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Dynaflo LIQUID-ARMOR INVISIBLE screen protector

28th February 2012, 07:01 PM |#71  
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haha yes! actually it was Linus led me to this product. too bad i'm having a hard time to order it online coz of shipping costs.

I love his show was just about to link lol best PC review channel ever and he is so honest. Refreshing to see a channel that is doing well but not a sell out.

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28th February 2012, 10:37 PM |#72  
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Ah I like that I can actually trust linus to not be ridiculously biased. I might actually have to try this out now ;o I was pretty skeptical at first.
29th February 2012, 12:31 AM |#73  
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so after watching the Linus video I googled more about this armor and this was the #1 result for the liquid armor lol.
29th February 2012, 11:52 PM |#74  
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You wouldn't be able to "scrape" it off. It's a micro coating, barely noticeable. I'm betting that if you did enough damage to it, the screen would damage as well. So, if you didn't want it on, just wait a few months and the coating would wear off...similar to car wax.
1st March 2012, 06:07 PM |#75  
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fwiw its gigantic -- the difference between having a screen protector on and not, and you really begin to appreciate the way this phone looks and feels. it copes excellently with oils and other pocket dirts

time will tell if this thing works, but so far im happy
1st March 2012, 06:24 PM |#76  
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but what if you want to take it off???
do you have to "scrape" it off? wouldn't the scraping action scratch the screen?

I think the whole point is there's "nothing" to take off. It's like you won't want to scrape off the paint on the phone. And it wears off over time (that's why they claim you have to reapply every few months)

I'm skeptical to how effective it is.


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1st March 2012, 08:02 PM |#77  
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I've tried 3 different wet apply and one dry screen protector and I've been incredibly unhappy with how they looked and felt. Really the only reason I've even went for a protector is to cover up a hairline scratch I got from having my phone and sunglasses in the same pocket. I'm hoping this last product will give me the clarity of a naked screen while hopefully filling in this scratch!
1st March 2012, 08:33 PM |#78  
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I've tried 3 different wet apply and one dry screen protector and I've been incredibly unhappy with how they looked and felt. Really the only reason I've even went for a protector is to cover up a hairline scratch I got from having my phone and sunglasses in the same pocket. I'm hoping this last product will give me the clarity of a naked screen while hopefully filling in this scratch!

Let us know how it turns out

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2nd March 2012, 07:22 PM |#79  
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Been using my hard shield on the phone for a little over a week now and am very satisfied with it still. I did the application twice (applied, waited 24 hours, buffed out streaks, twice) and it still looks great. That motorcycle video actually puts my mind to rest as I was skeptical about it at first myself. Taking pictures of how the hard shield looks on the phone is redundant because it looks just like the naked screen.
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I'm curious how many coatings you'd get out of one bottle. I love the concept (if it proves to work over an extended test). But if it only lasted a 6 months or a year, I wonder if I could stomach the cost.
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