Zagg Invisible Shield Review
Well, I among many other moaned and complained there was not Treo Pro forum so I am now celebrating this with legitimate contributions.
Well, anyway I went ahead and as always bought myself a Zagg Invisible Shield for my Treo Pro which arrived late last week. It was a few more pieces than I am used too as my iPod only required two pieces (front and back). This unit actually comes with a screen protector, a back piece, a piece for the palm logo, a piece for both the calendar as well as mail buttons, a strip for both the left side and right side and finally a small piece to go in between the power button and the silencer switch.
So as you may have noticed from the above it is a bit more complicated then an average screen protector. However I will not use a device that I spent $500 on without serious protection so I went head first into the install.
As always after carefully and tirelessly installing the device I continue my love hate relationship with the invisible shield. They are phenomenal in the sense that the parts that install correctly are truly invisible and provide amazing and tough protection for your device.
However my only dislike with the product stems from the fact that literally I spent 30 minutes installing the shield and it still is far from perfect. The toughest air bubbles never go away, some pieces will apply and do not seal on the device perfectly and there simply is no way to get it stick perfectly. Also my biggest gripe stems from the fact that the back piece has the palm logo cut out from it, which makes sense until you realize sliding the phone in and out of your pocket can drag on that making it less and less of a tight seal. On top of that a gripe with all invisible shields is that dust, and lint from your pocket inevitably sticks to every crevasse of the device.
Well long story short it may be hard to tell but I actually really like the shield. It serves its purpose nicely and as a hole it lets the device still be beautiful and shiny (even more so believe it or not) and because of the material does not attract fingerprints at all. Which as many may agree is worth the price of admission alone!
Well if anyone has any invisible shield questions feel free to ask, also I have an extra 20% coupon to go around for anyone who may be interested in picking one up. First come first serve however!