SGP: Ultra Crystal vs. Ultra Oleopobic

gamecube117

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I heard these were the best iPhone screen protectors.

This is my first iPhone and want to know which one to get... Can someone tell me the difference between the two?

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Also I noticed on the site it doesn't mention if it comes with the back sticker (the 4S did)?
 

dw3bb10

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Nov 1, 2008
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Ultapedic is supposed to help with fingeprints. The Crystal is CLEAR. You cant even tell its on the phone.
 

GeeSixx

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Sep 27, 2011
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The best screen protectors are definitely Power Support screen protectors, but those are not available yet.

I haven't had the best experience with SGP protectors but many members here love them.
 

aquadisiac

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Ive never used a screen protector but the Ultra Oleopobic seems like it would work for me since i wear makeup.

If you scroll down, it would explain the features...
 

jkim3691

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Oct 8, 2011
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Ultapedic is supposed to help with fingeprints. The Crystal is CLEAR. You cant even tell its on the phone.
Looking at the chart for the product under pictures, I see that the anti-glare rating is the same for both. I'm guessing the Oleophobic one has achieved resisting fingerprints without ruining the integrity of the screen clarity?
 

Baumer582

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Feb 20, 2008
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I heard these were the best iPhone screen protectors.

This is my first iPhone and want to know which one to get... Can someone tell me the difference between the two?

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Also I noticed on the site it doesn't mention if it comes with the back sticker (the 4S did)?
I'm using the Ultra Oleophobic and I love it. Can't even tell its there. Fingerprints can be wiped away and it leaves no bubbles when you install it. I highly recommend it.
 

Jamesesesesess

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Nov 26, 2011
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I'm getting the GLAS.t. It's twice as much but is made of actual glass so it doesn't feel like a screen protector.
 

gamecube117

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I just realized I have a Power Support "HD anti-glare film set" for my iPod Touch.

I really like it, it has a matte finish. I never had anything touch screen except for iPod Touch with an applied screen protector (PS). Generally, do iPhones easily have finger prints? I've been using the anti-glare PS since I had it and never had to wipe it once.

The only problem is that I will be taking tons of pictures with my new iPhone 5. I never take photos with my iPod Touch because, well, the 4G has a terrible camera. With the iPhone 5, I know I'll be taking tons of pics... but I'm afraid it will ruin my experience.
 

TM WAZZA

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SGP is very good

I have the Ultra Oleophobic. From what I can tell the coating only lasts for 1 week. Then it essentially just becomes an Ultra clear. The feel of it is like glass not like the feel of some tacky screen protector.

You could try the Glas.t but if you don't get it right the first time, you just blew your money.
 

fdsadfsadd3

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Sep 13, 2012
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SGP is very good

I have the Ultra Oleophobic. From what I can tell the coating only lasts for 1 week. Then it essentially just becomes an Ultra clear. The feel of it is like glass not like the feel of some tacky screen protector.

You could try the Glas.t but if you don't get it right the first time, you just blew your money.
Wait whats wrong with the Glas.T?
I ordered one on amazon T_T
what if i screw up?