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Discussion in 'Accessories' started by baldybill, Jul 17, 2014.
i prefer to choose one protector...
Screen protectors are lightweight yet tough against scratches and scuffs so I'd rather choose this if I have to but if I can afford then I'll have both case and screen protector.
Have both case and screen protector. Better be safe than sorry
Have one glass protector/tempered glass screen protector
I use Snugg cases for all my devices, total protection against falling or dropping things on them.
They can be used as stands as well.
I've never ever used a screen protector and I've never had a scratched screen.
Depends on you. If you're like me, heavy user, I'd always have a case and a screen protector. It wouldn't hurt to be extra careful
Go get one. I'm a fan of wet install films, those are usually the ones that last for quite a good time
It's does matter got both screen protector and case install on your phone, they are cheap. Screen protector against scratches on screen, and case will hold you phone more safe from fall or smash.
Hi, I just got a new moto z force that has a removable"style" back attached magnetically. Has anyone found a case that works with that type of back? There are available modifications"mods" that increase battery power but don't protect if you drop it on its edge like I already did... It's kind of slippery with no grippy edges... What have you all tried that's not too thick and heavy. I got a glass zagg screen protector because I scraped the screen against the glass accidentally in my purse with my ring. Very minor scratch, but unbreakable doesn't mean unscratched!
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I have a TPU case on mine, which i bought at the Verizon Store the day i got my phone.
Anti-Glare: Gorilla glass is great, but like all shiny glass, it can make your device very hard to see in the sun. While you may not need to protect yourself from scratches, there are still some great screen protectors out there that give a more matte feel to your screen, saving you from the glare and allowing you to see your screen wherever they are. We recommend the Moshi iVisor, which is not only anti-glare, but super easy to apply without bubbles.
Anti-Finger Prints: The other thing you've probably noticed is that while these devices look great out of the box, they get covered with fingerprints after just a few minutes of use. If you don't want to constantly wipe it off with a cloth to make it look nice, you might consider (again) the Moshi iVisor, which not only removes glare, but is pretty fingerprint-resistant.
I have a screen protector but no case. cases make it harder to sneak the phone into work - leaves a big bulge in the front pants pocket.