A new Irish invention claims to rescue electronic gadgets that have been immersed or splashed by liquids.

The 'Gadget Saver' was invented by Dubliners Frank Dunne and Paul Schulman and may help save phones, iPods, and electronic car keys that have been damaged by water, coffee or humidity, reports the Independent.

The two Irish entrepreneurs spent 15 months developing the product. It works by absorbing and removing tiny droplets of moisture from electronic devices, which are rarely covered by warranty if damaged by fluids.



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