|Jan 3, 2012, 12:38 PM||#1|
Booq Boa Folio Longterm Use
I've just got one of these and it's perfect for my needs. I have one concern though, I bought the nylon black/red version which is a very hard feeling material, which is great for protecting my iPad. My worry is that this material on the inside of the flap feels quite hard and a little coarse, and could possible scratch the iPad screen. Has anyone here been using this case longterm? Have you experienced any scratching of your screen?
I know the iPad glass is pretty hard, but I think the coating on top can scratch, as I do have a small quite shallow scratch on the black border (from before the case).
Any help much appreciated =]
|Jan 4, 2012, 12:57 PM||#2|
I've popped a screen protector on for now, I guess I can guage over time by the condition of the screen protector, the only problem is it's an anti-glare matte version, which probably won't show those tiny scratches that only show on high gloss surfaces.
I'm suprised at how few people seem to be using this case, I personally love it!
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