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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Save valuable time during the winter with IceScreen™ Magnetic Ice Shield

This post is for informational purposes only. I did not receive this product for review nor did I receive any compensation for posting this. It sounds like a good idea and I decided to share. For more information please read my complete disclosure policy.

With winter just around the bend many of us are dreading getting up in the morning to scrap ice from our car windows or blast the defroster on high for at least 10 minutes. According to the creators of IceScreen™ Magnetic Ice Shield, Dan Miller and Andy Wright, we won’t have to worry about that any longer. The IceScreen will clear windshields of ice, snow and frost in mere seconds.

This product currently has 17 more days on Kickstarter and I thought it a good idea to share with you so, if you want, you can help back this products that started with 12 backers and now has 907. Their goal was to raise $20,000 and they’ve received more than double: $45,962. Earlier this month they had $25,000 preorders and there’s still time to get your orders in. This product would be a great gift to those in the colder states. For that matter, it’s something I can probably use in Georgia; the winter temperatures have gotten lower since I moved here in 1995.

Take a look at the below video about the ice shield. Do you think it’s a product and/or company worth investing in?



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