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Aphex13

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You already have the most discrete protector. The only good glass ones I have seen are the loca glue based ones and they are far from discrete. I would say Zagg would be your best but but they scratch way to easy for the $ you pay. I would just stick with the film and call it a day, I've used them for years without issue. Plus they are dirt cheap to replace. I've had this on for two months without any problems https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BGB3GMS5?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details
Hey. I've been using the soft film protectors for years (Skinomi and the like), and I bought a set of the films you mentioned here. I just received them in the mail today, and they're great. It's like having a soft TPU film protector on (no scratches), but they don't feel like you're sliding your finger across a balloon or kitchen glove when you use them. The adhesive seems like it'll stick to the curved edges of the screen as well. Thanks so much for the heads up!
 
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Misterxtc

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Hey. I've been using the soft film protectors for years (Skinomi and the like), and I bought a set of the films you mentioned here. I just received them in the mail today, and they're great. It's like having a soft TPU film protector on (no scratches), but they don't feel like you're sliding your finger across a balloon or kitchen glove when you use them. The adhesive seems like it'll stick to the curved edges of the screen as well. Thanks so much for the heads up!
Nice, I'm glad it's working out. I've tried a few and this is the my favorite for the price if you don't want to go with glass.
 

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I have a Celly ProScreen machine at work, I am lucky as I am the only one with access to it.
These are superstrong sheets that are cut to fit hundreds of devices.
Both matt and gloss finishes, the matt is my go to protector.
They last for months and have proven to be excellent imo.
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You already have the most discrete protector. The only good glass ones I have seen are the loca glue based ones and they are far from discrete. I would say Zagg would be your best but but they scratch way to easy for the $ you pay. I would just stick with the film and call it a day, I've used them for years without issue. Plus they are dirt cheap to replace. I've had this on for two months without any problems https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BGB3GMS5?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details
Have you tried the Spigen Neo Flex film? https://www.amazon.com/Spigen-NeoFlex-Protector-Designed-Friendly/dp/B0B3CJHNZ5/ How does it compare to the film in your post above?
 

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    The IMBZBK is junk for a UV kit. One of the protectors didn't even have the protective film on the back but they stuck the peel sticker on the back. Since there was no protective film pretty much -1 protector right out of the box. I've done tons of LOCA installs without a hitch so I am very experienced. I think there's an issue with their kit because they use these little annoying plugs to hold the protector in place. The black hammer used to slowly lower the protector to the screen also wobbles around quite a bit and doesn't stay straight.

    First protector had a huge area where I could see newton rings basically it wasn't touching the screen and as a result the adhesive didn't fill that area. Second one the same thing happened but it eventually filled the area but then formed small bubbles. I'd say I could have gotten a defective kit, but considering 1 of the 3 protectors was DOA I'm inclined to think it's a junk product. I think the plugs are too tight and causes the protector to lift from the screen enough to cause the issue I had during installation. Just go with a film and use it until your Whitestone comes.