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Discussion in 'iPhone Accessories' started by wgr73, Jun 30, 2010.
Does wrapsol have this like the invisashield?
I have the ultra, and it does, but not too much.
My ultra back have no orange peel, it look perfect. However there a slight hardly noticeable front orange peel, probably due to me screwing up the application.
I wouldn't be so worried about orange peel on Wrapsol as I would be about scratches, finger prints on the adhesive, words imprinted on the skins, and missing side pieces.
Hey FieldingMellish, I got my replacement. It is great, free from all defects. Look really glassy once u apply it right. The back look as if it wasn't there. My front however still have bubbles.
Not nearly as much as the IS.
Mine has absolutely no orange peel on my warpsol ultra.
What the hell is a "orange peel" effect?
That's great to know. I have a replacement incoming from Wrapsol, but could not wait and did Zagg from Best Buy for the time being; today being a day I have to go to the city and use the phone standing over concrete and whatnot. This morning, I discovered the finish with a couple flat bubbles, a squeegee mark (due to my overworking it.) Orange peel somewhat in the Zagg when seen in different lights. Haven't tried daylight yet.
I'll put the Wrapsol on after the Zagg one gets hosed.
It is a rippling on the screen protector - so it is not flat and shiny but pitted like a orange peel with little tiny dots.
Some screen protectors - more commonly the softer wet install brands have this - it is visible from and angle and in a reflection but not straight on.
It annoys some people.
Wrapsol has no orange peel texture whatsoever
I agree. It may be a little rubbery, but it's definitely not orange peel.