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    What ones are the best and why?
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    I have always used the ones u get at Verizon.have a choice between clear and anti glare.last a good while unless u carry a lighter or keys in the same pocket as your phone,but no screen protector will last thru that

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    I like my Incipio one. The screen is very clear through it and has yet to bubble or lift.
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    I agree with Mike. I have the one from Verizon. I like the slickness and the feel. Feels naked but it isn't. I don't like the anti-glare tho....they don't glide well.
    I have used the ghost armor and invisible shield in the past. They feel yucky in my opinion ion and take away the screen touch experience. It slows it down.

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    I use the RND Power Solutions Ultra Crystal Clear from Amazon, it's only 6 dollars for a pack of 3 and works well.

    They also have an anti-glare version, but I firmly believe that anti-glare screen protectors are ineffective in any kind of sunlight and only serve to add an "embedded glitter" effect to your better-than-Retina display.
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    I've never bought anti glares,just seeing my brothers bionic with anti glares,turned me away.

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    So if no one likes the anti-glare, does anyone have any helpful tips on how to deal with glare when using the phone outside. I'm currently using a "Reallook" screen protector.

    This drives me nuts. It seems almost impossible to do anything with the phone when outside on a sunny day. Luckily I live in Seattle where that pesky old sun isn't around much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daniel-k View Post
    So if no one likes the anti-glare, does anyone have any helpful tips on how to deal with glare when using the phone outside. I'm currently using a "Reallook" screen protector.

    This drives me nuts. It seems almost impossible to do anything with the phone when outside on a sunny day. Luckily I live in Seattle where that pesky old sun isn't around much.
    /wave from Bellingham.

    Regarding screen protector: 3 years with smart phones, 3 years without screen protector or case. No worries, no problems.

    YMMV.

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