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Old 03-16-2010, 10:29 PM   #1
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Hi,

I just a got a new bold and am looking for a good screen protector. I'm not too price sensitive so basically am looking for the highest quality possible.
I have had recommendations to purchase ZAGG or BSE ones, thoughts?
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Old 03-16-2010, 10:51 PM   #2
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Old 03-16-2010, 11:21 PM   #3
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I've used ZAGG for years and love it.
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do you live near mississauga?
this store is giving them away for free if you just show them your phone.
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I love my zagg protectors
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Old 03-17-2010, 02:38 AM   #6
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Old 03-22-2010, 12:29 PM   #7
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Zagg is the best. Stays down over the bevel edges. Tough as diamond.
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I've always liked Screen Patronus. Not fond of Invisible Shield, though it's a good option if you want to cover the entire device. The Screen Patronus ones are a bit more rigid than many others, so they go on easily, and can actually be removed, washed, and reapplied (though I've never bothered doing that...)
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Otterbox ftw
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Old 04-02-2010, 09:26 PM   #10
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Capdase
capdase is suck. I'm using anti spy capdase screenguard.

I used it on my Bold 9700, and the text seems blurred compared to without using the screenguard, noticable line might appeared on the capdase, I'm very dissapointed because it make my bold 9700 screen looks not smooth.

I have a Javelin too which used an antispy screen guard as well, I forgot what the brand is (not capdase for sure), it looks waaay much better then the capdase because it definitely looks thinner the capdase, and it doesn't make the screen blurred, and it also more "anti spy" then the capdase, people next to you definitely can't see you what you're typing. The called here supper anti spy, I'm looking one like it but it seem it sold out everywhere here, I'll be waiting them to arrived so I can change this capdase screen
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I've always liked Screen Patronus. Not fond of Invisible Shield, though it's a good option if you want to cover the entire device. The Screen Patronus ones are a bit more rigid than many others, so they go on easily, and can actually be removed, washed, and reapplied (though I've never bothered doing that...)
Gotta say I'm really disappointed with the Screen Patronus for the 9700. It covers the area of the screen in front of the backlight, but does not go from chrome rail to chrome rail, and so leaves borders on both sides of the screen unprotected. Looks like I'll be shopping for another one. Thinking either of Seidio or BSE...
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