- CrackBerry User
02-14-2013, 12:56 AM #76
- 22 Posts
I stopped by the Ghost Armor place in the mall the other day and they said the factory cut ones are 2+ weeks out, but they will custom cut one (as posted above) and then swap it to a factory fit one when they arrive. $20. They had a few phones to do and I was in a rush so I didn't get it done, but I might this weekend.
- CrackBerry Master
02-14-2013, 03:23 PM #77
- 1,168 Posts
I use an ishield screen protector because they gave me 2 free accessories for purchasing a 2 year full coverage insurance package for the z10. I have a spare protector that came with my transform flip shell case.
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- 02-16-2013, 12:19 AM #80
I'm just going to throw this out there because there isn't much info on the matter out there right now. I ended up getting the "zagg invisible shield high definition" from future shop. I had the original invisible shield on my 9900 and hated it, it really made the sensitivity worse along with it being rubbery and having orange peel like everyone usually expressed - but i had heard the newer ones were better. I just tossed it on the phone a couple hours ago, quite easy to do. I sprayed it lightly on both sides and put it down and you're able to slide it around a bit to get it aligned before using the squeege to take out the air bubbles/solution. I was happy to see that the protector is the EXACT same size as the z10s screen. At first I thought it felt rubbery but after a couple hours of drying out I'd have to say it's much better than the old ones. Not smooth like the factory glass but better than the originals. However i'm finding i like typing on it better WITH the zagg for whatever reason. It really does look crystal clear, not grainy at all. Right now there is a bit of rainbowing and micro bubbles under it that i can notice but apparently they all go away after 1-2 days. So maybe I'll get back to you on how it feels when it's fully dried/cured and it's looking mint but I can already say it's much better than their older ones. One more thing to note is that i was wondering how a protector would feel with swiping from the bottom or top since you'd have an edge but after it's on i realized you don't really swipe from the the actual phones body up, you swipe from around where it says blackberry so you're already above the edge.
Anyways i'm just kind of rambling on but wanted to give an idea on how it is. The weird thing is I called the local kiosk and asked about them and they said zagg only has the originals for the z10 and not the HD version, which I thought was weird. So I went into future shop and bought one and it says "high definition" right on it, although the packaging is different than the ones i've seen for iphones at stuff that say "HD" in big lettering as opposed to high definition. I'm sure this is the newer one though as i remember the one on my 9900 being harder to glide across the screen with my finger.
edit: about 20 hours later and any little micro bubbles or any imperfections are almost all gone. i bet by tomomrrow it'll be perfect. i've happy with it, when you tap on the screen with your nail it feels very hard/glassy rather than rubbery. it's much better than their older ones.
Last edited by ShaneN.; 02-16-2013 at 05:14 PM.
- CrackBerry User
02-21-2013, 12:22 AM #81
- 19 Posts
Z10 Screen Protector?
I got the zagg hd one for z10 from future shop. The tech applied it for 5 dollars. He said it takes 6 days to fully cure and bubbles to disappear. When he was done I saw no bubbles and you cannot even see the protector. It is GREAT!
- CrackBerry Abuser
02-21-2013, 01:22 AM #82
- 316 Posts
I noticed yesterday that future shop has the zagg hd. I am going to head there this weekend and grab one. I am currently using the screen protector I got from
Telus but it sucks lol. I cannot wait to hey the zagg, they are by far the best ones out there.
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- CrackBerry Genius
05-01-2013, 03:25 PM #85Z10 & PB32
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- CrackBerry User
05-09-2013, 07:49 PM #88
- 51 Posts
I got the Puretek protector at a Verizon retailer that was applied with a custom roller machine. Within 24 hours all bubbles and fogginess were gone, and it comes with a lifetime warranty so I can go get it replaced free whenever I want.
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