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ShieldZone - Screen Protector Manufacturer - Announces New Product Line for Scuba Diving.

SALT LAKE CITY -- ShieldZone announces the release of a new line of invisibleSHIELD[TM] designs created specifically to protect scuba diving equipment. The new invisibleSHIELD[TM] products are available online for immediate shipping at www.shieldzone.com. The product unveiling is taking place November 8-11 at the Dema Show in Orlando, FL.

"We are very excited about this new opportunity, both for us and for the diving equipment industry," said Phillip Chipping, ShieldZone's vice president of new business and founder. "We have been able to bring the fantastic protection offered by invisibleSHIELD[TM] to a group of consumers who are very careful and cautious with their equipment. We think scuba divers will be thrilled with how well the invisibleSHIELD[TM] protects dive computers."

ShieldZone currently offers the following products in their diving equipment line: Aeris XR-1, Aeris Atmos Console 2, Aeris Atmos A1 Console, Aeris Atmos Elite T3, Aladdin Prime Wrist, Oceanic Atom 2.0, Oceanic Pro Plus 2, Oceanic VR3, Oceanic VT3, Suunto Cobra, Suunto Vyper and Suunto D9.

Formed in March 2005, Salt Lake City-based ShieldZone Corporation discovered it could use a film originally created to protect the leading edges of military helicopter blades to also shield handheld electronics with its patent-pending processes. Since then, ShieldZone has introduced more than 600 products to protect mp3 players, iPods, MacBooks, PDAs, cell phones, GPSrs, digital cameras, watch faces and other handheld devices. For more information on the invisibleSHIELD[TM] and ShieldZone, visit www.shieldzone.com.
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