which screen protector for SUN?Accessories


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  1. jchaffee1

    jchaffee1 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Read tons of reviews already...couldn't find mention SPECIFICALLY FOR HOW THEY LOOK IN THE SUN.

    i don't care about losing some screen clarity...would love to hear from people who have used BOTH the boxwave and steinheil anti-glares.

    Thanks in advance for any responses, sorry to beat a dead horse.
     

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    radtechy Well-Known Member

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    MUST HAVE ANTI GLARE TO EVEN HAVE A SHOT

    i have the screenguardz. in the sun walking still dont help. but in the car and lights from the ceiling indoors it works great.

    i think b/c of that screen the way it is there is gonna be no shot for the outdoors.if you find one that works lemme know ill buy it no matter how much it costs
     
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    nfotiu Well-Known Member

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    I've used Boxwave antiglare for 3 weeks now, and have no issues in the sun. Don't know that I could satisfactorily watch a movie on the beach, but have no issues at all seeing golf logix on the golf course, sportypal, music player/phone/text while running at lunch time on sunny days.

    No real blurring of the screen, but white screens kind of sparkle, much like my sxrd tv.
     
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    jchaffee1 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    boxwave you mean?....that's what i ended up buying
     
  5. nfotiu

    nfotiu Well-Known Member

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    Yep, sorry. It is a little tricky to get on without getting bubbles. I am on the second one on my phone, and have put one on my wife's and am getting pretty good at it now. You can use the cloth and cardboard applicator thing to get them out usually. Try to apply very slowly, and get it on straight the first time for fewest issues. Start with matching the hole to the optical sensor, and aligning the bottom with the bottom of the phone.
     

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