seidio screen protector or invisashield??

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    My Dinc gets here today WAHOO!! In preporation I went to Bestbuy and got an invisashield to put on ASAP to keep the screen clear. Yesterday I ordered the Seidio rugged combo that comes with there screen protector. I have had the Zagg's on other phones and have it on my iPod touch and like them.

    Should I use the invisashield or wait till the one from Seidio gets here early next week??

    Chris
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    went ahead and put the Invisisable shield on from Zagg. It is an awsome screen protector. I have had these in the past and like them on everything except my TP2. The only issue I have had was that the juice to apply the cover has always been in a pump bottle and this time had this stupid little sponge. It worked OK but was a pain

    Chris
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    I prefer Seidio's screen protectors, mainly because they go on dry and don't feel tacky like the Zagg shields.

    Sent from my DROIDX
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    I just purchased the Seidio screen protector along with a case but am a bit disappointed with their screen protector. I was very careful in installing it but still managed to get many bubbles under the protector that could not be pushed out to the edge. I tried lifting it back off and reapplying but the problem worsens with every attempt. I suppose this might just be typical with any dry screen protector...
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    You can probably get away without using any. I have always used them on my winmobile screens but these new phones you dont need them. I know im not the only one who puts them on and when i go to replace them realize how much better the screen looks with out them. Now if they had something to protect the metal/plastic around the screen id go for that...
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    Seidio is way better , it doesn't have the orange peel look and it doesn't feel tacky . The last one that I installed lasted for 6 months without scratching so they are pretty resistant too .
    Be careful to clean the screen well , otherwise any invisible dust spec will leave an air pocket . If you managed to trap dust under , you can still remove it without damage with some clear tape , wash it with distiled water and reuse it .
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    I agree that there is no tackiness at all which I like... I used a micro fiber cloth to ensure there was no dust on the screen when I applied mine, but I still wound up with bubbles I couldn't remove. I will try your suggestion of cleaning it with distilled water and reapplying it...
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    Definitely go with Seidio. Zagg is terrible (or it was for me anyway)

    Read my full review under "Invisible Shield: Love it or Leave it?" titled " Goodbye Zagg, Hello Steinheil"

    I go into detail about both options
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    Steinheil! I just replaced my zagg with the steinheil. I messed up my first attempt to apply, but the second one went on easy. I suppose that's one perk of the zagg is that they're easy to remove and reapply. the steinheil is actually "invisible" and retains the surface feel that it should. I tried to like the zagg...just couldn't do it.
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    How to get rid of the bubble

    I'm using a Seidio screen protector and have small bubble near the camera joy stick that I can get rid. I scrapped the heck out of it with the card but it won't go away. Does anyone have any tip for me?
    Thanks in advance
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