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Skinomi TechSkin - Screen Protector Shield for Samsung Galaxy Nexus - $3.39 on Amazon

This is a discussion on Skinomi TechSkin - Screen Protector Shield for Samsung Galaxy Nexus - $3.39 on Amazon within the Galaxy Nexus Accessories forums, part of the Galaxy Nexus Forum category; Well I just carefully examined my screen and if they put something special on it its not that great because I just noticed a small ...

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    Well I just carefully examined my screen and if they put something special on it its not that great because I just noticed a small scratch. My phone is always in my pocket by itself nothing else. I will still be using a screen protector

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    I just feel way more comfortable with a screen protector no matter how tough the glass is supposed to be. It is like a security blanket because even one little scratch on the screen would drive me to the brink of insanity. Is it extreme, probably, but it keeps me happy

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    Well I just installed this crap. In my opinion you get what you paid for. Screen is dulled down and looks like poop. Film itself is hazy before install. Its good enough to protect until I buy steinheil. Wet application ftl


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    Thanks for the heads up, stick.






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    just installed armorsuit on mine...i'll find out in the am if it was worth putting on or not.
    Not real impressed right now while still drying...

    okay its got a grainy look to it .esp. when there is lots of white background.
    i dont care for the look.feels ok
    will have to do for now...any port in a storm i guess
    since i had two very small almost unoticeable scratches
    on screen.
    Last edited by bap58; 12-18-2011 at 11:23 AM.

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    I put my skinomi on a few hours ago. I was a bit worried with the wet application as I had never used that type before. It went on SO much easier than I expected. It looks and feels great! I'm so glad I opted to try this out

    /end commercial
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ak8s View Post
    Wait....I thought the Nexus survived the key test. Why do we need a screen protector?
    It did, and while not called Gorilla Glass, Samsung and Corning have a joint venture so I'm guessing it's not far off. My only want for a protector is to reduce the glare.

    http://www.scp.samsung.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayv View Post
    I put my skinomi on a few hours ago. I was a bit worried with the wet application as I had never used that type before. It went on SO much easier than I expected. It looks and feels great! I'm so glad I opted to try this out

    /end commercial
    It will look even better after 20 hrs or so.
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    Wait a few days. Skinomi screen protectors does settle down after drying for a while.

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    I've used both the Zagg and the Skinomi. I eventually tore them both off. They get annoying after a while because of the drag and I found that the screen was more responsive without them. My Incredible screen did just fine without a screen protector. My wife's Env Touch quit responding after around 6 months with the Zagg. It took me a while to figure out it was the screen protector causing the problems.

    My favorite screen protector so far has been Martin Fields, but The last phone I had one on was a Dare, so I don't know how it would work on the GN.

 

 
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