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|01-23-2013 09:23 AM|
most of the time on their sales it comes out to be a dollar for a screen protector that lasts me at least 6 months. I usually order 3-4 to last "2years" before I switch to a new phone. Most of those other screen protectors are 10-15 a piece and last a bit over a year before an accident like it getting dirty when you shove it in your jeans or something of that sort.
I've used it on my and my friend's s2, nexus 4, s3, iphone 4s, iphone 5, galaxy tab, ipads, and nexus 7's and for the cost these are the best imo. I rather replace this thing twice a year and pay 1/10th of the price. all of mine are slick enough
|01-23-2013 07:49 AM|
I was going to purchase when the deal was on. I placed an incorrect order and never paid for it.
They contacted me and said they would correct he problem. I said great just send me a PayPal request or correct invoice. They never did and I didn't pay but it arrived on the mail yesterday. Would you try and contact them to pay?
|01-23-2013 01:02 AM|
I'm reading so many complaints...
Remember to use SOAP when installing
"Military type" film/screen protectors are thicker and have more resistance when running ur finger across them compared to generic PET films.
IMHO, XG film are "harder" to install...but done properly, they are just as good a Zaggs and a lot cheaper. If you mess us on ur 1st attempt...you can try another 10x and still be cheaper than Zaggs. I use XG on my Samung Note 1 and now on my Samsung Note 2...I don't have any issues using my stylus. What I don't like is all the finger/oil marks it shows.
|01-23-2013 01:01 AM|
|sammysalsa||Too bad the full body protection for the iPhone 5 doesn't protect the sides.|
|01-22-2013 10:55 PM|
I never said they don't scratch. I agree that they do scratch as would many others who have scratches on their gorilla glass. My statement was specifically that a WET application screen protector (thicker) is not necessary.
|01-22-2013 08:44 PM|
Always careful with them, always in a case and 99% of the time, in it's own pants pocket.
Considering how careful I am with them I can't imagine how other screens look.
I know it seems like every iPhone I see has a busted screen.
|01-22-2013 08:37 PM|
|01-22-2013 08:33 PM|
Good customer service, came really fast but honestly, this thing sucked.
I got it for a razr hd. Cut was good, but the material is not the best.
I've used pretty much all of the wet application screen protectors.
This one is similar to skinomi. There is very minimal orange peeling, much less than zagg/bestskinsever, but the problem is that when you scratch it or put pressure on it it makes marks. The marks do heal a little, but do not nearly go back to flat and after awhile it just looks like crap with a bunch of dents and marks in it. Not sure if i'd rather live with these dents and marks or have a zagg/bse style protector with the orange peel.
In my opinion, especially in the days of gorilla glass and such, there is no need for these wet application protectors. They were designed to be super durable and protect the old plastic screens from scratching. In this day and age a dry protector is more than adequate- they are thinner and obviously might not protect against the sharpest of objects, but the gorilla glass already resists scratches very well and I can't imagine scratching my glass through one.
In summary- go for a dry protector. Even the cheapest ebay protectors are much clearer and slicker than the top of the line wet protectors. Completely unnecessary imo. Obviously spigens are recommended alot and are top quality dry protectors, but they are not available for many devices. I personally like a brand called "halo" alot and it is easily and cheaply found on amazon.
|01-22-2013 08:11 PM|
|SDHopper||I happened to me before like charles_chang : missing 1 part front/back. I sent them an e-mail, and they gladly sent it. Good customer service so far.|
|01-22-2013 06:30 PM|
Shoot them an email, from what I read they'll probably send you the piece with no issues.
|01-22-2013 05:04 PM|
|01-22-2013 04:45 PM|
It includes a cloth and squeegee and the directions are printed on decent stock glossy card.
|01-22-2013 04:43 PM|
Ordered a front and back protector for my nokia 808. Only received the front. The packaging is also very sketchy: http://i.imgur.com/WFmUopc.jpg
Really pissed cause I was only after the back cover.
|01-22-2013 05:23 AM|
Did you re-wet the screen protector and clean it off after it set?
Mine was originally sticky, but it was just a matter of getting any soapy residue off that was still left from the install. I agree its not the smoothest surface but cleaning it did help in my case.
|01-19-2013 01:23 PM|
What's the best clearest and thinnest out of ALL the brands out there ... Price doesn't matter just want a clear and thin body protection for my Red Lumia 920. Any suggestions ?
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