If you have a phone, watch or other gadget with screen that’s a brand other than Apple and Samsung you might think that it’s not possible to protect it because electronics retailers tend to mainly promote accessories for those two brands.

This is a reminder that InvisibleShield (a ZAGG Inc brand) can protect your OPPO, Nintendo Switch, Xiaomi, Moto, TCL etc via it’s InvisibleShield On Demand (ISoD) machines in over 340 Australian stores.

The unique thing about ISoD machines are that they contain the dimensions and details of over 30,000 devices. The new more advanced ProCut M4 machine is now available in retail stores across Australia and New Zealand, including Harvey Norman, Optus franchise stores, happytel,  PTC and Vodafone stores. 

According to ZAGG’s most recent annual Device Damage survey, in the last 12 months, almost half (43%) of Aussies that reported damage to their phone experienced it on their front screen and with the cost of phones rising this can be a very expensive accident if it happens to you.

The new ProCut M4 allows retailers to expand their services and enables them to instantly cut and apply screen protection films for virtually any device.

Retailers will no longer have to turn customers away again where screen protection is concerned, with InvisibleShields’ colossal catalogue of devices it can cut to.

Better yet, it only takes up a small section of the workbench saving retailers on storage. By allowing retailers to cut new screen protectors on demand, the cloud-based solution also helps to optimise inventory levels.

Ross Mcinnes, ZAGG’s Director of Sales APAC said:

“No longer do retailers need to store countless units from countless device ranges and await stock from supply chains. Particularly when the ISoD machine cuts to over 30,000 devices, including the new Samsung Galaxy S22 range”.

“In terms of features Aussie’s look for in their screen protection, over half (56%) are after screen scratch protection for their smartphones with strong impact being another key feature they seek”