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Discussion in 'iPad 2 Forum' started by jmccamb, Dec 15, 2011.
Anyone every use it? I am curious to see what other people's experiences are with it.
I use for the back of my iPhone 4, they great and resistent. On the screen i donÂ´t like bcause makes difficult to slide your finger and holds down my stylus.
I've used them for years on various devices (the GPS I hike with for example). With the newer gorilla-glass (and such) used on phones, I don't bother with them (never got a scratch on my EVO despite keeping in my pocket with keys, for example).
But if you're prone to scratching your screens, it's probably worth the investment. Plus, they have a lifetime warranty, so if the protector gets banged up, they'll just send you a new one, free of charge. I've used that for several of them since I tend to drop my GPS on rocks and stuff and the shield gets nicked up after a while.
zagg invisible shield - Google Search
See if there is some info here you can use. ^
My wife just bought me a 4gs, and she put the zagg shield on both the front and back. After a week, she finally told me. Seriously, I never knew it was there. I'm getting one for my iPad. They are expensive, though.
I've got my entire iPad wrapped in it. I love it. Especially with kids' messy hands, I don't have to worry about the screen at all. When it gets goobered up, I just take a wet paper towel and scrub it off, then it's good as new.
I will not cover or wrap an $800 plus device in plastic. It reminders me of my grand parents covering their furniture in plastic.
I have a zagg on my phone because I drop it into my purse with whatever scary items also might be in there. I tried one on my Ipad but hated the way it felt so I took it off. I love the way my finger sliiiidddeees across the glass! LOL. Plus I do use a smart cover for my Ipad and that protects it when I'm not using it.
Lol. I know people who have their furniture in plastic now and they're not grandparents. Go figure!
Sent from my iPad using iPF
Ditto for the iPad. Great to protect the back from scratches, but hate the feel on the screen.