PanzerGlass to showcase its most ‘powerful range ever’ in Cannes

By Faye Bartle |

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PanzerGlass is showcasing its new range to match the iPhone 14.

Award-winning Danish screen protector brand PanzerGlass is presenting its dynamic new line-up at the TFWA World Exhibition & Conference (2-6 October) in Cannes.

The company has just launched what it describes as its ‘most powerful range ever’ to match the Apple iPhone 14 – and exhibition delegates will be among the first to view the new products first-hand at the PanzerGlass stand in the Blue Village (D12).

“We’re so proud of this new line-up,” said Alan Brennan, Global Director – New Business & Partners at PanzerGlass.

“The screen protectors and cases are our most durable ever and the packaging is more sustainable.

“Even installation is easier and more user-friendly thanks to the new EasyAligner.”

The EasyAligner, which is included on many of the company’s new screen protectors, helps make the installation of screen protectors extremely simple, helping the consumer to line it up perfectly every time.

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All case frames in the new line-up are made from 100% recycled materials.

To prove the point, visitors to the stand can get a PanzerGlass screen protector or case installed on their own device.

The full range of products are on display at the event.

These include the Ultra-Wide Fit screen protectors; Anti-reflective screen protectors for outdoor use; Anti-Blue Light screen protectors for gamers and prolonged screen time; and the PicturePerfect Camera Lens Protectors for the new and more advanced camera systems.

There’s also the screen protectors with a built-in CamSlider for increased mobile security, military grade approved cases for better drop protection; and a complete range of Ultra-Wide Fit screen protectors from PanzerGlass’ new sister brand SAFE. by PanzerGlass.

Sustainability is top of mind, with PanzerGlass underlining how its products can prolong the lifetime of electronic devices – in turn delaying the need to produce new ones.

“As a global business, we believe that we have a responsibility to contribute to the green transition,” said Brennan.

“We have already taken several initiatives, but we’re constantly looking for ways to further improve.

“The latest examples are sustainable packaging and the use of recycled materials.”

All core brand products in the new line-up come in an outer packaging made of FSC certified paper that can be recycled.

“For some purposes, we still need plastic in the inside packaging,” said Brennan.

“However, we are working on using as much recycled plastic as possible.”

As a case in point, the bag covering the screen protector is made of plastic, which is 100% compostable.

Furthermore, all case frames in the new line-up are made from 100% recycled materials.

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