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For Samsung Galaxy Tab Tablet Screen Protector Film

For Samsung Galaxy Tab Tablet Screen Protector Film

  • Crystal clear screen protector
  • Pre-cut to fit the dimensions of your screen
  • Protects against scratches, scrapes and abrasion
  • Easy installation

You won’t regret your purchase!!!

List Price: $ 0.00

Price: $ 0.01

3 Responses to “For Samsung Galaxy Tab Tablet Screen Protector Film”

  1. Globewriter "globewriter" says:
    42 of 48 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not necessary, March 21, 2011
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    Globewriter “globewriter” (Toronto, Canada) –

    This review is from: For Samsung Galaxy Tab Tablet Screen Protector Film (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    The Galaxy Tab is equipped with Gorilla Glass. It is virtually immune from scratching – keys, BB guns, name it. Unless you walk around with loose diamonds in your pocket this is probably unnecessary. The plastic back, however, is another matter. Best to just leave the original plastic on the back and cut off the peelback tab.

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  2. A. de Alwis "amali_d" says:
    22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Does the job, but hard work, January 5, 2012
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    A. de Alwis “amali_d” (London, UK) –
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    This review is from: For Samsung Galaxy Tab Tablet Screen Protector Film (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I actually wrote this review for a comparable item on the UK site, but saw quite a few comments of fitting difficulties and bubbles here, so thought it might be worth copying across in case of help to anyone.

    RE: if it is worth buying considering it is gorilla glass, well…the screen is definitely highly scratch resistant, but I personally don’t think scratch proof.

    Reason being I scratched my HTC Desire (which according to the glass’ manufacturer ‘Corning’ does have G Glass…[…]), which is why I didn’t want to take a chance with my tab.

    Saying that, I do just throw my HTC in my bag loose with no case, and was probably caused when a key was pushed into it with some force (and no other scratched in the 18 months owned)- so, up to the individual to judge by their usage.

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    The protector is a non adhesive film (so apparently no residue on removal), but still works by ‘sticking’ to your screen (similar way that cling film would for example). Fit is very close – especially on the sides, so important to fit exactly if you want to avoid the film lifting over the edges.

    No real instructions, and having not fitted one of these before it took a while to work out the best way for me. Please note this is just what worked for me – I’m sure there are other ways to do so, (e.g on Youtube has an examples for how to fit a protector onto iphone), but this worked for me!

    Step 1: Thoroughly clean your screen. By this I don’t just mean just clear the smudges, but also the smallest lint/dust, as these will stop the film sitting flat, and create non removable bubble in the film.

    Step 2: remove the ‘cover’ of the protective film to expose the ‘sticky’ side that contacts the screen. Whilst I started by trying to just affix the film to the screen, this created too many bubbles. I actually found that lightly wetting the ‘sticky’ side before applying worked much better, as allows the film to initially slide a bit more when placed on the screen, so you can position it better (I used a wet wipe although sure any damp cloth would do – just make sure it won’t leave lint/fluff behind).

    Step 3: Start to massage out the bubbles (I used my thumbs/nails, and a damp cloth – the film is pretty hard wearing, just don’t use anything sharp).
    I found this worked best starting from the centre horizontal line (imagine folding the film in half length ways, this would be the fold line). Then work up from the centre to the top of the screen, and once done, work down from the line. This was because if I needed to reposition I then only had to lift a corner rather than the whole film)

    Don’t be afraid to lift/remove the film to reposition!!
    I did this MANY times, and kept wetting the ‘sticky’ side with the damp cloth to help during the process. I also used the damp cloth to clear away any lint/dust that had got trapped, as these caused a ‘tent’ effect on the film, and a resulting bubble which you can’t get rid of until you remove the fluff/lint concerned.

    Don’t worry too much about minor water marks. These cleared on mine as it dried, and actually looked near flawless the next day.

    Last tip – Patience. Took me a couple of hours to do properly with no bubbles (I did it while watching a movie so was less painful!)

    Good luck!

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  3. anildgl "A. Dgl" says:
    16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Cheap Price, December 27, 2010
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    This review is from: For Samsung Galaxy Tab Tablet Screen Protector Film (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    Nothing extra ordinary. Just a normal piece of plastic. I just put it on like 2 days so it looks fine. But I have a feeling it won’t last very long.

    Pros:
    Cheap, clear screen, protects from scratches, microfiber included for cleaning.

    Cons:
    Installation is not fun unless you are really good at it, peels of quick.

    Overall:

    Good deal for the price. Will protect your device from scratches and scrapes but you might need keep getting new one to replace it.

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