1. Tophaholic#CB's Avatar
    Good deal on skinomi skin protector for The Torch at Amazon.com.

    I had it installed a couple of days back and it looks really good. You hardly even notice it. No orange peel effect. There were 3 large bubbles but they dried out within 2 days or so.

    Installation was pretty easy. Just make sure you do not overdo the water spray. YOu dont want to get water in the earpiece grill or the buttons.

    The instructions advise to keep the device off for 12-24 hours. But I started mine up in about 5-6 hrs and did not have any issue. Maybe they recommend the 12-24 hr wait period to make sure any excess solution that might have reached the internals (not likely) dries up

    All in all a pretty good deal for an awesome screen protector. Try it out
    11-16-10 03:13 PM
  2. chaddeus's Avatar
    i am not sure whats so good about this but most screen protector desn't need any water spray. Just wipe it your device clean and stick it.

    No messy bubbles, no need 12-24hrs wait time...

    - Charles
    11-16-10 09:25 PM
  3. tedzone's Avatar
    torch+water=disaster. Period, end paragraph.

    Not a good idea my friend.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    11-16-10 10:44 PM
  4. Tophaholic#CB's Avatar
    The peel and apply screen protectors do not last very long. They start coming off in a few months. The new ones with the solution spray are known to stay on a lot longer and with rough use as well. e.g. Zagg, bestskin etc.

    You dont have to dip the blackberry in water..just need to spray a bit on the glass...not a disaster if you use a bit of your uncommon common sense.
    11-22-10 01:18 PM