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Which is the best screen protectors value-for-money?
 
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Zagg's.

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Too expensive :/
 
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Those two dollar ones from eBay work perfectly fine for me. Comes in like a pack of 6 and feels like glass.
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Too expensive :/
I ordered the InvisibleShield HD from Amazon for $12 (out of stock from Amazon, $17 from the next seller). Yeah, they're not cheap but they're worth it. I've had it on my iPhone (don't ask), Kindle Fire, Nexus 7 and S3. I've tried the cheaper ones and they're not even in the same league.


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Those two dollar ones from eBay work perfectly fine for me. Comes in like a pack of 6 and feels like glass.
I've tried them. I ended up ripping them off if they didn't fall off by themselves.
 
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I ordered the InvisibleShield HD from Amazon for $12 (out of stock from Amazon, $17 from the next seller). Yeah, they're not cheap but they're worth it. I've had it on my iPhone (don't ask), Kindle Fire, Nexus 7 and S3. I've tried the cheaper ones and they're not even in the same league.




I've tried them. I ended up ripping them off if they didn't fall off by themselves.
They're just tricky to put on, but if you put em on correctly, they never fall off. Try wet installments then if the dry ones don't work for you. Try XO Skins.
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They're just tricky to put on, but if you put em on correctly, they never fall off. Try wet installments then if the dry ones don't work for you. Try XO Skins.
Zagg's is a wet application. I've had multiple replacements from them so I have a few applicator kits (spray bottle and rubber squeegee) that I use even for dry install protectors just so I don't get any lint or air bubbles. You do need to let it completely dry which can take over 24 hrs but it's cleaner and worth it. The Zagg's is good within an hour after application.
 
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Zagg's is a wet application. I've had multiple replacements from them so I have a few applicator kits (spray bottle and rubber squeegee) that I use even for dry install protectors just so I don't get any lint or air bubbles. You do need to let it completely dry which can take over 24 hrs but it's cleaner and worth it. The Zagg's is good within an hour after application.
I've had ZAGG before, I liked them but didn't like the orange peel effect of it, plus they're expensive. I'll probably give ZAGG HD a shot sometime though.
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I use xtremeguard since the nexus 4 time and I've been happy with result every time. I like to use wet application since it allows room for error. But they have dry application now too. There are always 80%-90% off code for when you buy 2 or more around the internet. You can also buy them for similar price on ebay too if you only want one, but i usually buy two in rare cases when I messed up, usually cost me around a dollar or two with free shipping.
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