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    Hi Guys,
    I'm around water a lot and I have this horrible worry that my 920 will suffer a horrible drowning death. It would be awesome if this company would support our phones. I'm asking for your help. Take a moment to click the link below and write them a note to support us and help all the 920 owners that are around water all the time.
    Thanks for the help guys!!

    Write them a note to support the 920 Community: Contact Liquipel

    Video of Liquipel in action: What is Liquipel? How does it work? - YouTube

    Last edited by fulnix; 01-04-2013 at 04:36 PM.
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    OverBoard Waterproof Smart Phone Case for Nokia Lumia 920

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    It's an expensive coating and there's really nothing they can do around the USB or Speaker plugin. It's really not waterproof.
    Check out the great deals on Windows Phone Accessories: http://store.wpcentral.com
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    I just carry my phone around in a plastic bag. Impracticable?? Yes. But the chicks dig it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlynnm350z View Post
    I just carry my phone around in a plastic bag. Impracticable?? Yes. But the chicks dig it.
    Hey, nothing wrong with that. When I go boating in the summer mine is in a ziplock baggie, rather play it safe:)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudiepoo1 View Post
    Hey, nothing wrong with that. When I go boating in the summer mine is in a ziplock baggie, rather play it safe:)
    +2 Count me in on the high tech ziplock baggie!
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    Thanks for the advice. I've used the zip lock bag technique even though about the waterproof case. Funny thing about phones and water. It always seems to happen when your not planning for it. Watch the video they completely drench an Iphone water definitely gets in the phone. Yes it's expensive and yes it isn't for people that just want a quick fix. I'm not looking for a quick fix. That is the reason I bought a 920 though, I wanted the best and it all, this is that solution for water.

    Thank you all again for the other solutions, they're not really what I'm looking for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by palandri View Post
    It's an expensive coating and there's really nothing they can do around the USB or Speaker plugin. It's really not waterproof.
    Did you watch the video...looks pretty waterproof to me??
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    Quote Originally Posted by fulnix View Post
    Did you watch the video...looks pretty waterproof to me??
    Nope..

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    Appreciate that review. I hadn't seen that one. I was so hopeful. I really hate cases as I never put them on my phone. Maybe they'll perfect the process in the future but looks like they don't have it down yet :/
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    Regarding Liquipel:
    Palandri says, "It's an expensive coating and there's really nothing they can do around the USB or Speaker plugin. It's really not waterproof."

    No, it's really not. And it has nothing to do with USB or Speaker plugins.

    It is a micro coating of the interior of the phone. Water can completely saturate the phone and it will still work.
    The demo has the phone underwater while playing music with bubbles coming out of the phone as the water fills it.

    It's waterproof, just like it says.

    It's just not available on the Nokia yet. I spoke with the company. They occasionally run into difficulties with hardware buttons sticking.
    Last edited by BlackStar269; 05-10-2013 at 12:06 PM. Reason: Additional information.

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