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10th January 2012, 11:47 PM |#11  
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damn.. then I'm a loser LOL

Accidental Warranty is just too damn expensive
 
 
10th January 2012, 11:59 PM |#12  
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Another vote for the SGP protectors. I use the Ultra Crystal on mine. Have to say the best protectors to date. I have used quite a few (Boxwave, Zagg, Javoedge, ebay, etc) on a variety of devices and these are by far the best.
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damn.. then I'm a loser LOL

Accidental Warranty is just too damn expensive

Just bustin your balls buddy..lols

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11th January 2012, 02:07 AM |#14  
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I used a 99cent ebay one for a few days but found that it was much more resistant to the sliding of my fingers and held on to fingerprints more than the bare screen. Also, I got kind of scared that I was going to somehow screw up the oleophobic coating on the screen glass by using it.
11th January 2012, 04:50 AM |#15  
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Clear, Glossy from ebay, 2.99 shipped for x2!
http://www.ebay.com/itm/350498188930
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I just got a 5 pack from Amazon. They were all garbage. I contacted the seller and he offered a 20% refund (after acknowledging a defect). **** that! I want all of my money back considering they are no good!

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11th January 2012, 06:56 AM |#17  
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^And that's why you just pay the premium price of getting Rearth Ringbo or SGP for around $9-$15 for a pack of two.
11th January 2012, 01:53 PM |#18  
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^And that's why you just pay the premium price of getting Rearth Ringbo or SGP for around $9-$15 for a pack of two.

Well I didn't really need them. My wife and I already have steinheils and hers is scratched. She decided she wanted to change hers more often, so I got her a 5 pack.

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I got a pack of SGP Ultra Oleo for both mine and my sister's phones. I messed up one of the two (because of the misleading instructions :/) but they had no problem sending me replacements free of charge.
One of the reasons why I always buy SGP products
12th January 2012, 03:21 PM |#20  
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I got mine from Ebay. Pack of 5 former 3 bucks. Can't remember brand but it was a us seller. Almost perfect placement, just one tiny bubble on the upper left part, and the feel is pretty nice.
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I'm using GhostArmor. I used to use Zagg's InviShield, but now they started using very thick plastic or w/e, and it's too sticky.Ghost Armor's a 20 dollar original investment. They install it for you for 20, or you can buy it yourself for 15. You can get it replaced for life for a 5 dollar install fee, or free if you install yourself.



How do you like it? There is a place near me that installs them, so I have been thinking of doing it. Do they do a good job installing them? Thanks!

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