Free full body Stealth Guard protector for Incredible

Discussion in 'HTC Droid Incredible' started by jacob083, Aug 23, 2010.

  1. RodgerRodger

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    scared

    i'm always afraid of buying things online, but with this new Dinc, its impossible not to with all the accessories they need.....the best deals are online

    i just broke down and ordered it, hopefully its not a scam or i'll be piiiiiissed
     
  2. jacob083

    jacob083 New Member

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    In the original thread on the Droid X forums, there are people who say they got theirs, and they don't sound too pleased. I guess from what they are saying, the protectors are shipped in a plain envelope and are low quality protectors. Hopefully it's just an exaggeration....just have to wait and see when I get mine!
     
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    Got my Stealth Guard today and did part of the install on my D1. If you have never installed a skin before, it DOES take patience and precision. This is not for people who just want to slap something on and walk away. I installed the back and front pieces and so far, it looks nice. I will post pics when I get it all installed and the air bubbles dry out. I used a very small drop of baby shampoo with the water and dipped the skin into it and shook it off before applying.

    I used to have one on my other D1 but my last D1 had to be swapped so I ordered a new one. I think it is worth the shipping costs if you have the patience for an accurate install.
     
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    Did your stealth guard ship with the "solution" required for installation?
     
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    Mine arrived the other day... No solution... Assumed it was self-adhesive on back. Haven't tried applying it yet, though. And to comment to a previous poster, they do arrive in an envelope.
     
    #17 rickster53, Sep 13, 2010
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    Mine came yesterday. No solution. Peeled off a corner and seemed pretty sticky on its own. Didnt put it on yet
     
  7. rosariorose9

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    Mine arrived yesterday as well. Go to the Stealth Guard website, as it tells you to do in the letter which accompanies the protector. There are installation instructions there. You DO need to use water to install this. I did so without problems. Heck of a good deal, since it covers both the front AND the back of the phone...
     
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    It was like $2.85 for shipping and handling so not completely free. I know that's a bit of a petty gripe, but thought some might appreciate full disclosure.
     
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    I got mine (for D1) in the mail today, and immediately sat down and applied it. Used a few drops of soap in a spray bottle of water, and it was fine. The screen looks excellent, and the other pieces are give-or-take. I have never used something like this before, but I could look at it and tell it was going to take awhile (2 hours for the entire thing). The jury is still out on the orange peel texture, but I don't really care since I slapped my otterbox back on it as soon as I was done (seems like the otterbox back now fits a hair better too). This is well worth the $2.85 it cost me in shipping for the practice, since this is the first I've every installed. This is definitely not for the impatient.
     
  10. GahhItsLee

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    I ordered mine and am just waiting for it to get here

    Edit: I got the covers i like the back part (I like the feel) But the sides were garbage they make it so you can't take the back piece off and the screen protector got a piece of dust on it so of course it didn't work (that was the only piece i wanted) But the screen piece seemed really bubbly and crappy id suggest just getting the old kind of screen protectors
     
    #22 GahhItsLee, Sep 24, 2010
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