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Old 12-31-2008, 01:51 PM   #21 (permalink)
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So is the guy on the video doing the product review full of it? Or is he correct in saying that once the Zagg Invisible shield is on it's harder to slide your finger around the screen and lint and dust collects around the edges of the film and that there is the "orange peel" effect on the surface of the film making it give off that wrinkled appearance?

Please post your honest comments after installing this product yourself.

Oh, and I'm still using the original film that my Storm came with but it's beginning to get a little rough. Doing it's job in protecting the screen in the meantime though.
Also curious about this video. Anyone else have their screen protector?
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Old 12-31-2008, 03:41 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Did any body have problems with the installation? Specifically any concerns or advice about the liquid going into the gaps around the screen when you squeegy the excess out?
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Old 12-31-2008, 03:43 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Did any body have problems with the installation? Specifically any concerns or advice about the liquid going into the gaps around the screen when you squeegy the excess out?
Im also worried about this. I heard that there is a lot of excess liquid that could end up around the screen or one of the other openings
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I think regarding the liquid, as long as you pull the battery and leave the phone sit for 24 hours before you turn it back on, it should evaporate.
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Old 12-31-2008, 05:46 PM   #25 (permalink)
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So is the guy on the video doing the product review full of it? Or is he correct in saying that once the Zagg Invisible shield is on it's harder to slide your finger around the screen and lint and dust collects around the edges of the film and that there is the "orange peel" effect on the surface of the film making it give off that wrinkled appearance?

Please post your honest comments after installing this product yourself.

Oh, and I'm still using the original film that my Storm came with but it's beginning to get a little rough. Doing it's job in protecting the screen in the meantime though.
Honestly, I haven't really noticed that it is harder to slide my finger on the screen [of my touchscreen phone - not the Storm] once the shield is applied.. But I have noticed that with the shield finger smudges don't seem to build up as much (or atleast NOT as noticeably.)

It does kind of give the effect of a wrinkled appearance, but you don't notice unless it unless the light is hitting it a certain way..

Neither of those things have bothered me. I highly recommend the Invisible Shield. I tried Bodyguardz first and completely messed up when applying it. It is very true that dirt or lint will get caught on the screen, under the shield, if you do not wipe it clean immaculately first. Bought the Invisible Shield and the rubber squeegie thing they give you to apply it with works wonders...
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I think regarding the liquid, as long as you pull the battery and leave the phone sit for 24 hours before you turn it back on, it should evaporate.
There is excess liquid, but they say it won't hurt the phone... It worried me, too, but it didn't hurt my phone..

I do recommend, when applying, that you don't go crazy trying to wipe off the liquid... Because if the screen moves around before it is dry it may catch dirt or lint... (Speaking from experience..) Just some advice.
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Im also worried about this. I heard that there is a lot of excess liquid that could end up around the screen or one of the other openings
You can fill your phone with water all you want, it wont hurt it unless you put some current through it. So make sure you take out your battery beforehand and then let it sit for 24 hours (they say 12, when before it was 24... I still let it for 20 hehe). I'm thinking about getting the body IS, and not putting on the screen (i've heard horrible things with the Storm and IS).
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