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Discussion in 'iPod touch Accessories' started by dudeofswim, Jan 1, 2009.
How is invis...shield
It pro...tects well from scratches, probably doesn't add very much ex...tra protection against dropping it.
meh, don't bother. get the anti-glare from power support and the contour flick case. you will be side.
+1 for Invisible Shield. Can't recommend it highly enough.
I've got one and couldn't recommend it enough. I have done a review/installation video (see sig) for more.
Hope that helps.
invisible shield isnt that great anyway..
have it. it'll only collect dust at the corners of the shield.
+ if its not pasted properly by a professional, it will look like crap on your ipod touch and decreasing its aesthetic level
so i would rather you get a normal screen protector + black silicon case = look nice too
I don't use cases or screen protectors. Amazingly, my friends do and their iPod touches look like it's been dragged through hell and then some. The back is .... not shiny anymore. It's more like a brushed metal look. And the black ring around the screen? It looks like someone started being a spray noob with a FPS game. Little bullet holes everywhere. Mine just has some scratches. Screens perfect.
For now silicon case from ebay will have to do until I find a deal on an armor case so invis.. (typing from ip..t..
f...unny my ip..t doesn't ty...pe like th..at
theyre a waste of money to buy retail unless theyre dirt cheap.
i have a few that i got from clearance as sometimes they dont always go on properly the first try.
but id recommend the powersupport film suggested above