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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.
It's a pretty big bottle, I can see myself using it at least 30-35 times to coat my galaxy nexus screen.
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Thanks for the reply. That is encouraging. I might have to spring for it.
 
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Fry's finally have this product now, I called and they have 2 sku#

LA100TB, a bottle version and

LA1004SC, convenience packs (4 singles use) and a Microfiber cloth

Going to get it tonight
 
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Fry's finally have this product now, I called and they have 2 sku#

LA100TB, a bottle version and

LA1004SC, convenience packs (4 singles use) and a Microfiber cloth

Going to get it tonight
Awesome! Good to know!

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Fake & a scam!

The screens are already protected against almost any small knife.
A proper test would be with sand rubbing against the screen. That's what would scratch it.
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Fake & a scam!

The screens are already protected against almost any small knife.
A proper test would be with sand rubbing against the screen. That's what would scratch it.
I'm guessing you saw the youtube video of the guy dragging a phone on the ground behind his motorcycle and the screen protector worked
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Hey, I got a question for you guys who have applied this on your phone.

When you apply this screen protector, do you apply it over the earpiece and the front facing camera? If you apply over the earpiece, won't it dry and harden up over it?
 
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Hey, I got a question for you guys who have applied this on your phone.

When you apply this screen protector, do you apply it over the earpiece and the front facing camera? If you apply over the earpiece, won't it dry and harden up over it?
i would avoid the ear piece area and the seams around the phone.
 
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i ordered this today to used on my lte gnex. I've tried screen protectors (dry & wet applications) over the years and never found a brand that i was totally happy with. it was either too tacky or gave me a rubbery feel when i would use the screen. I'm hoping this will be a great solution for me as i love the feel of bare glass on a smart phone.
 
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i ordered this today to used on my lte gnex. I've tried screen protectors (dry & wet applications) over the years and never found a brand that i was totally happy with. it was either too tacky or gave me a rubbery feel when i would use the screen. I'm hoping this will be a great solution for me as i love the feel of bare glass on a smart phone.
have you tried ghost armor?

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