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iGlaze faceplate now available for 5G iPods


Moshi has introduced a new version of its iGlaze protector for fifth-generation iPods. The ultra-thin stick-on faceplate provides scratch protection for the front casing, screen and click wheel of iPods, and can be repositioned and removed without leaving residue, according to the company. The new 5G iGlaze ($30) comes in four basic colors—pink, white, silver and black/red—and will soon be available in a selection of World Cup styles ($35).

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REAL cute sales website (yeah, right).

Oh to be “aevoean”. Nice that they put the time and effort to create this sort of nonsense, but neglect to put important info (‘About Us’, company history, etc.) at a potential buyer’s fingertips.

30 bucks for a couple of small sheets of protective plastic film. Doesn’t matter how good it performs, it’s still overpriced for what it is. Join that up with a dorky sales website who’s design is apparently inspired somewhere on the other side of the SciFi Channel or within earshot of Roswell, NM…

Me givum pass.

Posted by flatline response on May 30, 2006 at 1:44 PM (CDT)


This actually looks like it may be a pretty good protective thing for the ipod. eh, a little too pricey, but might give it a try. anyone recommend it?

Posted by Chris on May 30, 2006 at 4:17 PM (CDT)


Use the InvisableShield instead. http://www.shieldzone.com Cheaper by 5 clams and I have been using one on my 30 Gig for over six months and it’s showing zero wear and tear. No I don’t work for the company and yes I think shelling out 25 buck to protect my 300 dollar iPod is worth every penny.

Posted by bradford on May 30, 2006 at 6:49 PM (CDT)


I use a clear protective shield for my 30 gig ipod and I bought mine for only $8. At first I thought it was expensive but, compared to something that costs $30 it actually isn’t that bad now. It even comes with a film to protect the back too. It also hid all previous scratches that were already on my ipod prior to installing it and it doesn’t ruin the appearance of the screen. You can’t beat that for $8. I just wish I had one before I scratched up the bottom pretty good. Do a little research before you buy overpriced stuff for your already overpriced ipod. You may regret the money you waste…

Posted by Jonathan on May 30, 2006 at 11:13 PM (CDT)


..maybe you would be kind enough to provide a link to your solution ?

Posted by Dzign on May 31, 2006 at 10:04 AM (CDT)


I have tried one of these on my iPod nano, the silver iGlaze, and it is absolutely beautiful, I have to say.  I have used the invisibleshield also, but its a completely different product.  The invisibleshield is a really great protective film that allows you to basically not change at all the way your iPod looks, but the iGlaze…its just very different.  For one, its hard plastic, not a thin film, and it fit on my nano perfectly and really changed its look…no air bubbles or peeling or anything simply because of its hard plastic nature.  I had several friends convinced I had a special edition silver nano, which I guess shows two things, 1) I have gullible friends and 2) the iGlaze really did look great.

Posted by grita on June 2, 2006 at 4:20 PM (CDT)

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