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By jah, Senior Member on 8th November 2015, 04:54 PM
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19th December 2015, 03:45 AM |#21  
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Another option. Bubbles do reduce after a few days
http://www.mobilefun.co.uk/olixar-bl...ack-p56194.htm

If you use hinge method and apply pressure while you're setting in-place, there won't be any bubbles whatsoever. I've heard people state "the bubbles disappear" but it seems with every device I've had these placed on, if it wasn't set properly, the bubbles never went away (and the protector would eventually unseal itself). So far the only device that I've had success with a plastic protector actually staying on (7+ years) is an old Nintendo DS Lite

If they have to use water on a drop-in protector, they did it wrong.
 
 
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If you use hinge method and apply pressure while you're setting in-place, there won't be any bubbles whatsoever. I've heard people state "the bubbles disappear" but it seems with every device I've had these placed on, if it wasn't set properly, the bubbles never went away (and the protector would eventually unseal itself). So far the only device that I've had success with a plastic protector actually staying on (7+ years) is an old Nintendo DS Lite

If they have to use water on a drop-in protector, they did it wrong.

Most good screen protectors for curved screens are not standard foils but they are made from gel like material which has an element of self healing and difficult to apply without bubbles. In the UK Vodafone shops install zagg protectors which are gel like and they also need a couple of days for bubbles to disappear.
11th January 2016, 05:27 AM |#23  
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Is this a real deal?
Olixar BlackBerry Priv Full Cover Curved Glass Screen Protector?
***.mobilefun.sg/56985-olixar-blackberry-priv-full-cover-curved-glass-screen-protector.htm
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16th January 2016, 02:39 AM |#24  
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Finally Glass Full Coverage Protector
http://www.amazon.com/BlackBerry-Sto...=priv+glass+3d

First official 3d tempered glass protector full frontal for the Priv. Works excellent 99% covers entire screen.
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21st January 2016, 07:49 PM |#25  
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http://www.amazon.com/BlackBerry-Sto...=priv+glass+3d

First official 3d tempered glass protector full frontal for the Priv. Works excellent 99% covers entire screen.

Damn nice, they don't even have this for the S6 edge. Do you have pictures of it on your device?

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25th January 2016, 03:17 AM |#26  
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http://www.mobilefun.com/56985-olixa...-protector.htm
Anyone like to try this?
29th January 2016, 10:34 PM |#27  
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This one works well but a bit anti glare

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B019MBZD..._8G-QwbT4SZAVM
1st February 2016, 06:40 AM |#28  
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This is what I use. Just had it installed. I have used it on all my phones. Never scratched never broken the screen.

http://phantomskinz.com/blackberry-priv/

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15th February 2016, 05:07 PM |#29  
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Damn nice, they don't even have this for the S6 edge. Do you have pictures of it on your device?

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I got one - stress fracture in the corner for absolutely no reason. I reached out to the manufacturer and they've agreed to replace it - we'll see. In the meantime, it keeps getting worse but I've yet to drop/impact the phone. Hopefully I just got a bad unit.
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So the manufacturer shipped the replacement PDQ and I'm happy to say it's been a few days since I've had it and it didn't fracture out of nowhere. Seems I just got a bad unit.
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26th February 2016, 07:13 AM |#31  
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Tempered glass screen protectors offer a level of protection. I can say from personal experiences that having tempered glass screen protectors on phones my wife and I have both owned saved us from screen replacements due to drops. The screen protector broken before the screen did.

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I agree with u. When i want to change my iphone 5s screen after broken, they told me it need around $200!!! OMG, too expensive. So now i use tempered glass screen protector, it's really useful.
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