Exclusive Deal: Galaxy S5 Spigen Tough Armor Bundle only $38 at AndroidArea.com

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Last week we announced the all new AndroidArea.com and teased some great exclusive deals we have on deck. Today we’re bringing you the first, the Galaxy S5 Tough Armor Bundle from Spigen, which is now available for almost half off the regular price.

For $37.99 you score a Spigen Tough Armor case for your Galaxy S5, a matching GLAS.t Nano screen protector, and a Steinheil LCD Cleaner Set. Without the super savings of this AndroidArea bundle you could expect to pay upwards of $75 for this same level of protection elsewhere.

Spigen’s Tough Armor uses Air Cushion technology to create a durable design without the bulky footprint of other bomb-proof cases. Likewise, the GLAS.t Nano screen protector is one of the thinnest on the market to be constructed from hard coated tempered glass, offering superior scratch protection without interfering with touchscreen responsiveness. The air bubble remover included as part of the LCD cleaner set insures the protector will be nearly invisible once properly installed.

The Galaxy S5 already features a waterproof design that can hold its own against the elements, but as we’ve learned that is no guarantee that your handset is indestructible. The right level of protection could mean the difference between a dinged-up device or cracked screen and one that will look great and work flawlessly for the long haul. With this offer from AndroidArea you can preserve your expensive investment as well as some of the cash in your wallet. How could you argue with that?

If you’re not a Galaxy S5 owner, don’t worry. There is plenty more to check out over at our AndroidArea deals area. Head over and take a look now, and don’t forget to register for your chance to win part of $1000 in prizes as part of our Google Play Giveaway while you’re there.

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  • irishrally

    Glass screen protectors are the greatest thing to happen to smartphones since … screens.

    • http://twitter.com/gamercore Chris Chavez

      So damn true. Once you go glass, you never go back.