Protect Digital Devices from Disaster: 4 Must Have Products

Protect digital devices from disaster before it’s too late by making an investment in these four must-have products specially designed to keep your technology safe from whatever hazards may come its way. Whether you’re an extreme sports adventurer, parent who spends endless time at the pool during the summer months, or trying to keep your device from being the favorite teething device for your little one, here are four of the best ways to protect the devices you love and rely on each and every day.

  • 4 Ways to Protect Your Digital Devices from Disaster 1 of 5
    Protect your devices from disaster with these 4 must have products before it's too late!
  • LifeProof Case 2 of 5

    This summer I watched my kids' dive coach hop on the diving board repeatedly with his iPhone and wallet in his pocket. "You're going to fall in and your phone will be toast, " I warned. "You need a LifeProof case." He swore he wouldn't fall in but I knew that at least if he did, a LifeProof would keep his phone dry even at the bottom of the diving well. 


    LifeProof cases are sleek, elegant, and fully sealed to protect phones from the elements. The company tests each one of their cases to ensure that it remains dryin inside before sending them out to consumers and encourages users to immerse the case in water to test it themselves before encasing their device in it. It's the best waterproof case I've found yet.


    And what about our coach? He never fell in the pool. His phone remained dry. I still think I'm getting him a LifeProof Case as an end of the season gift just in case because there's always next season!


    LifeProof makes cases for iPhones, iPads, and iPods. Image courtesy of LifeProof

  • BodyGuardz ScreenGuardz Pure 3 of 5

    Not all screen protectors are made equally and BodyGuardz ScreenGuardz Pure stands above the rest in terms of responsiveness, clarity, and protection. Made of a super thin layer of special chemically-tempered glass that exceeds the hardness of steel, ScreenGuardz Pure Glass Screen Protector stands up to smudges, scratches, impact, and the bumps and bruises of normal use. BodyGuardz is so confident that their products are the best that they offer customers lifetime replacements and retuning customers a nice 20% discount on products purchased through their site.


    BodyGuardz makes ScreenGuardz Pure for iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy phones, and Galaxy Note. Image courtesy of BodyGuardz.

  • DryCASE 4 of 5

    Those ready to set sail in a canoe, kayak, raft, sailboat, dinghy, or other vessel should plan on stashing their tech in a DryCASE before leaving the dock. DryCASE is a flexible, clear waterproof bag for your smartphone and tablet cases that works by vacuum sealing your device inside. Despite the watertight seal, you can still use your device while it's in the DryCASE. Attach the included lanyard or buoyant neoprene armband help ensure that your devices don't sink to the bottom of whatever body of water you happen to be traversing.


    DryCASE makes cases for iPhone, Blackberry, Samsung, HTC, and Motorola smartphones, as well as tablet cases designed to fit iPad, Kindle, Playbook, Surface, and Nexus products.


    Image courtesy of DryCASE.

  • Asurion Technology Protection 5 of 5

    Despite the aforementioned products that can help protect your device, what happens when you lose it in a body of water or it finally succumbs to too much sand or baby drool? A device is just a device but as long as you have the content backed up, it can be easily restored but technology replacement insurance helps avoid costly replacement fees.  


    Asurion is a technology protection company that not only backs up your content but also provides location services in case it gets lost, security from mobile hackers, and covers your device past the manufacturer's warranty. It's like an insurance policy for your digital devices. If your device is lost, stolen, or damaged, just file a claim, pay a deductible, and get a replacement without any heartache or too much trouble.


    Logo courtesy of Asurion.

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