Zagg "invisibleSHIELD Dry" -vs- "InvisibleSHIELD HD"

zzoinks

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My wife just picked up a One X the other day and now we're on the hunt for some screen protection.

I got the (*cough*$30*cough*) Zagg product from the AT&T store (invisibleSHIELD Dry), applied it last night, and remove it after 2 minutes because of how it ruined the smooth feel of the screen. It went on great, no bubbles or anything. But the feel was awful. It was almost like rubberizing the screen. It was not easy at all to swipe across. Bummer. So I pulled it off and will be returning it.

Is the "InvisibleSHIELD HD" which sells at Best Buy a different (smoother) feel than the "invisibleSHIELD Dry"? If so, I might give the InvisibleSHIELD HD a try (assuming Best Buy has a decent return policy on them).

What I really want to find is something like the "Moshi" brand that I have on my Vivid. I love the less glossy finish of it - stays smooth and resists fingerprints better than anything I've seen. Problem is I can't seem to find one for the One X.

Thanks,
-Brett.
 

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I have the Zagg HD and its worth it. No rubberized feeling at all. HD protector feels as smooth as the glass.

I second this. Really happy with mine, although not sure if the resistance to fingerprints is up to par with your previous. I'd say get it and try it out. In fact, most Best Buy stores will apply the screen for you in their mobile department. If you don't like it, remove it and return it (save the box). Despite the fact that it will be un-usable once returned, Best Buy has a decent return policy and should take it back. (I've done it before, but different stores could be more or less liberal with their policies, so best to ask someone beforehand.)
 
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Any Zagg you have to let dry for at least a day before it looks as good as its supposed to. Yes the HD does make it look virtually not there, but even with the normal ones it seems to be fine once some oil (which you cannot see) from your fingers gets on it.
 
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My wife just picked up a One X the other day and now we're on the hunt for some screen protection.

I got the (*cough*$30*cough*) Zagg product from the AT&T store (invisibleSHIELD Dry), applied it last night, and remove it after 2 minutes because of how it ruined the smooth feel of the screen. It went on great, no bubbles or anything. But the feel was awful. It was almost like rubberizing the screen. It was not easy at all to swipe across. Bummer. So I pulled it off and will be returning it.

Is the "InvisibleSHIELD HD" which sells at Best Buy a different (smoother) feel than the "invisibleSHIELD Dry"? If so, I might give the InvisibleSHIELD HD a try (assuming Best Buy has a decent return policy on them).

What I really want to find is something like the "Moshi" brand that I have on my Vivid. I love the less glossy finish of it - stays smooth and resists fingerprints better than anything I've seen. Problem is I can't seem to find one for the One X.

Thanks,
-Brett.

OK so did any1 actually answer the question. I have a Galaxy S7edge and bought the Zagg hd clear. Now I have searched for a installation process and can not find one that shows the same box I have. And it is differnt.
The part u peel off before install is partitioned into 2 parts on the dry where as to on the clear it's one solid piece. So u can't do the motion they suggest with the dry. Are they the same? Does any1 know