The screen protectors that come with RebelTouch...

Discussion in 'Accessories' started by Abcmsaj, Oct 14, 2008.

  1. Abcmsaj

    Abcmsaj Retired Moderator

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    How well do they fit?

    I've bought 1 off eBay, and got one with my Nu Form and neither fits properly...

    Does the SwitchEasy fit PERFFFEKLY?

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  2. jay~jay

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    not for me
  3. super55dude

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    lol i bought a bodyguardz for my new touch, so im good, so has your rebel come in yet Abc? hopefully mine'll come in tomorrow
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    The home button is not cut perfectly, but its pretty good.
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    When I applied mine it was perfect until I put on the case and the edges of the protector were pushed up... gaining a bunch of dust.

    I reccomend power support antiglare
  6. mosgeo2000

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    Same here. Was quite impressed with how decent the screen protector was (although a pattern is visible in certain lights) considering it was an extra. Soon as I put the case on though the edges 'buckled' slightly in some places -- more of an aesthetic concern than a real problem for me and not that noticeable IMHO but...

    Have just bought some Power Support anti glare, so we will see.
  7. Abcmsaj

    Abcmsaj Retired Moderator

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    Thanks guys.
    Mine came today and I'll keep the screen protectors for something else.
    I might consider getting antiglare if I have money :\
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    i think the switcheasy screen protectors are decent enough. they apply ok with minimal bubbles and at least mine was cut pretty nicely. i do tho also notice a kind of pattern on the screen shield kinda like a rainbow but it isnt really that noticable for me. i say its good enough but if u want better then try the powersupport or the sgp.
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    Did you clean the screen before applying the screen protector? If you did what kind of cleaning solution did you use? Make sure that you never use window cleaner, only use something that is desinged for cleaning electronics screens, as those will not eat the anti reflective coating on the screens.
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    iKlear is by far the best cleaner for touch screens, LCD tvs, computer monitors, etc. It does not leave any residue at all. Highly recommend.

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