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    New Screen Protector?

    Droid Skinomi TechSkin Screen Protector


    Anyone have any input on this??
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    never heard of it, but i do recommend invisible shield by Zagg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dezymond View Post
    never heard of it, but i do recommend invisible shield by Zagg.
    Motorola recommends NO screen protector.
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    Motorola might recommend no screen protector but i'm puting one on. I am nery careful with my phones and I've been sporting mine without, I was wiping the screen off today and noticed a scratch that is about a half an inch long and it wont come off. I'd recommend getting one to anyone who owns a droid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by racklefratz View Post
    Motorola recommends NO screen protector.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brendanstl View Post
    Motorola might recommend no screen protector but i'm puting one on. I am nery careful with my phones and I've been sporting mine without, I was wiping the screen off today and noticed a scratch that is about a half an inch long and it wont come off. I'd recommend getting one to anyone who owns a droid.
    Screen protectors reduce screen sensitivity, which is what you don't want with a touchscreen. Keeping the phone in a case that protects the entire device until you want to use it is the most effective solution to everything, all things considered.
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    I have an invisible shield on mine and have lost no sensativity.

    Not using a screen protector is simply ludacris IMHO
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    Heck, I'm keeping the factory protector on mine until I can get the Invisi Shield at best buy.

    I can't imagine NOT having some protection for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddelorme View Post
    Heck, I'm keeping the factory protector on mine until I can get the Invisi Shield at best buy.

    I can't imagine NOT having some protection for it.

    Dan
    Well, we have differing views of what constitutes taking care of our stuff.

    With my phone in its case, the screen is protected. When I'm holding it and using it out of the case, I can't even remotely conceive how the (glass) screen is in any danger.

    On screen sensitivity, VZW threw in some screen protectors with our phones as a gesture of ill-informed good will, and my wife, in a fit of irrational exuberance, put one of those ugly bubbly things on her Droid, and we both noticed increased sensitivity with her screen when she finally removed it.

    Need for a screen protector is a non-issue far as I'm concerned.
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    Differing Views on a web forum...imagine that.

    You using a holster type product for your belt?

    I started carrying mine in my shirt pocket, and will probably switch off/on to the pants pocket. I'm concerned about some of the other things i carry rubbing against it...no matter how careful I am.
    I liked the look of the InvisiShield, so I'm going to try it out.
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