Protect your keyboard from bacteria and the other perils of everyday use
- 0.2mm ultra-thin, non-toxic Thermoplastic Urethane (over 50% thinner than regular silicon protectors)
- Precise injection-moulded fit to every key
- Washable and reusable (no adhesive used)
- Highly transparent appearance allows back-lit keys to shine through
Our waterproof Typeguard protects your keyboard from dust, liquid spills, and other contaminants. It is easy to apply, uses no adhesive, and is washable and reusable. Typeguard is engineered from 0.2mm ultra-thin, non-toxic, high-grade Thermoplastic Urethane ('TPU'), which allows it to be over 50% thinner than regular silicon protectors. This allows for minimum interference while typing, and reduces keystroke noise.
This Clear edition has a highly transparent appearance that allows each back-lit key to shine through. Also available in an Anti-Bacterial edition (which has a transparent greyish appearance, due to its embedded silver nanoparticles).
This particular Typeguard is compatible with all sizes (13" / 15" / 17") of the MacBook Pro models (Retina and Non-Retina), released in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, and also the MacBook Air 13" (2012/2013/2014 models).
The UK/EU ('ISO') and United States ('ANSI') keyboard layouts are different. Please be sure to purchase the appropriate Typeguard key layout.
1 x Typeguard TPU keyboard protector: Clear edition
Product had achieved all description listed, well designed and great fitted.
This cover works well, you almost dont notice it when it is on.
I say all most because there is a small compromise on the feel of the keys but I am not writing a novel so it is not a problem for everyday use.
It certainly keeps out the dust and cat hairs.
A bit overpackaged, but it fits and does the job. (currently working on the edge of the sahara, so very dusty!). Keeping the keys clean, and easy to type through (MBP 2015 Model).
Fast shipping, excellent product, it protects my precious mac. Can I ask for more?
The product is right what i needed, the shipping has been prompt. Mediadevil is always recommended. Nice job!