CitiGeeks, an online company that develops and sells screen protectors for smart phones and tablets, has designed perfect easy to use kit that make applying a screen protector with creating a bubbling effective simple and affordable.
Many customers were contacting CitiGeeks, asking exactly how their state-of-the-art screen protectors could be applied to their phones without air bubbles being created. They truly enjoyed the screen protectors, especially as they did not interfere with the touch screen capabilities of their smart phones, but found the bubbles frustrating. CitiGeeks designers immediately began addressing that problem, and have now created a solution which is cheap to buy, and very easy to use. CitiGeeks have even created a video tutorial to aid with the application: http://www.citigeeks.com/installation.
"The release of the sticker kit has been met with relief by many customers that have struggled to maintain their smart phones and keep them in a new condition. Customers have stated that the new kit contains "super instructions for a bubble free installation," and "Once on, invisible, didn't affect user capability at all." The design has also been praised: "It is obvious that a lot of thought went into developing this product." But the most common comment that CitiGeeks has received runs along the lines of: "With the tools provided the installation is aligned perfectly and is dust free."
The new screen protector application kit created by CitiGeeks now allows all smart phone users to care for their phones with ease.
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