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Are Zagg invisible shields any good?

Thinking of getting one to protect my iphone but not sure if they are any good for it. Would they make touchscreens less responsive? Have you tried them?

Most Useful Answer r3tract  Feb. 12, 2011 at 13:27

Hi, I have used Zagg shields plenty of times and I thoroughly recommend them.

The touchscreen is no less responsive, but you do get a slight, (and I mean slight), rubbery feel to the touchscreen due to the material used in the Zagg-shield.

That being said, they are second to none, in terms of protecting your phone from scratches and small knocks.

Hope you enjoy yours, if you get one.

Josh

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r3tract  Feb. 12, 2011 at 13:27

Hi, I have used Zagg shields plenty of times and I thoroughly recommend them.

The touchscreen is no less responsive, but you do get a slight, (and I mean slight), rubbery feel to the touchscreen due to the material used in the Zagg-shield.

That being said, they are second to none, in terms of protecting your phone from scratches and small knocks.

Hope you enjoy yours, if you get one.

Josh

emmajk42 / MOD  Feb. 13, 2011 at 18:00

My other half has used Zagg invisible shields on 2 devices, a Creative mp3 player and a HTC Desire phone.

He was a bit impatient in applying it to his phone, and found that one of the corners never stuck very well. If you're going to use it, I suggest you take a bit of time and use patience in getting in on there in the first place.

As for the feel of it, I agree with Josh in saying that it feels slightly rubbery. There is a bit of resistance to the ease of sliding your finger across the screen, but I think that's a fair enough trade-off when you're using the invisible shield to protect an expensive device from knocks and scratches.

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