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17th December 2014, 05:09 AM   |  #121  
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I usually ignore posts like mine but.... I have the Nillkin Tempered Glass screen protector with rounded edges and its sublime. It comes securely packaged in a nice box which contains a plethora of wipes and anti static films which ensure a flawless installation, it was easy for me with the hinge method and I didn`t get any of the cobweb effects or poor adhesive issues as some people have reported. The glass is very smooth with an oleophobic coating. It is much smoother than the stock glass and whilst it still gets fingerprints it`s really easy to wipe them off usually with a single swipe. Overall I can`t say enough good things about it since it was just over $10 aud shipped. I will stress that I haven`t tried any other brands, but I can`t imagine them being better to the extent that they warrant the 3x price difference, support and free replacements may be the only benefit and again that`s not a given. 10/10 for me, excellent packaging, smooth installation, great product and no defects/chipping corners, etc.

I agree with all the above. To a fault. I found it too smooth. It didn't feel right. I like slight be of resistance. I didn't know I wanted a little resistance until I tried this screen protector.
I now run a cheap plane Jane one and it looks and feels perfect.
19th December 2014, 08:41 PM   |  #122  
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In my country i found only Nillkin 9H , the difference is high between 9H and 9H+?

Because if corners are not rounded on 9H , it isnt a problem for me , i think the guy who posted this photo used a 9H no ?
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20th December 2014, 07:44 AM   |  #123  
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I found one for $8 on Amazon. Its great if your on a budget or you dont want to pay $20-$30.
It's very easy to install. I got it on the first try ,with no bubbles to push out. It may not be everyones first choice,but I found it to look and work just fine.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00JV5E01U
22nd December 2014, 03:36 AM   |  #124  
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I found one for $8 on Amazon. Its great if your on a budget or you dont want to pay $20-$30.
It's very easy to install. I got it on the first try ,with no bubbles to push out. It may not be everyones first choice,but I found it to look and work just fine.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00JV5E01U

Has anybody try the invisible shield glass protector?
22nd December 2014, 08:40 AM   |  #125  
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Has anybody try the invisible shield glass protector?

I have. Its great so far. A bit on the expensive side though.
24th December 2014, 04:41 AM   |  #126  
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I would personally recommend Nillkin's. I've used it for several months and it still looks as good as when I first received it. I suggest buying the H+ model as it has beveled edges.
24th December 2014, 07:36 PM   |  #127  
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If you want a guaranteed quality glass protector for dirt cheap, without the Ebay crapshoot of whether it's going to be oleophobic and have rounded corners, then Xtremeguardz's Spartan glass protectors are the way to go, when they do their 90% off sales. It's extremely smooth, has excellent adhesion, and has rounded corners, all for only $6 shipped.
26th December 2014, 10:57 PM   |  #128  
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My Zerolemon has been holding up strong for a few months

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