I would also be interested in an answer to this question!
Also, any suitable Jell-skin type covers (like what you often get for mobile phones, a jell cover which covers around the back and edges, leaving the screen free, and with suitable cutouts for ports and switches around the edges.
Thanks for that Footsore, yes, I have left the cellophane on and it seems to be working fine for me... I will see how long it lasts before laying out £7 !!! Now if only I had a back up for the back of it, lol !!!
I bought a Galaxy Tab 7" gel skin cover from one of those Chinese Hypermarkets in Spain (the type that sells everything you see on Ebay that comes from China). It fits very well but some of the cutouts are in the wrong place - but with a little customization its works a treat.
Please try to post under a relevant topic, as I see you've now done as well. Otherwise either your post isn't seen at all, or people reply to it and divert the thread, making it less useful to people who want to know about its actual topic. It would be a good idea to remove this post from here as well , which only the poster can do.
Sorry Wendy lou but £4.59 P&P on an item costing £5.40 and weighing very little is a bit over the top especially when I have already paid for amazon prime. Will look for an alternative on the high street.
That put me off, too. That's the same delivery charge as for an actual tab. I know Amazon has some quite strange rules about dispatch charges for marketplace sellers, but I wonder whether there isn't a mistake here?
The type of Amazon account we have carries a minimum shipping charge set by Amazon, of £4.59 and we can't adjust it unfortunately. The screen protectors should be £9.99 with free postage as 99% of them are sold at the same time as a tablet so no postage charge is required.
So, we reduced the price from £9.99 to £5.40 + £4.59 so that you still get the 5 pack at the price they should be.