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ZAGG Invisible Shield ??
I was just given these ridiculously expensive ZAGG screen shields for my BBerry. I looked on their site and notice that you have to saturate/spray the inside and outside of the film with their included solution. I am a little hesitant about this as I would assume some liquid will inevitably leak into and crevices, holes, ports, etc. on the device - That would be bad I assume as well. Every other screen protector I have ever seen doesn't require this spraying step - Am I worrying too much about this product's application and would spraying it be a good idea?
I have a full Invisible Shield on my Curve amongst other devices / gadgets - and I am loving it.
The solution is pretty much just water with a drop of baby shampoo (no joke) - it allows you to position the protector. Then you just wait about 24 hours and you'll have absolutely no bubbles at all,and even a knife won't harm your Berry. I dont know what they use, but it's perfect and even better than advertised.
Hope this helps, any questions PIN / email me.
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i think screen protection is sometimes an obsession...and probably not too healthy or cost effective.why would you protect a 5 dollar screen with a 12 dollar screen protector?
While not an economics major, it would seem cheaper to me to buy one 12 dollar screen protector over a five dollars screen everytime I get a scratch.
i see your point assuming the protector is more durable than the actual screen.is it?
Originally Posted by ericcif
Oh yeah, you can't even scratch thru it with a key.(I tried, like their ad showed) I love the invisible shield so much that have one on my curve, the wifes pearl, my zune, my cannon rebel screen and my logitech touch screen remote.
I installed ZAGG's invisibleSHIELD™ Full Body Coverage on my 9530 Storm this evening and now I have two major concerns.
1. As terrapin stated above, you have to spray a mist on the shields to set them on the screen. Sure enough some liquid has seeped into the Storm and gotten behind the famous touch screen. I didn't notice it at first but when I went to compose my 1st email [which is almost an all WHITE background] I could see the liquid pooling behind the screen. Kind of like putting a drop of water between two panes of glass.
2. I've also lost hover capability now that the invisibleSHIELD™ is on my 9530's touch screen. I can still click were i need to go but I can't swipe, scroll or hover anymore.
All that being said I did just do this install a few hours ago. MAYBE these concerns will go away in the morning after the ZAGG invisibleSHIELD™ has had time to 'set'. Let's hope I didn't just ruin my new Storm.
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didnt have any issues as stated above. however, i have lint in some of the edges which is kinda annoying. not sure if i like it enough to keep it on. but it was $20 so i think ill leave it on for a bit b4 i decide to heck w it.
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