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Old 03-12-2009, 12:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Seidio Ultimate Screen Guard will protect the most important part of your Blackberry - The Screen. Unlike many screen protectors which scratch and tear easily, ours is manufactured from some of the highest quality materials available. It's the only screen protector you'll ever need for your device.

- Designed specifically for your 8900 Curve from the highest quality materials
- Advanced material adheres to your device without glue
- Simple installation - no messy liquids required
- Pair with one of our Innocases for total device protection
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Old 03-12-2009, 05:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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nice! will you be able to provide any discounts? perhaps free shipping?

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Pricing can be a little more competitive.. BestSkinsEver is offering 2 screen skin pack at $6.99 and the whole body skin is available at $7.99. BestSkinsEver can give tough competition.
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In my opinion, the Screenguardz by NLU are the best. I got 15 for about 12 bucks and they are great. I wil try to have a review the Screenguardz and the Seidio Innocase II Holster by tommorow with pics.=]
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By chance, will you be producing these for the 8200 series in the near future?
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By chance, will you be producing these for the 8200 series in the near future?
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Hello,

Currently, we have no plans to produce products for the Blackberry Pearl Flip, but I have forwarded the request to my engineers. Please keep an eye on the forum and our website for new product release and information.

Thank You!
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In my opinion, the Screenguardz by NLU are the best. I got 15 for about 12 bucks and they are great. I wil try to have a review the Screenguardz and the Seidio Innocase II Holster by tommorow with pics.=]
Right there, I can tell you that the BSE is better, because you need only one, not 15! I had a BSE on my Pearl for over 2 years (carrying it in my pocket with no case), and it still looks awesome. No peeling or marks at all, looks perfect with the display lit. Just retired it for an 8900, and I put the full BSE skin on before I ever used it. No need to replace a BSE, so 1 is all you need. VERY easy to install the screen piece too. (The curved sides take a bit more time to let dry and then hold down.)

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Right there, I can tell you that the BSE is better, because you need only one, not 15! I had a BSE on my Pearl for over 2 years (carrying it in my pocket with no case), and it still looks awesome. No peeling or marks at all, looks perfect with the display lit. Just retired it for an 8900, and I put the full BSE skin on before I ever used it. No need to replace a BSE, so 1 is all you need. VERY easy to install the screen piece too. (The curved sides take a bit more time to let dry and then hold down.)
Right there, I can tell you that Bodyguardz and Screenguardz are much better than BSE. I had Bodyguardz on my Ipod touch 2nd Gen, and it was the best casei ever bought for it(I had many cases). Ive had the screenguardz for about a week now and no scratches or fingerprints.
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I'm partial to the Zagg Invisible Shield. I've got them on 4 devices (8900, Garmin 60CSx, Garmin 705 and Dell Mini 9) and they are nearly bomb proof. At $24.95 for full 8900 coverage, they are not cheap, but if you order for more than one device, they automatically discount the total order.

The last order I placed was for two skins: One for my Dell Mini 9 and one for my wife’s 8320. They gave an $11.98 discount on the total order and that showed as soon as I added the 2nd item to my cart.

So, if you buy the full skin for the 8900 and for one other device, the pricing is very competitive.

Hard to beat this for both pricing and quality. Not to mention their guarantee.
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I'm partial to the Zagg Invisible Shield. I've got them on 4 devices (8900, Garmin 60CSx, Garmin 705 and Dell Mini 9) and they are nearly bomb proof. At $24.95 for full 8900 coverage, they are not cheap, but if you order for more than one device, they automatically discount the total order.

The last order I placed was for two skins: One for my Dell Mini 9 and one for my wifexxx8217;s 8320. They gave an $11.98 discount on the total order and that showed as soon as I added the 2nd item to my cart.

So, if you buy the full skin for the 8900 and for one other device, the pricing is very competitive.

Hard to beat this for both pricing and quality. Not to mention their guarantee.
The IS and the BSE use the same material. I've had the BSE's on 4 BBs now with no hitch. Never needed a guarantee or replacement, nor do I need to pay 3x the price for the Zagg stuff that includes the spray bottle and squeegee. (A drop of liquid soap in water and a credit card work just fine.)

BTW, @k317: I don't understand your use of 'right there.' I used it to note the difference between buying screen savers in packs of 12, versus just needing one that lasts. And I don't see how you can support your argument that screenguardz is 'much better' than BSE when you've just had it for one week, when I had BSEs installed for over 2 years and they still look great.

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You may be right about BSE being better but it's all a personal preference. If your bodyguards or invisible shield get ruined, theres lifetime replacements. With the BSE, you have to buy them again. Its funny that this is a thread supporting seidio yet we are having a competition:BSE vs Bodyguards(screenguardz) vs invisible shield. LOL
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Looks nice - but after seeing those things for awhile, I realized that screen protectors are mainly for people selling phones and ipods and such - it makes it look like more professional packing.

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Had Seidio screen protector on my Pearl over 2 years. Never knew it was on there. Cleans off like glass. On tiny little pit/scratch you could barely see. Pricy like any Seidio item but quality galore. I have BSE now but too early to tell about that.
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