So I got one of them mirror screen protectors, I was wondering if any of you have experienced a slight loss of response from your screen as a result of screen protectors or if it's just material it's made from.
But long story short the sale is buy any 3 screen protectors and then apply the coupon code and you would be golden. For 3 Nexus 7 screen protectors the deal would come out to 4.50 which is a very hard deal to pass up on.
Just a question to those of you, I'm assuming most, who put a screen protector on your phone. I've been having troubles with the Nexus 5 screen protectors, specifically a matted protector from Ghost Armor, in which my common TPU case pushes up the corners of the protector rather severely.
I am a new Galaxy S2 owner via Walmart as of Friday and was curious as to the community's opinion on screen protectors and cases... since I paid $300 + tax and plan on keeping my device for a while I'm thinking of going with a Zagg Invisible Shield and this case (for the kickstand, seems like a good idea for use with the S2):
Today I took off my stock screen protector, to find that there was a 2nd protector on also but this one is fitted better. I took off the 1st one due to dust n some small annoying air bubbles. I was thinking id have to buy anyother one to keep my screen scratchless/crackless. Should I keep the second one on or take it offf and buy another? I really see no reason to take it off if you want one on.
Verizon iPhone 4 32GB White + Speck Candyshell Case (White/Charcoal) $250 Shipped
Information: Have had the phone since 2010, only owner, works perfectly. No scratches on the screen,
has been in a case and with screen protectors since purchase. I can provide, if I find them in storage,
two or three more screen and back protectors that I purchased.