SGP Steinheil Anti-Fingerprint screen protector for the iPod touch 4

Discussion in 'iPod touch Accessories' started by SoraLimit, Oct 19, 2010.

  1. SoraLimit macrumors regular

    Jul 10, 2010
    (English is not my first language, so please don't mind the grammatical errors. xD)

    Alright, so my order for the iPod touch protectors came in today. Came in a typical grey package. It comes with two screen protectors, a microfiber cloth, and a squeegee. I'm actually surprised that it didn't come with dust stickers, but I don't think it matters that much.

    The installation was actually pretty easy. I've heard cases where dust became an issue when installing. However, in my case the screen protector went on fine. First try too, with all the bubbles removed which was pretty impressive.

    Anyways, onto the screen protector itself. What I liked about this screen protector is that it does exactly as advertised. There are no fingerprints on the screen at all, which is what I needed considering that for some odd reason, the iPod touch is more of a fingerprint magnet than its predecessors.

    What bothers people the most is that the clarity generally is reduced with these types of screen protectors. In my opinion, the screen still looks amazing. The grainy aspect for the screen protector is still there, but for some reason, compared to the AF screen protectors before it, I feel like this one was made for the retina display.

    The cutouts were perfectly done, so no complaints here. The matte screen feels great to glide across and feels more cleaner now that the fingerprints are gone.

    Overall, it's a great protector. It's a great buy if you don't like those fingerprints, and I think I'm gonna stick with this one for a long time. 9.5/10
  2. dojoman macrumors 65816

    Apr 8, 2010
    I just got this screen protector, it's terrible. It does repel fingerprints but retina display is gone. It looks blurry like iPod 3G.

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