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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid' started by TONYG2388, Nov 28, 2009.

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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.
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    Get the InvisiShield from Zagg, but just for the screen, the rest is crap. I just installed mine.
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    I second the recommendation for ZAGG InvisibleSHIELD. Then again, I only have the screen protector but it has been great so far. It is reliable, doesn't interfere with touch sensitivity, looks good (I think), and if you get it at Best Buy they can put it on for you. I had someone put it on for the first time so they didn't charge but regardless he did a GREAT job. Obviously only let a competent, confident person do it but if done right they work great.
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    I have an invisibleshield on mine as it works beautifully. I had one on my previous phones, (Voyager, Dare) and the both worked just as good. Just make sure you apply it carefully and don't touch the sticky side. They give you an application spray so the film is moist enough for you to slide it in place correctly.

    I never get the full body cover though, I only use the screen protector. Should work well with the Seidio case I am waiting for!
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    Motorola advises against a screen protector for it may affect touch sensitivity. You don't need one. It is impossible to scratch the screen. There are many videos out there showing people scratching keys hard against the screen and no, zip , nada scratches.
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    I've seen the videos too and yet people even some in this forum have reported scratches. I have the Invisibleshield on mine and have no sensitivity issues what so ever. Also it helps keep down showing fingerprints.
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