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Lexerd Anti Glare screen protector impressions

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by spazma7ik, Jan 13, 2010.

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    Impressions:

    7/10

    I'll start with the pro's.

    -It came quickly
    -Installation was very simple (sans flimsiness, see cons), it's a tad smaller so it's easy to get on.
    -Came with awesome equipment for installation, like latex finger covers
    -Totally fingerprint resistant, as to be expected with anti glare
    -It's definitely ANTI-glare
    -Really thin, so no sensitivity is lost
    -Feels EXTREMELY smooth, I prefer the feel to the standard glass

    CONS:

    -Makes the screen have a terrible rainbow effect on all lighter screens, a lot worse than I expected, I have an anti glare on my iPod Touch that I LOVE, it doesn't do this rainbow effect nearly as bad. I don't know if it's the screen of the products, or just the difference in protectors, but it's noticeable. Note: I also keep little to no brightness on either of them
    -There seems to be no adhesive anywhere around the edges of the film, because even with the protector dead center there is a border of bubble (well it just doesn't lay flat). Though if you use a case this would be nonexistant as it would probably cover it
    -The thinness is a tradeoff, because while it does help with the sensitivity, it's a PIA to put on cause it's so flimsy.


    So yeah, overall I'm content with it, but it could be much better. I just have to have anti-glare, cause to me I can't STAND fingerprints. Actually the anti-glare I could care less about, these might as well be called anti-fingerprint to me.
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    I'm this way too about my screen protectors. I have the Boxwave on mine. Ignoring the prism effect, I would never go back to the standard crystal screen protectors EVER! No fingerprints is wonderful.
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    How is the fit on the boxwave one? Lay perfectly on with no bubbles?
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    I used it with a little water sprayed on the back cus I kept picking up dust particles, but bubbles came out easily and it's a perfect fit for the Droid screen. The edges fit perfectly on the screen and you can't even tell there's a screen on there. I've had multiple people ask me if there's a screen protector on, and they all want to know where I got it cause it feels so smooth!

    Not sure why yours doesn't lay completely flat. I'm assuming you took a card to push out all the tiny little air bubbles on the side?
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