Ah well never mind...
My Skinomi screen protector has arrived,
Less than a week from US to UK on standard global postage.
Here's what's in the box.
- screen protector
- Skinomi embossed microfiber cloth
- plastic small squeegee card
I will let you all know the results after application.
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I have 2 questions:
First did the imperfections go after drying,
Second, did you have to leave your phone switched off for a whole day? I heard it doesn't adhere if the phone gets warm.
After my Martin Field's disaster I'm tempted to give Skinomi a try.
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Where did you hear that?
Heat is a big helper for wet application film protectors, more heat, more healing & more sticky.
I used my phone just after one hour, the browser is a good indication as the white background will show moisture, you will see this after application, it shows itself as a rainbow effect. - after 1hr after application, this vanished on the white browser - so I used it from then on. (Maybe just not as much as I usually would)
I certainly wouldn't (or couldn't) be able to wait 24hrs before using my device.
Not all blemishes have vanished just yet, but most have (less than yesterday) - & I did only install it yesterday.
Here are some more shots to show I have zero loss of colour reproduction or viewing angles. (Forgive my camera, its the Motorola Xoom)
I have a very slight orange peel effect, much less than what zaggs invisible shields have, and the screen is a lot less tacky than that product aswell.
Its a little bit more tacky than without any protector on, which is to be expected - but still very smooth, ie. Slowly moving my finger from top to bottom, the protector gives no hint AT ALL that it wants to slow down my finger (or stop it which zaggs invisible shield does)
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