DRY-ALL Gadget Helps Remove Moisture from Smartphones
HPL, LLC introduced a new technology called DRY-ALL, which helps dry smartphones if they become wet. Smartphones have become ubiquitous with dependency on these devices increasing each day, owing to new technological developments and product innovations. They have virtually replaced address books, hold all reminders for as long as a year and give users a feeling of being connected always.
If these smartphones become wet and stop working it is sure to jeopardize the user’s official, as well personal commitments. The product introduced by DRY-ALL can absorb all the moisture from the phone, rapidly drying it up. The phone can start working normally when dry without any loss of information.
Company sources added that this new kit has hyperfast dry time and a patent pending absorption chamber that dries wet cell phones within six hours by leveraging DRY-ALLs proprietary blue bead technology. A Smartphone Emergency Kit can be made ready with this product to dry multiple phones which will give huge savings.
Also, the Wet Smartphone Emergency Kit is guaranteed to dry all types of Smartphones and iPhones that have been exposed to moisture in any form such as spills, rain and so on.
DRY-ALL President, Sean Gutierrez, said in a press release, “We believe people deserve a professional product that actually does what it says it is going to do. Here at DRY-ALL we take pride in making a product that works.”
The Wet Smartphone Emergency Kit is similar to a medical emergency kit and helps users deal with a wet cell phone emergency. A 100 percent success rate is assured if the products’ directions are followed diligently.
In a press release, Aime Gutierrez, head of sales and marketing for DRY-ALL, stated, “The Wet Smartphone Emergency Kit has an unbeatable success rate. Water and electronics do not mix yet they somehow always end up together in a potentially deadly situation for your personal electronics. This makes our product something that everyone will need at some point.”
HPL, LLC. manufactures high quality dehumidifiers with proprietary blue bead technology which are very useful in protecting moisture sensitive military equipment. The same technology is being used to dry wet electronic items.
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Edited by Jaclyn Allard