Incredible scratch test

Discussion in 'HTC Droid Incredible' started by ctxx24, May 2, 2010.

  1. ctxx24

    ctxx24 Member

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    Thats pretty much why i posted it. i saw it somewhere and just wanted to ease incredible users minds

    adim edit..........keep the thread clean

    Miami
     
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    oh my apologies, I watched it again and recognized the knife but must've confused seeing it there with one of the other two videos posted in here.
     
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    awesome! thanks for reviving the scratch test videos.. hilarious haha
     
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    I installed the Zagg invisible shield; nothing scratches it and it protects the screen and body. Waiting for the ones with designs and colors for the Incredible to come out.
     
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    I love these little fake science tests. Anything substance that is harder than glass will scratch it. I really want to see a video where one of these guys ends up ****ing up their phone.
     
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    It's not that the tests are "bad", it's just that generally when you're trying to destroy something it's much harder to do than it seems and yet when it's an accident the simplest thing will do it. Murphy's law? I don't know. But that is how it works. You can scrape away on a phone purposely with keys all day and probably not make a ding in it and then the first time you put it in your pocket it'll have scratches all over it. Ha. That is how life works.

    That said, I have never seen gentle petting with the dull side of a knife do any damage to anything.
    I like to be careful, perhaps overly so, so screen protectors for me, even if you don't need 'em.

    And also I don't get the mentality of people buying something and then trying to destroy it. I could understand if they were some company that did reviews and got the phones for free just for the purpose of reviewing them, but your own personal phone? Why?
     
  8. Erron

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    well I have had keys scratch my droid screen. So the scratch test videos arent 100% reliable. Different keys can act differently in "scratch tests"
     
  9. Big Cam

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    Um, have you ever seen "Will it blend"

    The ipad one is freakin hilarious.
     
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    Will it blend is awesome. Yeah, you really want to scratch test your phone, throw it in a highly expensive, industrial strength blender, and let us know how that works out for you. ;)
     
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    come on now.. how can you tell me about that and not provide a link.. you know better than that.
     
  12. DroidFan

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    Okay, so I now have some tiny scratches on my Moto Droid glass after it sitting in a bag with keys in it... dunno what happened, but I want to know if anyone has some suggestions on how to get them out... someone suggested a bit of toothpaste buffed onto the glass... anyone have any other suggestions?
     
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