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iloome Galaxy Note 3 ScreenMate 9H Hardness Glass Protector

23rd January 2014, 08:03 PM |#41  
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Originally Posted by XiphoneUzer

Only a fool would pawn their N3 and not sell it retail, which one are you?

That said, I'm curious about your comprehension skills. I posted how my MINT N3 would command "top dollar" compared to the folks over on the "naked" thread you have already scratched theirs screens and dinged u their bezels.

And you give me a "Lol" ....... like a child you are.

Yes, absolutely, you're completely correct. I imagine you'll get "top dollar' for your by then 2-year-old device when you decide to sell it on the open market along with the 2-3 million others flooding the market at that point.

Absolutely correct.

Thanks for clarifying your excellent strategy.

Nothing in that universe ever loses value, I'm sure.
23rd January 2014, 08:23 PM |#42  
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Originally Posted by mexiking713

I like the cutout on the feather better. Feather it is

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So how are you liking the Feather Glass?
23rd January 2014, 08:41 PM |#43  
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Originally Posted by sanjsrik

Thanks for clarifying your excellent strategy.

Nothing in that universe ever loses value, I'm sure.

My strategy?
What is wrong with you?
I'm protecting my device so it stays like new, (I guess that's my "strategy")?

How can you NOT comprehend that an Item in "excellent" condition is worth more than an item in "good" condition?

Do you even have this screen protector?
Really now?
You are flaming me cause I am telling folks that I love my iloome 9H/neo hybrid combo, and it's going to protect my device so when it comes time to sell it so I will get "top dollar" for it. Go figure it being worth more than a N3 in "fair" condition?
2nd February 2014, 12:47 AM |#44  
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Yes I've seen on youtude. But I've gone with Spigen tempered glass Tr Slim . Works like a freak in charm. does not impede screen sensitivity at all. Although more pricey . At $39.99 on amazon.

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2nd February 2014, 01:42 AM |#45  
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Iloome is hands down my favorite. Amazing service as well.

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2nd February 2014, 05:04 AM |#46  
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I have the equivalent installed on an iPhone 5S. The thickness is noticable, but it's definitely a solid protector.
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