Plan on getting a Zagg Invisibleshield for your iPad?

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories for iPAD 1, 2 and 3' started by wot_fan, Mar 8, 2010.

  1. Colsgirl

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    I ordered this last night as I can't find it in-stock anywhere locally and I didn't want to join a wait-list. I got it for $20 + $7 shipping to Canada for the fully body protection. Thanks to the poster who said they would be half price on Memorial Day :)
     
  2. TARDIS Tara

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    I've installed two Zagg InvisibleShields on two iPads (screen only) and two Zagg InvisibleShields on two iPhones.

    If you can find a mall kiosk to do this for you DO EET!

    They're a pain to put on, but boy howdy, they wear like iron.

    I wouldn't have a touch screen without some sort of protection on it. All it takes is one loose toddler with a Sharpie. Or a fork.

    So much cheaper than a replacement screen.
     
  3. adamh10

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    The Invisible Shield for iPad was 100x easier to install than on iPhone. Basically two flat sheets!

    Picked one up from my local Best Buy earlier this week - they had lots and on sale for $20 full body.
     
  4. Jimbo

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    Update,

    Seems zagg are v kindly going to replace my shield, had a nice chat with a representative and it should be dispatched soon!

    Well done that man for suggesting the warranty (which I knew nothing about)

    J
     
  5. herbdb

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    Hard to put on, but love it.
     
  6. David Frisby

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    I put mine on two days ago. It wasn't to hard and it is awesome! Watch the install video on YouTube first. Use lots of extra spray. Do the back first so you can get a little practice first! Use a towel to soak up the goop quickly. Don't get your iPad too wet. I bougt mine onamazon for $25 shipped and I wouldn't use the iPad without it. Looks awesome. The hardest park ist getting all the lent in the air to stay off the screen between the time you clean it with a blowdryer till you put the protector on... Almost need a clean room
     
  7. Action

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    Not enough spray

    Make sure you have enough spray in your bottle before you begin!

    I got only 3-4 sprays worth and the bottle was empty before the first side was even wet enough. Without enough spray on the tasky side when you place it down you cannot move it around at all!!

    My bottle was practically empty when I opened my package but I didn't think anything about it being a first time user. I thought they just came with the bottom only 1/8 filled. With out enough spray on both sides of the protector you are out of luck! I'm returning my product to best buy in hopes to get another one with enough spray.
     
  8. Purpleorchid

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    How big was your bottle? I bought the front only kit and my spray bottle is ~1.5 inch in diameter x ~3 inches tall (vs the bottle of the iPhone/Touch versions which is ~0.5 inch in diameter x 4 inches tall). The iPad bottle was more than 3/4 full to begin with. I used way less than half of the liquid.

    You only got 3 or 4 squirts of the spray liquid with your kit? Odd...
     
  9. ChiefGeek

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    I have a zagg invisible shield on the front and a zagg custom skin on the back of one of my ipads. They are very protective and do not degrade touch input at all (at least that I can tell). I have had them on iPhones, macs, and I love em.
     
  10. kheldour

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    RTFM error! Please read the instructions more carefully!

    It clearly is written in the instructions, that even IF there is not enough fluid in the bottle, just fill it up with plain water. The chemical inside will be enough for applying the product.
     

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