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Zagg shield or bulletproofguard

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18th January 2012, 05:34 AM   |  #1  
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Has anyone try this bulletproofguard screen protecter?I have got It today and it super smooth. took off my zagg shield it works but not as smooth as bulletproofguard and for the price you can't go wrong compare to zagg shield price it a no brainer .got it for $1.75 for 6 screen call me cheap but this work really great compare to zagg shield, zagg get 5/10 bulletproofguard 9/10

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19th January 2012, 12:37 PM   |  #2  
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wait till it scratches thru u'll be sorry invisishield for the win!
19th January 2012, 08:51 PM   |  #3  
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I don't understand the screen protectors, it's like impossible to scratch this screen. I never had a protector and my screen is still 100% scratch free after like 9 month of abuse.
26th January 2012, 04:41 PM   |  #4  
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Originally Posted by gtluke

I don't understand the screen protectors, it's like impossible to scratch this screen. I never had a protector and my screen is still 100% scratch free after like 9 month of abuse.

its a mental thing, atleast for me it is. when i purchased my inspire it came with the zagg shield on and i had a sense of relief. then i removed the zagg and used a cheap protector. which is turn felt a lot better to the touch. now i have the otter box and the built in protector for the case has a hair scratch or two on it, but whatever i got the otter box for free so i dont mind the case. plus i dont want anything to break if i drop the phone.

on the other hand i have a kindle fire that also has the gorilla glass too and i have never had a screen protector on that this at all and i must say im impressed by it. but i dont carry it around everywhere like my phone so im not afraid of dropping it. but damn there is no scratch on it anywhere.

if you watch the videos on youtube some pople claim it CAN be scratched but just not near as easy or often as normal, plus tons of videos of people stabbing their device and dropping it is kinda fun to watch
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26th January 2012, 09:56 PM   |  #5  
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I've been using the Zagg shields on my phones for a couple of years now with good results. Only issue is that dirt will eventually build up under the shield after a year of use, and the install is a PITA. Of course is that really an issue? How long do most of us use a phone before we switch for the latest and greatest?
27th January 2012, 02:54 AM   |  #6  
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i have a small scratch on my screen, no idea from what. (shrugs) people will buy broken phones for good money on ebay so im not too worried lol
5th February 2012, 04:12 AM   |  #7  
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I have the Zagg Shield and so far its being pretty good. The install can be a pain though.

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Coming from Mobile at Best Buy, if you use the install liquid, and all of it, it's easy to install. I've got the anti-glare invisheild and love it. Smooth feeling, no glare or smudges only down side is it's a bit pixelated due to the anti-glare technology. I think that should be soon fixed because they have fixed it on the iPhone ones.
11th February 2012, 04:20 AM   |  #9  
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I had a zagg shield on my iPhone and have one currently on my inspire. They're not quite as smooth as regular plastic screen protectors, but they scratch much less and are easier to put on without imperfections. If you want to try one for cheap, head to radio shack. I just picked up a clearances zagg for the Droid bionic. Two quick snips with a pair of scissorsand it covered my screen completely for only 50 cents
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20th February 2012, 11:56 PM   |  #10  
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Lightbulb duh,Zagg is where its at
Hey I have been using the Zagg ones ... the first was a beast to put on but the secret is in the slick-um. IF you don't have nuff slick-um it will turn out all wrong...

ALSO,

make sure to check the box... my last box was light, sum dumass clepto did a snatch & grab...

hehe, heh

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