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  1. hal1

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    Link to the sellers?
     
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    What are you talking about?

     
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    I'll take "What are Chinese manufacturers for $500", Alex.....
     
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    I just got the halo screen protectors from amazon, put it on last night...does the job. Each screen protector is packaged nicely with its own cloth which was surprising. If your concerned about glare, you may want to buy a different kind but personally I like it...before I had an anti-glare screen protector which harbored the screen quality greatly...:eek:
     
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    Glare is not a concern for me. I've just always used one of Ghost Armor/Zagg/flexible rubbery plastic with the wet install types in the past, and this is the dry mount hard plastic kind
     
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    Funny, I was the opposite. I've always used the dry mount method...I almost bought one that uses wet installation but that turned me off lol...oh and I've noticed that smudges are very visible with the halo screen protector unlike my last anti-glare protector...
     
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    Just got the Halo clear one. Seems okay, nothing appreciably different than the Verizon ones. Has a weird cut out at the top as if were made for 2 different but similar sized phone.

    Is it anything special? No. Would I buy then again? Yes. Will it do as good a job as any other dry mount types? Yes.

    I'm waiting for Best Skins Ever, as I like the plastic-y, rubber-y feel. It gives me the feeling that I'm getting more screen protection
     
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    LOL, thats what I though too..after close examination, it looks like its cut for the light sensor junk:D
     
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