The protectors look to offer protection from extreme screen attacks like drops and serious scratches. CEO Jon Cyr mentions the cost-saving potential. “Estimates of people with cracked or damaged screens range between 11% and 23%, which is no surprise because fixing broken screens costs an average of $250,” he says. “The Holy Grail was created to help people protect their investments. When we demonstrate the technology, we use hammers, drills, razors, keys, knives, saws – anything we can think of to scratch or crack the screens of a variety of mobile devices.”
One advertised feature is the ease of application that precludes the production of annoying screen bubbles. The protector will also work with cases or accessories like the Mophie.
The Holy Grail is available with a lifetime warranty from the company website and Amazon. Prices range from $30.99 to $54.99, depending on model of iOS device.