iPad Which iPad protector is good ?

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    Recently I have a problem. My nephew put a scratch on my iPad. So I want to put a protective cover on it. I really have no idea how much it will cost me and which product is good (by the way I search google to find out a good one and there are thousands of product :eek: ). So help me out. Thanks in advance.
     
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    This is why I always use a screen protector

    This guy wants to put a protector over the scratch


    If I didn't have a screen protector & I got a scratch on the screen , that would drive me crazy
    I would focus on the scratch every time I looked at the screen
    And I don't think apple would replace an ipad over a scratch on the screen after a month ?


    So I always get a screen protector , the same week I get the device
    Plus sometimes I resell the ipad if I like the newer one next year
    Is as good as new out the box





    Oh and to answer your question , since your new at this it's probably better if you have somebody else do it for you, go with ghost armor find a kiosk around your location
    Check there site

    Go for the full body



    Edit : are we talking about screen protectors or cases ?
     
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    I've got a cheaper one with a full case, even though its cheap it does the job and it helps ease my mind on things
     
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    I say shop at amazon and sort it out with the ones with the best reviews. You prob end up spending less than $20 or so.
     
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    I am talking about for both. Because I don't want to put any more scratch on its screen or its back either. :(
     
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    One that you should NOT buy is the Belkin Snap Shield - put one on the back of my iPad 2 and the corners had spiderweb cracking within 2 days. The fit was so tight that I believe this was simply due to the installation.

    The Caudabe looks exactly the same as my Speck Smart Shell. I picked up the Speck in a smoky charcoal color - can still see the Apple logo through it, nice touch. Works perfectly with a Smart Cover.

    Just wanted to provide another good option for people interested.
     

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