Safeguard your valuable Apple Wireless Keyboard or MacBook keyboard against spills, dust and other contaminants without any annoying keypad interference. Moshi's ClearGuard is made with an advanced high-precision material that form fits to the keys, so you get maximum typing comfort and protection.
Ultra-thin silicone construction
ClearGuard is unique in that it's one fifth the thickness of normal silicone protectors, which ensures unparalleled key sensitivity and response. It's also highly transparent making it visually unobtrusive – which means you can clearly see the keys.
You can repeatedly wash ClearGuard with water and continue to use it over much of the life of your keyboard.
- High precision molding that form fits to Apple Wireless Keyboard keys
- 0.1 mm ultra-thin silicone construction
- High-transparency film allows clear visibility of keycaps
- Durable, non-toxic engineering-grade thermoplastic urethane
- Completely washable with water (or mild detergent)
Did you notice?ClearGuard is completely transparent and only one fifth the thickness of normal silicone protectors.
Apple Recommends ForAnyone who wants constant, unobtrusive protection of their Apple keyboard against spills, dust and other contaminants.
What's in the Box?
- Moshi ClearGuard CS Compact Keyboard Cover
- Weight: 8 g
- UPC or EAN No.: 4712052311459
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Is this compatible with the UK imac standard keyboard?
- Asked by Emali G
Is it compatible with 13" Macbook Pro keyboard?
- Asked by Sobhi M from Abu Dhabi
is this compatible with uk version keyboard
- Asked by Peter H
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