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- ASIN: B003ZDQOTU
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 12 Aug. 2010
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
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BLACKBERRY CURVE 3G 9300 / 8520 SCREEN PROTECTOR PACK OF 6
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Top Customer Reviews
Always one to think I'm big & clever, I'd ordered this product (speedy standard delivery - always appreciated) thinking I'd get this right first time. Hmmm. No. But on my third attempt the cover did lay down nicely & we have been very happy together for several weeks now.
You wonder how something so thin can protect your screen (particularly me - I'm the clumsiest person I know where a phone is involved). Somehow they do.
The other feature I found really good is they are pre-cut to the shape of the BB Curve shape. They lay on your phone's screen really neatly fitting snugly around the trackball.
Overall, fab little product wouldn't hesitate to recommend!
I have found put a new one on each month because anything more and your be pushed to see the screen clearly. it also bubbles around the edges so..Yes it is a screen protector and yes it protects the screen so if you don't mind changing it each month (maybe why they give you 6 in a pack) go for it, otherwise spend more or a little more decent product.
the screen protectors come with a fairly cheap cloth which you wont need after wiping the screen, and a 'squeegee' (a small card to help you apply the protector)
the best way of doing it is don't peel off all the first layer of protective film in one go. do it gradually as it sticks to the phone as it will ensure that dust doesn't get trapped between the phone and the protector!
Each protector is actually in three layers. You peel the back one off, stick what remains to the phone, get rid of air bubbles and then peel the top layer off. I have had similar protectors for an MP3 player but they didn't have a top layer so I wasn't expecting one. I just peeled off the paper label and was left with a sticky patch. I was terribly disappointed and trying to think about how to get the glue off and then realised I should have pulled off the top layer with the paper tab.
My own fault for not reading the instructions properly, but no harm done. I don't know how long it will last, but the one on my mp3 player has lasted a couple of years so far so I am expecting at least that long.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice screen protectors, do the job they're supposed to do and fit it nicelyPublished 13 months ago by maxine
I tried so hard to put these on and they worked like my iPhone screen protector by sticking well. However, it just wouldn't give way to the air bubbles where the blackberry button... Read morePublished on 11 April 2013 by Robcanrock1