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Die SWIDO Anti-Reflective Schutzfolie für Ihr Forerunner 935 Garmin ist perfekt für den Einsatz auf hochauflösenden Displays geeignet.
Durch die Anti-Reflex Beschichtung der Folie werden Lichtreflexionen des Garmin Forerunner 935 Displays extrem vermindert.
Diese innovative anti-reflektierende Displayschutz Folie überzeugt ebenso durch eine extrem hohe Kratzbeständigkeit und Einsatzdauer.
Die fettabweisende Oberfläche verhindert Fingerabdrücke auf dem Forerunner 935 Garmin Display.
Mobile Geräte werden mit diesem Displayschutz langfristig vor Kratzer und Verschmutzungen geschützt.
Unerwünschtes und regelmäßiges Auswechseln der Schutzfolie entfällt somit ganz.
Das blasenfreie Anbringen der antistatischen Garmin Forerunner 935 Displayschutzfolie ist mühelos entsprechend der mitgelieferten Anleitung durchzuführen.
Durch die spezielle Haftschicht ist ein Montagewerkzeug nicht mehr notwendig. Die Folie schmiegt sich wie von selbst an das Display.
Die Schutzfolie besitzt eine besondere Haftschicht ohne Klebstoff und ist somit stets repositionierbar sowie rückstandsfrei entfernbar.
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