It hasn’t been too long since we have reviewed a decent ZAGG product, and that is really anything. Today, we are reviewing so much product that it is making my head spin, so I am just going to get right to it.
ZAGG Invisible Shield Glass Elite VisionGuard+ for iPhone 11 (iPhone XR) Review
We will start by talking about the Invisible Shield, which has been making protection for smartphones for over a decade, before everyone needed it. One of their first products gave total protection, and now they are more focused on screen protection. We’ll start with the Glass Elite VisionGuard+ for the iPhone 11 (iPhone XR), and you can barely see it in the picture.
The highlights of the Glass Elite VisionGuard+ is how it can protect against digital eye strain by filtering the blue light. It also gives anti-bacterial screen protection, which is odd considering this was made for last year’s model of Apple’s iconic smartphone.
So, if you want this Glass Elite VisionGuard+ for the iPhone 11 (iPhone XR), head on to the ZAGG site and lay down $49.99 for it.
ZAGG Invisible Shield Glass Elite for iPhone 11 (iPhone XR) Review
I suppose that I could have done this review first, and since the Glass Elite is so similar to the Glass Elite Visionguard+, I didn’t even include a picture of what it looks like.
Apparently, the Glass Elite has been “re-engineered for increased strength and durability”, which makes it the “strongest glass screen protection ever”. That is difficult to back up, but I believe that ZAGG Invisible Shield could do this. Something that I forgot to mention is how the Glass Elite can protect from smudges and fingerprints.
All in all, it is a pretty good deal, and is available on the ZAGG site for $39.99.
ZAGG Invisible Shield Glass Elite Edge for iPhone 11 Pro, (also iPhone Xs and iPhone X) Review
The Glass Elite Edge iPhone 11 Pro is very different from the previous two Invisible Shield products, as it is somewhat more visible. You will notice that subtle painted border that is made to match the color of the phone, so the screen protection really blends.
The Glass Elite Edge also boasts it is the strongest protection ever, not to mention protection from smudges and stuff. I think I forgot to mention the easy application, but that also applies to the other Invisible Shield products that I have talked about.
This Glass Elite Edge for the iPhone 11 Pro appears to be out of stock, but I imagine it is somewhere between $39.99-$49.99. Here’s the link on the ZAGG site for whenever it becomes available.
ZAGG Invisible Shield GlassFusion+ for Samsung Galaxy Note20 Review
Okay, I am not switching to reviews of Invisible Shield products for the Galaxy Note20. I’ll start with the GlassFusion+ which is “Extreme Hybrid Glass Screen Protection”.
The GlassFusion+ has this ability to have some anti-bacterial technology, killing 99.99 percent of most common surface bacteria. Oh, it also has some great scratch protection and is virtually unbreakable, ha!
If this is something that you want, feel free to purchase the GlassFusion+ on the ZAGG website for $39.99.
ZAGG Invisible Shield GlassFusion VisionGuard+ for Samsung Galaxy Note20 Review
I will go ahead and refrain from showing a picture of the GlassFusion VisionGuard+, as it is essentially similar to the GlassFusion+ for the Samsung Galaxy Note20. So what makes it different?
Well, it has protection from blue light, which will remove the digital eye strain. As for the similarities, it can kill 99.99 percent of bacteria, and has extreme impact protection.
So, if you like this, you can get it on the ZAGG website for $49.99.
ZAGG Invisible Shield GlassFusion Privacy+ for Samsung Galaxy S20 Review
I suppose this is as good of a time to talk about the issue of privacy when it comes to our favorite smartphones. The GlassFusion Privacy+ has a two-way privacy filter so no one can be looking at what is on your screen when looked at from the side.
Of course, it has extreme impact protection, scratch protection, and kills 99.99 percent of surface bacteria. It is also quite easy to apply, and the only thing that would make it better is if it was VisionGuard enabled.
If this is something that you want, feel free to lay down $44.99 on the ZAGG website.
