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    With gorilla glass do we really need them? I think it cheapens the appearance.

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    Yes...cause a grain of sand will still make your screen scratch. Same principal as many other things..I'd prefer to have it and not need it, than need it and not have it.
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    I'll argue that. This new phone looks like the devil with this screen protector. I had one for a little while on my RAZR too. But wound up peeling that off and it still looked beautiful after two years. Besides if it's in an otter box or similar I wouldn't worry about it. So I'll call BB today and see if they'll take it off and give me a refund.

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    I haven't used a screen protector for years (but do use a case), and haven't had a scratch yet.
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    Same here, never had a gorilla glass scratch. Go bareback unless you wear diamond earrings or keep your phone in your pocket with sand.
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    I use a tempered glass screen protector.
    Gorilla Glass is scratch resistant, not scratch proof.
    I have seen it scratch. I keep my phone in a case with a screen protector.
    YMMV and to each his/her own.

    If no screen protector works for you, go for it.
    I prefer not to take the chance.
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    My further comments are over in the accessories thread.

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    Its personal preference..you can argue it all you want..its cheap insurance. Gorilla glass is scratch resistant not scratch proof..

    For 15$ i not only cover my screen, but wrap the phone and protect my investment..everybody can do as they please.

    I use otterbox defenders..and push out the screen protector and install a military shield...awesome.
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    As I posted in the accessories thread, that "fog" spot at the top of the screen has now gone. Looks much better now. I guess I'll keep it. Zagg military nano grade. Probably what the guys use over there.

    Didn't consider removing the clear plastic face from the OBD. Good idea.

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