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Old 04-05-2009, 09:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What screen protector do you use and why?

I have experience with the polyurethane material, but considering the harder plastic ones to avoid the "sticky edges" over time.
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Wirelessly posted (BlackBerry Curve 8900)

I currently use a screen protector from Best Skins Ever. It is low cost and does its job.
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I use what I had for my olf Treo 600/650s. Cut to size, work great, no added cost.
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For those that use the polyurethane protectors, how do you cope with the sticky edges?
As for the plastic, I actually like the in-the-box protector that comes with the phone. Are the plastic ones similar?
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Wirelessly posted (BlackBerry Curve 8900)

I don't have sticky edges on mine. I noticed that I would get sticky edges if I put my BB is a pouch holder, but I use a clip holster from Sedio, so I don't have to slide it in anything.
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Screen Patronus works great for me.
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I've tried InvisibleShield and Bodyguardz. I don't care for the wavy appearance of the screen with invisibleshield. Bodyguardz are very similar in terms of strength, application, etc. but without the wavy appearance. They tend not to be as precisely cut though, so sometimes they don't fit perfectly. I have them for a couple of Nokias that are less than perfect. That said, the ones for my Bold are very good.

I'm going to try the anti-glare from Boxwave though, as I'm really tired of having to clean the screen.
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I used a mirror screen protector. When your bold screen is lit up you can see everything, when the screen goes dark it turns into a very clear and clean mirror.
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I use InvisibleShield and i love it , there is nothing better

durable , lifetime warranty , there are zagg stores for you to visit
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Clarivue is the best and great price too.
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I use Clarivue. the best hard plastic static cling. shipping takes forever sometimes.
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