ZAGG Invisible Shield Glass for 12.9-inch iPad Pro Review
I suppose the only thing that we can do for the Glass series is make it bigger, and I’m glad that someone made it for the Apple iPad Pro, 12.9-inch model.
While it may not promise to be anti-bacterial, does have an easy application as well as smooth tempered glass with beveled edges. Oh, it also promises some touch sensitivity as well.
It is quite awesome, and you can find it on the ZAGG website for $64.99.
ZAGG Invisible Shield GlassFusion+ for New Apple Watch 6/SE/5/4
Well, I just described how the Glass products from Invisible Shield just got bigger, so it just makes certain to make it small. Oh yes, we covered it for one of Apple’s biggest products, so lets talk about what it can do for the smallest site with the Apple Watch.
This GlassFusion can give you some serious protection, as the screen protector is virtually unbreakable. This one does guarantee the antibacterial protection with the extreme impact protection as well as good scratch protection.
In other words, it has a lot of protection, a word that I am easily overusing. Head on over to the ZAGG website and pay $29.99 for it.
ZAGG Gear4 Brompton + Folio for 10.2-inch iPad
And now we are going to shift gears to the Gear4 products, and I’m sure you can see what I did there. The Brompton + Folio is very good protection for the 10.2-inch iPad.
You can see how it stand there, and you should know that the flap in back not only folds to make a stand, but it attaches magnetically. When you close the Brompton to protect your screen, it also seals magnetically. This cover is completely detachable, by the way, but getting it back on was a bit of a…chore.
It also includes 6.5 feet of drop protection, not to mention some edge-to-edge protection. If you want it, it is available for $54.99 on the ZAGG website.
ZAGG Gear4 Battersea for 10.2-inch iPad
I’m not certain why the Battersea is named as it is, but I believe its bragging when it says that it has “ultimate impact protection for your tablet”. It is good for 8 feet of drop proteciton, and that is mostly due to its hard rubber shell.
It seems to offer protection via D30, and In addition to this type of protection, not to mention a built-in screen protector. On a personal note, I don’t believe that the model that was sent to me came with this built-in screen protector, though.
There is an “infinity angle stand”, this hard flap that comes out and can give your iPad a place to stand up. It also appears that the inside of the Battersea is rippled in such a way so it really fits in the iPad.
If this sounds good to you, go to the ZAGG Gear4 website and lay down $89.99 for it.
ZAGG Rugged Messenger for 10.2-inch iPad
Okay, this ZAGG Rugged Messenger doesn’t have the Gear4 branding, but like ZAGG’s Gear4 Brompton, the Rugged Messenger has that flap in the back that can fold to the back and then stay back their magnetically. It also feels like it is designed for great protection, which is able to survive drops of 6.6 feet.
Also a bonus is this elastic strap that you can use to hold on to the iPad. Oh, and I should mention that there is a snap-on PET Screen Protector so you can have some seriously great protection on the front of the iPad as well as the back.
If this is something that you need, you can find the Rugged Messenger Case for about $79.99 on the ZAGG site.
ZAGG iFrogz Airtime Pro Truly Wireless Stem Earbuds
I have reviewed iFrogz products in the past, and I was pleased to see that they are now in the wireless earbuds business with the AIRTIME PRO. I’m going to start by telling you that I like the shape, as well as how they fit in the charging case.
I’ll go ahead and get the specs out of the way as the AIRTIME PRO has a 20-hour battery life, and they also have IPX-4 water resistance standard, meaning they can withstand some light rain as well as sweat. Another great feature is that the AIRTIME PRO has auto-pairing, not to mention a capacitive touch for operating controls.
If you want to get in on this, feel free to head on over to the ZAGG site and pay $69.99 for them.
ZAGG UV Sanitizer
This next ZAGG product is very similar to one we reviewed from KeySmart, not to mention that one from iHome. The UV Sanitizer is a pretty simple device that is essentially a plastic box that is filled with UV-C lights to kill up to 99.9 percent of bacteria.
