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  1. shantheman73's Avatar
    Is the adhesive on more than just the edges for the Zagg 2nd gen?
    01-24-2017 08:43 PM
  2. Drunder40's Avatar
    Finding a tempered glass screen protector for the edge is just not possible yet.. I ended up getting the armorsuit and absolutely love it.. It wont protect from hard hits like the tempered glass but it is the next best thing (IMO).. It's like a kind of rubber type protector and does not hinder the touch at all.. This protector is perfect and so easy to install.

    It covers from edge to edge so there is no "Lift off" on the edges with cases. Again this one is perfect for the S7 edge.
    01-25-2017 05:00 AM
  3. slcbtf's Avatar
    I'm really picky with screen protectors and have been searching around for a while. I finally think I've found the best fit for me and it's been great. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...cUvbUpU5656319 Installing this took a little bit more time, but it has been flawless ever since. I did have one issue with a case that rubbed the corners, but I had another case that works fine with it.
    01-25-2017 10:16 AM
  4. shantheman73's Avatar
    FWIW, the "new version" of the Zagg Curved screen protector works flawlessly with no loss of touch sensitivity and it adheres great. I've had it for a few weeks and can now say that there finally is a screen protector that works on the S7 Edge. The original Zagg glass was horrible, and so were a few others that I tried and returned.
    Yes, it's too expensive, but it does work if you have $50 to shell out to protect a $700 phone!
    Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Screen Protector - InvisibleShield Glass Curve | ZAGG
    Is the adhesive on more than just the top, bottom and sides?
    01-25-2017 07:41 PM
  5. Fit24's Avatar
    I'm using the Otterbox Defender case with the built-in screen protector. It's not perfect but I like it and it provides great protection.
    01-25-2017 08:58 PM
  6. N7AS's Avatar
    I'm using the Otterbox Defender case with the built-in screen protector. It's not perfect but I like it and it provides great protection.
    I use the Otterbox Defender as well and am happy with it.
    01-26-2017 12:43 AM
  7. Daniel Barrett's Avatar
    Best Buy offers one that the Geek Squad installs. Pay for first installation and it has lifetime warranty. Any defects, damage, lifting, anything at all really, bring it back to them, new screen protector installed.
    Dngrsone likes this.
    01-26-2017 07:03 AM
  8. tsells's Avatar
    Is the adhesive on more than just the top, bottom and sides?
    Yes. It's like all of the others with adhesive on edges only.
    Now almost 2 months with this screen protector and all is good.
    01-26-2017 07:09 AM
  9. Captpt's Avatar
    Funny how so many have such different user experiences with the same screen protectors, I myself tried 2-3 different protectors and I found the ZAGG InvisibleShield HD the best and my most favorite protector for my S7 Edge.. Reviews on Amazon and such don't quite agree (it only got 3 stars), I've had no issues with it lifting, bubbles or interfering with the 2 cases I use (Spigen Neo Hybrid is my daily driver) yet others using this protector have experiences all of these issues. That said I already know if I do replace it I will go with the Zagg HD again, short of someone actually releasing a Glass protector that will work ith the Edge S7 (Which I highly doubt) I will go with the HD again..
    01-26-2017 08:10 AM
  10. BBSeattle's Avatar
    Late to the S7 Edge party; LG V10 Bootlooped and needed to get something...other than LG.
    A friend has had one since release and I noticed a lot of micro scratches on his screen. Did a little research and saw that it may be a little easier to scratch than most would expect. Decided I should install a screen protector as soon as possible.
    I gave up on a tempered glass protector as well. I do not use a case so the "fit with a case" was not the issue.
    In most cases it was loss of screen sensitivity, halo or rainbow, edges not flush, gap around home button collecting debris....and on and on.
    Tried several plastic film protectors but most would not adhere to the edges properly.
    Ended up with an IQ Shield plastic film and it went on easy, can't tell it's there and more importantly the edges adhered with no problem.
    The surface is very smooth (not quite like the factory screen) and is more than acceptable.
    Very pleased after numerous fails with a variety of protectors out there.
    01-26-2017 12:27 PM
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