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Xtremeguard Screen Protector Review

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By Cyrene, Senior Member on 11th August 2012, 09:15 PM
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I have tried Zagg HD, Skinomi, and Xtremeguard, all wet applications, and have found Xtremeguard is the best. They apply very easily and truly self heal. I have purposely gouged it and saw it return to normal right before my eyes. It seemed a little rubbery at first, but after a few days of use, it feels more like glass. They do not come with a proximity sensor cut out, but my phone has never had an issue with that. I would imagine one can be cut out with a whole puncher, though, prior to application if needed. Now, these are VERY inexpensive especially if you Google search for coupons. I ended up paying about a dollar with free shipping. Their packaging is nothing but a piece of cardboard in an envelope and you need to make your own solution, but instructions are provided. I believe this must be how they keep their cost low. Customer support is awesome and they sent me out a whole new free shipment when I received one damaged. I installed one on my Evo View as well and the stylus works perfectly.

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I've been enjoying mine for more than a month. I bought the full body protection. That plus my commuter have my phone in mint condition.

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I've been enjoying mine for more than a month. I bought the full body protection. That plus my commuter have my phone in mint condition.

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Are these the ones that everyone got for 50% off nor to long ago? I think I got 3 of them lol. Can't remember if there the same ones. Haven't even used them yet

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Are these the ones that everyone got for 50% off nor to long ago? I think I got 3 of them lol. Can't remember if there the same ones. Haven't even used them yet

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Try them! They are much better than Zagg, no orange peal at all, and self healing! Search "xtremeguard coupons" and you will likely find 75% off. I ordered from their website.

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Try them! They are much better than Zagg, no orange peal at all, and self healing! Search "xtremeguard coupons" and you will likely find 75% off. I ordered from their website.

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See some say the really suck lol. But I'm gonna try them this morning now. Wet applications always make me nervous. Thanks man

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See some say the really suck lol. But I'm gonna try them this morning now. Wet applications always make me nervous. Thanks man

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Let me know what you think. Put some tape over the earpiece when you install.

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Let me know what you think. Put some tape over the earpiece when you install.

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I just got my Halo ones from AMazon in the mail. Looks pretty good.Just hope it doesnt interfer with the PS
Yeah im gonna try it now. Thats a good tip, THanks. I always worry about water getting in all around the phone
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I just got my Halo ones from AMazon in the mail. Looks pretty good.Just hope it doesnt interfer with the PS
Yeah im gonna try it now. Thats a good tip, THanks. I always worry about water getting in all around the phone

Are the halos a dry install? Which one are you going to use?

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Are the halos a dry install? Which one are you going to use?

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Yeah it's a dry install. There kinds crappy tho. I'm gonna try the Xtremeguard gaurd ones in a bit. Got everything ready to go

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Yeah it's a dry install. There kinds crappy tho. I'm gonna try the Xtremeguard gaurd ones in a bit. Got everything ready to go

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Good luck! Let me know how it worked out.

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