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What screen protector do you use?

11th June 2014, 06:00 AM   |  #11  
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I have a Tech Armor Ballistic Glass Screen Protector

Same here.
11th June 2014, 09:28 AM   |  #12  
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Iloome Screenmate Tempered Glass.

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11th June 2014, 10:57 PM   |  #13  
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Well the note 3 has now been out for some time! What screen protector do you guys use if any, how do you like it? Also do you run into sensitivity issues or issues with the stylus?

I have an Otterbox and have gotten along fine, though the plastic one included makes the screen clarity worse!

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Anything tempered glass is the way to be. It is far superior to the standard screen protector is quality and feel and also visibility. Grab the off brands anywhere online, or unusually just go to Verizon store, and grab one, like 15 bucks for one, and they last for a super long time while retaining their new appearance.

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I've used iSmooth on my last few phones. They cost a few bucks more but have lifetime warranty, which I've used and gotten replacements pretty quick. Come 3 to a pack so even if you screw up on the first one you've got 2 more, contact CS whenever you need more. Anything that doesn't use a stylus I use extremeguard. They do 90% of sales quite often and thats when I stock up. Good deal.
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