Last week we dove into the water with all you aqua-loving fanatics equipped with a Waterproof iPod Shuffle and Headphones. This week we are going to relax in the hot tub, hit the sauna, and vacation on the beach with a Waterproof Kindle Paperwhite.
Similar to the Waterproof iPod Shuffle and Headphones, the Waterproof Kindle Paperwhite can be submerged 210 feet underwater and has 4GB to hold thousands of your favorite books. It has a front lit display for reading in the dark, along with a rechargeable battery life of eight weeks.
The Dual Layer technology developed by Waterfi. This two-step comprehensive process completely waterproofs and corrosion-proofs electronics from the inside out.
Having worked on a lot of water damaged devices over the years, we are intrigued with how this technology works. Before the waterproofing process begins, empty space inside the device leaves the electronics exposed to potential environmental threats and water damage. Since most casings and coatings are not designed to completely protect the interior components, water eventually makes its way inside the device and short circuits the vital electronics.
But with two layers of protection, you’ll be able to take your Waterproof Kindle Paperwhite anywhere, as well as any other Waterfi electronic.
The first layer is a thick, rubbery, insulator that fills the entire interior of the device and forms a barrier around all of the sensitive electronic components. This barrier protects the device from exposure to water and other damaging elements.
The second layer adds an extra internal barrier that enhances the waterproofing protection and guards the device from corrosion caused by threatening environmental elements such as salt water, chlorine, heat, and steam.
This two-step comprehensive process works to eliminate air pockets and imperfection, giving you a durable, long-lasting, and trusted waterproof Kindle (among other things).
We’ve seen a few devices come in with shattered screens, and then found water damage on the inside. And the customer had no idea! Something as simple as dropping your device on the wet pavement, in a pile of snow, or resting on the bathroom counter while you’re in the shower, can all create water damage to some degree.
Do you have a Waterproof Kindle Paperwhite? If so, do you think Waterfi’s waterproofing technology works well?