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  1. #1
    AMO
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    Does anyone make use of the various screen protectors for mobile phones that
    are available?

    I am looking for one for the Motorola V3X.

    As I understand it, most of them involve some kind of plastic glue layer
    that sits on top of the screen that can be peeled away and re-used.

    Does anyone have any experience of any of these screen protectors? Are they
    any good?

    Thanx.

    AMO





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  2. #2
    Tony Sutton
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    Re: Screen Protectors

    "AMO" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Does anyone make use of the various screen protectors for mobile phones
    > that are available?
    >
    > I am looking for one for the Motorola V3X.
    >


    http://www.mobilefun.co.uk/product/5396.htm

    Out of stock at the moment, but can pre-order.

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  3. #3
    KevinX
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    Re: Screen Protectors

    Amo,

    I personally, can recommend

    http://shop.brando.com.hk/ultraclearscreenprotector.php

    They are based on Hong Kong, and delivery is about 7 days (max) to UK.

    I use their screen protectors on my Palm PC, and cellphones (6230 and 6230i
    Nokia).

    They protect the screen(s) from scratches, and do not impair the screen
    display.

    Happy shopping






    "AMO" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Does anyone make use of the various screen protectors for mobile phones

    that
    > are available?
    >
    > I am looking for one for the Motorola V3X.
    >
    > As I understand it, most of them involve some kind of plastic glue layer
    > that sits on top of the screen that can be peeled away and re-used.
    >
    > Does anyone have any experience of any of these screen protectors? Are

    they
    > any good?
    >
    > Thanx.
    >
    > AMO
    >
    >






  4. #4
    KevinX
    Guest

    Re: Screen Protectors

    NB/

    No cutting required.
    The screen protectors are THE correct size.


    "KevinX" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Amo,
    >
    > I personally, can recommend
    >
    > http://shop.brando.com.hk/ultraclearscreenprotector.php
    >
    > They are based on Hong Kong, and delivery is about 7 days (max) to UK.
    >
    > I use their screen protectors on my Palm PC, and cellphones (6230 and

    6230i
    > Nokia).
    >
    > They protect the screen(s) from scratches, and do not impair the screen
    > display.
    >
    > Happy shopping
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > "AMO" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Does anyone make use of the various screen protectors for mobile phones

    > that
    > > are available?
    > >
    > > I am looking for one for the Motorola V3X.
    > >
    > > As I understand it, most of them involve some kind of plastic glue layer
    > > that sits on top of the screen that can be peeled away and re-used.
    > >
    > > Does anyone have any experience of any of these screen protectors? Are

    > they
    > > any good?
    > >
    > > Thanx.
    > >
    > > AMO
    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  5. #5
    AMO
    Guest

    Re: Screen Protectors

    "Tony Sutton" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "AMO" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Does anyone make use of the various screen protectors for mobile phones
    >> that are available?
    >>
    >> I am looking for one for the Motorola V3X.
    >>

    >
    > http://www.mobilefun.co.uk/product/5396.htm
    >
    > Out of stock at the moment, but can pre-order.
    > - Tony Sutton


    Thanx. But are they any good?

    For example, there is this one:
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/EXiM-99-Clear-...QQcmdZViewItem

    The one at Mobile Fun I guess is similar to this one:
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/5-x-DuraSec-Cl...QQcmdZViewItem

    Which ones are good and worth it? The re-usable ones or the disposable
    ones? Which ones are good to put on the outer front panel?

    AMO





  6. #6
    JC
    Guest

    Re: Screen Protectors

    On Sat, 7 Jan 2006 21:27:03 -0000, "KevinX"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Amo,
    >
    >I personally, can recommend
    >
    >http://shop.brando.com.hk/ultraclearscreenprotector.php
    >
    >They are based on Hong Kong, and delivery is about 7 days (max) to UK.
    >
    >I use their screen protectors on my Palm PC, and cellphones (6230 and 6230i
    >Nokia).
    >
    >They protect the screen(s) from scratches, and do not impair the screen
    >display.
    >
    >Happy shopping


    However, none shown for the V3x!


    --

    Regards

    John [Essex, UK]
    Remove the obvious spamtrap to reply



  7. #7
    Graham
    Guest

    Re: Screen Protectors

    AMO wrote:
    > Does anyone make use of the various screen protectors for mobile phones that
    > are available?
    >
    > I am looking for one for the Motorola V3X.
    >
    > As I understand it, most of them involve some kind of plastic glue layer
    > that sits on top of the screen that can be peeled away and re-used.
    >
    > Does anyone have any experience of any of these screen protectors? Are they
    > any good?


    They will prevent many of the ordinary day to day scratching of the
    surface, in that respect, yes they are good. However, forget any notion
    of reusing them. Once they are on, there they stay. Whilst I dare say
    you could remove them, they will never be as good as well as the first
    application.

    As ever, YMMV.



  8. #8
    Lin Chung
    Guest

    Re: Screen Protectors

    KevinX wrote:> No cutting required.
    > KevinX wrote:
    > > AMO wrote:
    > > > Does anyone make use of the various screen protectors for
    > > > mobile phones.... I am looking for one for the Motorola V3X....
    > > > Does anyone have any experience of any of these screen
    > > > protectors? Are they any good?

