- Platform: Nintendo 3DS
- PEGI Rating: Unknown
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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Nintendo Licensed Screen Protectors (Nintendo 3DS)
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- Includes 2 x screen protectors designed specifically for Nintendo 3DS console
- Easy application and removal with zero residue
- Official Nintendo Licensed accessory
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Protect your system. These Screen Protectors are specially designed for use the Nintendo 3DS system and its unique dual-screen design. Both protectors fit perfectly in place, helping to keep your screens safe as you experience the wonder of 3D gameplay.
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Top Customer Reviews
The protectors are a nice thickness and while there isn't an applicator card supplied, you can use the edge / corner of a credit card or something similar. Just to note a credit card is too large for the touch screen but I just tilted it a bit and it was fine
Sure, fitting screen protectors can be a bit fiddly, but you need just need to take some care.
Line up the screen protectors first, so you know how they will fit - practice the motions described below if you're unfamiliar with applying them
Prepare in a 'dust free' environment - some where like the kitchen where you won't get a load of carpet fluff stuck to it
Clean the screen with a soft cloth ensuring no dust remains
Peal off the first film (tab 1) and line up one end (I find it easiest to start on the left side but I am right handed), then using a piece of card push this along the surface of the protector (e.g. left to right) whilst gradually lowering it onto the screen with your other hand.
Use the card to push out any remaining air bubbles or using a soft cloth rub in a circular motion from the centre outwards.
Only once you are happy there are no air bubbles left and it's all stuck firmly in place then remove the second film (tab 2).
With a bit of time, preparation and patience you shouldn't have any trouble. I certainly didn't and for free I really can't complain!
Firstly the screens don't fit.
Secondly the most important screen protector,the one for the touch screen.It took me ages of attempting to peel the front protective layer off before I realised that there was no protective layer.Just to make sure,I pulled the whole thing off to try,but no there is no layer,just a sticker telling you that there is.
I've bought screen protectors for years for various devices most have been good,this is the worst.
I would have been annoyed if this screen protector was free but as it cost me money I'm furious.
Don't be fooled by the Official Nintendo Stamp these are rubbish and items like these spoil the good names of Nintendo and also Amazon.
When these are on, they are great, easy to work out any air bubbles which is why it has three stars. However, I did find that it was important to be quick and not take the first layer off then leave it for air to get to it...i am talking seconds!! Because if this happens, dust gets on it and each speck of dust creats an air pocket which is impossible to get out. Not noticable once the screen is on, but i am a perfectionist and hated it! Only a niggle though, and I also found cheaper ones out there that did the job too! so all in all its good...but not that good :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are far too small for the 3DS & the 3 DS xl. They are for the DS or DS litePublished 12 months ago by Yvonne Christie