Screen Protector

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  1. TONYG2388
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    What brand screen protector is everyone going with?
    I would like to go with one that doesn't require water to put on.
    Any suggestions?
     
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    i currently have one from boxwave.com works good so far. i used sgpstore.com protectors on my previous phone(s) & they worked very good as well. difference between the two? boxwave is more expensive & u get 1 instead of 2. tho the boxwave is thicker then the sgp protectors; both are good.
     
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    Don't need. A screen protecter.
     
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    I'm thinking about getting the Invisible Shield from Zagg.
     
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    so it just sticks on? no water or liquid to apply like best skin ever correct?
     
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    I saw this video and decided I didn't need a screen protector, but I don't plan on throwing my phone across a parking lot.

    YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
     
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    correct. just align, peel n stick. if there's any air bubbles; both come w/ a card to squeegee them out.
     
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    I used to have one for my iPhone that I loved. It was a glare resistant one that had a rough feel to it instead of smooth. Are those kind out yet for the droid??? If so where are they?
     
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    Don't. I've had two and removed both. Too difficult to apply, and leaves marks and snags from attempted bubble removal.

    I'm going without a screen protector.
     
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    I used bestskinsever.com skin on all my blackberrys and on my droid. Love them!
     
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    both companies i linked on my post carry the anti-glare as well as a crystal protector.
     
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    I should've listened to you. Wasted the money. Couldn't get it on without hair or dust going under. When it flipped out of my hands and landed on the floor, I knew that was it. :angry:
     
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    Just go to Walmart and pickup a box of write right. They are cheap, easy to trim and apply and doesn't affect my touchscreen at all.