Screen Protector Mini Reviews

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Postby Fommy » Tue Oct 21, 2008 11:26

I don't use a screen protector and my screen is in perfect condition, not a single mark or scratch.

I was also thinking so. But the day came after 9 to 10 month when I saw scratches on the screen. So it depends on the atmosphere you live and how you handle your smartphone to escape it from dust, dirt and scratches. But screen protectors always going to help you.

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Postby thomasstuart » Wed Nov 18, 2009 15:58

Hey Friends.
I read your post your screen is less clear. However the thinner crystal clear types seem to always take a few tries and are more likely to have air bubbles and by the time I get it on,

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Postby souljaboy112 » Wed Nov 18, 2009 21:39

i bought the ux screen protector from conics .
around 8 dollas

easy install ,
1, be sure to wash screen with water , then soap (make sure u dont get the stuff to leak under the cover plastic)
2, and then water again ,
3, use a towel ,
4, use a towel/ blow off with your mouth to get rid of the dust or particles the towel might have left on the screen ,
5, apply the protector

its crystal clear

perfect stuff

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Postby sportfisio » Wed Mar 10, 2010 16:13

Hi there! After few months,are you thinking of 10/10 to conics sceen protector? I'm gonna get one,if you say yes.

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Postby ashleynathomas » Sat Mar 13, 2010 03:12

In this forum here i liked to know about screen protector which one is better and how to use it to save the screen from dust and scratches.As we all know that good screen protectors are more expensive, but offer better long-term protection and are generally made specifically for each individual device, providing the end-consumer with a better fitting protector.

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Postby hvkong » Fri Sep 24, 2010 09:16

i'm using the Brando one.

I originally got one for my Sony Aino Phone and love that it looks like it's not there. Same with the UX. I will post pics to compare soon. One thing though is that applying screen protectors seem to be an art which few people are able to master. I've asked some people in the store to be the ones to install them.

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Postby nitrorcx » Tue May 10, 2011 11:56

Thanks For sharing best information. I have IS on all my devices with screens, i followed the instructions to the T and have had no problems installing them, they look perfect, no bubbles or anything. To the posters above, i can understand why you got bubbles! if you took your time and followed the instructions exactly you should have gotten perfect results.

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Postby Vars » Thu Jul 14, 2011 11:39

Does anybody have a genuine SONY screen protector for sale or know where I can buy some

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Postby ceehoppy1st » Thu Jul 14, 2011 13:33

I looked around 6 months ago & nobody had the Sony protector in stock anymore. You might try Sony Parts direct & see if it's available at all.
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Postby bigs » Thu Jul 14, 2011 19:53

best solution if you cannot get a genuine sony replacement is to make yourself one from a larger sheet designed for the likes of a gps. I personally found the 4.7" gps screen protector cuts down nicely.
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