- Boxed-product Weight: 41 g (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00902SJY8
- Item model number: KHSP1X
- Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (380 customer reviews)
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- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 6 Sept. 2012
MaBlue Kindle Fire HD Anti-Scratch Screen Protector 3-Pack (2nd Generation - 2012 release)
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- Designed to fit and protect Kindle Fire HD (2nd Generation - 2012 release)
- Special four-layer film protects against scratches, fingerprints and smudges
- Ultra-precise fit - covers right to the edges of the display
- Included: 3 screen protectors, microfibre cleaning cloth and applicator card
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Anti-Scratch Screen Protector 3-Pack for Kindle Fire HD
The Marware Ultra-Clear Screen Protector kit helps guard your new Kindle Fire HD against sharp, rough surfaces that may damage your display. Cut precisely to shield the entire display perfectly, it protects your device against the dangers of daily use, including scratches, fingerprints, dirt, dust and smudges. As an added bonus, you get a microfibre cleaning cloth, an applicator card for removing bubbles and two extra sheets of Kindle Fire HD screen protectors - just in case you need it.
Clear, transparent screen protectors may increase reflectiveness on your display when used in brightly lit settings. This occcurs with all clear screen protectors. The Marware Ultra-Clear Kindle Fire HD Screen Protector kit is designed for the user who wants a fully transparent experience with anti-scratch protection.
- The screen protector is sandwiched between two pieces of clear plastic to keep it clean - referenced by Tab 1 (covering adhesive side) and Tab 2 (covering the top side).
- You may remove the plastic that protects the adhesive side (Tab 1) either all at once or while you're lowering the screen protector onto the device - but be aware that the sooner you remove it the more likely you are to have dust or particles on the adhesive, which may show through once you install the protector.
- Be sure to align the screen protector exactly with the Kindle Fire HD display, starting from one end of the device and slowly lowering and applying it to the screen, little by little.
- Avoid placing it down on the device all at once - this increases the likelihood that it won't align or that you'll get air or dust bubbles.
- The slower you go, the better your alignment will be - time, concentration and a steady hand are your friends in this process.
- Avoid touching anything but the sides or top of the protector during installation - touching the underside (where the adhesive is) may leave dirt, oils or smudges that won't be possible to remove later.
- If you encounter air bubbles after you've aligned the protector, work them out slowly towards the outside of the film with the applicator (included) - it may take several attempts to complete.
- Any dust or dirt particles trapped under the film may be difficult or impossible to remove once installed
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Top Customer Reviews
I dont know how anyone could justify the price for these. OK so they're the official "made for kindle fire hd" screen
protectors, but so what? There are countless other screen protectors also made for kindle fire hd which offer similar
protection but at a fraction of the price. They will work just as well and dont cost as much as a blu-ray film
I'm guessing the company who manufacturers these struck a deal with Amazon allowing them to slap the "official" badge on
them, but they seem to be offloading that cost onto the consumer. These are horribly overpriced, please avoid and buy one
of the cheaper alternatives, use the money you just saved to buy a nice film.
However having fitted the first one it barely stayed on and appeared to have little adhesive power and quite flimsy when attached to the Hindle HD screen etc and the labels attached were not that easy to remove whole and left remanants on the protector requiring delicate removal. Also using the applicator card in an attempt to remove bubbles, it slightly scratched the screen protector even when used lightly [the cloth was better] and their were far too many small bubbles which would not disappear and this is despite being familair with using these products regularly.
The actual base holding the screen protector would have been a better product to attach as it was more robust although its thickness for touch-screen would need to be slightly thinner.
One would have thought with Amazons reputation such screen protectors would have been included with the product especially when spending £199 + £!7.99 on a powerfast charger + the £17.99 on these anti-scratch protectors which I feel was wasted money.
I was very disappointed with the quality and thickness of these protectors although I accept others will be satisfied, but my experience is they need to be thicker.
Having followed the instructions for application meticulously, the protector still had loads of bubbles under it and the small, paper stickers that had been applied to the protector could not be removed without leaving part of the sticker behind.
As long as you use the screen of the Kindle HD Fire sensibly i.e. you just use a stylus and/or fingers to scroll and make selections, it is not necessary to protect the screen. It is made from gorilla glass which is very hard-wearing and durable.
My only real concern is that when it's fitted the screen becomes much darker and needs a good back light source. Maybe I should have waited a little longer to purchase it until all the niggly problems have been addressed.....specially the extortionate price for just a piece of clearish plastic covering, they are having a laugh.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Protectors were as described and reasonably easy to fit. So far they are doing the job and I think will continue to do so.Published 11 days ago by alan chappell