DARE TO DROP with d30™
Think of the disaster dropping your Laptop would cause. Well not any more, thanks to the revolutionary protection products now on the market.
Enter the Dragon(s)
Jason Roberts, CEO of a company called Tech21 recently appeared on a UK TV program called Dragons Den where he managed to convince the ‘Dragons’ to invest £150,000 in his company which produces protective cases and coverings for laptops and iPods in return for 40% equity. Click here to see the video on the BBC website. He uses the revolutionary material d3o™ in his products.
What is d3o?
What is d3o?
d3o™ is a wonderful, almost magical orange material made by d3o™ lab from intelligent molecules which lock together on impact. They move freely with you but in the event of an impact of some kind they absorb the impact energy thus protecting you or the item they are covering.
There are different types of d3o™ depending on the job it is designed to do. The sheet form is made in two geometries. The mesh is a perforated sheet designed for use in items which need good flexibility; it affords great breathability and comfort and can be used in clothing. The sheet is not breathable and it offers a higher rate of protection than the mesh.
d3o™ is used in an impressive range of products
- Mountain Biking
- Winter Sportswear
- Motorcycle Racewear
- Equestrian Wear
- Covers for iPhones and iPods
- Cases for Laptops & Hard Drives
- Beanie Hats
- Tennis Rackets
- Safety Boots & Shoes
150% More Protection
Tech21 state that protective cases and covers containing d3o offer 150% more protection than other cases.
© Susan Bailey 2009 All Rights Reserved
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