I bought this "rubberised basecoat" just before Christmas, and it's become a staple since the first time I used it. Orly Bonder is a so-called "sticky" basecoat - it doesn't fully dry on the nail, but rather remains a little tacky, helping nail colour to stick and keeping it in place for longer than the colour would ordinarily last alone.
I admit, I was a little skeptical about Orly's claim that Bonder will help keep nail polish on the nail without chipping for up to two weeks. I haven't actually tested the two week claim because it turns out that I can only go a week before I get bored enough with the colour I'm wearing to need to change it. I've gone from painting my nails three times a week due to chipping and wear, to painting them once a week due to boredom. Bonder definitely helps colour stick - I've worn it even under multiple coats of glitter polish, and it's kept my nails chip free and almost perfect for an entire week. I do notice some tip wear, but no chipping at all. Not even that weird whole-nail's-worth-of-polish pinging off thing with glitter.
This stuff is amazing and I will never be without it again. I highly recommend you give it a go too - you'll find it at BeautyBay for around £8 a bottle.