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Skeptical about buying one of those full body kits...

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Poseidon126, Aug 6, 2010.

  1. Poseidon126

    Poseidon126 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Hey guys, I'm thinking about buying one of those full body case things, such as Ghost Armor for example...

    Just one thing I'm nervous about... that liquid solution that comes with it needed to place the protector onto the phone...

    Chance of messing up? difficult?

    Anyone find a nice body protector worth every dime for the DX?

    Money is not an issue, I'm just reading up on all these different body protectors, not sure which one to grab.

    Need suggestions please =)

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  2. IsaacRN

    IsaacRN Newbie

    I recommend the Invisible Shield by ZAGG. Back when they first started out they recommended a bowl of water with one or two drops of dish liquid. I do find that practice makes perfect. the biggest battle is the one with lint and floaters on the water. I dont find it too difficult and have the shield placed on almost all my electronics.
  3. patt1293

    patt1293 Lurker

    I have a screen protector from zagg and I like it
  4. lilcal70

    lilcal70 Member

    i would recommend zagg full body. i went to best buy and had them install it for 10 bucks and its been worth every penny. it really is great that's my suggestion :)
  5. IsaacRN

    IsaacRN Newbie

    Is this a common thing for them to do the installs? Ive never heard of that before. Is there any type of warranty as far as them not getting lint or bubbles under the skin?

    I may have to check that out.
  6. esn

    esn Android Enthusiast

    I used the Verizon screen protectors for the first time and I love em. I have never done a full body not worth to me because if you have to exchange the device it's lost. I use the shell and holster from verizon it's the best case I ever owned its light and protects the device very well.
  7. quickaudi

    quickaudi Android Expert

    just get a screen protector and a Body Glove
  8. Old Man

    Old Man Android Enthusiast

    I used a full body Zagg kit on my last phone and personally would not do it again. When installing the kit some of the smaller pieces fit poorly and the look after installing it was a series bright shiny areas with smaller areas of the phone's matte finish between them. Some of the pieces on rounded corners and near controls started to get caught at the edges and peel up pretty quickly, so I ended up pulling off everything other than the screen protector and getting a Body Glove case. That worked great for protecting the phone, but did make it much bulkier, something that may be more of an issue with the X.
  9. Deathshead

    Deathshead Well-Known Member

    the phantom skinz carbon fiber skin looks really awesome, but $30.00!! for some Vinyl? PFFFFFFFFFFFFFTTTT! you can keep it.
  10. Deathshead

    Deathshead Well-Known Member

    The best part is the phantomskins carbon fiber looks more like vintage Ampeg bass amp tolex..
  11. phobic

    phobic Android Enthusiast

    I have one of these on my phone and it looks fantastic. There's plenty of coupon codes floating around online for you to save some money and not pay full price.
  12. Deathshead

    Deathshead Well-Known Member

    ya I will be definitely be getting one when I get the cash, The argyle case looks alright but its to bulky for my taste and button access sucks. I always keep my phones in Golla pouches that I use as my wallet so this should be more then enough protection.
  13. mp33er

    mp33er Newbie

    I like it!!!

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