1. mwandroboy's Avatar
    Hey

    This is a new full screen protector from spigen it's coming soon


    Samsung Galaxy S3 Screen Protector Steinheil Curved Crystal - GALAXY S3 - Samsung - Cell Phones

    I found this at verizon forum, and I think it's super cool that this new screen protector isn't cut short, and covers the whole screen even on the curved screen.
    beh likes this.
    07-09-2012 02:40 PM
  2. beh's Avatar
    Once they start shipping and have a discount coupon I think I will check one out.
    07-09-2012 03:31 PM
  3. scottsglock17's Avatar
    I have found that the iVisor AG screen protectors work very well, and are simple to install.

    moshi - purveyor of electronics fashion - Product - iVisor AG for GALAXY SIII
    07-09-2012 06:55 PM
  4. mwandroboy's Avatar
    I have found that the iVisor AG screen protectors work very well, and are simple to install.

    moshi - purveyor of electronics fashion - Product - iVisor AG for GALAXY SIII
    I've heard of moshi, but I've never used their product. It looks cool though, but what's up with the coloring ? for how much?
    07-09-2012 08:59 PM
  5. vietalogy's Avatar
    I have found that the iVisor AG screen protectors work very well, and are simple to install.

    moshi - purveyor of electronics fashion - Product - iVisor AG for GALAXY SIII
    Are you using a case with the ivisor?
    07-09-2012 09:07 PM
  6. scottsglock17's Avatar
    Are you using a case with the ivisor?
    I use the Case-Mate Barely There case. I have used this case and screen protector combination on almost all of my phones and it seems to work out well.
    07-09-2012 09:17 PM
  7. scottsglock17's Avatar
    I've heard of moshi, but I've never used their product. It looks cool though, but what's up with the coloring ? for how much?
    The 2 colors that they offer match the color of the phone that you have. I saw them both at the local AT&T store today and they match the color of the S III perfectly. The store that I was at had them for $25, but they only had like 2 left of each color.
    07-09-2012 09:19 PM
  8. cgardnervt's Avatar
    Moshi scratched the hell outta my screen the other day. Left 2 good ones in the middle lf my screen. I know that it can happen with any dry installment of a screen protector. Some how dust or something got between the screen protector. Just be careful with it and clean it every so often. I took it off to clean it after a weeks worth of time of having it on.

    So instead I now use ZAGG IS. Covers the full screen and it protects pretty well. Even feels nice to the finger!

    Cheers...

    PS. Plus if your gonna pay $25 then I would go with the best! Have Best Buy install it if you don't like doing the installs.
    scottsglock17 likes this.
    07-10-2012 08:12 AM
  9. scottsglock17's Avatar
    Moshi scratched the hell outta my screen the other day. Left 2 good ones in the middle lf my screen. I know that it can happen with any dry installment of a screen protector. Some how dust or something got between the screen protector. Just be careful with it and clean it every so often. I took it off to clean it after a weeks worth of time of having it on.

    So instead I now use ZAGG IS. Covers the full screen and it protects pretty well. Even feels nice to the finger!

    Cheers...

    PS. Plus if your gonna pay $25 then I would go with the best! Have Best Buy install it if you don't like doing the installs.
    Cool Avatar. . I agree with you about dry application screen protectors. In my opinion that is the only drawback (regardless of brand). I am not very comfortable with the wet application type. Just the thought of putting something wet on my device leaves me a little skeptical. I know that installed properly; wet application screen protectors are very good. Maybe I will check out the ZAGG IS.
    cgardnervt likes this.
    07-10-2012 09:55 AM
  10. beh's Avatar
    Moshi scratched the hell outta my screen the other day. Left 2 good ones in the middle lf my screen. I know that it can happen with any dry installment of a screen protector. Some how dust or something got between the screen protector. Just be careful with it and clean it every so often. I took it off to clean it after a weeks worth of time of having it on.

    So instead I now use ZAGG IS. Covers the full screen and it protects pretty well. Even feels nice to the finger!

    Cheers...

    PS. Plus if your gonna pay $25 then I would go with the best! Have Best Buy install it if you don't like doing the installs.
    The dry screen protector didn't scratch your phone, you did. The screen protector being an inanimate object could not possibly have "done" anything.
    Having used both dry and wet (ZAGG) screen protector mounting methods I can say that preparation is everything. And both types mount correctly if you pay attention to detail and the mounting instructions.
    07-10-2012 10:17 AM
  11. cgardnervt's Avatar
    Cool Avatar. . I agree with you about dry application screen protectors. In my opinion that is the only drawback (regardless of brand). I am not very comfortable with the wet application type. Just the thought of putting something wet on my device leaves me a little skeptical. I know that installed properly; wet application screen protectors are very good. Maybe I will check out the ZAGG IS.
    Be sure to get the HD version is you want the closed feel to glass. Again if you don't like doing it I know best buy will install it for like $6 or so. Plus if you ever need it replaced they will reinstall it for free after ZAGG sends you a new one.

    The dry screen protector didn't scratch your phone, you did. The screen protector being an inanimate object could not possibly have "done" anything.
    Having used both dry and wet (ZAGG) screen protector mounting methods I can say that preparation is everything. And both types mount correctly if you pay attention to detail and the mounting instructions.
    As far as error I don't think so. Its the way the protector works. It has a sticky side that must have come loose a few times. I didn't see any dust in there. Not to say that it couldn't ave been there. Also to this day I have never had any dry static cling screen protector do this. I have used Bodyguardz for my Palm Pre- and Evo's when I was with Sprint...And I just used and OB Defender with my HOX. so IMO iVisor Moshi has a bad design. Partly my fault? Sure after all I did buy it and use it.

    If people wanna give them a try then I say go for it! I was only sharing what I saw in my own personal experience. And that may differ pending the person and their views.

    Good luck with whatever SP you pick Scottsglock! Let us know how it turns out for ya.
    scottsglock17 likes this.
    07-10-2012 12:25 PM
  12. scottsglock17's Avatar
    Be sure to get the HD version is you want the closed feel to glass. Again if you don't like doing it I know best buy will install it for like $6 or so. Plus if you ever need it replaced they will reinstall it for free after ZAGG sends you a new one.



    As far as error I don't think so. Its the way the protector works. It has a sticky side that must have come loose a few times. I didn't see any dust in there. Not to say that it couldn't ave been there. Also to this day I have never had any dry static cling screen protector do this. I have used Bodyguardz for my Palm Pre- and Evo's when I was with Sprint...And I just used and OB Defender with my HOX. so IMO iVisor Moshi has a bad design. Partly my fault? Sure after all I did buy it and use it.

    If people wanna give them a try then I say go for it! I was only sharing what I saw in my own personal experience. And that may differ pending the person and their views.

    Good luck with whatever SP you pick Scottsglock! Let us know how it turns out for ya.
    Thanks for the info. I will definitely check into it. I will keep you informed. Thanks again.
    07-10-2012 12:33 PM
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