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Old 01-01-2009, 10:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys,

any of you using the zagg shield for the storm?
a friend of mine has it for the iphone and it seems like a solid product..

by the way, he loves my storm vs his iphone..
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Hi guys,

any of you using the zagg shield for the storm?
a friend of mine has it for the iphone and it seems like a solid product..

by the way, he loves my storm vs his iphone..
Yes I am, and it is a great product. I have the full body shield, 1 piece of advice is take your time installing it, and just like the directions say, give it some time after it is installed so that little bubbles, or what seem to be imperfections work out. Well worth the price and work to install.
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Hmm... seems a tad expensive compared to other film covers, but I guess youre paying for quality?

Personally, I'm looking for a good hard cover.
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This is the first time I've heard mention og an iPhone user preferring a Storm to an iPhone, I'm eager to hear more either way. I have an iPod Touch, not an iPhone, but I still think that while the Storm has started off well, it needs a few firmware upgrades before it'll become an iPhone killer. (Sorry to OP if this seems like a thread hijack.)
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They're lifetime gaurenteed to work
if you're overly eager to install and use it on your phone, the odds are you phone won't work properly...like paulmac said...take your time and ensure proper installation.
Don't use more solution than necessary, and just be patient while waiting for it to dry...

it's a good product, but personally for me the screen protection was unnecessary since the screen is already a solid build and virtually scratch proof...plus the screen w/o a protector looks and feels sooo much better IMO...

but yes good product, i personally removed the screen protection and kept the full body...

and in the future, try searching for this topic before you make a new post about it because this has been discussed 100+ times already ;)
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I've had the invisible shield by zagg on my storm for about a month now. I had it installed at a booth at my local mall, and it is a great product. It took two tries by the techs to properly install all the pieces (takes some patience and some coordination), but they warranty the installation. I personally did not have them place the shield pieces on the hard buttons... it was kind of tacky in my opinion, and after about three weeks, i took the side pieces and bottom piece and camera cover off as well. Those specific pieces made my storm too thick to fit into my desktop cradle so I peeled them off. I still have the shield on the screen, top and bottom, and back of my storm and would recommend it to anyone who wants a easy to clean and VERY SCRATCH RESISTANT protector for your storm, especially for the screen.
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