    > > http://shop.brando.com.hk/ultraclearscreenprotector.php
    > > I use their screen protectors on my Palm PC, and cellphones
    > > They protect the screen(s) from scratches, and do not impair
    > > the screen display.

    > The screen protectors are THE correct size.




    For cameras and watches too. In fact, a screen protector is almost an
    essential accessory for a camera, second only to a spare memory card. It is
    a very expensive repair, relative to the price of the camera, just for
    replacing the scratched screen. There are cameras, e.g. from Sony, with
    unscratchable screens though, possibly made of polycarbonate, the
    unbreakable eye 'glasses'.

    --
    Lin Chung
    [Replace "the Water Margin" with "ntlworld" for e-mail].








  9. #9
    KevinX
    Guest

    Re: Screen Protectors

    Maybe worth e-mailing them John.

    V3 is shown, and I'm not too familiar with the V3 or V3x, and their
    dimensions.

    The Nokia 6230i was not shown either (whereas the 6230 was). A quick e-mail
    to Brando sorted it, and was mailed directly (the screens of the 6230 and
    6230i ARE slightly different.

    They also have screen protectors for Sat Nav's!


    "JC" <johncalias-newsgroupsATyahooD0TcoD0Tuk> wrote in message
    news[email protected]
    > On Sat, 7 Jan 2006 21:27:03 -0000, "KevinX"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >Amo,
    > >
    > >I personally, can recommend
    > >
    > >http://shop.brando.com.hk/ultraclearscreenprotector.php
    > >
    > >They are based on Hong Kong, and delivery is about 7 days (max) to UK.
    > >
    > >I use their screen protectors on my Palm PC, and cellphones (6230 and

    6230i
    > >Nokia).
    > >
    > >They protect the screen(s) from scratches, and do not impair the screen
    > >display.
    > >
    > >Happy shopping

    >
    > However, none shown for the V3x!
    >
    >
    > --
    >
    > Regards
    >
    > John [Essex, UK]
    > Remove the obvious spamtrap to reply






  10. #10
    Steven Campbell
    Guest

    Re: Screen Protectors

    "Graham" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > AMO wrote:
    >> Does anyone make use of the various screen protectors for mobile phones
    >> that are available?
    >>
    >> I am looking for one for the Motorola V3X.
    >>
    >> As I understand it, most of them involve some kind of plastic glue layer
    >> that sits on top of the screen that can be peeled away and re-used.
    >>
    >> Does anyone have any experience of any of these screen protectors? Are
    >> they any good?

    >
    > They will prevent many of the ordinary day to day scratching of the
    > surface, in that respect, yes they are good. However, forget any notion
    > of reusing them. Once they are on, there they stay. Whilst I dare say
    > you could remove them, they will never be as good as well as the first
    > application.


    I have one for my axin x50v.
    I take it off once every couple of months and give it a wash and put it back
    on.
    It still retains its stickness and sticks like new every time.

    To the OP I got it off eBay from seller oman666
    It is a Martin Fields Overlay and is superb.
    I have nothing to do with the seller other than I bought from him and would
    recommend.

    Steven.







  11. #11
    strange_too
    Guest

    Re: Screen Protectors

    I use Martin Field Overlays and they are great. No glue etc needed, clean
    and apply. If you find it gets dirty, peel off, wash and refit!
    http://www.overlayplus.co.uk/dis_pro...eln=RAZR%20V3x
    I've got one on my 6680 and the screen is like new and these overlays are
    optically correct.

    HTH

    strange_too





  12. #12
    AMO
    Guest

    Re: Screen Protectors

    "strange_too" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I use Martin Field Overlays and they are great. No glue etc needed, clean
    >and apply. If you find it gets dirty, peel off, wash and refit!
    >http://www.overlayplus.co.uk/dis_pro...eln=RAZR%20V3x
    >I've got one on my 6680 and the screen is like new and these overlays are
    >optically correct.
    >
    > HTH
    >
    > strange_too


    The problem with a lot of the protectors is that they only show a diagram to
    protect the main screen. However, with flip phones its the front panel that
    needs protecting.

    AMO





  13. #13
    AMO
    Guest

    Re: Screen Protectors

    "KevinX" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > NB/
    >
    > No cutting required.
    > The screen protectors are THE correct size.


    Thanx Kevin and to all else who replied. So from this company, they cut the
    protectors to the exact size of the phone?

    AMO





  14. #14
    strange_too
    Guest

    Re: Screen Protectors


    > The problem with a lot of the protectors is that they only show a diagram
    > to
    > protect the main screen. However, with flip phones its the front panel
    > that needs protecting.
    >
    > AMO
    >


    Email their sales team at "[email protected]" and ask them. Worth asking before you
    buy. I've just ordered the iPod Nano kit and that's everything front and
    back.

    H





  15. #15
    Steven Campbell
    Guest

    Re: Screen Protectors

    "AMO" <[email protected]mFreeWorld.com> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "KevinX" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> NB/
    >>
    >> No cutting required.
    >> The screen protectors are THE correct size.

    >
    > Thanx Kevin and to all else who replied. So from this company, they cut
    > the protectors to the exact size of the phone?


    They should be custom cut when you buy them.
    I'd stay clear of companies that don't have them to size.
    One more thing, you only get what you pay for!!! I paid 1.99 for a screen
    protector and it was basically a bit of overhead projector film that had
    been cut with wings left on to slide down the sides of my PDA. So beware.

    Steven.






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