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Who here use the iloome flex?

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By E15i, Senior Member on 18th May 2014, 08:17 PM
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20th May 2014, 08:13 PM |#11  
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I used the flex, but i didn't like it much. Didn't have the glass feel, it felt more like a regular screen protector. I switched it for Nillkin glass screen protector.
 
 
22nd May 2014, 04:18 AM |#12  
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Originally Posted by varunthapliyal999

The bubble problem has nothing to do with the screen protector. The problem is that the screen of the Nexus 5 is not flat. That's what causes the spider webs. About your other query, I use a Nillkin Protector so can't comment

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I would have to disagree. Although the bubble problem resonates from the actual screen itself, the thickness/type of protector does matter. A thicker protector will be unable to mold itself to the screen of the N5 resulting in the bubble

I myself use the iloome flex and I have zero bubbles. It was never an issue even right after installing it.

As for the oleophobic coating, I find the screen protector quite easy to clean compared to a normal screen protector. No protector will be 100% fingerprint proof, but the ease of cleaning is pretty good imo.
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