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Wrapsol Ultra Film Protects Phones When They're Dragged Behind a Car at 35 MPH

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The makers of Wrapsol Ultra adhesive film wanted to prove how well their product protects gadgets. So they took an innocent Nokia, wrapped it up like a sandwich, and dragged it behind a car at 35 miles per hour. Ouch.

The Wrapsol adhesive film is priced from $25, and while probably not intended for what's shown in the video, can supposedly handle six foot drops.


Of course, no one's showing us a six-foot fall. Instead we're to believe that the film has magical shock-absorbtion abilities based on little bounces against concrete. I'd have an easier time believing this whole thing if someone had made it a point to show that the abused phone is completely functional and not just scratch-free. And dropped it from six feet up. [SlashGear]