Power support usa?
Hi so...I am needing a new screen protector...i tried body guardz and don't like it
I heard about Powersupportusa and it sounds really popular and the reviews sound great
Which one would you suggest the powersupportusa crystal film or the powersupportusa anti glare?
I mean I would love a beautiful retina display scene and i wouldn't want anything affecting that but i would love to not have glare and not have fingerprints....
If anyone can tell me about how the anti glare affects the display that would be great and also any comments on which i should choose
EDIT: What about the Moshi ivisor ag?
Last edited by ElwinAdam; 11-27-2011 at 12:30 AM.
- 11-27-2011, 12:11 AM #2
I have a Power Support anti-glare screen protector on my iPod-Touch and while it doesn't have retina display, it doesn't affect the screen display at all. I love the matte finish and zero fingerprints. I don't like the saran-wrap feel of some other screen protectors! My husband has a Power Support screen protector on his 4S and he loves it. My 4S has a Moshi Visor screen protector and it's about the same except for a slight "bump" where the black (or white) section covers the screen.
- 11-27-2011, 12:51 AM #4
I think they both work well but the Power Support's texture is a tiny bit more matte. Also, the Power Support screens are only $14.95 for TWO screens while the Moshi Visor is $24.95 for just the one. (although I'm sure you can find it for less online somewhere.)
However, supposedly the Moshi screen is not only reusable but also washable (haven't tried washing it yet, I just use a tiny bit of rubbing alcohol to clean the surface.).
I got a deal on the power bundle (Speck original candyshell case + dual car charger + Moshi visor) at AT&T which was $59 for all three so the charger was basically free.
You can't go wrong with either screen protector.
- 11-27-2011, 01:47 AM #6
Are there any good ones without the matte look? The glare doesn't bother me as much as the matte does.
The matte look makes your screen have no reflection. If you rub it you can hear it? If that makes sense lol.
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- 11-27-2011, 03:00 AM #7
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- 11-27-2011, 08:25 PM #11
I've never used Moshi. I am a diehard Power Support user. I can't stand my phone unless their protector is on it. My fingers glide better and it's not "sticky" like when it's bare.
I'm actually ticked I used my second protector in my package on the 4s I returned. It'd be nice to change mine out after a year and a half on the 4. I guess at some point I'll have to buy another pack.
- 11-28-2011, 12:15 AM #13
- 11-28-2011, 03:12 PM #15
Im 16 so i work for the money to pay for it its like half a days pay and that to me is a lot...also i felt like i wasted my money on bodyguards thats why I'm so anal about it
I wish someone could explain to me with great detail about them then i would make my choice
the biggest question is are they worth it?
- 11-28-2011, 03:45 PM #17
I've used several different screen protectors, both wet and dry applications...basically all of the clear dry application protectors have seemed almost identical to me...so again, clear is clear. As far as the anti glare, I like the ifrogz the best. I got those from best buy and they distorted the screen less than any other anti glare I've tried.
Comes down to what you want: clear screen with fingerprints and glare, or slightly fuzzy screen with no fingerprints or glare.
- 11-28-2011, 03:58 PM #18
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- 11-28-2011, 04:26 PM #24
i went on here for that reason..to find out which is the best in the opinion of the people.