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*UPDATED*Free Invisible military grade protection for HTC HD2,with instruction now

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30th August 2010, 06:07 AM   |  #1  
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Buy only if you feel it is worth...or feeling want to give it a try...

Click here for Video, see how strong and reliable it is...

I think quite a lot of people don't know how paste this suit to our hd2,so I found this installation instruction from one evo thread...Firstly,Thanks a lot to Fixter

Before you start, here are the things or materials you may need :


**Clean hands (wash that damn cheeto grease off your hands, tard!)
**Clean HD2 (easy way to clean it is one tiny windex/all purpose cleaner shot to the middle of the screen. Don't even spray, just make it dribble 4-5 drops. try it on your counter before you try it on your PRECIOUS, precious.)
**A plate, saucer, or the top to a plastic container.
**No alcohol or perception altering substance in you (this is not rocket science, but you have to stay sharp to successfully complete this mission!)
**A small amount of dish soap, hand soap or detergent.
**Time. You will not get great results if you do everything at once. You can probably get away with doing this in three parts, but I'd recommend four. You'll see why later. You should also do this when you feel you won't need to make or take a call or use your phone. This will take a couple of hours.
**Optional - a cutting board and florescent lighting (it's harder to see the shapes in "yellow" light)

Remember always clean your hand and HD2


**UPDATE**
-Just got mine today, I realized that there is no need to use water.
-What I have used are, ruler( to flat& make the air out)...furthermore,I highly recommend that someone can help you to hold something and paste....
-Devices other than T-mobile US,the stealth guard might be a bit large for ,so you may need to cut some parts(make sure cut after you paste)


Overall, this guard is worth its price and quite strong...Just the process of pasting,might be a bit hard...However don't expect a nice packaging or design. They will just send to you by normal mail.

Hope that this can help you all a lot and enjoy...
Cheers...

MOD EDIT: Unstuck as their website appears to be offline.
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30th August 2010, 06:27 AM   |  #2  
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its very great product
i bought 2 with a shipping fees to SA less then 5 US dollars !!
Very Nice !!
and C\Out through pay pal
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its very great product
i bought 2 with a shipping fees to SA less then 5 US dollars !!
Very Nice !!
and C\Out through pay pal

Yea,same here...I just bought 1 this morning...just 2.85USD for shipping fee...thats why i bring it to XDA...since its free for this moment...spread it to more users...hahaha
30th August 2010, 08:12 AM   |  #4  
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Just bought 2 for $4,95 shipping fee.
I am wondering how this protection compares to Invisible shield, clear shield or bodyguardz
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Just bought 2 for $4,95 shipping fee.
I am wondering how this protection compares to Invisible shield, clear shield or bodyguardz

I think maybe is the difference on materials and technologies...because stealth guard got their own technology such (self healing)...i not sure how its works...and the material used on stealth guard is the material to cover helicopter blade...thats all I know...maybe more durable...haha,of course it is cheap now...
30th August 2010, 10:14 PM   |  #6  
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I ordered 2 about 16 days ago, and received shipping conformation about 4 days ago.

According to their website it could take a month to arrive
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I ordered 2 about 16 days ago, and received shipping conformation about 4 days ago.

According to their website it could take a month to arrive

haha,yea...since we are at countries outside US, that may takes up 3 or 4 weeks...furthermore, this is pretty high demand good. It is relatively cheap compared to bodyguardz & brands...
cheers....be patient...share your experiences here...if you don't mind...
31st August 2010, 03:51 PM   |  #8  
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Hi sylau90, thank you for the info I've ordered 2 of these to be delivered to my home in the UK. Postage only cost 3.24 ($4.85)! I'll certainly be patient and see how it works out
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Hi sylau90, thank you for the info I've ordered 2 of these to be delivered to my home in the UK. Postage only cost 3.24 ($4.85)! I'll certainly be patient and see how it works out

Hi,Nashisu...you are welcome, I just share something good with the users here.haha,same here...I just order mine last 2days,now waiting the order. Hope this would be an awesome product.
31st August 2010, 09:46 PM   |  #10  
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thanks for the link, may I ask how much visitors/money have you got from bringing them visitors?

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