Have you ever had a phone ruined by water? My son was on a school trip and had his phone in his pocket on a rainy day. When he came back it refused to work, the rain had damaged it. Luckily it was not an expensive phone but we still had to go to the expense of replacing it. These days phones can do so much and are often expensive. On rainy days I worry about using my phone to take pictures in case the water damages it. It can even be a problem when you visit theme parks, like the splash zone in Flamingoland. Luckily help is at hand with Splash, water resistant spray from Reviveaphone. You spray it on your phone and it creates a water resistant barrier around your phone which helps protect the insides from damage. It does not make your phone waterproof so you won’t be able to use it while swimming, but it will protect it from accidental spills and rainy days.
The box is quite small and contains a bottle of Splash water resistant spray, a microfibre cloth, a small plastic card to help you apply the Splash and a comprehensive set of instructions. The bottle of Splash contains enough to cover one smart phone.
I was a little bit worried about applying Splash to my phone. To apply it you need to spray it on all the opening and buttons around the phone and also inside the battery compartment. The spray is allowed to dry and then the excess can be removed with the plastic card. The splash is applied to the screen using the cloth. Application was actually very simple and I had no need to be worried at all. Splash have a video that shows you how to apply it in great detail.
The splash proof coating will last a year and then it should be reapplied. I am happy to have the extra protection on my phone and it had made me more confident about using it on rainy days. The Splash water resistant spray is RRP £14.99.
If you would like to win a bottle of Splash water resistant spray Revivephone are hosting a giveaway on my blog where you can win one. The giveway ends on the 3rd May 2015.
I was sent some Splash for the purposes of this review, my opinions are my own. The giveway is run by Reviveaphone and is being hosted here.