Yes, we have seen this before, and considering the COVID-19 age that we are hopefully going to leave behind in 2021, we will see more devices like these again. This one apparently destroys pathogens at a molecular level, and in about a few minutes, this light bath will immunize pretty much anything that you can fit in it.
Just to let you know, you need to use the USB to USB-C wire included. I thought I could use a USB-C to USB-C cable, but I couldn’t get the UV Sanitizer to power up with that. Once you push the button in front, it has four indicator lights to show the process of sanitization.
It is a pretty needed device for any home, and it can be purchased on the ZAGG site for $59.99.
ZAGG Mophie PowerStation Plus with PD
Now we are going to shift gears again and talk about ZAGG’s relationship with Mophie, which makes some really great charging products. We’ll start with the PowerStation Plus with PD, which is more than just your ordinary mobile battery.
The PowerStation Plus with PD is a 6,000 mAh portable power battery, which is good for 32 hours of power. Best of all, it can charge to 50 percent in just a half-hour.
You might notice that it includes an integrated Lightning cable. The best part is that it is concealed in this magnetic flap that I have seen on other ZAGG products. Just to let you know, sometimes it is hard to open this flap, but it is good to use as a little stand as well.
It is weird that it has an Apple Lightning input, something that I normally don’t see on a mobile battery. There is also a USB A port, so you can charge something other than an Apple product.
Best of all, the Powerstation Plus with PD is small enough to fit in your pocket, and is available on the ZAGG website for $79.95.
ZAGG Mophie PowerStation Hub
The PowerStation Hub is essentially a step up from any mobile battery that you are using. I mean, it has AC power prongs that you can fold into it so you can charge normally, or you can use a USB-C cord to charge it.
Then the PowerStation Hub takes it to another level. This 6,000 mAh battery has Qi wireless charging ability, so you can lay your wireless-enabled charging device on it and juice it up at the touch of a button. You can also use the multiple ports at the same time, and it has two USB-A ports, and a USB-C PD port.
The PowerStation Hub is a little on the heavier side, but it is available on the ZAGG site for $59.95 to $99.95 (I think there is some deal going on).
ZAGG Mophie PowerStation Wireless XL
One would think with a name like Powerstation Wireless XL, it would be larger, but it is relatively pocket-sized. Still, it is a 10,000 mAh battery, so that is saying a lot. It also has 18W Fast Charge.
Now, there are two inputs on the PowerStation Wireless XL, one USB-C and one Lightning. This allows for charging multiple devices at once, and it also has the ability to do wireless charging as well. One note though, I couldn’t find the “sweet spot” for wireless charging with my Galaxy Note20 Ultra, but I don’t want to judge that every Mophie PowerStation Wireless XL will do this.
By the way, the PowerStation Wireless XL does Pass Through Chraging sending power to the device being charged first, and then recharging the PowerStation after the device is full charged. Also, you can recharge the PowerStation Wireless XL portable battery by dropping it on any Qi wireless charging pad.
You should be able to purchase the PowerStation Wireless XL on the ZAGG website for $99.95.
ZAGG Mophie 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Stand
The 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Stand is made for those that have the trifecta of Apple products. You can see spots for wireless charging of the AirPods, iPhone, and Apple Watch.
It has 7.5 charging speed, made to pretty much charge up anything connected to it fast. I don’t have an Apple phone, and yet this works fine for my wireless-enabled Galaxy Note20 Ultra. By the way, it charges the iPhone in Portrait or Landscape Mode, so you can watch a video while your iPhone charges.
If this is something that you want, you can get the 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Stand on the ZAGG site for $139.95.
ZAGG Mophie 2-in-1 Wireless Charging Stand
I’m going to conclude this article with a few words about the 2-in-1 Wireless Charging Stand. I mean, it is really just the 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Stand, but doesn’t have the spot made for the AirPods. It does have an extra USB A port, so I guess you could just do a wired charge of your favorite Apple earbuds there.
That’s really about it. You can find it on the ZAGG site for a price lower than the 3-in-1, but it is varying at the time of this writing.