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  1. B-Hizzy's Avatar
    Hey, not sure if anyone has been hesitant on purchasing a screen protector from zagg or bestskinsever based upon that fact that you've gotta use water (I know I have). Also, I've heard from some people that some of these types of screen protectors tend to leave a sticky residue (however, for some, they have not).

    Just thought I'd let you know that Boxwave just released a bb curve 8900 screen protector. I've used these in the past for various devices and have had nothing but good results. These screen protectors are pretty tough. Only drawback is the cost. Kind of spendy (around 12-13 bucks.... sheesh!). But in my mind, well worth it! and to top it all off, there's no water or any type of solution to apply to it.

    Curve 8900 Screen Protectors & Covers / Curve 8900 Protection / BlackBerry Curve 8900 Screen Protectors & Covers / BlackBerry Curve 8900 Protection
    Last edited by B-Hizzy; 02-04-09 at 01:27 AM.
    02-04-09 01:25 AM
  2. Mode's Avatar
    I have a BoxWave on my Bold and I'm quite happy with it. If you're looking for a more cost-effective alternative try Clarivue – you get 2 screen protectors for $10.99. It's essentially the same as BoxWave.
    02-04-09 02:28 AM
  3. rootbeersoup's Avatar
    Awesome. I want to protect the screen only on my new 8900 and I don't want to go through the installation process of the invisible shield stuff, so this will be perfect
    02-04-09 02:32 AM
  4. BloodyRussian's Avatar
    what about bubbles?
    02-04-09 10:34 AM
  5. B-Hizzy's Avatar
    what about bubbles?
    Boxwave includes a tool to push the bubbles from the screen just like zagg, etc. etc.
    02-04-09 11:35 AM
  6. BloodyRussian's Avatar
    so u dont even see it and no bubbles right..
    i had this pos protector for my windows mda phone and it had so many bubbles..
    maybe it was my install and my fault but it sucked
    02-04-09 12:16 PM
  7. BloodyRussian's Avatar
    im just wondering how do all of these compare to the best buy or circuit city or any other store that carrys them..
    02-04-09 12:25 PM
  8. B-Hizzy's Avatar
    I've used several boxwave screen protectors before. They're not too flimsy and thin like a lot of other screen protectors out there. They don't curl up etc. etc. They're thick enough to retain their original shape.

    on that note, they're not thick enough to alter the shape and/or size of the phone. It's got an adhesive side that leaves NO residue on the phone in case you wanted to remove it later. On top of that, if for some reason you needed a replacement phone, the screen protector is re-usable, so you can easily transfer it to a new phone!.

    On mine, I made sure to not leave ANY bubbles, so it really looked like it wasn't there.
    02-04-09 12:54 PM
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