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Re: Good screen protectors?
I've had great experiences with screen protectors in the past.
I used some with an HTC legend - always takes me 2 or 3 goes to do without the bubbles but I can't hack it with the bubbles.
I dropped the phone in the car once onto the corner metal of one of the seat sliders and when I picked it up there was a huge bubble, I expected a crack but when I removed the screen protector it had done its job and the screen was A1. Little doubt without this the screen would have been damaged. Replaced it with another an that is still going.
Those screen protectors were £2 from Ebay.
I have also bought screen protectors for the wife's Ipad and again excellent experience.
This time from Amazon for around £5 - six came with the pack which was a bonus as the bigger screen makes it even trickier but the end result is awesome, you wouldn't know it was there.
On both devices the screen protectors were totally transparent. On the Ipad the touch sensitivity was not affected at all. On the legend very slightly but there were settings that allowed for increased screen sensitivity which cancelled the effect out with a minor tweak.
Now I have a Galaxy note, the first screen protectors ordered from Ebay are awful but sound like the ATT ones described above. They are not totally clear and although claim to be resistant to finger marks I scratched it straight away with my finger nail. It was awful and made the screen so obfuscated I would not consider it fit for purpose.
I really don't want to take a chance with this phone as I expect it to last me years as my Legend has done but from all the research I've done I cannot find a decent screen protector.
Even the tempered glass ones on Amazon for £30 are receiving reports of coming loose after a month or so of use.
I'm going to try a couple more cheap ones out and see how I get on.
(Awesome phone though!)