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EDIT: NOTE(s): When you receive these they come packaged in a generic mailer envelope, nothing fancy, no retail packaging. Important, the packaging may contain "black specs", make sure you rinse super thoroughly before attempting to install or you will get these stuck under the protector and be sad. Once you've got it lined up and installed, let it dry, it may make your device non-responsive to touch. It seems the N7 has very little margin/sensitivity and the liquid impairs electrostatic conductivity and doesn't register touches with most wet application protectors until it's 100% dry. It should work without issues after 24/48 hours depending on your climate.

FOLLOWUP: Here's a picture of mine installed and drying about 36 hours later.

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I've been tweeting and posting on facebook about wanting a sale, suggesting they have one for the Release of the Google Nexus 7. Looks like it paid off! On top of there 50% OFF the regular price of $15 per screen protector or $30 for the full body, they are offering a sitewide additional 75% OFF!

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Stock up on your screen protectors today with our site-wide sale on ALL screen and full body protectors when you buy two or more! Coupon code: Xtreme75.

To celebrate the release of the Asus Google Nexus 7, we have slashed the the price of the screen protector IN HALF! Save big when you combine this with the 75% off sale!

Other devices include the new Samsung Galaxy s3, HTC EVo 4g LTE, iPhone 4s, and the new iPad 3.


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Man, I ordered a screen protector a few days ago for $9 from their ebay store. Now it's 1/3 of the price for TWO...oh well, guess I'll stock up.
 
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Can you vouch for these being good screen protectors? Do they have the orange peel effect or anything?
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Can you vouch for these being good screen protectors? Do they have the orange peel effect or anything?
There is very minimal orange peel with these screen protectors IMO. With these, I have to get it at just the right angle under a light to even notice it on my Galaxy Nexus. They are miles better than zagg when I tried them. I would say they are very similar to xo skins, but cost a lot less. For $3.75, you'll get two of them now. You don't have much to lose .
 
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There is very minimal orange peel with these screen protectors IMO. With these, I have to get it at just the right angle under a light to even notice it on my Galaxy Nexus. They are miles better than zagg when I tried them. I would say they are very similar to xo skins, but cost a lot less. For $3.75, you'll get two of them now. You don't have much to lose .
+1 for less than the cost of lunch at McDonalds you can have two shipped to you.

Most important of all is the type and quantity of the soap you use to install, use as little as possible, as it may cloud, rainbow and or leave permanent gray bubble marks on the protector if it's too strong and left to soak too long. I do not notice any orange peel effect, it's comparable to Skinomi in feel and effect. *Zagg brand has this problem, I still have my Nook Color one sealed in it's pack I was considering using on the N7. Although it only covers the touch/screen portion. Lucky I didn't have to. And it cost me $24.

I will say that it's a matter of personal preference. If you're not a fan of wet install, rubbery feel, loss of some clarity (think semi-anti-reflective) for protection. This may take time to get used to, but at least at this price you can test that.. YMMV

Truthfully I would have bought Skinomi if they would have been this cheap, this is the next best option. IMHO.

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P.S. I have these installed on my Samsung Galaxy S3, Motorola Atrix 4G and bought some for my Samsung Focus as well. I got a dozen of these for the SGS3 at 80% OFF when it was released. I have installed it on a workmate's SGS3 and will install them on two others once they get theirs.
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How would one apply the it to the back of the Nexus which has those dimples?
 
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How would one apply the it to the back of the Nexus which has those dimples?
It sticks. I personally wouldn't bother with protecting the back with a skin, it's really resilient. But I am going to get an ultra thin TPU case once they become available.
 
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Thanks for the information, I bought two for the nexus, two for my new EVO and one for my wife's GSII

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I sticks. I personally wouldn't bother with protecting the back with a skin, it's really resilient. But I am going to get an ultra thin TPU case once they become available.
Ordered 2 front ones. Thanks for the heads up.
 
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Thanks for the information, I bought two for the nexus, two for my new EVO and one for my wife's GSII

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Nice, I hope they work out for you as they have for me. Remember if you have any problems for any reason with them, you can contact their customer service which offers you replacement or no hassle refund. I know this as I had an issue with my initial order missing the back portions of the full body and they actually sent me out my replacement order twice and still offered me a refund if I chose.

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