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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by CoachEVO, Dec 25, 2013.

  1. CoachEVO

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    I am not the sort to endorse anything, even if I won it, if it was not good. I am not a professional screen protector "putter onner" and have had problems in the past with doing that sort of thing what with air bubbles, etc. I have to say though that the Tech Armor that I was given via being a winner in the joke contest is not only high quality, but more than easy to put on. No bubbles or anything, installed in 5 minutes. Just thought I would out this out there in case anyone was considering a screen protector. Nicely done, Tech Armor! Merry Christmas to all, and Happy New Year!
     

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    My $0.02 - I got mine yesterday - and plan to put it on soon.

    I do like the fact that it is (very) slightly smaller than the screen, because otherwise, my Spiegen case would cause it to fold up along the edges (looking at my current screen protector - ugh)

    I am planning to install it in a day or so, but must admit that I'm worried about not getting it right the first time. Unlike the wet-application, where the screen protector can be moved a little, this must be done right the first time. I hope I have the same experience as CoachEVO though :)
     
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    I put mine on yesterday. Generally I have a terrible time putting screen protectors on, going through two or three before I get it correct. This one was really easy, I am now a fan of dry installations.
    I am using the HD one and I couldn't be happier with the look and feel. Like the OP I don't want to sound like a salesman, but I'll be getting Tech Armor screen protectors from now on.
     
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    Did you install per directions (Align the top, and then slowly move down - or down to up)? Or did you install using the "other" option of aligning one side, and using some tape to hold it in place - as shown here?

    I've always done a wet install, and can do that without a problem. This is the first dry install - hence the question :)
     
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    I'll put mine on one the screen protector I currently have now gets old.
     
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    I started at the bottom, aligned, and went up. The best/easiest part was getting rid of the bubbles.
     
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    Off topic, but I took my phone out of the Spigen hybrid case yesterday to change the screen protector - WOW! I had almost forgotten how sleek/thin the N5 is!!! I haven't put the phone back in the case yet... lol! Just want to enjoy the phone the way it was meant to be - at least for a few days.
     
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