Month: February 2022

Spring Forward with NuShield

This year March 13 is when Daylight savings time begins which means longer daytime hours. And while the temperatures in many parts of the country are still on the chili side, warmer weather is on its way.  That means we will be spending more time walking, running, playing and driving.

And we will be using our electronic devices outside as well.  But the glare reflecting off the surface of these devices makes it hard to read the displays. And it’s rather important that you can see the display, especially if it’s your handheld device or the GPS in your car.

Today every new car is equipped with an LCD display to help you backup or guide you to your destination.  As the screens became larger and taking up more area on your dashboard you probably noticed the increase in glare that is reflecting off that glass.  

For most car models NuShield recommends the Triple A antiglare screen protector film which will diffuse this glare and hide fingerprints. And when glare goes away, the image gets easier to see with a glance instead of having to look longer and taking your eyes off the road.

As the weather gets warmer and you are out there driving a convertible or riding a motorcycle you will notice that the glare is even more dangerous.  Fortunately, the NuShield DayVue anti-reflective screen protector film was created for these situations to reduce glare and allow you better visibility.  The film, originally made for the U.S. military so that soldiers can read their displays in bright daylight and also while wearing polarized sunglasses, will stand up to the harshest conditions.

Both films are easy to install because they use a tacky adhesive. Any air bubbles can be pushed out easily and if the film is put on crooked, it can be lifted off and the installation can be restarted. The surface can be cleaned easily using a microfiber cloth. 

NuShield currently has film sizes to fit most GPS devices for cars and motorcycles, and the company will work with you to create a new size to fit your display for later models that are not in their database yet.  To enjoy improved visibility, visit the NuShield website to order your film or contact us to have a film cut to size for your device if it is not already listed. Order a NuShield screen protector today. 

Is Blue Light Eye Strain a Myth or Fact?

According to leading ophthalmologists and a recent report from GigaOm’s technology research platform, long-term exposure to blue light after dark can lead to chronic insomnia, and even breast cancer. This blue light however is only given off by devices using Light Emitting Diode (LED). These would include computer monitors, tablets, flat-screen TVs (such as those manufactured by Samsung, Sony, and LG), and OLED TVs with curved screens, including Panasonic, Samsung, and LG.

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