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Old 04-18-2006, 10:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i am using them but is there a trick to get them to stay 'stuck on' for more than a couple days. It seems as if the edges pell off from the screen faster than I can replace them.
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Old 04-20-2006, 11:49 AM   #2 (permalink)
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IMHO, the screenguardz suck. I've had a LOT better luck with something like what Javo Edge sells. It actually uses a weak adhiesive on one side, and you REALLY gotta be somewhere dust free when applied, but they last a long time and make a serious improvement for glare.

The first ones we got for our 7100t's were actually a little too wide. You had to get that sucker on their perfectly or you'd see a lot of bubbles on the side. The last batch we got seemed to fit better, but don't be afraid to cut them down if nessisary. They can be lifted off and reseated, but I always ended up getting crap underneath and usually ended up having to start over with a new one. BUT... once you get one on good, all the effort pays off.
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thanks i'll give them a try.
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If your looking for a screen shield that sticks like glue, can be removed without a trace, and is tough as nails, checkout shieldzone.com. Thier customer service is also amazing... Check out the videos they have on site of people trying to wreck these things... Keys, pens... it's amazing
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i would bet money that asanz is from shieldzone.com
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IMHO, the screenguardz suck. I've had a LOT better luck with something like what Javo Edge sells. It actually uses a weak adhiesive on one side, and you REALLY gotta be somewhere dust free when applied, but they last a long time and make a serious improvement for glare.

The first ones we got for our 7100t's were actually a little too wide. You had to get that sucker on their perfectly or you'd see a lot of bubbles on the side. The last batch we got seemed to fit better, but don't be afraid to cut them down if nessisary. They can be lifted off and reseated, but I always ended up getting crap underneath and usually ended up having to start over with a new one. BUT... once you get one on good, all the effort pays off.

Word. Javo Edge is the best...
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