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The first invisibleSHIELD® design came about in early 2005 when a man wanted to protect his wristwatch from nicks and scratches. He found the solutions in a clear, thin, and very durable military film originally made to protect US military helicopter blades from high-speed damage. He immediately saw the massive potential for a virtually invisible and indestructable protective covering in consumer use, and began working on two fronts: legally securing this new idea of putting a clear protective adhesive film covering on electronic devices, and developing otther innovative uses for the film. Once patents were prepared and filed, the invisibleSHIELD made its world debut.

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USB 1.1 / 2.0 Cables

Universal Serial Bus (USB) is a serial bus standard to connect devices to a host computer.

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USB Type-C / 3.1 Cables

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