When should I buy a Gadget Saver device?
How long after an incident do you have before using a Gadget Saver device?
How does it work?
Why would I use a Gadget Saver?
I been told I can use a bowl of rice...
How many times can we use the same Gadget Saver bag...
What devices can be saved or prolonged please be under no illusion that your device is WATER PROOF
- Mobile phones
- Blue Tooth headsets, Ear Pods and Ear buds plus small headsets
- Car Remotes
- Tablets up to 24cm x 18cm no moving hard drives solid state only like IPad's
- Tv, Satellite,Dvd and any Remote Controls that require batteries
- Cameras and lenses
- Sat navs
- Mp3 Players and Ipod
- Smart Watches
- Medical testing and delivery products such as insulin and blood measurements
- Home Phone hand sets
- Satellite phones
- Walkie talkies
- Small car ECU and computers
- Electrical computer components
- E Book readers
- Hand held Games
- USB sticks
- Portable Memory
- Hearing Aids
- Digital watches
- Battery chargers
- Rechargeable batteries
- Battery operated toys up to 24cm x 18cm
- Battery operated small tools
- Watches when the seal goes condensation builds up inside
- PS3 PS4, Xbox, Nintendo Switch Controllers that suffer water and or liquid damage
- Smart Watches
- Digital pens and pointers for phones ,tablets and displays
Which brands will it work on?
Please note Gadget Saver removes water...standard water so if your device has been soaked with any other liquid you are going to give your device a little bath...oh yes a bath...eg dropped your phone in the toilet, wine ,beer, salt water, milk, the bath etc you will remove what you can from the device like the battery,sim,memory and gently put it in a glass of ordinary water or a bowl of water and give it a wash ...no suds or cleaning agents, just water and then use the Gadget Saver cloth and cotton swabs to dry it and a clean it. Now being neutralised to water and placed with the absorbency pack inside the Gadget Saver bag/device of either Small size for devices of 10cm X 15cm or Medium size for 24cm X 18cm the process can begin ..expel any excess air and leave it along for 12 to 24hours for a phone or 36 to 48hours for a tablet but 8hours will be enough to dry out an MP3 player...it's all about the size of the device will denote drying times...
In truth we have had some very odd saves in our time, here's a few examples that amazed us too!
1. A young lady who desperately needed the information and pictures from her phone drove 200 miles to meet me in a public house where a crowd gathered to witness me remove the sim card and as it was an Apple I couldn't remove the battery or memory chip....the phone was dropped into Vodka and white lemonade 10 days previously and had been through an official repair shop who stated it was no longer viable to repair and they couldn't power it up nor could they retrieve the information and pictures as she hadn't backed it up! that's an important point for all of us to understand ...a few days after a breakage we don't mind losing the object but we want the information, pictures and settings back to feel whole again! Back to the crowd watching us in the public house....I asked for a pint glass of water and gently dropped the iPhone into the water , I did this 3 or 4 times or dips then opened a Gadget Saver bag used the drying cloth and dried of excess liquid then with Absorbency bag and the phone placed them in side the Gadget Saver bag....The lady departed back on her 200 miles trip home and called me 24 hours later to say she had recharged the phone but it hadn't worked but I asked her to please put it back in the bag and try again the following day ..she didn't call me the following day and I was sad that we had failed to help her out when she had traveled so far and was so desperate to retrieve the information , so I called her the day after that and she was crying on the phone thanking Gadget Saver as she now had the only photos remaining of her recently passed Grandmother as Gadget Saver had saved her phone that 2 weeks previously was soaked in the most sticky of liquids Vodka and white lemonade, been through a repair shop and only Gadget Saver was the only real saver !!
2. A lady who wrote to thank us as her disabled son washed his iPod on more than 3 different occasions as he was copying his Mum cleaning at the kitchen sink...Gadget Saver fixed that problem each time!!
3. The grandfather who was so upset because his baby grandson had his new phone in his mouth , dribbling all over it and we saved it but he called to tell me it happened twice!
4. The young man who admitted he was a little drunk when he dropped his phone in the urinal and was brave enough to fish it out and it worked until he being clean he washed it in the sink and then it didn't work , Gadget Saver fixed that one too!
5. The lady who forgot she had her hearing aids in her ear when she had a bath and was wondering what was floating in the suds, at €4000 for each hearing aid she was so happy she had been given a Gadget Saver device and yes it was saved.
6. The gentleman who was found to have his Rolex watch in the oven with a Sunday roast as it was a little foggy behind the dial, his son quickly retrieved the watch and when it had cooled down he had a bag in his car so he placed in a bag and saved it ,however if a watch fogs up it needs a new seal!
7. The man who told us he was showing off his new car and all it's features and was staying with a friend when he dropped his car remote in a puddle. He picked it up , dried it with his jumper and it didn't work! he was 80 miles from home, luckily his friend had a bag and they popped it in over night and he prayed ...the next day even though we didn't know it Gadget Saver answered his prayers ...his remote worked and off he went home! I don't know if he replaced the bag for his friend but we hope so
Gadget Saver has extensively tested our product and has been able to wet and rescue some devices many times over but we don't suggest you try this at home! Good Luck, Thank you for purchasing our product, yes we are very glad we saved your product but we would like to hear from you..
The Gadget Saver Team