Screen Protector for ipod touch 3g

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Which Screen protector is the best overall

  1. Grantwood

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  2. Powersupport

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    85.7%
  1. lalgsw

    lalgsw Member

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    Hey,

    I'm looking for a screen protector to put on my iPod touch 3g from Amazon and I've come across a few that have gotten some good/great reviews. They vary greatly in price, which is probably the overall best?

    I want to prevent my ipod screen from getting dirty and scratched and I want it to be good when it comes to being able to see through it. I also don't want lots of bubbles that don't come out and for it to be easy to remove if it becomes a problem.

    I have 2 good ones in mind:

    Grantwood: http://www.amazon.com/Grantwood-Tec...3?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1270253378&sr=1-3

    Powersupport Anti-glare: http://www.amazon.com/Power-Support...3?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1270253162&sr=8-3


    Thanks!!
  2. J-Phone

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    zagg is a pretty good one, once you buy it only about $3-4 dollars to get a new one
  3. Ouchy_S

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    Bubbles are formed from incorrect placing down the shield, and not cleaning the screen first.
    And I'd highly recommend Zagg. It's a little tricky to put on, but it's tough as nails, and nothing will scratch it.
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    zagg can be scratched, i was cleaning my screen with zagg on real hard and my nail accidently swiped it, it has like a half a inch long cut now
  5. lalgsw

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    I was looking through Amazon and it seems like the Zagg has a lot of negative reviews about being not a good feeling whn touching and affecting some of the touch sensativity?

    That grantwood link only costs 2$ but has lots of positive reviews, is it any good?
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    It doesn't have that glassy feel, but it doesn't affect the sensitivity at all, nor does it feel weird. iPod screens are super sensitive. You can get 1mm thick plastic and it will still pick it up.
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    isnt the ipod screen skin activated lol. i try a DS stylus and it wont work.
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    I think so. But the screen is so responsive it picks it up under screen protectors.
    Put a piece of paper over the screen and unlock it. It picks it up. Thick plastic, it picks it up.
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    I have the Powersupport one and i really recommend it, its a bit pricey but well worth the money it feels really nice in the hands (feels better than zagg) and it is very resistant to scratches
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    i tried both, i can tell you zagg doesn't feel nearly as good as the Powersupport, once you use it you never gonna go back

    i use zagg for the back tough
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    no its activated by the electricity generated by our body, that's why stylus dont work
  10. lalgsw

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    How long approximately can the Powersupport Screen protector last? I'm not sure I want to pay 15$ for something that might wear out in a month

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