scratchproof

scratch·proof

 (scrăch′pro͞of′)
adj.
Resistant to or capable of withstanding scratches: scratchproof glass.
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The module is protected by glass, so users can expect it to be durable, waterproof and scratchproof.
Inspired by a Breitling model from the 1950s-1960s, but in a modern package, the Chronoliner's signature feature is a broad bezel in ultra-hard and scratchproof high-tech ceramic featuring a star-shaped cut-out that facilitates handling, it said.
The dials are covered with sapphire glass, a synthetically produced crystal that makes the watch face virtually scratchproof, Wong said.
The new Herma PP inkjet film is seawater-resistant and scratchproof, as well.
It uses scratchproof, dustproof and waterproof material for the fingerprint grid to make unlocking easier and secure.
Simatic IFP1900 PRO Flat Panels and Simatic IPC477D PRO Panel PCs have crystal-clear, scratchproof, 100% glass fronts that are highly resistant to chemicals.
The screen is scratchproof and shatterproof, and both the sides of the phone are in gold and the back is made of genuine calfskin leather over three treatments of automotive grade stainless steel.
Also, it makes the display practically scratchproof.
Compact and powerful, the Stabex HF LED torchlight is protected by an IP65 chemical-resistant enclosure and a mineral glass, scratchproof lens.
The previous aluminum bezel on the Planet Ocean has been replaced with a ceramic bezel which is scratchproof and looks better.