellhelmet

Choosing a screen protector for your Android smartphone or tablet can sometimes be a risky game to play.  Do you go with a low-priced accessory and take your chances?  Heck, even the more expensive stuff doesn’t necessarily mean you’re protected forever.  If only these things came with a guarantee of some sort.

There’s a new Indiegogo project up right now that might be just the ticket.  It’s called cellhelmet and it is exactly that – a guaranteed screen protector.   As of right now, there are 20 days left until the project ends and folks can get protection for as low as $12 (3-pack).

Each cellhelmet protector is guaranteed for one full year, which starts the day your product is received.  Each pack is specific to your exact device and must be registered within 30 days.

About that guarantee

So what actually happens if or when you scratch your phone after applying a screen protector?  In most cases, you’re out of luck.  With cellhelmet, your glass is replaced at no cost at one the 39 facilities across the country.  You’ll have your baby back within a few days and all will be right in the world.

NOTE: There is a handling fee if there ever should be a claim filed.  It is not much, $25 for phones and $35 tablets, but this means you are still getting a whole new screen for less than $50.

Shipping for the cellhelmet screen protectors begins in September so be on the lookout for these.  In the meanwhile, head to Indiegogo and learn more about the project.  While you are there, secure yours for a few bucks and sleep soundly at night.


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  1. casperi
    August 26, 01:31 Reply

    I’m not sure what I have just seen but my head hurts now. Oh and when u get done cooking dinner can you at least put some pants on in your next film..sigh..

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