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25 October, 2008

pumpkin day invisible special

Ever since I got the invisibleSHIELD for my iPod touch, I just love it. It worked very well for me, preventing scratches without adding the usual bulkiness as many other skins or cases. Shortly after that I got invisibleSHIELD for my MacBook Pro (blog entry), my PSP (PlayStation Portable), and of course my iPhone 3G (blog entry).

There's a great news if you are thinking about getting invisibleSHEILD. ZAGG is having 40% discounts on all invisibleSHIELD products on the Pumpkin Day (Halloween Day, 31 October 2008). All you need to do is simply enter the discount code “scary40” during the checkout on Halloween Day (31 October 2008) US time) only.

Also, if you are looking for invisibleSHIELDs for the new MacBooks (MacBook 2nd gen and MacBook Pro 2nd gen) released less then two weeks ago, they are available at 20% off discount. This offer ends on Friday 31 October.

Most of my friends who bought invisibleSHIELD are very happy with it. For some unknown reason, invisibleSHIELD does not work well for Don. Sorry, Don.

40% Off all invisibleSHIELDs

invisibleSHIELDFinally, a bit of advertisement.invisibleSHIELD has all sorts of precut protective films designed for almost all sorts of gadgets you can think of, including all Apple iPods, Sony PSP, BlackBerry, T-Mobile G1 (‘gPhone’), mobile phones, GPS, PDA, digital cameras and even laptops (many brands including Apple, Dell, HP, and Sony). If you have some gadgets you don't want to see scratches on them and you don't like the bulky skins or cases, invisibleSHIELD is your best friend.

related blog entries:
invisibleSHIELD for iPhone 3G (22 July 2008)
I got my iPhone 3G (11 July 2008)
Vodafone releases iPhone 3G pricing (9 July 2008)
invisible shield on MacBook Pro (18 April 2008)
Invisible Shield (on iPod touch) (26 March 2008)

Posted by Antony on 25 October 2008 9:47 PM | gadget

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Halloween is not an Australian festival. Pumpkin day sounds silly. The origins are from England and was called "All-Hallows-Eve", when the superstitious of that era kept indoors on the 31st October, for fear of witches, ghosts and goblins stealing their immortal soul.
But as I always say, "Bah Humbug"!!!
Posted by Rev. Dr. Wu Yi on 25 October 2008 11:44 PM.
Before reading Rev. Dr. Wu Yi's comment, I had been meaning to ask if you guys actually call Halloween "Pumpkin Day".
Posted by Don_HH2K on 26 October 2008 4:19 AM.
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