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SummerBaby SummerBaby 9 years
i should look into this.. im gettin a new phone soon.. and i dont want it to look like the one i have now.. which is all scratched up :( poor phone
KittyToy KittyToy 9 years
i buy my iphone cases from hdaccessory and they give you a screen protector with each case you buy, and i have about 8 dfferent cases.....i can barley tell that the screen is covered with anything
vickysecret vickysecret 10 years
I always put screen protectors on my phones, ipod, psp, whatever. It's a inexpensive way to preserve your screen. I get mine very cheaply on ebay, usually only a couple of bucks ($5) for at least 3.
HistoryGeek913 HistoryGeek913 10 years
I use something similar, called Invisible Shield, on my ipod. Works great and perfectly clear.
nachsa70 nachsa70 10 years
whoops! I meant TEN bucks for two of them. A much better deal.
nachsa70 nachsa70 10 years
You can also try PSP screen covers. They're usually about twenty bucks for two of them. You cut them down to side then lay them over and they're great. Thick enough to protect the screen and they don't leave any marks if you want to pull it off (but you won't want to, anyway). Plus, they're crystal clear. I have one on my digital camera and it works great.
jhuck jhuck 10 years
I always try and leave the plastic on. Eventually it does come off though. Scratching up my new things is what I think of first when I go to buy something. I almost bought a 1st generation Nanos, but the testers in the apple store were scratched and worn down, and I didn't want that to happen to mine. I opted for an mp3 player with a matte finish instead. Everything is getting the easily scratchable look now though.
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