Since late 2016, there is a new threat to our day-to-day personal safety - our smart devices. In order to save lives and stop tragedies, we created EXPLOSHIELD.
EXPLOSHIELD is the world's safest case made with NASA space suit, Formula 1 race suit and advanced bomb suit bulletproof and fireproof material, DuPont™ Kevlar® and Nomex®. Kevlar and Nomex are 5 times stronger than steel and will protect you from fire and explosion. EXPLOSHIELD is also water repellent and cut, scratch and shock resistant providing the perfect protection for your valuables.
EXPLOSHIELD is constructed from a smart composition of DuPont™ Kevlar® and Nomex® fiber and it is designed to protect you from the fragmentation, blast overpressure, impact, heat, and flame from explosion.
All EXPLOSHIELD products are SGS Certified Passing the Flammability Test of Clothing Textile 16 CFR 1610.
Here are two examples of the failure of world's biggest computer manufactures.
2016 Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Airline Ban
In August 2016, Samsung launched its Galaxy Note 7 and in September, many reports and incidents indicating the Galaxy Note 7 had an issue with the design and it would cause the phone to explode. Many battery explosions caused personal injuries and fire threatened the safety of people's lives and properties. The stories of the battery explosion spread fast and the Galaxy Note 7 was portrayed as a “bomb”, nearly all airlines banned the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and Samsung announced a global recall in October 2016.
2019 Apple MacBook Pro Airline Ban
The Federal Aviation Administration announced in August that it was banning certain models of Apple's MacBook Pro from being brought on board flights, whether as cargo, or in passengers' carry-on luggage. The recall, which Apple announced in June, applies to 15-inch MacBook Pro units primarily sold between September 2015 and February 2017. Apple said the battery in the affected laptops can overheat, potentially swelling or igniting.
In a statement, the FAA said it was "aware of the recalled batteries that are used in some Apple MacBook Pro laptops" and reminded airlines to follow safety guidelines issued in 2016 about consumer electronics with recalled batteries.
The EXPLOSHIELD Journey
We have a history of success and overcoming challenges, here is a brief history:
Nov 2016 - EXPLOSHIELD journey begins
May 2017 - SGS Certified Fire Proof - 16 CFR Part 1610 Standard
May 2017 - Kickstarter launch
Nov 2017 - Kickstarter delivery - 100% delivery rate
Jan 2018 - 100% client satisfaction
May 2018 - EXPLOSHIELD ver2.0 development
Nov 2018 - Testing EXPLOSHIELD ver2.0 and EXPLOSHIELD M for iPad
March 2019 - EXPLOSHIELD ver2.0 and EXPLOSHIELD M for iPad production
Please feel free to email us to provide feedback on our products, design and materials used. We welcome all suggestions for new technologies and methods to SAVE LIVES STOP TRAGEDIES.