Has anyone tried the invisibleSHIELD on the freerunner?

Adrian Brunton ajbrun86 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 21:40:27 CEST 2008

I assume the general consensus is that the screen only protector is more
desirable than then full body one? Is the full body one necessary? I'm
worried about it being to rubbery to easily slide into a pocket or
something. I'm also worried that the rubbery texture will make the screen
too hard to use, but I guess something will be needed to protect the screen.

Please let me know you thoughts - especially if you got the full body

2008/7/23 Brian C <brianwc at ocf.berkeley.edu>:

> Søren Kristiansen wrote:
> > Hello
> >
> > As the subject says, has anyone tried the invisibleSHIELD on the
> > freerunner?
> I received the full-body invisibleSHIELD recently.  I don't have a lot
> of patience for tasks like this, but I found the back cover useful and
> the screen protector good.  The front cover piece is so flimsy that I
> could never get it in the right position and when I came close, to me it
> just made the FreeRunner look horrible, so I took it off.  I never even
> bothered with the side pieces.  I'm going to have to try to re-apply the
> screen piece a few more times because I couldn't get all the air bubbles
> out the first time, so those spots will eventually drive me crazy, but I
> don't think the glare issue is too bad.  I would prefer a little of that
> to a scratched-up screen, anyway.
> Brian
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