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|01-30-2014 11:55 AM|
|jngleb||90off2 code still works. just got four screen protectors for $2.80, free shipping within U.S.|
|01-13-2014 03:25 PM|
|lakerforever24||still havent received mine yet|
|01-11-2014 09:50 PM|
Just got my order today and the 13.3" protector I bought got mangled in the mail. They shipped it in a manila envelope with a single, cereal box thin piece of cardboard (not exaggerating) that was about half the size of the protector itself. Pretty unbelievable that anyone actually thought this would make it in tact. Looks like something granny shipped out after making her first ever sale on Ebay...
Contacted them for a refund, since I do not trust them at all to send a replacement after seeing this. I'll probably post some pictures later, tired and not in the mood right now.
But yeah, don't bother ordering anything from these people greater than 4-5".
|01-11-2014 06:40 PM|
Have to say, of all scree protectors I have put on, this one takes the longest time and effort. Is it better than other generic ones, dunno know. None of my previous 30+ generic & various brand screen protectors have ever failed me. Got a scratch, rip it off and 15 minutes later I have a new screen protector on. But the Xtremeguard ones, omg, it's taken me from barely less than one hour to couple of hours, and finish not necessary of as good of result compare to other brands. Also, I just don't like the idea of putting water on electronic devices. The video on Xtremeguard's website is "xtremely" edited. No way anyone can get it done that fast. Watch it for illustration purposes only, prepare to spend significantly more time and effort. The "1 per order" installation kit is a total joke. Any credit card size plastic card and full size eye glasses cleaning cloth with make your life easier compare to their installation kit.
I purchased about two dozen kits from them for myself & family members Everyone commented that they're going back to the regular no water necessary kind after they tried..
|01-09-2014 08:19 PM|
|bbq9||For those who need... code still works as of today.|
|01-09-2014 10:37 AM|
Nothing for the 3DS XL?
That is a shame!
|01-07-2014 07:28 PM|
Ordered a $2 screen protector for my Fujitsu Lifebook. It's meant for a Lenovo Yoga Pro 2, but it should fit the viewable area on my tablet PC. Not sure how one of these cling-film type protectors will affect the pen input compared to a PET based one, but even a no-name chinese import would've cost me a dollar and some change, so worth a shot I guess.
I'll report back with the results if anyone is on the fence about one for their Surface Pro or Galaxy Note.
|01-06-2014 04:20 PM|
|01-06-2014 04:06 PM|
|egghunter||I love this thing. I had it on all my electronic devices, iphone to ipad air and mini, from galaxy s3, nexus 7, s4 snd gnote. Good product. Highly recommended. Those that complained, simply didn't follow instruction or just didn't put it on right.|
|01-06-2014 04:05 PM|
|01-06-2014 04:03 PM|
|01-06-2014 03:48 PM|
|01-06-2014 03:46 PM|
If you just buy the screen guard all you get is the screen guard. Sometimes you might get lucky and they throw in squeegee and cloth (when I purchased N7 screen only they did put it in)
|01-06-2014 03:42 PM|
Don't put any water on your device. Just put water on the film and dip your fingers in a bowl of water (no soap).
|01-06-2014 03:33 PM|
Just got mine in the mail. Looks like they are using a new vendor for there material. Looks better than before and more crystal clear. Hope it is a forgiving as the previous material.
Install took about 30 seconds. I just use water. Dipped fingers in water. Ran water over the screen protector to rinse off any dust/lint/etc.
Attached. Smoothed. And looks good to me.
Use a decent lint free cloth.
The only thing I don't like is the Nexus 5 has raised print on the back plus that stupid IMEI sticker I should of ripped off!.
I reapplied the back twice, as you can see in the pic one corner did not want to stay down. XG probably made the film on the back a little to wide and long. Either wrap around the whole curve or stop before the cure.
All in all I like better than the dry film protectors.
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