Wrapsol Question on Different Types?

Discussion in 'iPhone Accessories' started by thehopscotch, Jun 15, 2010.

  1. thehopscotch macrumors regular

    thehopscotch

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    Wrapsol is offering two types of coverings for the iPhone 4..."original scratch protection"...and "ultra drop + scratch protection." Does anyone know what the difference is?

    Is one a lot thicker?

    Anyone used one or the other on your 3G or 3GS? If so, which one, and do you recommend it?
     
  2. BBQ BOY macrumors regular

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    Look 4 post down. There are also more on this subject all over this section.
     
  3. Psant macrumors regular

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    I was doing some research on this too. The regular is thinner, but has more of a "grip" with a matte back I believe, and the ultra is thicker and glossy on the back. The ultra supposedly can take drops from 6 feet and leave no dents, marks, scratches, etc. It's kind of cool, I'm going to pre-order the ultra.

    Oh one more thing, the regular is wet application and the ultra is dry application.

    Also use the code "chatter" for 20% off.
     
  4. FieldingMellish Suspended

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    Can the front and back of both Wrapsol types work with its edges underneath an Apple bumper?
     
  5. uiop. macrumors 68020

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    Get the regular, not ultra. No stupid plastic film is going to prevent the screen from shattering. The regular has a matte finish, which is awesome- IMO.
     
  6. lorenwade macrumors 68000

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    I personally ordered Ultra. Yes, it does prevent damage from drops (did well on my 3G)... but it's not gonna stop anything from cracking the glass. ;)

    It's really a matter if you like gloss or matt back. It's your call. For the iPhone 4, I don't think it will make a huge difference.
     

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